Cardozo Law Students Compete in the International Commercial Mediation Competition in Paris

Students Zack Beal '16, Kori Clanton '15 and Joenni Abrehu '16 traveled with Professor Lela Love to Paris to attend the International Commercial Mediation Competition (ICC) in Paris from February 5th-11, 2015.

Cardozo Law Students Place 2nd in National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition

 

From left, Daniel Day '15, Vlada Monaenkova '16, Professor Lucille Roussin '96, and Zachary Gotlib '16 pose with the award for Second Place at the 2015 National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition Awards Ceremony at The Standard Club in Chicago, Illinois. 

Cardozo Law Students Place 2nd in National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition

Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution to Honor Judge Daniel Weinstein with the International Advocate for Peace Award

February 26, 2015 – New York, NY – Judge Weinstein was chosen for this honor for founding and supporting the Weinstein JAMS International Fellowship Program. The program, which began in 2008, has shepherded 61 fellows from 50 countries to study mediation and dispute resolution processes in the United States under the guidance of experienced JAMS panelists.

Ashley Alenick '17 Selected for Points of Light Award for Work in Providing Toothbrushes to Those in Need

The Alenick family has been key contributors in a global effort that has helped put more than 150,000 toothbrushes in the hands of people living in 60 developing countries.

Cardozo Students Win First Place at 20th Annual Mardi Gras Sports Law Invitational

From left, Vino Jayaraman '16 and Joseph Kammerman '16

February 17, 2015 - Competitors Joseph Kammerman '16 and Vino Jayaraman '16 won First Place at the 20th Annual Mardi Gras Sports Law Invitational from a field of 32 teams from across the country. Additionally, brief writers Joseph Kammerman '16, Vino Jayaraman '16 and Shanitra Waymire '15 were awarded Third Best Brief at the Invitational. Congratulations students! 

10th Annual INSPIRE! Awards Honor Those Who Defend the Rights of Immigrants

Each year, the Public Service Law Center and the Public Service Scholars at Cardozo Law honor those in our community who work to inspire us to advocate for social change. The 10th Annual INSPIRE! Awards on January 29, 2015, celebrated those in Cardozo Law's Immigration Justice Clinic faculty, and alumni who work to defend the rights of immigrants. 

The 2015 INSPIRE! honorees were:

Faculty:

Criminal Appeals Clinic Registers a Win, Reducing Client's Sentence

The Criminal Appeals Clinic registered another success when, on January 22, the Appellate Division reduced a client’s sentence from ten years to seven years.

Cardozo's Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP)

Two hundred lawyers and judges work with students in Cardozo's two-week top trial course, ITAP.

Matthew Diller to Conclude Six Years of Service as Cardozo’s Dean in June 2015

Matthew Diller will leave his position as the dean of Cardozo School of Law at the end of the academic year in June 2015 to become the dean of Fordham Law School, where he spent 16 years as a professor and associate dean.

My New York: Ben Cooper '14

In the My New York video series, students and alumni speak about their professional and personal connections to New York City. In this video, Ben Cooper '14 talks about the exceptional faculty at Cardozo Law, the friends he made during his time in law school, and how living in NYC helped him get into corporate law.