Matthew Diller Named Dean • Immigration Clinic Gets Secret Memos • Child Abuse Survivors Advocate for Bill • Guantanamo • Liptak on the Court • Cardozo’s Books • Sorkin Talks • Appiah on Religion • Rwanda Conference • Shylock v. Antonio • Intellectual Property • Kukin Program • Religious Revival Challenges Constitutionalism • The Heyman Center • Student Activities
Weisberg Awarded Legion of Honor • Stanley Fish Discusses Academic Freedom • Ed Stein Named Vice Dean • Cyberlaw Scholar Appointed • Minzner to FERC • Rosenberg Argues Human Rights Case • Visitors, Honors, Papers, Panels, Speeches
An Interview with Bernhard Schlink An affiliated faculty member and regular visitor, Bernhard Schlink is a legal scholar and award-winning novelist. Cardozo Life editor Susan Davis sat down with him just as the major motion picture based on his book The Reader was garnering serious critical attention.
"You shall love the stranger, for you yourselves were once strangers in the land of Egypt." PDF JUDITH LEVINE
Called the civil rights movement of the 21st century, immigration law has taken on an entirely new dimension since 9/11. With a growing program that includes a dynamic new clinic, Cardozo and its alumni stand at the center of a legal specialty that aspires to the highest American ideals.
Arguing Ashcroft v. Iqbal: A View from the Lectern PDF Prof. Alex Reinert
Many dream of taking a case to the Supreme Court, while few ever get to argue one there. Professor Reinert gives us a behind-the-scenes look at his preparation for and argument of Ashcroft v. Iqbal.
Members of the class of 2009 profiled here are in agreement: one personal experience or professor made a huge difference as they pursued their legal education.
Commencement • Order of the Coif • CARDOZO WOMEN • Focus on Craig Brody ’00 • Rudenstine Named Alumnus of the Year • Cardozo on the Road • Reunions • Cardozo Advancement • Parents Council • Public Service Auction Raises $365,000 • Board News