Speaker - David Rudinstine

 David  Rudinstine  Thumbnail


Dean Rudenstine is the author of the widely acclaimed The Day the Press Stopped: A History of the Pentagon Papers Case and is completing Trophies for the Empire: The Tale of the Parthenon Marbles, a history of the famous dispute between Greece and Britain. In 2000-01, he was an inaugural fellow in Princeton University's Program in Law and Public Affairs. Prior to joining the Cardozo faculty, he was a project director, associate director, and acting executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union; counsel to the National News Council; a staff attorney in the New York City Legal Services Program; and director of the Citizen's Inquiry on Parole and Criminal Justice, Inc., a not-for-profit research corporation. He is the primary author of Prison Without Walls: Report on New York Parole and author of Rights Ex-Offenders. He was a fellow in the New York University Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Program and spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Uganda.

1 Program

Factors of Ethical Presidential Leadership

01.30.08 | 01:59:04 min | 0 comments