By Matthew Diller | May 24, 2022
This is full text of Fordham University School of Law Dean Matthew Diller's remarks to the first class in three years to graduate with an in-person commencement ceremony. He explains how, since the beginning of the pandemic, he has transformed from the dean of "No" to the dean of "Yes!"
9 minute read
By Toby Kleinman | May 20, 2022
Advocates for protective parents need to be prepared to actually litigate when it comes to child protection and to be knowledgeable as to how to deal with attacks on good parents.
24 minute read
By Daniel Pollack and Julia Sands | May 19, 2022
From a legal perspective, how much is too much, such that it becomes abusive or might even be construed as forced labor?
9 minute read
By Sol Wachtler | May 19, 2022
All of the issues raised in 'Dobbs' embraced by Justice Alito's leaked "draft" opinion have been argued and rejected by the Supreme Court in a multitude of cases over the last 50 years.
7 minute read
By Karen Freedman and Karen Simmons | May 18, 2022
Two children's advocates say the issues raised by the proposed legislation are complex and its impact must be carefully considered before the legislature takes action.
2 minute read
By Adam John Wolff and Lee Rosenberg | May 18, 2022
Two attorneys argue that the proposed legislation is flawed in a multitude of ways. It will not accomplish what it seeks to do, but will delay justice and may actually do great injustice just on an "allegation".
5 minute read
By Matthew V. Grieco | May 18, 2022
In this concluding part of a two-part commentary, the author continues to provide historical context on bail, writing: "From our brief survey, we see that society has struggled with the issue of bail, which poses complex questions and elusive answers."
7 minute read
By Matthew V. Grieco | May 17, 2022
As the debate over where we should be headed continues, it is often helpful to understand where we came from and how we got here, and concomitantly, what has already been tried or not been tried. The goal of this article is not to recommend the path that should be taken, but rather to provide orienting context to assist for the journey ahead.
12 minute read
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