Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution Presents International Advocate for Peace Award to Peter, Paul and Mary

In selecting Peter, Paul and Mary for the 2015 IAP award, CJCR recognizes the folk-singing trio’s contributions and continued efforts to unify society through song and music. Peter, Paul and Mary’s music resonates with history – a history that they not only helped write, but that has changed and inspired millions to maintain the principles of peace and tolerance in the face of war and great adversity.

Cardozo Law's Resident Associate Mentor Program (RAMP) Creates Job Opportunities for Recent Graduates

RAMP jobs offered to recent graduates have increased almost four-fold since 2013, when the program was created. In 2015, 130 employers partnered with Cardozo Law to offer jobs through RAMP, and to date, 33 students from the class of 2015 secured jobs through the program.

Cardozo Law School Launches The Center for Rights and Justice

Dean Melanie Leslie has announced the creation of the Center For Rights and Justice, a home for more than 25 programs at Cardozo School of Law/ Yeshiva University, which will work to advance justice through scholarly research, public policy reform, and advocacy. Professor Alexander Reinert has been appointed as program’s faculty director.

Cardozo Law Expands The FAME Center for Fashion, Art, Media & Entertainment Law

New Classes, Industry Leaders Join Board, Expanded Connections to New York Businesses

 

New York, NY - October 15, 2015: Cardozo School of Law has announced the expansion of its FAME Center for the study of fashion, art, media and entertainment law, adding new courses, public speaking events and a powerful board of advisors to shape a unique curriculum for lawyers entering into these industries.

Cardozo Law Expands Data Law Program

Cardozo School of Law, the law school that created the Innocence Project, is continuing its tradition of legal innovation by expanding the Cardozo Data Law Initiative (CDLI), a groundbreaking program that prepares law students for the 21st Century practice of law in the digital world while expanding Cardozo’s contribution to legal thought leadership.

Cardozo Welcomes Professors Wu and Buccafusco as Tenured Faculty

Cardozo School of Law has granted tenure to two distinguished scholars in intellectual property, building on the school's renowned position as an innovative leader in IP and Information Law.

Cardozo Faculty Ranked 29th Nationally in New Study of Scholarly Impact

A new study measuring the scholarly impact of law faculties ranked Cardozo School of Law (Yeshiva University) 29th in the nation, and in third place among New York City law schools after Columbia and NYU.

Michel Rosenfeld Named University Professor of Law and Comparative Democracy

Cardozo Law Professor Michel Rosenfeld has been appointed a University Professor at Yeshiva University, becoming one of a prestigious few to be granted this honor for achieving outstanding goals in teaching, publications and research.

On World Refugee Day, Cardozo's Pro Bono Advocacy Program Continues to Engage with Advocacy Issues that Impact Refugees and Migrants

The Cardozo Law Institute in Holocaust and Human Rights’ (CLIHHR) Refugee Representation Project (RRP) has announced the launch of the Pro Bono Advocacy Program. The program creates an opportunity for students to engage with advocacy issues that impact refugees and migrants.

Valbona Myteberi Appointed Assistant Dean of LL.M. and International Programs

Valbona Myteberi has been appointed Assistant Dean of LL.M. and International Programs. She was previously Director of the Heyman Center on Corporate Governance and Adjunct Professor for the Intensive Transactional Lawyering Program (ITRANS).