Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law

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Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law
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Cardozo is sending encouragement to our graduates as they embark upon the bar exam. You've got this! We believe in YOU.


Prof .@BetsyGinsberg continues to fight for those on death row who deserve humane treatment while incarcerated. themarshallproject.org/2017/07/23/con…

Despite improvements to death row conditions at prisons around the country, 70 percent of inmates are automatically held alone in cells for more than 20 hours per day, according to a Marshall Project survey of state corrections officials. Professor Betsy Ginsberg, who filed a lawsuit in March on behalf of death row inmates in Angola, Louisiana, is determined to continue the fight for humane treatment of these inmates, saying that the lawsuit will persist until conditions are “constitutionally adequate, properly implemented, and permanent.”
Arizona is set to become the latest state to move away from automatic isolation for death row inmates.


RT @MelanieLeslie5: Cardozo Librarians fight fake news! Thanks, Christine! @CardozoLaw @cardozolawlib twitter.com/cardozolawlib/…


RT @cjbuccafusco: We're thrilled that Luke Norris has joined @CardozoLaw as a visiting assistant professor! twitter.com/nyulawreview/s…


Cardozo is proud of Prof Weisberg, continuing to fight for Holocaust victims who are seeking justice. jewishweek.timesofisrael.com/anti-soros-cam…

Professor Richard Weisberg continues to fight for justice on behalf of Hungarian Holocaust survivors and their families.


RT @cardozolawlib: The #lawlibrary at @CardozoLaw #StaffAppreciationDay. @YUNews https://t.co/VQNN1qMOUY

Hear Professor Alex Reinert talk with New Orleans radio host Scoot, in a discussion about “stop and frisk” procedures, law enforcement's use of the procedures and the effect on the public.
Professor Alex Reinert a law professor in Constitutional law at Cardoza Law School in New York says yes it is but it's all about how the police do the stopping.

The Global Leadership in Law & Business seminar continued with a session taught by Cardozo alum Ephraim Schachter ’91, an executive coach and communications strategist. His workshop focused on effective communication methods in business and appreciation of cultural differences. See the program agenda here: http://bit.ly/2uzUpba.