Apr 12, 2015

The New Yorker - Maybe it was Walter Scott’s fault. Maybe he did something to make Officer Michael Slager, of the North Charleston Police Department, in South Carolina, shoot him in the back.


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Aug 26, 2014

MSNBC - Should the United States pay ransoms to terrorist groups in exchange for U.S. hostages? Daniel Benjamin, a former State Department official, and attorney Deborah Pearlstein debate.

Aug 22, 2014

Huffington Post Live - Before James Foley's execution, the Islamic State demanded a $312 million ransom which the U.S. refused. Should America change its policy against negotiating with terrorists? And why did the U.S. make a deal for Bowe Bergdahl but not Foley?

Aug 7, 2014

My New York: Taylor Gamble '14

In the My New York video series, students and alumni speak about their professional and personal connections to New York City. Taylor Gamble '14 talks about being part of the Criminal Defense Clinic at Cardozo Law. "You're involved in every aspect of their case, investigating, speaking to all the witnesses, and you're appearing on their case in court to act almost like a practicing lawyer while still in law school," she says.

 

 

Jul 23, 2014

Michael Wildes on Immigration Border Crisis and Comparison to the Holocaust

Cardozo Law Adjunct Professor and Wildes & Weinberg, P.C. Managing Partner Michael Wildes discusses the use of the term Holocaust in regard to the crisis at the border on Cavuto on the Fox Business channel.

Jul 11, 2014

TED Talk - We face an endless string of choices, which leads us to feel anxiety, guilt and pangs of inadequacy that we are perhaps making the wrong ones.

Jul 10, 2014

Michael Wildes on CNN on Immigration and "Crisis on the Border"

Former Federal Prosecutor and Immigration Law Professor Michael Wildes talks to CNN about U.S. immigration policy and the crisis on the border.

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