Format: 2018-06
May 11, 2018

Brazil's government is conducting a legal offensive against its indigenous people, says Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum in IntLawGrrls.

May 18, 2017

"... We're talking here about mass murder, about conspiring to commit a massacre — one of the worst crimes in El Salvador's history — not securities fraud."

Apr 11, 2017

The Geneva Conventions are clear that the use of force by one state against another constitutes an international armed conflict, i.e., a war. Congress has never said otherwise, and so, both domestic and international law dictate the same conclusion: the United States and Syria are at war.

Mar 23, 2017

Dean Melanie Leslie announced the creation of a new initiative called The Blockchain Project, created by Associate Clinical Professor Aaron Wright, a leader in legal education in the field of law and technology.

Mar 20, 2017

President Trump's 100 Days: Federal Agencies

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

Mar 17, 2017

President Trump's First 100 Days: Civil Rights Litigation

Professor Reinert offers his perspective on Cardozo Law’s 10-session pop-up class, designed specifically to address the Trump administration’s policies and actions.