Cardozo Law Clinics Program

Cardozo Law's Clinical Program Brings Law to Life

Cardozo School of Law's experiential learning programs take students out of the classroom, allowing them to hone their skills in real-world settings such as the courtroom.

Sanchez, a dissident Cuban blogger, previously visited Cardozo Law to speak with students about life as an activist under the Castro regime, the role of technology in free speech, and the importance of sharing her experiences with others.

In the My New York video series, students and alumni speak about their professional and personal connections to New York City.

Leon Wildes, the lawyer whose work prevented former Beatle John Lennon from being deported in the 1970s, appeared on MSNBC's “The Last World With Lawrence O'Donnell” on November 18, 2014.

In the My New York video series, students and alumni speak about their professional and personal connections to New York City. In this video, Cardozo Law alumna Alexandra Simmerson '14 talks about studying fashion law in New York City.

Cardozo School of Law's experiential learning programs take students out of the classroom, allowing them to hone their skills in real-world settings such as the courtroom.

Former U.S. Attorney and privacy expert Joseph DeMarco, Cardozo Professor Felix Wu, attorney Sylvain Métille, and ACLU attorney Nathan Wessler joined in a panel discussion on comparative surveillance law.

Former U.S. Attorney and privacy expert Joseph DeMarco, Cardozo Professor Felix Wu, attorney Sylvain Métille, and ACLU attorney Nathan Wessler joined in a panel discussion on comparative surveillance law.

As a student in the Innocence Project clinic, Rachel Pecker '13 helped win Michael Morton's freedom after he spent 25 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. The Innocence Project was started in 1992 at Cardozo Law by Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld.

Jonathan Henes '96 visited Cardozo Law in September 2014 to talk to students about his road to success, saying "you never want to stop growing, you always want to continue to grow." His talk was part of the Dean's Speaker Series lunchtime events.