Feb 22, 2018

The publication honors 20 law students across the nation who "contributed the most to their law schools and communities in the past year.""


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Dec 7, 2017

Professor Michel Rosenfeld, co-organizer of the upcoming colloquium "Citizenship, Religion, Identity" 

In Spring 2018, Cardozo School of Law and Columbia University Law School will host a colloquium on religious conflict. The first meeting on January 18 will be hosted at Columbia, the second will be hosted at Cardozo, and the location will alternate until the end of the semester. Cardozo Professor Michel Rosenfeld is organizing the colloquium along with Professor Jamal Greene of Columbia and Professor Susanna Mancini of Bologna University Law School.

Oct 23, 2017

Student Profile: Keegan Stephan, Legal Activist

Cardozo Law student and prominent political organizer Keegan Stephan '19 on his realization that "it's the lawyers doing the most critical work" in social justice movements.

Aug 25, 2017
Congratulations to Professor Alexander Reinert, Director of Cardozo’s Center for Rights and Justice. Along with the civil rights law firm Cuti Hecker Wang, Professor Reinert negotiated a multi-million dollar class-action settlement on behalf of more than 450 people subjected to solitary confinement in New York City jails. After 15 months of negotiations the City agreed to pay nearly $5 million to settle the case.
Aug 21, 2017

Grant From Google Helps Launch the Cardozo/Google Project for Patent Diversity

Initiative to help women and U.S.-born minority entrepreneurs obtain patents

Aug 17, 2017

Cardozo Law’s Class of 2020 arrived en masse for the first day of orientation, which kicked off with a welcome breakfast and words of encouragement from Dean Melanie Leslie and Dean of Admissions David Martinidez.

“As of this moment you are Cardozo law students,” said Dean Martinidez. “And you are members of the legal profession.”

Mar 15, 2017

The magazine obtained its data for the ranking from the ABA, and based their rankings on the number of clinical positions filed compared to the number of students enrolled in the school. 

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