Aug 19, 2016

A lot has happened from Cardozo Law's founding in 1976 to the first day of classes in 2016. The school kicks-off a year-long celebration to highlight the enormous achievements made by our faculty, alumni and students over 40 years.


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Nov 17, 2016

In a fact sheet distributed by the lawmakers, they cite a July New York Times opinion piece written by Peter Markowitz, professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and the director of an immigration law clinic. Markowitz writes in the article that the Constitution extends the president's pardon power to "all offenses against the United States," which "can be interpreted more broadly than just criminal offenses."

Nov 16, 2016

"Roe held that while the Constitution protects a woman's right to decide for herself whether to continue with a pregnancy, states also have a strong interest in regulating abortion, both to protect women's health and to promote potential life."

Nov 11, 2016

In a message from Dean Melanie Leslie Cardozo students were invited to an open forum discussion on the presidential election, which will cover questions and issues that have been raised and will feature five faculty members in conversation with students. Below is the letter to students inviting them to the Wednesday Nov. 11th event. 

Dear Students:

Nov 11, 2016

Trump has also pledged to pass the First Amendment Defense Act during the first 100 days of his administration. The law prohibits the government from taking action against anyone who “believes or acts in accordance with a religious belief or moral conviction that marriage is or should be recognized as the union of one man and one woman.”

Nov 10, 2016

For some clarity on what Trump’s victory means and what might come next, we spoke to ABC News contributor and Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law professor Kate Shaw.

Nov 10, 2016

Julie Suk, Professor of Law, Cardozo Law, Yeshiva University - "Our nation has just elected a man who has notoriously groped, belittled, and disparaged women. Our compatriots chose him over the opportunity to inaugurate our first woman president. The Trump presidency will thus begin in a climate that feels misogynistic and hostile to gender equality.

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