Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Professor Dan Ravicher's Challenge to Gene Patents

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a major case that invalidates patents on two genes associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. The case was brought by Professor Dan Ravicher of Cardozo School of Law, along with the ACLU.

Intensive Trial Advocacy, ITRANS in Full Swing at Cardozo Law

In January, 130 Cardozo students participate in one of the most intense and longest running trial boot camp programs in the country. The Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP) is a key component of Cardozo’s hands-on training, turning the courtroom into a learning laboratory where students can put their practical skills to work and gain invaluable input from top trial attorneys and professionals in the field.

Student Profile: Keegan Stephan, Legal Activist

Cardozo Law student and prominent political organizer Keegan Stephan '19 on his realization that "it's the lawyers doing the most critical work" in social justice movements.

Why Law? 12 Law Schools, Including Cardozo, Participate in Video About the Value of a Law Degree

September 20, 2017 - As law schools across the nation continue to manage rapid change, Dean Melanie Leslie and 11 other law school deans, with the help of their students, came together to highlight how the next generation of lawyers will make a difference in their communities and in the profession.

Maricela Gonzalez '18 represented Cardozo and was asked to answer a simple question: “Why Law?” Her answer, as well as others, serves as an important reminder for practicing attorneys, current law students, and those considering law school about the value of a law degree.

Video: Immigration Justice Clinic Helps Refugees at U.S. Detention Center in Dilley, TX

Students from Cardozo Law's Immigration Justice Clinic get real world, hands on experience. The students, and professor Lindsay Nash, recently worked with refugees in a U.S. immigration detention center in Dilley, TX.

Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes Appears on Fox Business Network to Discuss Crackdown on Sanctuary Cities

Cardozo Adjunct Professor and immigration law attorney Michael Wildes appeared on the Fox Business Network show Making Money with host Charles Payne to discuss the crackdown on sanctuary cities.

"What has evolved out of sanctuary cities and the deafening silence from Washington is the reliance on local taxpayers and local people to do the federal job."

Video: 25th Annual Public Service Law Auction

Cardozo’s Public Service Auction on April 5 was a huge success with students, alumni, faculty and friends enthusiastically supporting the work of our students. In this video, students talk about how the public service summer stipend helped them serve in internships that provide crucial legal assistance to under-served communities. 

Professor Michael Herz on Cardozo's Pop-up Class, The First 100 Days: The Trump Administration & The Rule of Law

Professor Michael Herz is one of the faculty members teaching in a 10-week class designed to address the particulars of the Trump Administration’s policies and actions.

Professor Herz analyzes presidential power, and the role of the other branches of government.

“The focus of my class is on what an agency is, what authority it has and what authority the president has over the agency, and how a president may find it difficult to translate his vision into agency action which will withstand judicial review and be legally effective.” - Professor Michael Herz

MSNBC: Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes Discusses Court's Injunction of Second Immigration Ban

In the interview he said that "The President is not allowed to discriminate based on national origin ... the question here is whether or not this national origin measure was an act of discrimination."