Cardozo's new Center for Real Estate Law and Policy offers curricula in Real Estate Transactions, Land Use Regulation, Environmental Law, New York Residential Landlord-Tenant Law and more. Read about it in the new edition of Cardozo Life!
The uncertain future of the Trump administration has many Americans wondering just what to expect over the next four years. Chris Hayes, journalist, commentator and host of the MSNBC show All In With Chris Hayes, spoke with Cardozo professor Kate Shaw, co-director of the school’s Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy, Tues., Jan.
January 24, 2017 - It was a discussion for our time—two journalists and a top media lawyer—discussing their fears and hopes for freedom of the press during one of the most tumultuous government transitions in modern history. The trio, interviewed by Raquel Wildes, a first-year student in the LLM program, delved into the role of the media, the fragmentation of audiences by social media and the public appetite for truth in a time of “alternative facts.”
Clive Davis, the legendary music executive and producer who shaped the careers of stars from Janis Joplin to Whitney Houston, provided Cardozo students and others with a detailed account of how his legal training, business acumen and ear for music brought him to the pinnacle of the music industry.
The Cardozo Women’s Law Initiative coordinated a bus to transport 54 Cardozo students, alumni, faculty, family and friends to the Women’s March on Washington. Students, who were able to attend free of charge thanks to generous donations by Cardozo faculty and staff, took this photo prior to their participation in the historic event.
December 20, 2016 The New York Times - Professor Peter L. Markowitz joined a group of more than 100 advocacy organizations in writing a memo to President Obama asking that he pardon green card holders with minor criminal records before he leaves office.