• Linda Hirshman, author of the best-selling book “Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World”, discusses her book with Professors Julie Suk and Kate Shaw at a Floersheimer Center event.
  • Benjamin Ferencz, lead prosecutor of the Nuremberg Trials against Nazi war crimes, accepting Cardozo’s 2016 International Advocate for Peace Award
  • Professor Michelle Adams accepting the Sheri Rosenberg Faculty INSPIRE! Award during Cardozo's annual P*Law Week

Cardozo Law's wide variety of intellectually rigorous programs and centers prepare students for their careers in law, and provide a broad array of intellectual opportunities to enhance their studies. The Jacob Burns Institute for Advanced Legal Studies supports research and symposia, sponsors courses and clinics, brings lecturers to campus, programs major conferences, and provides student scholarships.

Cardozo offers dozens of programs in a wide variety of fields, including corporate governance, family law and bioethics, and international human rights. In addition, the school's intellectual property and alternative dispute resolution programs are at the top of national rankings.

Explore Cardozo Law's programs and centers, and you'll find variety and excellence throughout these vital institutions.