After serving 22 years at Cardozo — the past 16 of them as Dean of Students — Judy Mender will retire on August 1, leaving behind a vibrant legacy of valued service, thoughtful counsel and deep concern for students.
The National Law Journal ranked Cardozo Law 36th in the nation for 2016 graduates who were hired for "gold standard" jobs: full-time, long-term jobs that require bar passage, and are not funded by the school.
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According to The National Law Journal’s top 50 law school rankings released March 6, 7.72% of Cardozo’s 2016 graduates went on to work at top law firms. Cardozo Law is number 46 on the list, which is based on the percentage of each school's 2016 graduates who took associate jobs at the largest 100 firms.
Look back at 40 years of Cardozo Law through the eyes of the school's alumni and deans. Featuring Dean Melanie Leslie '91, Mark Yagerman '79, Stephen Breitstone '82, Ira Dizengoff '92, Emily Tisch Sussman '08, Monroe Price (Dean, 1982-1991), and Professor David Rudenstine (Dean, 2001-2009).