Cardozo Law Review was established in 1979 and consistently ranks among the top law journals in the country.
Cardozo Law Review publishes six issues per year, which contain articles and student notes on a variety of legal topics. The Law Review is dedicated to advancing empirical, interdisciplinary, and philosophical scholarship, as well as exploring cutting-edge national issues.
Additionally, the Law Review sponsors several symposia and lectures each year that delve into unique and intellectually stimulating areas of legal scholarship. Recent symposia and lecture topics have included election law, immigration, comparative constitutionalism, and law and economics.
Finally, de•novo, the Cardozo Law Review’s online companion, is the home for shorter articles on timely legal issues, as well as responses to articles that appear in the print journal. De•novo also hosts “mini-symposia” that feature articles from professors and practitioners across political and sociological lines in order to create a lively debate on a selected legal issue. In addition to articles written by professors and practitioners, de•novo also publishes several student notes each year.