Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law

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Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law
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55 5th Ave
New York, NY 10003
(212) 790-0200

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Professor David Rudenstine's advice to law students as they begin the semester: go to the movies. He says the new f†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Professor David Rudenstine's advice to law students as they begin the semester: go to the movies. He says the new film "The Post," about the historic legal battle to publish the Pentagon Papers, offers lawyers a great lesson.
Not many Hollywood films are made immediately in response to the outcome of a presidential election. But that is what Steven Spielberg and Amy Pascal have done. They made the film The Post in response to President Donald Trump’s intense, repetitive, and vicious attacks on the legitimacy of the Ame...


RT @BrianDFarkas: Wonderful first #arbitration class of the semester at @CardozoLaw last night! Here's more about the course: https://t.co/…


RT @HandoftheLaw: First night of my @CardozoLaw fashion law practicum with Barbara Kolsun. A great group of students and looking forward t…


RT @DavidHorrigan: Professor #FelixWu of @CardozoLaw introducing #eDiscovery Federal Rules program. @CardozoIPIL @YUNews #law https://t.co/…


RT @CardozoIPIL: Manfred Gabriel leading a discussion @CardozoLaw on Two Years Later - The eDiscovery Amendments with Stacey Blaustein, Gin…

"Copyright law, at least ostensibly, takes very seriously this notion of independent creation," Professor Christopher Buccasfusco told Billboard magazine, in an article focusing on music copyright law and the dispute between singer Lana Del Ray and Radiohead.
The similarities between Lana Del Rey's "Get Free" and Radiohead's "Creep" are hard to deny, and even if Del Rey claims she "wasn't inspired" by "Creep," copyright law is not so simple.

Cardozo School of Law shared The Samuel & Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance's post.
Congratulations ITRANS class of 2018! Cardozo School of Law's 2-week immersion course, co-taught by Heyman Program Director Jillian Gautier and Indie Film Clinic Director Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin, teaches students fundamental skills needed to be transactional lawyers. Thanks so all of the practitioners that worked with our students during the program and helped make it such a success!

Cardozo's fashion law program is highlighted in LLM GUIDE: "Cardozo works with a list of roughly 60 companies in the fashion, media and entertainment industries, and focuses on getting students externships that could lead to full-time employment."
Here’s an in-depth look at some of the fashion LL.M. programs offered, and what it takes to break into the industry.

''Richard Pomp, a professor at the University of Connecticut Law School, and Edward Zelinsky, a professor at Cardozo School of Law, discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to take up a case that could free state and local governments to collect billions of dollars in sales tax from online retailers.''
Richard Pomp, a professor at the University of Connecticut Law School, and Edward Zelinsky, a professor at Cardozo School of Law, discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to take up a case that could free state and local governments to collect billions of dollars in sales tax from online retailers. Th...