The Cardozo Community Mourns the Loss of Jonathan Rohr

July 16, 2018 - Cardozo School of Law sadly announces the passing of Jonathan Rohr, beloved member of the Cardozo community.

Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes on MSNBC Discusses Children in Immigration Courts

Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes '89 appeared on MSNBC Live with Alex Witt to discuss children as young as three years old appearing in court without a parent or representation:

“Historically, immigration has been a civil remedy, so you’re not entitled to an attorney as you would be in a criminal proceeding. They will give you a list of legal counsel you can reach out to if you want to, but imagine giving a three- or a five-year-old a list of lawyers.”

Louis D. Brandeis Award and Order of the Coif 2018

Congratulations to Yael Y. Mandel, the 2018 recepient of the Louis D. Brandeis Award for the highest GPA.

Congratulations to all the members of the class of 2018 who were elected to the Order of the Coif.

Cardozo Raises $187,000 on Giving Day: A Celebration of Heroes

Cardozo School of Law celebrated 2018 Giving Day, part of Yeshiva University‘s larger donation campaign, for a 24-hour period starting Wednesday, April 25 through Thursday, April 26, 2018.

The Giving Day campaign theme campaign was “Cardozo Heroes” and the #CardozoHero Lounge was set up in the lobby with superhero costumes available for fun photo-ops.

Balsam and Felber Speak to OUTlaw Alumni About Landmark Case

When Geoffrey Bowers, a member of Cardozo’s class of ’82, was fired from his law firm in the late 1980s, he hired two fellow classmates to represent him in what would become one of the most significant court cases ever involving workplace discrimination.

Cardozo alumni Robert Balsam ‘82 and Daniel Felber ‘82 spoke about their roles in the case at Cardozo’s OUTlaw Alumni reunion September 19.

Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution Alumni Spotlight: David Reinman LL.M. ’12, EEOC

David Reinman received his LL.M. in Dispute Resolution and Advocacy from Cardozo Law in 2012 and was hired as a staff mediator for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) New York District Office in August 2014.

Cardozo Alumni Amol Sinha '10 Named Executive Director for ACLU-NJ

Congratulations to Cardozo alumni Amol Sinha '10, the new Executive Director of the ACLU-NJ. It's a role he says merges his two passions: advocating for constitutional rights and New Jersey. Sinha says Cardozo laid the foundation for his career in public interest law.

Cardozo Alumnus Victor Cueva Sworn in as US Citizen

Victor Cueva, ’15, was sworn in as an American citizen last week during a ceremony that included Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor as the guest speaker and Chief Judge Robert Katzmann, who administered the oath.