Faculty at Cardozo Law (Yeshiva University) Ranks 29th Nationally in New Study of Scholarly Impact
Cardozo Law ranks as one of the most influential law schools in the country, and in the top three in NYC
New York, N.Y. Aug. 11, 2015 — A new study measuring the scholarly impact of law faculties ranked Cardozo School of Law (Yeshiva University) 29th in the nation, and in third place among New York City law schools after Columbia and NYU. Published by the University of St. Thomas School of Law, the study measured the impact of law faculties based on citations in scholarly journals for the years 2010-2014. Cardozo Law is widely respected for a faculty that is engaged in the world at large as well as impassioned about teaching.
"This study, like its predecessors, confirms that Cardozo professors are in the thick of the scholarly conversation in American law schools," said Dean Melanie Leslie. "They produce work that is influential and illuminating and with which professors around the country are deeply engaged."
About Cardozo Law:
Cardozo Law provides a world-class legal education in New York City that encourages and supports creative thinking and effective action in all fields of law. Cardozo is renowned for the creation of the Innocence Project as well as its visionary programs in Intellectual Property and Information Law and alternative dispute resolution. Recent innovative programs include the Cardozo Data Law Initiative and the Tech Startup Clinic. Cardozo’s FAME Center provides leadership in fashion, arts, media and entertainment law.
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