Spotlight on News from the Cardozo Community
Ukrainian Professor Dmytro Vovk finds a safe haven at Cardozo.
Professor Deborah Pearlstein penned an Op-Ed in The New York Times on the Trump classified documents case.
Professor Kate Shaw discussed the Trump indictment on ABC News Special Report.
Professor Edward Zelinsky discussed the ‘Jock Tax’ with NPR's ‘All Things Considered.’
Faculty Scholarship and News
Professor Pamela Foohey spoke at the “New Critiques of Debt as Social Provision” panel at the “Money as a Democratic Medium 2.0 Conference” hosted by Harvard Law School on June 15.
Professor Michael Herz, along with four other administrative law professors, sent a letter to six agencies about legal options regarding a long-delayed rule aimed at executive compensation. He also was a part of a consultant team for the Administrative Conference of the United States for a project on “Disclosure of Agency Legal Materials.” They submitted their final report on May 30.
Professor Lindsay Nash presented an early-stage paper, tentatively titled “The Cognate Power of Release,” at the “2023 Emerging Immigration Scholars Conference” hosted by the George Washington University School of Law on June 15.
Professor Michel Rosenfeld spoke, in French, to Radio Canada's Midi Info on June 9 about the indictment of Donald Trump.
Professor Stewart Sterk participated in a discussion on Title Fraud for a “Professors' Corner” by the ABA Real Property section. He will also be giving a talk on trusts to the New York State Surrogate’s Association on June 28.
Visiting Professor Dmytro Vovk will chair the panel “The Russia-Ukraine War and Religion: Human Rights Context” at the 2023 Annual Conference of the European Academy of Religion at the University of St. Andrews on June 21.