The Cardozo School of Law hosts a modest Visiting Research Scholar program under which international scholars, practitioners, jurists and government officials visit the law school for a period of time that generally ranges from one month to one year. In addition, Cardozo hosts a small number of visiting doctoral and postdoctoral students to conduct research under the auspices of the Visiting Research Fellow program. Visitors take advantage of the rich resources of the law school and help enhance the diversity of the Cardozo community.
All visiting researchers enjoy access to the Cardozo Law Library, which holds more than 540,000 books, periodicals, microforms, and audio and video materials. Visiting researchers are invited to audit classes with the prior permission of the faculty member, and they are welcome to attend the many programs, activities and other public events that regularly take place at the law school.
Please note that Cardozo’s Visiting Researcher program is designed for visitors with independent research agendas. There is no compensation or secretarial support for visiting researchers. Further, due to severe space constraints, we are unable to provide visiting researchers with an office.
Cardozo Israeli Judges Visiting Scholar Program