Cardozo's cutting edge collaborations at the intersection of law, technology and business include: The Blockchain Project; the Cardozo Data Law Initiative; The Cardozo-Google Patent Diversity Project; The Indie Film Clinic; The Tech Startup Clinic; The Heyman Center on Corporate Governance and the FAME Center for fashion, arts, media and entertainment law.
New York City + Engaged Faculty + Clinics & Boot-camp Intensives = Success
Cardozo is the ideal place to study corporate, securities, and commercial law, offering a comprehensive curriculum taught by professors who are recognized experts in their fields. Core courses familiarize students with the fundamental concepts and theories of corporate law, and upper-level courses focus on advanced topics and specific practice areas. In addition, special courses equip students with the skills and tools they will need in corporate practice, whether as transactional lawyers or litigators.
New York City
Cardozo’s location in New York City, the world’s leading financial and commercial center, provides students a wealth of internship and clinical opportunities for hands-on experience with clients. Speakers, special guests and panels enrich the community and are great for networking.
supports research in environmental law, financial institutions, antitrust, mass tort litigation, alternative dispute resolution (including business and securities arbitration), employment law, international and comparative business, investment, and trade, and commercial law.
Students are encouraged to take advantage of short boot-camp simulation programs in January, which include Negotiation Theories and Skills, Intensive Transactional Lawyering Program (ITRANS) and Introduction to Financial Statements (I-Fins) all of which help lawyers in every field understand business practices.
Our Business Law & Entrepreneurship Faculty
Professor Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin
Professor Greenberg-Kobrin is the director of the The Indie Film Clinic, which gives students the opportunity to work directly with filmmakers in NYC.
Professor Barbara Kolsun
Professor Kolsun is a Professor of Practice in fashion law. She was previously general counsel at Calvin Klein. Kolsun is also the director of the FAME Center for Fashion, Art, Media and Entertainment Law, which connects students to creative industries in New York City.
Professor Jeanne Schroeder
Professor Schroeder specializes in art law. Her current work is on recent amendments to Article 8 of the Uniform Commercial Code and in developing a feminist theory of law and economics.
Professor Matt Wansley
Before Cardozo, Professor Wansley was the general counsel of nuTonomy Inc., an autonomous vehicle startup, and a Climenko Fellow and Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School.
Professor Sam Weinstein
Professor Weinstein specializes in antitrust, contracts and corporate law. He was an attorney in the Legal Policy Section of the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. He was recently quoted by Bloomberg on his antitrust expertise.
Professor Aaron Wright
Professor Aaron Wright is the Director, The Tech Startup Clinic and The Blockchain Project. He leads the Blockchain Project, a unique program offering a deep understanding of blockchain and the law, including cryptocurrency and more. Wright is also the director of the Tech Startup Clinic, which allows students to work on legal issues with businesses in NYC's booming technology sector.
Professor Felix Wu
Professor Felix Wu leads the Cardozo Data Law Initiative: a groundbreaking program for careers in the legal fields of information governance, e-discovery, data privacy, social media law and cybersecurity.
Professor Charles Yablon
Professor Charles Yablon contributes to the Heyman Center, which is Cardozo's focal point for all corporate and securities law.
Heyman Center for Corporate Law & Governance
Corporate Compliance and Risk Control Program
Courses and Clinics
Heyman Scholars Program
Faculty and Senior Fellows
Securities Arbitration Clinic
Tech Startup Clinic
Indie Film Clinic