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As some of our commentators on our earlier post noted, many are relieved that Dean Burton will no longer be teaching. However, many of the concerns that students raised about Dean Burton's teaching are applicable to her new role as Dean. Embedded after the jump are copies of the complaints...
Cuts to CUNY: $50 millionCuts to pork barrel projects: $50 million(NY Times Article)Mobilize for CUNY! (www.cunysocialforum.com)
Folks over at the CUNY Social Forum (www.cunysocialforum.com) are looking for groups from both the CUNY campuses and the surrounding community who share in a common vision of a more accessible, accountable, and democratic CUNY, as well as a more democratic, equitable, and better New York City.The...
CUNY Grad heads new Queens Family Justice CenterAlexandra Patino wants to make sure her clients feel safe and comfortable as soon as they walk through the door. One of her employees is trained to do just that. Safety and comfort are especially important to Patino's clientele, who, as victims of...
Ambivalent as many people may be about CUNY, I can say that it won't get any better with $60 million less in state funding. Here's the following from the Professional Staff Congress:Dear Colleagues: I am writing with an urgent request for you to call your New York State Assemblymember this morning....
Check out this searchable database of names and salaries of more than 263,000 employees of New York's state government (including CUNY professors), as provided by the state comptroller's office for payroll periods ending May 8, 2008. (it also has databases on state contracts and other expenses)As...
Hello Dear Readers,We are in the process of updating the (ugly) design of the blog. Please bear with us during the transition.Thanks,Cuny Law Blog
CUNY LAW WEEK IN REVIEW: July 28 - August 3, 2008-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------CUNY Law Professor Ruthann Robson joins the Family Law Prof Blog. Family Law Prof BlogProfessor Robson's Faculty...
Welcome to Word on the Street, our new feature that posts random tips and tidbits about the law school community.Our first installment is about new professor Richard Storrow (law school bio here), who will be teaching Property and first year seminar.Word on the street is that he is the highest paid...
From our friend Concerned About CUNY Law:On Aug. 5th, the National Law Journal reported that Law professors are apparently threatening to boycott the upcoming January 2009 AALS convention in San Diego, California because the event is being held at a hotel whose owner is heavily financing...