• Scholarship with Impact
    Professor Myriam Gilles testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of the proposed Arbitration Fairness Act.
  • Bringing Law To Life: New Guidelines for Solitary Confinement

    Commitment to Social Justice
    Professor Alex Reinert won a settlement to end solitary confinement of juveniles and others in NY State prisons. As a teacher he says, "I strive to reach every one of my students."
  • Real World Engagement
    The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Professor Daniel Ravicher's challenge to gene patents. The case invalidates patents on two genes held by Myriad Genetics that are associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
  • Why Cardozo Law?

    Why Cardozo Law?
    Cardozo offers a world class faculty with ties to the New York City legal world, in one of Manhattan's great neighborhoods.

At the heart of any great law school is its faculty. At Cardozo Law our world-class faculty members will know your name. The school offers its faculty and students an environment that nurtures growth, creativity, serious scholarship and real-world engagement.

The charged and robust intellectual atmosphere at the school promotes initiatives that help shape the legal landscape. The scholarship and ambition of our faculty, representing every major field of law, is evident throughout the school and motivates students in the classroom. Professors are quoted in the news frequently, and many have active blogs, contribute articles and op-ed pieces to major media outlets, and are actively sought for academic conferences nationally and internationally.

Faculty work with students on a wide range of academic events and conferences that bring to the school leaders in law, media, entertainment, finance and government to share their expertise and opinions with students.

In addition to the school’s great faculty, Cardozo’s robust intellectual life offers students opportunities to immerse themselves in the study of law.

Pre-eminent lawyers and legal practitioners are frequent guests, meeting with students and sharing their experiences. Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Antonin Scalia, John Paul Stevens, Stephen G. Breyer and Sandra Day O’Connor have been featured at Cardozo events in the past three years. Six law journals provide unique opportunities. Students who participate in Moot Court Honor Society compete in national and regional competitions, writing advocacy briefs and preparing for oral argument. And dozens of student organizations allow students to enhance their learning experiences