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Justice O’Connor Encourages 2004 Graduates to “Build Bridges”
Cardozo Pioneers Return to Celebrate 25th Reunion
Twists and Turns on the Fast Track to Partner Tammy Bieber ’95
Cardozo Graduates Join Forces at Law Firm
Cardozo Women Off to a Strong Start
Berg Foundation Funds Stipends for Fourth Year
New Appointments Announced for Career Services and Development
Sheri Rosenberg ’94 Directs New Human Rights And Genocide Prevention Clinic
Alumni Admitted to US Supreme Court
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Cardozo Alumni $1 Million Challenge
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Cardozo Women Off to a Strong Start

(From left) Tanya Kennedy ’92, Xiaoshan Ren ’00, Lois Kinney ’03, Amy Mosery ’99, and Elena Baier ’01

“As natural allies, we have the opportunity if not the responsibility to help one another professionally and, at the same time, enrich our own and Cardozo’s future,” said Bonnie Steingart ’79, founder of Cardozo Women and chair of its steering committee, at the group’s inaugural event in July at the Law School. The event, attended by more than 150 alumnae, provided a significant networking opportunity for alumnae who work in the full complement of legal practice areas—in business, on the bench, and in the public interest arena.


Three alumnae who have followed very different career paths—Hon. Sandra Feuerstein ’79, United States District Judge, Eastern District of New York; Stephanie Mudick ’81, CAO and EVP, Global Consumer Group, Citigroup Inc; and Bonnie Steingart ’79, partner, Fried, Frank, Shriver & Jacobson, gave detailed accounts of their professional journeys. Mudick, who helped organize the event, which included a buffet dinner, commented, “The response to Cardozo Women has been uniformly enthusiastic. We are encouraged and confident that we can create systems to support one another and Cardozo.”

A series of programs is planned for the 2004–05 academic year, including more networking events, a panel discussion on rainmaking issues, and programs cosponsored with The Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance and the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. You will be receiving information or invitations to future events soon.

If you are interested in becoming involved in Cardozo Women or want more information, contact Bonnie Steingart at SteinBo@ffhsj.com.