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Jillian Erdheim SUMMER 2001
Cardozo LIFE

Nietzsche Comes of Age in America

Legal scholars are finding the work of Nietzsche and the questions that he posed to be relevant and perhaps an inspiration for people to rewrite the law 100 years after the great philosopher’s death .
By Peter Goodrich, Professor of Law

Prof. David Boies Cardozo: Enjoying a Transformation
The Law School is undergoing an extraordinary expansion and renovation. Upon completion Cardozo will boast a new facade and entrances, modern and technologically enhanced classrooms, and a larger and more commodious library, Jacob Burns Moot Court Room, and lobby.

Enjoying the Jobs of Their Lives: Alumni on the Bench
In speaking to several alumni who now sit as judges, Jeff Storey found that the day-to-day tasks and the ways these grads came to their jobs often are quite different. However, they did have one thing in common: They all agree they are in the job of their lives. 
By Jeff Storey '01


Around Campus
Clinton Receives Advocate for Peace Award - Cardozo Announces Capital Campaign - Students Raise $40,000 - Cardozo Publications Win Honors - Teleconferencing Facility Opens - Schuck Examines Diversity - Scholars Discuss IP - Baseball and the Law - Moot Court and Trial Teams Win - Ethics Center Fosters Dialogue - Boies Gives Insider View - Langfan Family Funds Contest - Negotiation Teams Win - Squadron Program Receives Grants - Divorce, Victorian-Style  

Faculty Briefs
Thirteen Professors To Visit - Rosenfeld: Sleepless on Sabbatical

Alumni News & Notes
Commencement - Reunions - Alumni Featured in the News - Cardozo Becomes CLE Provider - Alumni in D.C. - 3L Challenge Launched - New Giving Circles Support Capital Campaign 
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