Feb 10, 2016

The Cardozo School of Law team of Jonah Brill '17, Sarah Griggs '17, Joseph Kammerman '16, Vino Jayaraman '16, Charles Manfredi '17, Liliya Perelman '16, and Madison Wiles-Haffner '17 won first place at the 2016 Tulane Mardi Gras Sports Law Competition in February 2016.


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Mar 31, 2016

One continues to see deep frustration on the faces of survivors from all corners of Pennsylvania as the bishops hit high-gear lobbying against the victims’ access to justice through statute of limitations reform.

Mar 31, 2016

Public Service Auction: Meet Our Scholars

The Public Service Stipend raises money for students so that they can pursue otherwise uncompensated internships in the public sector. It is supported in part by the Annual Public Service Auction. In this video, some of the recipients of the stipend talk about their experiences.

The Public Service Auction will take place on April 13 at 6 p.m.! Buy tickets, bid online, and learn more about the auction here. 

Mar 31, 2016

The plaintiffs were represented by the New York Civil Liberties Union; the law firm Morrison & Foerster, which donated its services in the case; and a prisoners’ rights expert, Alexander A. Reinert, a professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

Mar 30, 2016

NY Daily News - Marci Hamilton, a professor at the Cardozo School of Law, echoed Appel’s criticism of the existing state law. New York ranks among the worst states in the nation when it comes to creating a legal window for abuse survivors, landing in the frightful four with Alabama, Michigan and Mississippi, she said. “It’s really the hall of shame,” said Hamilton.

Mar 30, 2016

Students can apply for furnished studio units with individual bathrooms and shared kitchens or two- and three-bedroom units equipped with kitchens and bathrooms.

Mar 29, 2016

PBS NewsHour - Faced with a rising national wave of opioid addiction and its consequences, families, law enforcement and political leaders around the nation are linking arms to save souls. But 30 years ago, it was a different story. Ekow Yankah, a Cardozo School of Law professor, reflects on how race affects our national response to drug abuse.

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