Look back at 40 years of Cardozo Law through the eyes of the school's alumni and deans. Featuring Dean Melanie Leslie '91, Mark Yagerman '79, Stephen Breitstone '82, Ira Dizengoff '92, Emily Tisch Sussman '08, Monroe Price (Dean, 1982-1991), and Professor David Rudenstine (Dean, 2001-2009).

In the days after the Trump adminstrtion issued its excecutive order on immigration, Cardozo School of Law professors and students in the Kathryn O.

Many professionals will tell you that studying theory doesn’t compare to doing something for real. That sort of experiential teaching is central to one of Cardozo’s most innovative programs: ITAP, the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program. 

Professor Christopher Buccafusco discusses the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case involving copyright and cheerleader uniforms. 

Dean Melanie Leslie spoke with Cardozo's incoming class of 2019 at orientation on Thursday, August 18, 2016. The students, who are part of the school's 40th class, learned about Cardozo's history of ambition, innovation, leadership and activism.

Members of Cardozo's class of 2019 took time out from meeting faculty and their fellow students to talk a bit about why they chose the law school. 

With the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, Cardozo professors Michael Herz, Kate Shaw, and David Rudenstine discuss how having an even number of justices impacts the United States Supreme Court.

The Public Service Stipend raises money for students so that they can pursue otherwise uncompensated internships in the public sector. It is supported in part by the Annual Public Service Auction. In this video, some of the recipients of the stipend talk about their experiences.

Creative companies need creative lawyers. Three Cardozo professors—Barbara Kolsun, Jeanne Schroeder, and Aaron Wright—discuss the relationship between a company's CEO and its General Counsel.