New Immigration Clinic • Wilbur Ross Speaks • Symposium Explores R2P Doctrine • European Privacy Rights Impact US Media • Problems of Cultural Looting • Students See Japanese Legal System • Incoming Class of 2011 • Seeger on Vioxx • Innocence Project Dinner • Hebrew Bible as Contem porary Resource • Implications of Dreyfus Scandal • Prudential Supervision Debated • Cardozo Celebrates with SIPO in China • Summer Clerks • P*LAW Week
Ekow Yankah Appointed to Faculty • Markowitz and Blasser Join Clinical Faculty • Visiting Professors • PUBPAT at Cardozo • Professional Honors
In June 2009, David Rudenstine will step down as dean. He spoke with Cardozo Life editor Susan Davis about the many people who helped him accomplish so much, what he’ll miss, and what the future may hold for him and for Cardozo. He also offers 10 pieces of advice to his successor.
David Rudenstine accompanied a group of students to Rwanda in January 2008, his first trip to Africa since serving there in the Peace Corps. In this story, which is part reminiscence, part history, part on-the-ground reporting, he gives his impressions of this east-central African country known best for mass genocides in the 1990s.
Prof. Peter Goodrich examines portraits of Cardozo deans and interprets them in light of their subjects’ tenures and legacies. He discusses, too, what the current dean’s photo portrait reveals.
In speaking to seven Cardozo graduates who work at some of the nation’s top law firms, Jane Linker discovers that their experiences are very similar, and no one is complaining about the hours.
Laurie M. Tisch Donates $5 M for LRAP • 30th Commencement Celebrated • Rakower Wins Award • ’83, ’88, ’93, ’98, and ’03 Reunions • Mark Yagerman ’79 • BALLSA Group Founded • ClassActions • $10.5 M Raised • Honor Roll