Format: 2016-10
Sep 1, 2016

The New Yorker - Before the Supreme Court’s decision in that case, which prevented Virginia from blocking the N.A.A.C.P.’s efforts to help local victims of racial discrimination, laws against third-party funding of lawsuits were selectively applied to civil-rights groups, Sebok said.

Aug 31, 2016

Professor Brickman, one of the founding members of the Cardozo faculty and a nationally recognized scholar in mass tort litigation and contingency fees, retired this summer after 51 years of teaching.

Aug 31, 2016

The majority leader of the Connecticut state senate, Senator Bob Duff, has appointed Professor Edward A. Zelinsky to the board of directors of the newly-established Connecticut Retirement Security Authority.

Aug 30, 2016

Dean Melanie Leslie On Cardozo's Four Pillars of Education

Dean Melanie Leslie spoke with Cardozo's incoming class of 2019 at orientation on Thursday, August 18, 2016. The students, who are part of the school's 40th class, learned about Cardozo's history of ambition, innovation, leadership and activism. "It's our 40th year, so I want to talk about the things that have made the law school great," said Dean Leslie. "The four values that characterize us and explain why we're different than other law schools."

Aug 24, 2016

Cardozo Welcomes the Class of 2019

Members of Cardozo's class of 2019 took time out from meeting faculty and their fellow students to talk a bit about why they chose the law school. 

Aug 23, 2016

Techly - Professor Frischmann believes we need an inverse Turing test to determine how close humans are getting to becoming machines. He argues that “techno-social engineering”, increasing surveillance and ‘nudges’ – subtle psychological manipulation – are slowly making us more like our robot friends.

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