88b Are You in the Know? -- Spring 1998 Cardozo Life 1000

Are You in the Know?

Be on the cutting edge of the hottest legal issues.

 

The Cardozo Law Review

You won't want to miss the latest issue devoted to the Journal's symposium on the legendary investor entitled "Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate Lawyers." Recent issues have included symposiums on legal theory, including the revival of pragmatism and an examination of the philosophy of Jürgen Habermas; another recent double issue, "Bondage, Freedom & the Constitution," focuses on new slavery scholarship. The Law Review, a student-run organization, actively solicits outstanding contributions from scholars and practitioners in all fields of law.

Subscriptions: $40/year (six issues); single issue $8; double issue $16. Contact: Administrative Editor, The Cardozo Law Review, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Phone: (212) 790-0355. E-mail: cardlrev@ymail.yu.edu.

 

Cardozo's Women's Law Journal

Is mandatory testing of newborns and their mothers constitutionally problematic? Has the academic community deemed legal writing instruction "mere women's work"? Medical malpractice­is it forcing mothers into substandard care and obstetricians out of practice? For answers to family law's most challenging dilemmas, for the most incisive works on a broad range of gender-based legal topics, for articles by the legal community's most respected scholars and practitioners, subscribe to the Cardozo Women's Law Journal.

Subscriptions: $45 /year (two issues), $30 student, $60 corporate. Contact: Cardozo Women's Law Journal, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Phone: (212) 790-0239.

 

Post-Soviet Media Law and Policy Newsletter

The only journal of its kind, the bimonthly Newsletter, founded in 1992 by Prof. Monroe Price, follows the emerging media laws and policy in the former Soviet Union, and post-communist East and Central Europe. Find out about developing media policy and press laws, censorship, defamation, privatization and the closing of media outlets, and foreign investment in media and telecommunications in the region. Newsletter supplements also provide in-depth regional analysis and annual human rights reports.

Subscriptions: $125 institutions, $50 individuals. Contact: Monroe E. Price, Editor, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Phone: (212) 790-0402, Fax: (212) 790-0205. E-mail: price@ymail.yu.edu

 

Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal

New technology poses new legal questions that affect whoever uses on-line services. Are you infringing copyright law by downloading or uploading information? What if a big company doesn't like what you say about it in an e-mail message? Is this defamation? Who and what are behind the new television ratings system? The Journal has recently focused on these cutting-edge topics and developments in intellectual property protection that have far-reaching influence on mass-media outlets as well as individual authors and performers.

Subscriptions: $28/ year (three issues); special issues $13; single issue $10. Contact: Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Phone: (212) 790-0292. E-mail: cdzoaelj@ymail.yu.edu.

 

Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law

Gain insight into international legal developments. Articles by law scholars and notes by students cover a variety of current topics, including: ascension into NAFTA contingen 670 t on improvement in worker rights, the legitimacy of prenatal gender testing in India, and comparisons of same-sex marriage laws in Europe.

Subscriptions: $14/ volume, domestic; $16 foreign; $8/issue, domestic; $10 foreign. Contact: Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Phone: (212) 790-0264.

 

Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature

Explore the confluence of legal and literary issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. Subjects range from First Amendment religion and free-speech jurisprudence to the study of legal rhetoric in and as literature. Book reviews, original works of fiction, and art are regularly included.

Subscriptions: $20/year (two issues), $50 institutions, $18 students. Contact: Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Phone: (212) 790-0370.

 

New York Real Estate Law Reporter

Be informed on the latest issues in landlord-tenant law, condominiums and co-operatives, real estate development law, and real property law. The New York Real Estate Law Reporter features summary and analysis of significant recent cases, combined with insightful articles by distinguished practitioners.

Subscriptions: $210/ year (12 issues). Contact: New York Real Estate Law Reporter, Leader Publications, 345 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010. Phone: (212) 545-6170 or (800) 888-8300, ext. 6170.

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