RPJ Staff and Interns Attend Columbia Law School’s International and Comparative Law Program… and take home the top prize!

Last week, Columbia Law School graciously hosted RPJ Summer Interns, Clara Kolker and Joshua Blankstein, and RPJ Paralegal, Ariana Zhao, at the Law School’s International and Comparative Law Program. The Program’s two-day “Introduction to Negotiation” course, attended by the RPJ team at the invitation of Dean Adam Kolker, was taught...

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Hadestown’s Journey Way Down to Court: Race-Based Casting’s Intersection with Employment Discrimination Laws

By Ethan Krasnoo Ensemblist Kimberly Moore has taken Hadestown from Broadway to lower Manhattan, having filed last month a lawsuit in federal court against the Broadway producers of the Tony Award-winning show. In the lawsuit, Moore alleges race discrimination and retaliation under federal and New York law. According to the...

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Some Blurred Lines: The 2022-2023 Supreme Court Term

By Alice K. Jump The popular conception of the current Supreme Court is that it has a conservative 6-3 super majority that will follow Republican doctrine when it comes to striking down affirmative action, eroding LGBTQ rights, and invalidating student loan forgiveness. The politically charged decisions of the past term...

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