Mar 12, 2019

Cardozo School of Law rose four places to number 52 in the U.S. News & World Report law school rankings this year, continuing a multi-year upward trajectory. Cardozo has jumped 23 places in the rankings over the past four years. In addition, Cardozo’s alternative dispute resolution program was ranked eighth in the country and first in New York City, and the intellectual property program was ranked 13th nationally and second in New York City. 

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Nov 15, 2018

Professor Myriam Gilles' article The Day Doctrine Died: Private Arbitration and the Rule of Law is the sole article awarded High Distinction by the Pound Civil Justice Institute's 2019 Civil Justice Scholarship Award. Her article was picked for its ability to demonstrate the impact of forced arbitration on the rule of law. She will be honored at the American Association for Justice's winter convention in Miami in February.

Oct 25, 2018

Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum's United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) report Respecting Rights? Measuring the World's Blasphemy Laws was cited in a CNN article on Ireland's vote in referendum to remove the offense of blasphemy from its constitution. 

Oct 25, 2018

Professor Stewart Sterk was listed as the sixth most-cited property law faculty in the U.S. from 2013 to 2017 by Brian Leiter's Law School Reports. He had 315 citations in that time period. Congratulations to Professor Sterk!

Oct 9, 2018

Justices Will Side With Federal Retirees In W.Va. Tax Case

By Edward Zelinsky

Law360 - James Dawson is a retired U.S. marshal who resides in West Virginia. He receives a pension from the Federal Employees Retirement System, or FERS. Because Dawson is less than 65 years old,[1] he excludes for West Virginia income tax purposes the first $2,000 of his annual retirement income. West Virginia taxes the rest of Dawson’s FERS pension.

Oct 4, 2018

Congratulations to Professor Stewart Sterk for being named the recipient of the 2018 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Prize from the William & Mary Law School Property Rights Project. The prize is presented annually to a "scholar, practitioner or jurist whose work affirms the fundamental importance of property rights."

Professor Sterk was honored at the Brigham Kanner Property Rights Conference on October 4-5, 2018.

Oct 4, 2018

Her piece, The Necessity of the Good Person Prosecutor, argues that people who care deeply about social justice can and should become prosecutors.

The Cardozo Office of Communications & Public Affairs