As a May Student, You Will
- Take first-year courses over three semesters – summer, fall and spring – and still graduate from Cardozo in three years.
- Attend fall and spring first-year classes with fall-entry students, and learn from the same renowned faculty as students who start in the fall.
- Automatically join the traditional full-time program in their second year, and graduate with fall-entry students in three years.
Annual tuition for the May program is equivalent to the tuition set for the fall full-time program. First-year tuition will be billed over the three semesters.
Summer Semester (10 credits)
Contracts (5 credits)
Criminal Law (3 credits)
Elements of Law (2 credits)
Fall Semester (10 credits)
Civil Procedure (5 credits)
Torts (4 credits)
Lawyering Skills and Legal Writing I (1 credit)
Spring Semester (10 credits)
Property (5 credits)
Constitutional Law (3 credits)
Lawyering Skills and Legal Writing II (2 credits)
Applications for the May-entry class should be submitted as soon as possible. The priority deadline is March 15. For May entry, we recommend you take the LSAT by February.
An applicant may only submit one application per academic year—i.e., an applicant may not submit an application for both May 2021 and fall 2021 terms.