Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution Honors Alumnus Jed Melnick ’99
In recognition of distinguished alumnus Jed Melnick’s service to the law school and his generous gift in support of the Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution, Dean Matthew Diller has announced that the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution’s annual symposium will now be titled the Jed D. Melnick Symposium of the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution. Melnick was a founder of the journal and was its first Editor-in-Chief. Read More...

Sports Law Symposium Draws Big Names
The Second Annual Cardozo Sports Law Symposium featured high-profile guests from the NBA, MLB, NHL, NFL, and MLS. Sports journalists, agents, and professors also joined the panels, which focused on some of the biggest current issues surrounding sports and law. Read More...

Cardozo Law Journals Rank Among Top in Country
Cardozo School of Law journals are once again ranked among the top in the country by the Washington & Lee University School of Law Journal Rankings. The project, considered the pre-eminent source for law journal rankings, obtains its results based on the number of times journals have been cited—measuring their impact on legal scholarship. The Cardozo Law Review was ranked 26th in the U.S. in the category of “All Subjects” and “General.” The Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal was ranked 2nd nationwide in the category of “Arts, Entertainment and Sports,” and 7th in “Intellectual Property.&rdquo The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution is #8 in the nation in the broad field of “Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution.” The Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law is ranked #5 in “Comparative Law.” Read More...

Prof. Alex Reinert Serves as Co-Counsel in Settlement Paving the Way for Historic Reforms in Solitary Confinement
In a sweeping agreement in which Cardozo professor Alex Reinert served as co-counsel, the New York Civil Liberties Union and the New York State Department of Community Corrections announced an end to solitary confinement as used in New York State’s prisons for youth, pregnant inmates and developmentally disabled and intellectually challenged prisoners. Read More...