Jul 22, 2019

Cardozo Professors Kate Shaw and Deborah Pearlstein reflect on lessons learned working as clerks for the late Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens in Law.com.

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Sep 19, 2019
Four Cardozo law students-John Walpole, Lauren Rosenfeld, Miriam Azizi and Esther Shuchat-participated in the Historical Jewish Moot Court, in February and August 2019, along with six students from Vienna, six students from Moscow, and eight students from Tel Aviv. Walpole said, "The Historical Jewish Moot Court was among the most enriching experiences I had the privilege of participating in during my time at Cardozo and I hope that Cardozo students can participate in the program in the future." 
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.

Jul 24, 2019

Professor Alexander Reinert has been named the Max Freund Professor of Litigation & Advocacy, the chair formerly held by founding faculty member Arthur Jacobson.

Jul 8, 2019

Cardozo School of Law is proud to recognize 27 members of the Class of 2019 who have been elected to membership in the Order of the Coif. The Order of the Coif is an honorary scholastic society, which encourages excellence in legal education by fostering a spirit of careful study, recognizing those who as law students attained a high grade of scholarship, and honoring those who as lawyers, judges and teachers attained high distinction for their scholarly or professional accomplishments.

Yael R. Alyeshmerni

Shelley Attadgie 

Agnes K. Baik

Elana A. Bengualid

Jun 11, 2019

Inclusion is at the heart of Cardozo Law School’s community. The recently imposed government ban on transgender individuals serving in the military poses a problem for all institutions of higher learning committed to non-discriminatory practices. This new policy is antithetical to Cardozo’s core beliefs about inclusion and diversity in hiring.

Jun 6, 2019

Cardozo’s yearlong “Women’s Votes, Women’s Voices: The 19th Amendment at 100” event series kicked off on June 4, 2019 – exactly 100 years since the United States Congress granted women the right to vote by passing the 19th amendment on June 4, 1919.

Dean Melanie Leslie started the night by paying homage to the martyrs of the suffrage movement. She said the goal of the series is to reflect on how far women’s rights have come.

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