May 20, 2016

The National Law Journal lists Cardozo among the top 50 schools with the highest percentage of 2015 graduates in what the publication describes as the "gold standard for lawyer jobs." The New York Law Journal says, "Cardozo Law Dean Melanie Leslie attributed the improving fortunes of its graduates to a 'top-to-bottom' review of its placement strategies as well as reviewing where growth is occurring in the New York legal market. 'The key has been understanding the job market and providing the right information and connections to our graduates,' Leslie said."


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Jul 29, 2016

After receiving a Fulbright- FAPERGS teaching fellowship, Telford Taylor Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor of Law Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum traveled to UNISINOS Faculty of Law in Porto Alegre, Brazil to deliver an intensive two-week course on indigenous rights and atrocity prevention.

Jul 26, 2016

"From the basic fashion law course, we created several more courses and then created the FAME Center, where the entire curriculum is about being a counselor to companies that are driven by a creative engine," Sporn says

Jul 23, 2016

Quartz - "... every day, you and I and millions of other people routinely respond to a stimulus and click and go without understanding what we’re getting ourselves into, we are behaving like machines. We’re being, in a sense, conditioned or programmed to behave that way.”

Jul 19, 2016

Professor Myriam Gilles has been appointed vice dean of Cardozo School of Law for a one-year term effective August 29, 2016.

Jul 15, 2016

Professor Brett Frischmann was recently interviewed on the Algocracy and Transhumanism Podcast discussing his work on human-focused Turing Tests, a test for intelligence in a computer, requiring that a human being should be unable to distinguish the machine from another human being by using the replies to questions put to both.

Jul 15, 2016

The New York Times - Professors are at it again, demonstrating in public how little they understand the responsibilities and limits of their profession.

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