Aug 17, 2018

August 16, 2018 - Excitement, nervous energy and a sense of opportunity were in the air as the members of Cardozo’s Class of 2021 arrived for their first day of orientation. Students mingled over a breakfast spread before gathering in the Jacob Burns Moot Court Room, where Dean of Admissions David Martinidez and Dean Melanie Leslie officially welcomed Cardozo’s newest class to the school.


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Oct 17, 2018

Cardozo School of Law's business law program received an "A+" in preLaw magazine, and is one of eight programs in the nation to receive the top grade. The magazine took into account Cardozo's business law clinics, externships, journals, student groups, and whether the school has a concentration or center. 

Read more about Cardozo's business law program ranking. 

Oct 17, 2018

Cardozo School of Law's family law program received an "A" grade in preLaw magazine. The magazine took into count the breadth of curricular offerings in family law, including clinics, externships, journals, student groups, and a concentration or certificate. 

Read more about Cardozo's family law program ranking. 

Oct 16, 2018

Cardozo students made their mark October 13 and 14 at the 10th Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon, with the ADR Competition Honor Society winning first place in the Arbitration round, taking a top prize for the second consecutive year.

Oct 12, 2018

Professor Kate Shaw speaks to NYU Professor Ulrich Baer on his podcast "Think About It," about the role of the First Amendment in recent Supreme Court rulings, among other constitutional law topics. 

Listen to Professor Shaw on the podcast. 

Oct 11, 2018

Professor Deborah Pearlstein writes in Balkinization on how she thinks the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh will affect the Court's sociological legitimacy. 

Read Professor Pearlstein's opinion piece in Balikinization. 

Oct 10, 2018

Professor David Rudenstine appeared on Richard French Live on the Regional News Network (RNN) to talk about how Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh may impact the Supreme Court. 

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