The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (CJCR) features topics in alternative dispute resolution and mediation. The Journal reflects the prominence of Cardozo’s program in Alternative Dispute Resolution, which includes the school's pioneering mediation clinic; participation in intraschool and national counseling, negotiation, and mediation advocacy competitions; a student chapter of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution; and various other symposia and events.

The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution is number eight in the nation in the broad field of “Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution” in the Washington & Lee University Law Journal Rankings.

The Journal, published three times a year, is a key component of the Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution. It aims to explore all aspects of this burgeoning field of law and its relationship to legal practice, scholarship, and jurisprudence.

CJCR also sponsors an annual International Advocate for Peace (IAP) Award. This award honors individuals who embody a passion for and commitment to the pursuit of peace and of resolution of difficult international problems. Recipients come to Cardozo to present a speach on conflict and resolution. Award recipients include: President Jimmy Carter, President BIll Clinton, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, Senator George Mitchell, John Wallach and Seeds of Peace, playwright Eve Ensler, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Betty Murungi, Ambassador Dennis Ross, and Abigail Disney.

Contact eic@cardozojcr.com for more information.