When you study at Cardozo, you'll have access to our extensive network of New York business and legal professionals. Our connections provide added value to your law degree and are powerful tools for exploring career interests and options.

Unparalleled career opportunities …

We will be by your side to help you make the most of everything New York City offers. That means there's more opportunity for you—any time, every day. At Cardozo, you will have the academic opportunities that provide a career edge, with access to top-tier business and legal events, lectures and networking; to exciting judicial, business and public service externships unique to New York City; and to our long-standing relationships with leading recruiters and employers.

... and culture …

New York City is at your doorstep, offering world-class museums, theater, dance and sporting events; vibrant ethnic neighborhoods where life is local and the accent is global; and more live music venues than Nashville, Austin and Los Angeles combined. The intellectual life of New York City is as unique as its reputation for sky's-the-limit dreams.

...and then there's the food!

Whatever your taste, from hummus to home-style, from bagels to bistro—even vegan stir-fries—you'll find great restaurants, vendors and eateries a short walk from Cardozo.

Learning at 55 Fifth

You’ll find everything you need at our 55 Fifth Avenue location. Cardozo offers you a welcoming community in a state-of-the-art environment.

The Kathryn O. and Alan C. Greenberg Center for Student Life provides students with a spacious, comfortable lounge and café. The Dr. Lillian and Dr. Rebecca Chutick Law Library is the center of student and faculty research at Cardozo. Both the library and student center overlook Fifth Avenue.

The library holds more than 545,000 books, periodicals, microforms and audio and video materials. You'll access many law and law-related electronic resources and an exceptionally comprehensive reference collection. Cardozo's library is a selective federal depository, housing congressional publications, executive agency reports and documents and judicial materials.