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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Apr 20, 2016

Cardozo Bench Marks: When the Supreme Court Has Only Eight Members

With the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, Cardozo professors Michael Herz, Kate Shaw, and David Rudenstine discuss how having an even number of justices impacts the United States Supreme Court.

Mar 31, 2016

Public Service Auction: Meet Our Scholars

The Public Service Stipend raises money for students so that they can pursue otherwise uncompensated internships in the public sector. It is supported in part by the Annual Public Service Auction. In this video, some of the recipients of the stipend talk about their experiences.

The Public Service Auction will take place on April 13 at 6 p.m.! Buy tickets, bid online, and learn more about the auction here. 

Mar 17, 2016

"The more and more we treat them as young, minor-league professional athletes, the further they'll get from the other things that we find valuable about college."

Feb 12, 2016

Behind Every Great Company is a Great General Counsel

Creative companies need creative lawyers. Three Cardozo professors—Barbara Kolsun, Jeanne Schroeder, and Aaron Wright—discuss the relationship between a company's CEO and its General Counsel.

Jan 31, 2016

A partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, a 1,500-plus attorney firm in New York, Henes is one of the nation’s top restructuring lawyers.

Dec 17, 2015

On December 16, The New York Times published an article detailing the outlines of a deal between Ferguson, Missouri and the Justice Department, which would force changes to the city's police department, including new training for police officers, improved record-keeping, and the installation of a federal monitor.

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