Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law

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Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law
Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law is listed in the Attorneys category in New York, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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55 5th Ave
New York, NY 10003
(212) 790-0200
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RT @maddow: The @Innocence Project on last night's execution... https://t.co/8twpGaQzzJ


RT @SYPartners: Loved having you—keep fighting the good fight @LuisFMancheno @CardozoLaw et a twitter.com/geniablaser/st…


RT @geniablaser: Not a lawyer? Doesn't matter!@LuisFMancheno & I answering questions on ways non-lawyers can support immigrants rights orgs…


Congrats to the @Innocence Project on 25 yrs! Proud to be the birthplace. #law #tbt


Congrats to the @Innocence Project on 25 yrs! Proud to be the birthplace. #law #tbt https://t.co/6rF4qV39BC

Congrats to the Innocence Project on celebrating 25 years! We're proud to be the birthplace of such a world-changing project. Check out what they've been up to since then: 25years.innocenceproject.org (Photo: Barber Alper)

Join us for World Intellectual Property Day at Cardozo Law on April 26! This year's event will focus on "brands and their corporate and social responsibility."
Brands are developing ways to give back to society. In addition to promoting better working conditions, and sustainable manufacturing, brands are also working to provide their products and services to those less fortunate in unique and creative charitable ways. The panel will discuss how differe...

Professor Kate Shaw discusses with ABC News upcoming SCOTUS cases to watch:
The 4th Circuit and 9th Circuit courts will hear arguments in May on the constitutionality of the travel ban. Whatever happens, the losing party is virtually certain to seek Supreme Court review, according to Shaw.

Cardozo professor Stephen M. Breitstone: "Particularly troubling are proposals to change the taxation of real estate investments."
To the Editor of Tax Code: Licking their wounds from the healthcare reform debacle, the Trump administration and Republican Congress seem poised to move to comprehensive tax reform, which commentators have suggested may be less controversial. Reforming the tax system without creating a majo

Professor Michael Herz on the issues with federal agencies using social media: "Agencies will continue to refine their social media presence to convince the public of the value of the agencies’ work. These efforts may be indispensable measures to inform the public and so ensure a functioning democracy. Or they may be pathological artifacts of the permanent campaign, distracting at best and deceptive at worst. Whichever they are, the last five years have shown that the old issues—agency expertise, discretion, and democratic deficit—are now inextricably bound up with use of the new technologies."
The last five years saw a fundamental shift in how the government interacts with the public.