This e-seminar is an exploration of the influence technology has exerted in the practice of law. The revolutionary nature of digital and communications technologies—especially regarding the practice of law—will undoubtedly change the profession.
This site, dedicated to human and constitutional rights, recently added a page examining the legal issues raised by the war with Iraq, which includes UN documents, acticles, commentary, and other resources.
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While antiterrorism legislation has received much support, threats to civil liberties remain a concern. Floyd Abrams, noted First Amendment attorney and William J. Brennan Jr., visiting professor of First Amendment issues, moderated the third in a series of First Amendment Breakfasts hosted by the Graduate School of Journalism on December 6, 2001. Panelists included Dianne Doctor, news director of WNBC-TV; James Neal, vice president for information services and university librarian; and John Podesta, former White House chief of staff for the Clinton administration.
To kick off the celebration of Columbia University's 250th anniversary, the University hosted a distinguished group of international government leaders, philosophers, and political scientists for this two-day symposium, which considered the pressing question of how to strike the right balance between liberty and security in a post-9/11 world.
Find abstracts for current and archived issues of the Columbia Law Review, one of the oldest and most prestigious law reviews in the nation.