Jan 25, 2018

Professor Aaron Wright spoke to Legaltech News about the development of blockchain technology, its impact on the legal industry and what he sees for the future.

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Sep 7, 2017

Benjamin B. Ferencz, chief prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials, global genocide prevention activist and patron of the Benjamin B. Ferencz Human Rights and Atrocity Prevention Clinic, paid a visit to Cardozo to speak with current clinic students about his experiences at Nuremberg and ever since. Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum, clinic director, called the visit “inspiring for the students who are just getting out there.”

Getgen Kestenbaum said Ferencz, who is now 98 years old, continues to attend to crises around the globe and “doesn’t lose hope.”

Jul 24, 2017

The Marshall Project reported on changes to solitary confinement practices and improvement of conditions at prisons around the country. Professor Betsy Ginsberg said the class action lawsuit she and several students filed back in March will continue despite the recent improvements to ensure conditions are “constitutionally adequate, properly implemented, and permanent.”

Jun 22, 2017

Cardozo Immigration Justice Clinic

Students from Cardozo Law's Immigration Justice Clinic get real world, hands on experience. The students, and professor Lindsay Nash, recently worked with refugees in a U.S. immigration detention center in Dilley, TX.

Jun 5, 2017

Luis Mancheno, teaching fellow in Cardozo's Immigration Justice Clinic, has been named one of NBC’s NBC Out #Pride30 innovators and changemakers. Mancheno will also be honored by the New York City Comptroller’s Office as the LGBT activist of the year during their LGBTQ PRIDE celebration June 20. Visit NBC News for the full story.

May 12, 2017

The Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic had a big victory this week when one of their clients, “Mr. L.,” a Jamaican national, won his quest to avoid deportation. He was facing the possibility of torture or death if he returned to Jamaica.

Alexandra Jarymowycz ’18, and Steven Ashur ’17, worked on the case beginning in September 2016. They appealed the deportation order that Mr. L. had received when represented by his previous attorney and won the appeal of that decision from the Board of Immigration Appeals in December 2016. 

Apr 10, 2017

New York State will be the first in the nation to require lawyers for all immigrants facing deportation proceedings, and to ensure that no immigrant will be detained and permanently separated from his or her family solely because of the inability to afford a lawyer.

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