Oct 30, 2014

Dear Friends,

I am very proud of the scholarship produced by Cardozo School of Law's highly accomplished faculty. I want to share with you some of their groundbreaking work from the past year. Please take a moment to review their news and publications, and let me know if you have any thoughts or comments.

Warm regards,
Matthew Diller


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Nov 19, 2014
The Ledger Independent - "Across the country, there are millions of people who don't have legal representation and face other barriers in their abilities to protect their interests and enforce their rights," said David Udell, the center's executive director. "Our Justice Index is our online resource in identifying best practices ... ensuring that people do have access to the justice system."
Nov 19, 2014
The Daily Republican - "Across the country, there are millions of people who don't have legal representation and face other barriers in their abilities to protect their interests and enforce their rights," said David Udell, the center's executive director. "Our Justice Index is our online resource in identifying best practices ... ensuring that people do have access to the justice system."
Nov 17, 2014
The Washington Times - A major development is coming in the legal battle surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Nov 17, 2014
International Business Times - “In most of these kinds of situations where the Court takes a decision from a state supreme court like this, it’s to reverse it,” says Prof. Edward Zelinsky, a tax law expert at Yeshiva University’s Cardozo School of Law.
Nov 17, 2014
Law360 - “Taxation is inherently a political matter. If the 50 states tried to cut back on their credits, there would be enormous political blowback, and ultimately, politics is the forum where tax issues are to be decided,” Cardozo Law School professor Edward Zelinsky told Law360.
Nov 13, 2014
WNYC - Professors in higher education are just doing a job, says Stanley Fish, and they don't have any special academic freedoms. He's professor of law at Benjamin Cardozo School of Law and the author now of Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution (University Of Chicago Press, 2014).

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