Professor Sebok's Broad Study on Consumer Litigation Finance Highlighted in Legal NewsLine

An Empirical Investigation of Third Party Consumer Litigation Funding "looked at 200,000 cases from what the researchers described as 'the largest consumer litigation financing firm in the U.S.'"

Professor Pearlstein Presents Paper at National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars

Her paper is titled Constitutional Law Limits on the Use of Military Force: How Much Does Compliance Tell Us About the Effectiveness of Legal Constraint?

Longtime Former Cardozo Professor Alex Stein Chosen for Israeli Supreme Court

Co-Directors of Cardozo's Israeli Supreme Court Project comment below on the news of former Cardozo Professor Alex Stein's appointment to the Israeli Supreme Court.

Professors Getgen Kestenbaum, Rona Involved in Creation of UN Book Addressing Child Involvement in Armed Groups in Contemporary Armed Conflict

Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum and Professor Gabor Rona were involved in the creation of a new book launched this week, Cradled by Conflict: Child Involvement with Armed Groups in Contemporary Conflict.

Professor Weisberg Selected as Chair of Executive Committee for the AALS

Professor Richard Weisberg was selected for the following institutional appointments for 2018-19: Chair, Executive Committee, Modern Language Association, Section on Literature and the Law and Member, Executive Committee, AALS Section on Law and the Humanities

Professor Weisberg Interviewed for Two Upcoming Documentaries

In early February, two filmmakers visited Cardozo to interview Professor Richard Weisberg about recent projects.

Professor Wright Testifies on Blockchain Technology in Front of U.S. House Science Committee

Professor Aaron Wright testified before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, & Technology on various topics surrounding blockchain technology. He discussed the capabilities of blockchain, including its use for smart contracts, and the potential for the technology to impact a range of industries, improve commercial activity, transform capital markets and democratize capital.

Professor Yablon Plenary Speaker at Corporate Law Teachers Conference in Australia

Professor Charles Yablon was the plenary speaker at the annual conference of the Corporate Law Teachers Association of Australia in Melbourne. His talk was titled “Innovation, the State and Private Enterprise: A Corporate Lawyer’s Perspective.” It was attended by corporate law teachers from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, India and other Asian countries.