The New York Times - When the history of President Obama’s legacy on immigration is written, he will not go down as the president who boldly acted to protect millions of families from the brutality of our nation’s unforgiving immigration laws.
Reversing a conviction for gun possession based solely on police testimony, the ruling expanded the right of a defendant to cross-examine police witnesses about prior, though not necessarily criminal, misconduct. Elsa Mitsoglou '14, briefed and argued the appeal at both the Appellate Division and the Court of Appeals.
Dean Melanie Leslie has announced that Jennifer Kim will serve as director of externships, overseeing the law school’s field clinics and externship programs. Kim brings to the job her experience as a lawyer, clinical legal educator and Cardozo career counselor.
New York Law Journal - Instead of condemning or celebrating the Liang verdict, we would be better served by learning how to have the challenging conversation about racial inequality in policing and the criminal justice system that the Liang case demands.
Cardozo Law students Anthony Faranda ’16, Dara Gell ’16 and Sophia Gurulé ’17 traveled to Boston on Friday, February 19, where Gurulé argued a summary judgment motion at the U.S. District Court on behalf of the Immigration Justice Clinic's client. The three represent the client under the supervision of clinical teaching fellow Andrea Sáenz.