Spring Launch Event Recap: Using The Courts To Fight Climate Change

Spring Launch Event Recap: Using The Courts To Fight Climate Change

To celebrate the launch of its latest issue, the Columbia Undergraduate Law Review hosted a panel on the role of law in effectively combatting climate…

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Teaching in Prisons: A Q&A with Anne Freeland

Teaching in Prisons: A Q&A with Anne Freeland

Anne Freeland is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society. Previously she…

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Why Anti-LGBTQ Laws are Unconstitutional: Romer and North Carolina's "Bathroom Bill"

Why Anti-LGBTQ Laws are Unconstitutional: Romer and North Carolina’s “Bathroom Bill”

The road to the decriminalization of same sex behavior and marriage rights for same sex couples has been a long one. And yet, despite big…

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