Choosing a law school will be one of the most important decisions you reach in the coming years. The quality of the education you receive, the connections you make, the energy you draw from the school’s milieu—these will set the tone for your professional future. An informed decision, therefore, is critical.
Visiting Cardozo offers several advantages. Not only can you see for yourself the dynamic building that make us a law school on the move, you can also see why our location—in the heart of Greenwich Village, in the midst of New York City—is an ideal place to obtain a legal education.
If you can’t make it to New York City, you can meet with one of our representatives “on the road.” We take part in various Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Forums and recruitment events at major colleges and universities. Check our schedule to find out when we'll be visiting a city near you.
We look forward to meeting you soon either on the road or on campus.
Prospective students are encouraged to visit Cardozo during the academic year, Monday through Friday. During a visit, you can observe a first-year class, tour our facility at 55 Fifth Avenue, and meet with an admissions counselor. You can see our calendar of scheduled tours and class observations for the current month by clicking here. To sign up for a tour, class observation, and/or a meeting with an admissions counselor, please call 212.790.0274 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open House Events
We are hosting a December Open House on Thursday, December 17, from 5:00-7:15 pm. The Open House will include a sample law school class, admissions information session, and a reception with Cardozo faculty, students, and administrators. Optional tours of the law school building will be offered at 4:00 pm and 6:30 pm. To RSVP, please click here.
We look forward to seeing you!
On the Road
Each fall, in an effort to meet with prospective applicants around the country, representatives from Cardozo Law visit numerous Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Forums and recruitment fairs on college campuses.