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.

Judy Mender, Dean of Students, to Retire in August

After serving 22 years at Cardozo — the past 16 of them as Dean of Students — Judy Mender will retire on August 1, leaving behind a vibrant legacy of valued service, thoughtful counsel and deep concern for students.

National Law Journal Ranks Cardozo Law 36th in Nation For Number of 2016 Graduates Hired for "Gold Standard Jobs"

The National Law Journal ranked Cardozo Law 36th in the nation for 2016 graduates who were hired for "gold standard" jobs: full-time, long-term jobs that require bar passage, and are not funded by the school.

 

Alumnus Iddo Arad '00 Named One of Hollywood's Top 100 Attorneys

The Hollywood Reporter - No envelope mix-up here! Meet the attorneys behind the 'Moonlight' Oscar winner, Melania's litigation, Bill O'Reilly's downfall, the year's biggest media megamergers and pretty much anything that matters in Hollywood.