Due to weather conditions, all classes at Cardozo Law at 4 p.m. and later on March 5, 2015 are canceled.
The library is open until 9 p.m. The BMI Moot Court Competition is still taking place.
The Langfan Family Constitutional Oratorical Competition has recognized student excellence in public speaking and rhetoric since its establishment in 2001. Langfan is not a traditional moot court competition where judges interrupt competitors during their argument. Instead, it is an oratorical competition in which competitors deliver a short uninterrupted speech analyzing a controversial constitutional issue.
The 2014 Langfan topic was:
"Should states allow a mother who conceives a child, without the father's consent or knowledge, to recover child support?"
Last year, the school awarded $750 to the 1st Place winner, $500 to the 2nd Place winner and $250 to the 3rd Place winner.
Final Round of the 2014 Langfan Oratorical Competition:
The Winners of the 2014 Competition were:
|Marni Isaacson '14||1st Place|
|Akansha Mishra '15||2nd Place|
|Amy Cassidy '14||3rd Place
Final Round of the 2013 Langfan Oratorical Competition:
The Winners of the 2013 Competition were:
|Erik Wilson '13||1st Place|
|Amy Cassidy '14||2nd Place|
|Agatha Cole '13||3rd Place|
Final Round of the 2012 Langfan Oratorical Competition:
The Winners of the 2012 Competition were:
|Akil Alleyne '13||1st Place|
|Alan Gray '14||2nd Place|
|Etie-Lee Schaub '12||3rd Place|