ABC News/Associated Press - "It's really citizens scolding what they thought was a political investigation. Look at what they indicted them on," said Ekow N. Yankah, a law professor at the Cardozo School of Law in New York.
The New Yorker - In earlier times, Congress did not interfere with Administration plans to release Nazis, Viet Cong, or, more recently, war-on-terror prisoners held in Iraq. (Professor Deborah Pearlstein, of Cardozo Law, has given a thorough account of this history.)
Reuters - "The real challenge will be whether or not having more women's representation in decision-making positions trickles down to actual on-the-ground economic empowerment for women in all levels of society." - Prof. Julie Suk
"We can help international LL.M. students become lawyers who understand the dynamics of transactions, brand protection, and challenging intellectual property issues in the states and in the global market."
RAMP jobs offered to recent graduates have increased almost four-fold since 2013, when the program was created. In 2015, 130 employers partnered with Cardozo Law to offer jobs through RAMP, and to date, 33 students from the class of 2015 secured jobs through the program.
Forbes - Schwadron, who fashions himself a crusader as well as an entrepreneur, invokes legal academics like Anthony Sebok of Yeshiva University’s Cardozo Law School, who contends insurance companies have too much bargaining power. Lending money to individual plaintiffs, the argument goes, allows them to hold out for fatter settlements.