My New York: Ben Cooper '14



Dec 11, 2014

In the My New York video series, students and alumni speak about their professional and personal connections to New York City. In this video, Ben Cooper '14 talks about the exceptional faculty at Cardozo Law, the friends he made during his time in law school, and how living in NYC helped him get into corporate law.


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Jan 16, 2015
Slate.com - “The thing I worry about is, if we cabin off this group of people—people under 21, or under age of 18, or whatever—and put them aside and say, ‘That’s a special group, and we need to treat them differently,’ that makes it seem like you can treat everyone else as harshly as we did in the past,” said Alexander Reinert, a professor at Yeshiva University Cardozo School of Law, who helped the New York Civil Liberties Union in pressuring New York State to pass age-oriented reforms last year.
Jan 15, 2015
Racked.com - Students learn about the full spectrum of legal issues fashion companies can encounter, like customs and product safety regulations, manufacturing ethics, and models' rights. Scafidi also runs a monthly fashion law clinic where students and lawyers alike offer pro bono services. NYU, Cardozo, and Loyola law schools have since followed suit.
Jan 12, 2015
The New York Times - “They’re always saying they’re kept out of the public square, and that’s baloney,” said Marci Hamilton, a constitutional law expert and the author of “God vs. the Gavel.” “They’re all over the public square.”
Jan 12, 2015
The National Jurist - "We're supporting a part of the cultural economy of New York that we consider to be crucial," Morrison said. "The kinds of clients we work with are not necessarily what people may typically think of as the ordinary clinic client population."
Jan 9, 2015
Hamilton and Griffin on Rights - The Islamic State and its fellow extremists seek to merge the power of government and religion to force the world to bow to their beliefs.
Jan 8, 2015
The Verge - Free data sounds like a good thing, but a new article from net neutrality icon Susan Crawford says a new breed of partially free data plans could spell doom for the open web.

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