Cardozo-Online EventOpen to public 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
LALSA: A Legal Career Without Compromise
Cardozo Alumni will discuss how to plan a career in the law while achieving your personal goals. Panelists include: Stephanie A. Zacharias '08 (Cane & Boniface, P.C.), Melissa Paul-Franklyn '08 (The Legal Aid Society), Patricia Zapata Schiraldi '17 (Federal Law Clerk, E.D.N.Y.), and Bernardo Caceres '20 (Queens Defenders).
Cardozo-Online EventThe FAME Center Open to public 06:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Please join us for a guest lecture with the authors and co-founders of "Sneaker Law," Kenneth Anand and Jared Goldstein, who will provide an overview of the laws, litigation, and other disputes that have impacted the sneaker industry, as well as a practical primer of contractual terms that are heavily negotiated in most sneaker transactions. Kenneth Anand is also the co-founder of 3 8 0 Group, a fashion licensing company specializing in the manufacturing and distribution of premium apparel, footwear, and fashion accessories. From 2017- 2019 Kenneth was General Counsel and Head of Business Development at YEEZY Apparel, Kanye West's sneaker and fashion house. Jared Goldstein is also Legal Counsel at LiveIntent, an ad-tech and marketing company. Jared assists LiveIntent with all in-house legal matters, including advertising, technology, digital media, privacy and data protection, IP, compliance, and corporate issues. This online event is approved for 1.0 transitional/non-transitional New York State CLE credits in the category “Areas of Professional Practice.” You must attend the “live” program in order to receive CLE credits. We cannot award CLE credits for watching a recorded version of this program. April 19, 2020 at 6:30 pm via Zoom Webinar. Register at: SneakerLawAtCardozo.Eventbrite.com
Cardozo-Online EventOpen to public 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
Stop Asian Hate: Time for Facts, Not Fear
The BALLSA Alumni Group and the Office of Diversity & Inclusion invite you to join a discussion that will address what we need to do to stop this virus called RACISM. Since Donald Trump called COVID-19 the "China virus" and the "Kung Fu" virus, hate crimes against Asian Americans have increased by 150%. More than 3,800 cases have been reported since March of 2020. Asian Americans have historically been silenced or held as "model immigrants." The discrimination they face has often been erased from American history. This must stop. The discussion will focus on the historical facts of Asian American discrimination in light of the current wave of anti-Asian American hate crimes. Speakers: Katherine J. Hwang '09 The Law Firm of Katherine J. Hwang Hana Kim Attorney, NYC Commission on Human Rights Moderator: Bobby Codjoe Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Cardozo School of Law Register Here