Format: 2017-01
Dec 15, 2016

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.

Dec 12, 2016

Cardozo Law students Daniel Koburger '17 and Thomas Laverty '18, as part of the Benjamin B. Ferencz Human Rights and Atrocity Prevention Clinic, contributed research support to the report, outlining how Sri Lanka’s newly established Office on Missing Persons (OMP) can most effectively locate, identify and return those who disappeared during the nation’s 26-year civil war.

Dec 9, 2016

Cardozo Law is expanding student housing to meet growing demand and increase options for all students.

Dec 9, 2016

In this issue of Cardozo Life, we showcase the school's new Center for Rights and Justice and Center for Real Estate Law and Policy, read an excerpt from Professor David Rudenstine's new book "The Age of Deference," and look at Cardozo's expanding international footprint.

Dec 8, 2016

Deborah Pearlstein, a former White House official and international law professor at Yeshiva University, said it's likely the next administration will use Obama's framework as its starting point. "By practice and long history, those opinions tend to stand," she said.

Dec 8, 2016

Would Secretary Clinton or President-elect Trump have won in 2016 in a direct, nationwide election? We don’t know.

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