Format: 2016-12
Oct 11, 2016

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.

Oct 7, 2016

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

Oct 7, 2016

The Monrad G. Paulsen Competition is an intramural moot court competition where 2Ls and 3Ls earn an academic credit. Students must write a brief based on a criminal law problem written by members of the Moot Court Honor Society and then compete in oral arguments.

Sep 16, 2016

Professor Marci Hamilton, the founder of Cardozo’s highly successful Intellectual Property Law Program, a highly regarded professor of constitutional law, constitutional litigator, and one of the nation’s leading church-state scholars and advocates for women’s and children’s rights, has announced her retirement from the full-time faculty of Cardozo School of Law.

Sep 16, 2016

Professor Rekosh’s work in human rights includes 10 years in Romania and Hungary assisting the development of human rights groups there and elsewhere in Central and Eastern Europe, as new constitutional orders emerged. He has pioneered innovative projects in China and in over 30 other countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America

Aug 30, 2016

Dean Melanie Leslie On Cardozo's Four Pillars of Education

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. "It's our 40th year, so I want to talk about the things that have made the law school great," said Dean Leslie. "The four values that characterize us and explain why we're different than other law schools."

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