John Grisham Speaks • Panel on Blackwater • Innocence Project Releases Groundbreaking Report • Jeffrey Sachs Receives Cardozo Peace Prize • Conference Addresses Military Ethics • Human Rights Advocate Speaks to Students • Intellectual Property Program • Floersheimer Center • Program in Law and Humanities • The Heyman Center • Public Service Auction Breaks Record • Students Bring Service, Intellect, Fun to Campus
De Grazia Named Professor Emeritus • Hamilton Advocates Legislation to Aid Sexual Abuse Victims • Tax Clinic Director Has Impact on IRS • Honors, Books, Panels & Papers
Max Frankel spent 50 years as a journalist and editor at The New York Times. With insight, too, as a Cardozo adjunct professor, he spoke at length with Cardozo Life editor Susan Davis about the contemporary state of journalism, the future of newspapers, and teaching as a way to learn.
Short, intensive seminars abroad are attracting students and enlightening them about the global, legal landscape.
Not everyone who receives a J.D. decides to practice law. Some even choose to study law with no intention of going into the field. However, in speaking to several Cardozo alumni working in a variety of professions, Kenneth Steir discovered that they all find their legal education immensely useful every day.
Alumni Honor Their Own at Iconic Landmark • Mid-Year Graduation Party • Law Firm Challenge • Focus on Vasundhra Prasad • Sheri Rosenberg Speaks at Annual Meeting • ClassActions • Cardozo on the Road • Cardozo Advancement • Alumni and Families Support Cardozo • Honor Roll for 2006–07