One of the goals of the Alumni Association is to keep our graduates connected to Cardozo and to enable our alumni to connect with each other. To assist in that effort, please make sure we have your updated contact information. If you have recently moved or changed address or email, please send this information to the Alumni Affairs office at

Of course, one of the best ways to stay connected to Cardozo is to attend your Reunion. This year, classes ending in 4s and 9s will be gathering on May 8th at the Harmonie Club to celebrate their relationship to each other, their accomplishments and all that Cardozo has meant in their lives. If you have not yet registered, you can do so online.

I can’t believe it, but my class will be having its 35th Reunion. As a member of the “pioneer” class at Cardozo, it fills me with tremendous pride to reach this auspicious occasion and see how Cardozo has grown to become one of the best law schools in the country.

Cardozo alumni have spread far and wide, across the United States and on many continents. Our alumni have succeeded in all areas of the law, business, sports, politics, public service, technology and the arts. Cardozo is among the top 50 schools supplying lawyers to the top 250 firms according to the National Law Journal. Cardozo faculty are recognized as being among the top 50 in scholarship in the country. Student law journals are ranked among the top in the nation by Washington and Lee University Law School Journal Rankings (see the latest journal rankings in the “Cardozo News” section below).

This issue of the Cardozo Quarterly Newsletter focuses on bankruptcy law and features articles by Kenneth L. Baum ’92, George Klidonas ’07 and Vincent J.Roldan ’98—all Bankruptcy specialists. This edition also features a profile of Greg Propper ’07, who is using his legal knowledge in a unique way. The Quarterly is a work in progress. We would love to hear your ideas for future themes and stories. Please contact Sharon Lewis at


Chair, Alumni Association