Format: 2014-10
Aug 21, 2013
In the upcoming issue of Cardozo Life, we profile four Cardozo alumni who participated in the school's Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic-and then went on to work in the immigration legal field. Here are samplings of their interviews.
Jul 31, 2013
“Such mechanism necessarily looks beyond health concerns, in that it manipulates choices to try to change consumer norms,” Justice Dianne T. Renwick wrote. The board, the decision stated, “violated the state principle of separation of powers.”
Jun 13, 2013
June 12, 2013 The Immigration Justice Clinic at Cardozo School of Law and Immigration Equality and Pride Law Fund have announced that recent Cardozo graduate Michelle Gonzalez is the winner of the first Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic Community Fellowship. Gonzalez will join Immigration Equality, the country’s premiere legal aid and advocacy organization working on behalf of LGBT immigrants and their families, for an 18 month fellowship.
Jun 5, 2013
David Kochman's practice at Reed Smith focuses on complex commercial litigation and appellate matters. His representations range from individually owned businesses to Fortune 50 corporations, spanning an array of industries including financial services, investment transactions and structured products, entertainment, digital media and e-commerce, retail, apparel, corporate trusts, real estate and restaurant.
Jun 5, 2013
David Feuerstein: Partner, Herrick, Feinstein David Feuerstein is a partner in Herrick, Feinstein's 80-member litigation department, representing public and private companies in state and federal court and in arbitration and mediation. He handles class action defense as well as employment, real estate and commercial litigation. His clients range from real estate developers, hedge funds, Fortune 500 companies and individuals in matters ranging from contract disputes to government investigations.
May 3, 2013
Now, Kochman, a 33-year-old commercial litigation associate at Reed Smith, has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court in what may be his best—and only—chance to hold off the execution of Kuenzel, a 51-year-old man with an eighth-grade education who Kochman says has become his close friend.

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