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Spring 1998 -- Cardozo Life

Features

An Interview with Stephen J. Schulte
Adjunct professor, vice chairman of the Board, partner at a major New York law firm, spouse of a Cardozo grad, and cochair of Friends of Cardozo, Steve Schulte talks of legal education, development, Cardozo, and the future.

The Jacob Burns Institute for Advanced Legal Studies
by JONATHAN KALSTROM
Ten years after Cardozo¹s founding, Jacob Burns decided that he wanted to do something that would give the Law School a strong presence on the national scene; thus was the Jacob Burns Institute for Advanced Legal Studies conceived.

Not Just Any Immigration Case
by LEON WILDES Adjunct Professor of Law
Only one lawyer can claim that he was successful in helping John Lennon and Yoko Ono with their immigration problems. In an annual lecture, Professor Wildes recalls the legal wrangling as well as the friendship that developed between him and his clients.

Members of the Adjunct Faculty Share A Celebrated Moment
by BARUCH WEISS, DANIEL SILVERMAN, ROSALIND LICHTER, BURTON LIPSHIE, SALLY GANONG POPE, AND MICHAEL ROSS

Cardozo Goes Residential by ANDREW ALPERN ¹92
Architectural historian and real estate lawyer Alpern takes a look at the rich history of the two buildings that, through a clever real estate deal, will become Cardozo¹s new residence hall.

Departments

The Dean's Message

Around Campus
Conference Examines Holocaust Issues € LL.M. Programs to Be Offered € Woodward Trial Lessons € Cochran Comes to Campus € Warren Buffett Teaches Class € Friends of Cardozo Reorganize € Moot Court Teams Win € Four Visiting Professors € Auction Raises $12,000

Faculty Briefs
Toby Golick Wins Distinguished Service Award € Programs at Oxford € News Briefs

Alumni News & Notes
Weingarten Becomes President of UFT € Annual Fund Exceeds Goal € Reflections on ITAP € BALLSA Reunion € ClassActions

Other Cardozo Publications

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