May 23, 2014

Professor Wright is a Cardozo alumnus who co-founded the highly successful wiki-based company ArmchairGM, a sports database that was sold to Wikia in 2006.


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Sep 10, 2014
In the upcoming issue of Cardozo Life, we profile Kian Khatibi '14, who was convicted and sent to prison for almost 10 years for two stabbings he did not commit. Khatibi graduated from Cardozo School of Law this May. View a sneak preview of the article.  
Sep 9, 2014
Crain's New York - If a brand isn't used for three consecutive years and there are no plans for a revival, it's typically considered abandoned and others can take it, said Kai Falkenberg, a professor at Yeshiva University's Cardozo School of Law.
Sep 3, 2014
Huffington Post - A young unarmed black man is suspected of committing a petty theft, is confronted by a police officer and, trying to flee, he is shot in the head and killed. His grieving family and angered community turn to the legal system to vindicate his life; to stand for the idea that no system can be labeled a justice system if it ignores the killing of a young man merely on suspicion of a minor crime.
Sep 3, 2014
Bloomberg View - Amazon.com Inc.'s announcement last week that it would pay $970 million in cash to buy Twitch Interactive Inc., a hugely popular game-streaming service that is just over three years old, marks a key moment for telecommunications policy in the U.S. But the reason might be unexpected.
Sep 3, 2014
Voice of America - Deborah Pearlstein, professor at Yeshiva University Cardozo School of Law, said there currently was no law that prohibits the U.S. government from paying ransom to or negotiating with the terrorist groups.
Sep 3, 2014
New York Times - The juxtaposition of the two cases may color the justices’ analysis in the second one, said Marci A. Hamilton, a law professor at Cardozo Law School. “After going out on a limb by providing newfound rights to corporations,” she said, “are they now going to turn around and say that prisoners can’t grow beards?”

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