Cardozo has offered short-term (10-14 days long) intensive programs abroad scheduled during winter breaks. These courses created an opportunity for Cardozo students to study abroad for less time than a full summer or semester program.

Each seminar was unique in focus and location. See the Cardozo seminars abroad photo page.

Past seminars abroad:

Winter 2015

Winter 2014

  • Between International Norms and National Imperatives: Cambodia at a Crossroads
    January 2-13, 2014
  • A Capitol Practice: Lawyering in Washington, DC
    January 5-10, 2014
  • Pro Bono Project: Asylum Access Ecuador
    January 6-14, 2014

Download theinformation packet for further details.

Winter 2013

  • Individual and Communitarian Rights in Twenty-First Century Cuba
    January 6-13, 2013
    Professors Jennifer Blasser and David Rudenstine
    See a video of Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez' visit to Cardozo following the Cuba Seminar Abroad
  • Justice and Reconciliation: Conflict Resolution and Evolution in South Africa
    January 3-13, 2013
    Professors Lela Love and Leslie Salzman

Download the information packet for further details.

Winter 2012

  • Global and Comparative Perspectives on Business and Intellectual Property Law in China and Hong Kong
    January 2 - 11, 2012
    Professors Stewart Sterk and Charles Yablon
  • Mediation, Restorative Justice and Conflict Management Initiatives in Israel
    January 1-11, 2012
    Professors Lela Love and Leslie Salzman

    Download the information packet for further details.

Winter 2011

  • Comparative Judicial Systems: France and the United States
    Paris, France
    January 4-14, 2011
    Download the itinerary
  • Theories of Justice in Ecuador:  Two Systems of Justice Coexisting Under One Constitution
    Quito, Ecuador
    January  6-16 2011
    Download the itinerary
    Read the Cardozo Jurist article written by a participant

    Download the information packet for further details.

Winter 2010

Law in China
January 4-14, 2010
Download the itinerary
Read the Cardozo Jurist article written by a participant