An Interview with Associate Justice Sandra Day O'Connor
When a delegation of three Associate Justices of the Supreme Court visited Cardozo to meet with members of the European Court of Justice, Prof. David Rudenstine took the opportunity to discuss the conference with Justice O'Connor as well as what it's been like to be the first woman appointed to the US Supreme Court.
Did Elgin Cheat at Marbles?
In researching the "legal" right of Britain to lay claim to sculptures from the Athenian Parthenon, Professor Rudenstine found a lack of evidence to prove that their Ambassador, Lord Elgin, had the right to take the sculptures from Greece nearly two centuries ago. The article outlines his research and findings on which a future book will be based.
By David Rudenstine, Dr. Herman George & Kate Kaiser Professor of Constitutional Law
Dream Field: Intellectual Property and New Media
At last count, nearly 1,000 Cardozo alumni are practicing in the field of communications, new media, entertainment, art, and intellectual property law. They work on both coasts, in firms large and small, in international companies, and new Internet start-ups. Six graduates, representing classes from three decades, talk about their jobs, the field, and the future.
By Jeff Storey '01
Gift Planning: A Solution for Your Clients
There are numerous and creative ways for people to make charitable gifts, preserve wealth, and plan their estates. Planned charitable gifts are sophisticated techniques with which every lawyer should be knowledgeable so that their clients can benefit.
By Henry Rubin, Esq., Senior Director of Development, Yeshiva University
Supreme Court Justices and European Counterparts Meet - $5 Million Gift Will Establish Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy - Heyman Lectures Provide Lessons - Sterk Appointed Senior Associate Dean - Stellar Panelists at Art and Cultural Property Conference - Alum Starts Holocaust Claims Restitution Clinic - Ambassador Holbrooke Honored - John Marth '00 Wins Skadden Fellowship - Moot Court Teams Win Top Honors - Class of '99 Employment Stats Up - BALLSA Completes Active Year
Book Party for Scheck and Neufeld - Rudenstine Named Fellow at Princeton - Hamilton Named Lee Chair - Stein Appointed to Faculty - Herz: The Consummate Academic Administrator - Fine Named Director of Graduate Programs - News Briefs
Alumni News & Notes
Senator Schumer Addresses 22nd Commencement - 30 Named to Order of the Coif - New Media Panel - BALLSA Reunion