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!
Professor Alexander Reinert is part of a team of lawyers arguing that a lawsuit over post 9/11 racial profiling and detention of Arab, Muslim and South Asian men should proceed against high-level government officials.
Northwest Public Television - “No family can have a loved one locked up and deported, simply because they can’t afford counsel,” says Peter Markowitz, director of the Immigration Justice Clinic at Cardozo School of Law. “That’s not justice, and we don’t do that in New York.”
Professor Alexander Reinert of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law joined the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), Covington & Burling LLP, and attorney Michael Winger representing the plaintiffs in a United States Supreme Court case to be argued in January 2017. They filed their brief this week defending an appellate decision that the lawyers argue is critically important as a deterrent against the future use of executive power to engage in religious and racial profiling and torture.
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.
It is crucial for a resilient democracy that we better understand how these powerful, ubiquitous websites are changing the way we think, interact and behave. Democracies don’t simply depend on well-informed citizens – they require citizens to be capable of exerting thoughtful, independent judgment.