Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law is an accredited provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. Cardozo CLE programs are offered by various programs and centers within the Law School, including the law journals, the faculty, the Jacob Burns Ethics Center, the Floersheimer Center, the Heyman Center for Corporate Governance, the Office of Alumni Affairs and others.

The CLE Office is charged with monitoring all compliance issues including but not limited to CLE program designation, credit certification, the maintenance of CLE records, annual reporting, and maintenance of accredited status.  It also assists faculty with their CLE compliance and offers advice to alumni regarding CLE requirements.  In addition, the CLE Office awards credit to attorneys who serve as adjunct faculty, judges for moot court and other law school competitions, or as speakers for Cardozo CLE programs.

If you are a Cardozo clinic, journal, student or alumni group and would like for a program that you are organizing to be eligible for credit, please be sure to complete our CLE Event Application and submit it to the Continuing Legal Education Coordinator. Please review the NYS Regulations and Guidelines.

For information about individual CLEs or to RSVP, email CardozoAlumniEvents@yu.edu or call 212.790.0293. For more information about making an event at Cardozo eligible for CLE credit, contact Peter Walsh at 212.790.0315 or pwalsh@yu.edu.


Upcoming CLE Classes for Spring 2017

 

CLE: Bullying and the Law: Everything You Need to Know or Want to Ask

with

JONATHAN COOPER ’96
Founder
The Law Offices of Jonathan M. Cooper

ILANN MAAZEL
Partner
Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady LLP

Moderated by
ERICA TUNICK
Teacher
Harlem Village Academies

Program Chair
ROY S. FENICHEL ’04
VP, Business Development
MiT National Land Services
Director of Programming
National Law Institute

Monday, February 27, 2017
6 p.m.: Check-In
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.: CLE program

Learn the nuts and bolts of bringing anti-bullying law cases, on state and federal jurisdictional levels, as well as the practice and legal overlap and distinctions between the two practice areas and jurisdictions.

This presentation will include providing an interactive, questions-encouraged, hands-on review of current practice, including a recent landmark case settled by one of the panelists.

Earn 2 transitional/non-transitional New York State CLE credits in Areas of Professional Practice.

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
55 Fifth Avenue
Room 1008

Register

$45 for Cardozo alumni until February 12; thereafter and at the door $55

$55 for all others until February 12; thereafter and at the door $65

Register online or call 212.790.0378.

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The Cardozo Fashion Law Practice Area Group

cordially invites you to a

Social Media and Cosmetic Industry Panel:
Negotiating Influencer Agreements and Navigating the World of User-Generated Content in the Cosmetics Industry

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.

Ladas & Parry LLP
1040 Avenue of the Americas (btwn. 39th and 40th Streets)
NYC

with

WILLIAM JELINEK
Vice President and Legal Counsel
The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.

HANNAH E. TAYLOR
CounselFrankfurt Kurnit

REBECCA MORGAN
Communications Director
Naturopathica

Seating is limited.

Register

Online

 


Cardozo FAME Center Presents: Legal Aspects of the Jewelry Industry

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017, 6:00-8:30 p.m., 3rd Floor Lounge at Cardozo Law School

Join the FAME Center and the Jewelers Vigilance Committee (“JVC”) for a discussion on the legal aspects of the jewelry industry.

With a sole focus on legal compliance and ethical guidance, the JVC, a 100-year old non-profit trade association, has a record of keeping industry players out of court and in tune with the law. Cecilia Gardner, the JVC’s General Counsel, President and CEO, along with Sara Yood, Senior Counsel, and various jewelry industry attorneys will discuss the common issues that face jewelry retailers, wholesalers and other industry players.

The discussion will cover topics such as the Kimberley Process, which has nearly eliminated conflict diamonds from U.S. commerce, and the FTC Guides, which require certain disclosures related to the sale of jewelry and precious metals.

Attorneys may receive 1.5 transitional/non-transitional CLE credits for attendance, in the “Areas of Professional Practice” category. 

Please RSVP to Miya Owens at miya@jvclegal.org by March 3, 2017. 


March 20: Ethics CLE, details to be forthcoming.


Benjamin N. Cardozo Financial Hardship Policy for Continuing Legal Education Programs
Full and partial tuition scholarships are available for all CLE programs sponsored or cosponsored by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Requests for scholarships are considered on a case-by-case basis, and availability is subject to space limitation.