Floersheimer Center and CDLI Host Tech Talk on International Cyber Laws

Duncan B. Hollis, Professor of Law at Temple Law School, talked election hacking, fake news and setting global cybersecurity standards at “The Emergence of Global Cybernorms” event on Thursday. Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy Co-Director and Cardozo Professor Deborah Pearlstein led the discussion. The event was also sponsored by the Cardozo Data Law Society.

Hollis mentioned many of the threats present in today’s cybersphere, including the increasing absence of humans in technology.

Sports Law Symposium Focuses on Legalization of Sports Betting in NY State

Elected officials, an Olympic athlete, prominent sports law attorneys and high-profile agents rounded out the speaker panels at Cardozo’s 7th Annual Sports Law Symposium on March 1, sponsored by the FAME Center and Cardozo’s Sports Law Society.

The first panel discussed the legality of sports betting. New York State Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. and Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow have been strong proponents of mobile sports betting as a potential source of revenue for the state.

“It’s low-hanging fruit,” said Pretlow. “It’s something we can do.”

Fashion Law Symposium: Sustainability, E-commerce and More

From posture-correcting leggings to vegan fabric, Cardozo’s Fashion Law Symposium on Feb. 26 explored the array of innovations and issues shaping fashion law today. The FAME Center and Fashion Law Society hosted the daylong event, which included speaker panels on topics such as Instagram influencers of fashion, artificial intelligence in e-commerce and much more.

ITRANS Offers Transactional Skills Boot Camp for Law Students

Cardozo’s ITRANS program, an innovative two-week immersion course in which students gain essential transactional skills needed for effective client representation, just completed its sixth year, with 31 students participating.

P*LAW Week 2019 Brought Local Leaders to Inspire Students

Cardozo’s annual Public Law Advocacy Week took place at Cardozo Law from January 28 through 31. Judy Dahl, a 2L at Cardozo, organized this year’s programming on behalf of the Center for Public Service Law, which covered topics such as efforts to ban LGBTQ conversion therapy, education, reproductive rights and changes in the landscape around immigration. Speakers included elected officials, housing advocates and a range of other public service representatives. Events throughout the week saw great turnouts from students.

Shoe Brand Extraordinaire Stuart Weitzman Inspires Cardozo Students

On November 19, Stuart Weitzman entertained and inspired law students, anecdote after anecdote. He shared his life lessons in business: learn and grow from challenges; think outside the box; and collaborate through “advantageous partnerships.” The event was organized by Rachel Zilberfarb ’19, Clara Chasles ‘19, Simone Dvoskin ’20 and Hallie Cohen ’20, through the Cardozo Fashion Law Society and FAME Center.

Six Women Discuss Succeeding in the IP Sector

On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, six female intellectual property practitioners gathered in the Third Floor Lounge to enlighten Cardozo students about the trials and lessons of succeeding as women in the intellectual property sector. The panel discussed working in a male-dominated sector and how to overcome the inequality, work-life balance, discriminatory culture practices, and what each speaker would have told herself if she had known what she knows now.

Cardozo Hosts Special Screening of Acclaimed Documentary "The Silence of Others"

The film, directed by Emmy-winning filmmakers Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar, is shot over six years and follows the fight for both recognition and justice for serious crimes committed during General Francisco Franco’s almost four decades of rule in Spain.

Cardozo is Named to Billboard's List of Top Music Law Schools for 2018

The FAME Center for Fashion, Arts, Media and Entertainment law is proud to congratulate four Cardozo alumni on being named to Billboard Magazine's top music lawyers list for 2018.

ADR Competition Honor Society Wins First Place Arbitration Prize and Third Place Negotiation Excellence Prize at Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon

Cardozo students made their mark October 13 and 14 at the 10th Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon, with the ADR Competition Honor Society team composed of Emily Sappol, Lwam Stefanos, and Joshua Roseman winning First Place in the Arbitration round, taking a top prize for the second consecutive year. That team also captured Third Place in Negotiation Excellence.