In The News
Cardozo Honors the Legacy of Billie Holiday, Who Made Her First Recordings at 55 Fifth Avenue
Any time we walk through the 10th and 11th Floors of 55 Fifth Avenue, we walk through musical history. The legendary jazz great, Billie Holiday, created her first recordings in the home of Cardozo, formerly the location of Columbia Records. Read More»
Professor Ekow Yankah Publishes Op-Ed in The Washington Post on the Shifting Demographic in Mass Incarceration
“White Americans have been filling jails and prisons at increasing rates in the 21st century. Reducing incarceration, reformers can credibly argue, will benefit Whites as much as Blacks,” writes Yankah. Read More»
Professor Peter Markowitz Speaks Out On Immigrant Detention Ruling in Documented
“We were disappointed to see the government is continuing to resist the most basic due-process protections for people arrested by ICE,” says Markowitz. Read More»
Faculty News & Scholarship
- Professor Lela Love was a panelist for the Menachem Begin Heritage Center Symposium on Dispute Resolution on February 24.
- Professor Alex Reinert’s article was cited by five Second Circuit judges in an opinion dissenting from the Second Circuit’s denial of rehearing en banc in Mandala v. NTT Data, Inc.
- Professor Michel Rosenfeld’s article, which was originally published on the IACL-AIDC Blog, has published in French political science journal Pouvoirs and Italian Journal Percorsi Costituzionale.
Heyman Speaker Series: How to Become a Great (Startup) Lawyer
Monday, March 1 at 12 p.m.
FAME and AELJ Present Trophies for the Empire
Monday, March 1 at 6:30 p.m.
Heyman Center Tech Talk: Legal Challenges with Decentralized Finance
Tuesday, March 2 at 7 p.m.
Cardozo NLG Presents: Q&A With Baz Dreisinger, Author of Incarceration Nations
Wednesday, March 3 at 4 p.m.
FAME and FLS Present A Conversation with Designer Zac Posen & The New York Times Fashion Director and Chief Fashion Critic Vanessa Friedman
Tuesday, March 9 at 6:30 p.m.
16th Annual E. Nathaniel Gates Award Ceremony
Thursday, March 10 at 6 p.m.