DINNER COMMEMORATES 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF
|At Cardozo’s historic three-day conference on the Nuremberg war
crimes trials, special guests, participants, and students attended a
celebratory dinner marking the founding of Cardozo’s Program in
Holocaust and Human Rights Studies. The conference, organized and
presented by the Program, and the dinner were made possible by the
generous support of The David Berg Foundation. (From left) Cardozo
Board Chair Kathryn O. Greenberg, The David Berg Foundation
President Michele Tocci and Director William Zabel, Dean
Rudenstine, lead Nuremberg prosecutor and dinner keynote speaker
Whitney Harris, conference coorganizers and director and deputy
director, respectively, of the Program in Holocaust and Human Rights
Studies—Professors Richard Weisberg and Sheri Rosenberg ’94.|
Jacob Burns Portrait Dedication
The Cardozo board, faculty members, and students of the Moot Court
Honor Society gathered in the Jacob Burns Moot Court Room for the
dedication of former Board Chairman Jacob Burns’s self-portrait.
(From left) Dean Rudenstine, Board Chair Kathryn O. Greenberg ’82,
and Board Treasurer Barry Shenkman, grandson of Jacob Burns, who
spoke about his grandfather’s past leadership and enduring vision for
the Law School.
Contracts and Bagels
The Annual Parents Brunch —which brings students and their parents together
on campus for mock classes, tours, and a chance to meet informally with Dean
Rudenstine, faculty, and members of the administration — is always one of the Law School’s most popular events. An overflow crowd included Jenny Neslin ’07 and her father, Scott.
Two Join Board
Richard L. Perkal ’81, senior managing director at Bear Sterns, and Boaz Weinstein, head of global credit trading for the US and Europe at Deutsche Bank, were elected to the Cardozo Board of Directors at its June meeting. With Mr. Perkal, there are now 13 members of the Board who are graduates
of the Law School. Mr. Perkal was an editor of the Cardozo Law Review and prior to Bear Sterns was a partner from 1988 in the Washington, DC corporate practice of Kirkland & Ellis and served on
the firm’s finance and operations committees.
At Deutsche Bank, Mr. Weinstein is responsible for managing
traders who cover the credit spectrum of products, client businesses,
and proprietary strategies. He teaches finance at NYU’s School of
Continuing and Professional Studies and holds the title of Life
Master in chess. Mr. Weinstein holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy
from the University of Michigan.