Professor Lester Brickman Testifies at Hearing by U.S. House Judiciary Subcommittee on Asbestos Claim Transparency ActFeb 6, 2015
Professor Brickman spoke in support of the act, which would require asbestos bankruptcy trusts to release information on those seeking compensation in quarterly reports.
CA Court of Appeals Medical Malpractice Decision Relies on Professor Alex Stein's Iowa Law Review ArticleFeb 3, 2015
California’s Court of Appeal has recently delivered a first-impression decision on the conditions under which a patient’s own negligence can be asserted as a defense against medical malpractice allegations.
Oct 30, 2014
I am very proud of the scholarship produced by Cardozo School of Law's highly accomplished faculty. I want to share with you some of their groundbreaking work from the past year. Please take a moment to review their news and publications, and let me know if you have any thoughts or comments.
Dean and Professor of Law
Professor Hamilton's amicus brief argues that the Hobby Lobby case is testimony to the fact that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is unconstitutional. In the case, Hobby Lobby is arguing that paying for their employees’ birth control, a requirement under the Affordable Care Act, violates their company’s religious freedom.
Cardozo Law faculty continue to make headlines with their impressive scholarship. Brian Leiter's Law School Reports, one of the most respected publications for law school faculty rankings, ranked schools based on the "best faculties" in terms of scholarly distinction. Cardozo Law was ranked number 41 on the list of the country's Top 50 Best Law Faculties.