The E-Discovery Field Takes Center Stage During Cardozo Law Tech Talk “The Decade of Discovery”

Joe Looby, director of The Decade of Discovery, speaks during a panel on "The Evolution of E-Discovery Law and Technology" with Judge Shira A. Scheindlin, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York; Judge James C. Francis IV, U.S. Magistrate, Southern District of New York; and Jason R. Baron, member of Drinker Biddle’s Information Governance and eDiscovery practice.

National Center for Access to Justice at Cardozo Law: Hawaii Ranks Well in Access to Justice

West Hawaii Today - The report, by the National Center for Access to Justice, measured how accessible the justice system is in four categories: attorney access for low-income litigants; support for self-represented litigants; support for litigants with limited language proficiency and support for people with disabilities.

The National Center for Access to Justice in the News: Equal Justice Also Means Equal Access

Journal Courier - The National Center for Access to Justice oversees The Justice Index, which uses data from four categories to compare states’ access to the justice system — especially for the poor and those with disabilities.

Cardozo Law Justice Index in the News: Connecticut Courts Rank Highest for Access

The Ledger Independent - "Across the country, there are millions of people who don't have legal representation and face other barriers in their abilities to protect their interests and enforce their rights," said David Udell, the center's executive director. "Our Justice Index is our online resource in identifying best practices ... ensuring that people do have access to the justice system."

Cardozo Law Justice Index in the News: Illinois Ranked 49th for How Court System Serves Disadvantaged

The Daily Republican - "Across the country, there are millions of people who don't have legal representation and face other barriers in their abilities to protect their interests and enforce their rights," said David Udell, the center's executive director. "Our Justice Index is our online resource in identifying best practices ... ensuring that people do have access to the justice system."

Cardozo Law Tech Talks Kick Off with Panel on Differences Between Surveillance Law in the U.S. and Europe

Professor Felix Wu speaks during "U.S. vs. E.U. Surveillance Law and Government Access to Consumer Data."

Cardozo Law Tech Talks Kick Off with Panel on Differences Between Surveillance Law in the U.S. and Europe

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Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution: A Year in Review

Read about the latest from Cardozo's top alternative dispute resolution program.

 

22nd Cardozo Public Service Auction Smashes Fundraising Record

Thanks to the hard work and generosity of the entire Cardozo community, the 22nd annual Cardozo Public Service Auction brought in $620,000, smashing last year's record. The auction's success means that 254 Cardozo students (every eligible student) will receive a generous $4-5,000 stipend to work in areas of public interest law over the summer

CJCR Honors Jed Melnick '99, Names its Annual Symposium the Jed D. Melnick Annual Symposium of the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution

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.

Rights Advocates See 'Access To Justice' Gap In U.S.

NPR - David Udell, executive director of the national center, says the index is a way to provide data and spark conversation "on how best to deliver on one of the core promises we all make to each other as Americans: that everyone must be equal before the law."