Aug 16, 2019

Integrity, generosity, grit and joy were the guiding themes of Dean Melanie Leslie’s welcome to the Class of 2022 for their first day of orientation.

Dean of Admissions David Martinidez kicked off the day in the newly renovated Jacob Burns Moot Court Room, highlighting the accomplishments and diversity of the 313 students in the incoming Fall and May-entering J.D. class.

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Nov 25, 2019

A group of Cardozo alumni round out the leadership team at global manufacturing company Terex – including Cardozo board member Eric Cohen ’83, who recently announced his retirement after 22 years as Senior Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel.

Cohen hired fellow Cardozo alumni Stacey Babson-Smith ’86 more than 17 years ago and Scott Posner ’01 about 16 years ago.

Nov 25, 2019
Nov 25, 2019

Professor Deborah Pearlstein, co-director of the Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy, published a piece in The Atlantic detailing Congress' role in foreign policy according to the Constitution. Pearlstein counters the arguments made in the impeachment inquiry regarding the President's power to control foreign policy.

Nov 21, 2019

The 10th Annual BALLSA Alumni Dinner event, held at Cardozo Novemer 14, celebrated the accomplishments of honorees David Huntley '90, Anusree (Anu) Nair '09 and Rafael Castellanos '86. Last year's BALLSA scholarship recipient Brianna Cloud '21 also attended.

BALLSA Dinner co-chairs Shannon Zhu ‘15 and Diego Carvajal ‘10 kicked off the program portion of the evening rallying for fundraising for the BALLSA Scholarship. Alumni Affairs quickly met their goal, raising nearly $38,000 making this year’s BALLSA Dinner the most successful to date.

Nov 20, 2019

Stephen Siegel, Chairman of Global Brokerage at CBRE and member of Cardozo's Board of Overseers, visited Cardozo for a breakfast talk with Professor Stewart Sterk. Siegel shared advice from his 60-year career in real estate.

Nov 19, 2019

Cardozo alumni and intellectual property (IP) experts discussed the latest in copyright infringement at the Entertainment Law Initiative panel: “Protector or Suppressor?” hosted by the Recording Academy and the FAME Center. The event was co-sponsored by the Cardozo Entertainment Law Society.

Michael Reinert ’82, partner at Fox Rothschild and adjunct IP professor at Cardozo, moderated the panel, which analyzed several recent lawsuits against musicians, including Led Zeppelin, George Harrison and Katy Perry.

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