U.S. District Court Judge Edward Korman ’66, a member of the Law School’s Board of Trustees, was profiled in the New York Times for a 28-year career defined by several high-profile cases. They include the Swiss Bank Holocaust reparations case, the 2003 crash of the Staten Island Ferry, and most recently, the ruling ordering the Obama administration to surrender and make the morning-after pill available to all ages without a prescription. In the article, Judge Korman reflects on some of the personal experiences that have shaped his worldview, as well his approach to decision-making. “I’ve often written opinions that say ‘this is wrong and doesn’t make sense,’” he said.
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