Jon Henes, Cardozo School of Law, “Don’t Look Back, Today is the Day” - September 10, 2014



Sep 22, 2014

Jonathan Henes '96 visited Cardozo Law in September 2014 to speak to students as part of the Dean's Speaker Series lunchtime event. Henes, who is a partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, spoke about his road to success, saying that "you never want to stop growing, you always want to continue to grow."

 


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Jun 26, 2014
NBC News - Ultimately, the goal of the project’s advocates is to provide counsel for all migrants facing deportation in New York State, which would cost $7.4 million, said Peter Markowitz, who runs the immigration legal clinic at Cardozo School of Law, which has helped lead advocacy for the pilot program.
Jun 25, 2014
New York Times - The program “marks a sea change in the quality and quantity of justice that will be afforded to New York City’s immigrants,” said Peter L. Markowitz, a Cardozo School of Law professor who has helped lead the initiative.
Jun 25, 2014
New York Times - For too many years our nation’s discourse around immigration has been distorted by anti-immigrant activists who have advanced bold but regressive state immigration policies. State laws in Arizona and elsewhere have powerfully, but inaccurately, framed the immigration issue through the lenses of criminality and terrorism.
Jun 23, 2014
Human Rights in Ecuador Supports Appeal Against Decree on Asylum June 17, 2014 Ecuavisa - The organization Human Rights Watch ( HRW ) today presented a paper before the Constitutional Court of Ecuador by supporting the use of two organizations of the court in order to get a decree regulating the granting of asylum in the country is invalidated, the bank said in U.S.
Jun 23, 2014
HolaCiudad! - HRW filed with the Constitutional Court of Ecuador a 'memorial amicus curiae "along with Clinic Genocide and Human Rights of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, which asserts that the decree violates" international legal obligations Ecuador to protect refugees and asylum seekers.

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