Telford Taylor 1908-1998
A member of Cardozo's founding faculty, Telford Taylor was a giant in the legal world. Best known for his role as chief US prosecutor at the Nuremburg trials, Taylor is remembered as a principled, vocal lawyer and professor who revealed his might through his prodigious writings.
By David Rudenstine, Dr. Herman George & Kate Kaiser Professor Of Constitutional Law
Gossip v. Public Discourse
US citizens have a birthright to voice their opinions and participate in political debates. According to Professor Weisberg, the current vogue for gossip about and fascination with celebrities and public figures has rendered us passive while degrading gossip as a genre.
By Richard Weisberg, Walter Floersheimer Professor Of Constitutional Law
DeGrazia & Ginsberg: A Remembrance
of Their Struggle Against Censorship
Artists and publishers benefit every day from the work that Professor de Grazia has done for freedom of expression. He remembers the trials of William Burroughs' Naked Lunch and Allen Ginsberg's Howl, and the relationship that he and Ginsberg forged during these historic battles.
By Edward De Grazia, Professor Of Law
An Interview with Jacques Derrida
The famed philosopher and father of deconstruction has visited Cardozo regularly for the past 10 years. Prior to a public panel on "Mercy and Forgiveness," he met with Michel Rosenfeld, Sydney L. Robins Professor of Human Rights, and discussed his relationship to and interest in the law, his background as an Algerian Jew, and his thoughts on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa.
Dean Donates Ellis Island Papers to Library - Class of 2001 Arrives on Campus - Three Join Board - Golove & Schwartz Join Faculty - Music & Legal Theory - The Heyman Center's New Programs - Intellectual Property Program Expands - Nondelegation Doctrine Discussed
Scheck Calls for National Innocence Network - Faculty Add Six New Books to Cardozo List - Verkuil Travels With Supreme Court Justices - Three Testify Before Congress - News Briefs
Alumni News & Notes
Graduation 1998 - Reunions for Classes of '83, '88, & '93 - Board & Alumni Join Friends & Faculty