May 14, 2015

CARDOZO LAW NAMES MELANIE LESLIE NEW DEAN
First Woman Dean of Cardozo Law, First Cardozo Graduate Appointed

 


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Jun 4, 2015

ABC News - The Supreme Court ruled 8-1 today that the retail chain Abercrombie & Fitch violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when an assistant manager denied Samantha Elauf, an observant Muslim woman, a job because her headscarf violated Abercrombie’s “Look Policy,” that prohibits “caps” from being worn on the sale floor.

Jun 4, 2015

CNN - Professor Christopher Buccafusco speaks about artist Richard Prince, who is an appropriation artist that has been selling Instagram users' photos at his new show in New York’s Frieze Art Fair.

Mar 12, 2015

Prof. Ekow Yanka Discusses the Justice Dept.'s Report on Ferguson

What does the U.S. Department of Justice' report on Ferguson mean? Cardozo Law Professor Ekow Yankah explains. 

Jan 16, 2015

On January 15, 2015, Professor Stanley Fish; Lee Bollinger, President of Columbia University; and John Sexton, President of New York University gathered at Cardozo to honor the publication of Professor Stanley Fish's recent book, Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution and to discuss "Perspectives on Academic Freedom: Views from the Top."

Jan 13, 2015

Cardozo's Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (ITAP)

Two hundred lawyers and judges work with students in Cardozo's two-week top trial course, ITAP.

Dec 18, 2014

Former Mayor Michael Wildes: The NYPD and the Eric Garner Matter

Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes Debates NYPD Retraining Program on Fox & Friends

Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes is a former NYPD Auxiliary police officer and mayor of Englewood. Here he debates a former FBI agent on Mayor Bill DeBlasio's request to retrain police officers in the wake of the tragic death of Eric Garner. Wildes is the Managing Partner of the Immigration Law Offices of Wildes & Weinberg, PC.

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