Cardozo’s Professor Kate Shaw Talks With MSNBC’s Chris Hayes About the Future Under Trump

The uncertain future of the Trump administration has many Americans wondering just what to expect over the next four years. Chris Hayes, journalist, commentator and host of the MSNBC show All In With Chris Hayes, spoke with Cardozo professor Kate Shaw, co-director of the school’s Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy, Tues., Jan.

Cardozo’s Public Service Law Week Kicks Off With a Look at Press Freedoms in the Trump Era

January 24, 2017 - It was a discussion for our time—two journalists and a top media lawyer—discussing their fears and hopes for freedom of the press during one of the most tumultuous government transitions in modern history. The trio, interviewed by Raquel Wildes, a first-year student in the LLM program, delved into the role of the media, the fragmentation of audiences by social media and the public appetite for truth in a time of “alternative facts.”

Spring 2017 Faculty Development Workshops

The Jacob Burns Institute for Advanced Legal Studies at Cardozo School of Law is pleased to announce its spring 2017 Faculty Development Workshops.

Professor David Rudenstine’s Book, "The Age of Deference: The Supreme Court, National Security, and the Constitutional Order" Sparks Vibrant Debate

A panel of distinguished experts captivated a packed Jacob Burns Moot Court Room on September 19 with a robust and lively discussion of the Supreme Court’s approach to the executive branch in cases involving national security over the past seven decades.

Tech Talks Series: Video Games and eSports

Join us for a series of three panels on the legal issues arising from video games.

Cardozo Celebrates 40 Years with Public Events and Reflections on Major Milestones

A lot has happened from Cardozo Law's founding in 1976 to the first day of classes in 2016. The school kicks-off a year-long celebration to highlight the enormous achievements made by our faculty, alumni and students over 40 years.

Cardozo Hosts National Criminal Law and Procedure Conference

On July 11-12, for the second year in a row, Cardozo hosted CrimFest, an annual national works-in-progress conference for criminal law and procedure scholars.

Cardozo Law Institute in Holocaust and Human Rights and the Floersheimer Center Host Workshop on International Law in National Security

Topics included: detention operations in non-international armed conflict; state responsibility for non-state actors in conflict; and the application of human rights law to extraterritorial counterterrorism operations.

Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World

April 18, 2016 - Students and faculty joined Linda Hirshman, author of the best-selling book Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World, for a fun and informative conversation about these two monumental justices. Ms. Hirshman was joined by Professors Kate Shaw and Julie Suk. The talk, which was followed by a book signing, was presented by the Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy at Cardozo School of Law. 

From Harper Collins

Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law Symposium Highlighted in China Daily

When considering international expansion, a company should take moves to protect its brand, name and trade secrets before embarking overseas, according to participants in a seminar at the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in New York.