• Cardozo's Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy was founded in 2000 and is the law school’s home for constitutional research, conferences and publications.
  • Professors Kate Shaw and Julie Suk with Linda Hirshman, author of "Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World"
  • Law at the End of War: Fighting Terrorism after Afghanistan

    A panel of leading national security experts discuss the legal framework of U.S. counterterrorism operations after the conclusion of the war in Afghanistan
  • Privacy, Security, and Secrecy After Snowden

    Panelists discuss the impact of Edward Snowden's revelations about the NSA's surveillance activities

The Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy was established in 2000 through a generous gift from Dr. Stephen Floersheimer. The center's goal is to better understand and to assist in improving the functioning of constitutional democracies, both at home and abroad. The center supports research by scholars and policymakers, hosts speakers and conferences, issues publications, and provides financial support for visiting scholars as well as student projects. Topics of particular concern include civil liberties in an age of terrorism, the structures of democratic government, and the relationship between church and state.

Co-Directors; Professor Michelle Adams and Professor Kate Shaw.