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  • The Samuel & Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance | Cardozo Law
    Center for Professional Development Working in Public Service Externships Mentorships Resident Associate Mentor Program Stay Cardozo News Fall Orientation Photo Slideshow Welcome Class of 2017 Aug 15 2014 Read Full Story Social Media Videos Publications Media Requests News Categories Alumni News Around NYC Benchmarks Board of Overseers Campus News Clinics Externships Conferences Faculty News In the Media LL M Program News Opinions Photo Galleries Stay Navigation Admissions Academics Faculty Intellectual Life Clinics Professional Skills Student Life Your Career Cardozo News The Samuel Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance You are here Home The Samuel Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance Adyo Sampson VP Assistant General Counsel JPMorgan Chase Co Working in compliance for an investment bank provides an ideal opportunity for me to supplement my prior experience in finance with an understanding of the regulatory framework governing the operations of a global financial institution Jonathan S Henes Partner Kirkland Ellis Kirkland Ellis Partner Jonathan Henes discusses his role in winding down Stratton Oakmont the company founded by The Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort Henes spoke on Bloomberg Television s Market Makers Source Bloomberg Click here to see the video Located in the heart of New York City The Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance is the focal point at the Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law for the study of corporate and securities law Founded in 1987 The Heyman Center seeks to raise public and academic awareness of pressing corporate and securities law issues and to produce and disseminate research on a broad range of corporate and securities law topics The Heyman Center frequently sponsors and organizes public symposia and lectures by prominent law and business figures and leading legal scholars Cardozo faculty and research affiliates of The Heyman Center write on a wide range of topics including cross border securities offerings derivatives regulation corporate taxation executive compensation clearance and settlement regulation corporate social responsibility and the interests of nonstockholder constituencies In addition The Heyman Center supports research in environmental law financial institutions antitrust mass tort litigation alternative dispute resolution including business and securities arbitration employment law international and comparative business investment and trade and commercial law Students become involved in The Heyman Center by participating in the various programs organized by the center and working with faculty members on various student and faculty research projects Through The Heyman Center Cardozo students learn not only about corporate and securities law but also the financial business and regulatory contexts in which the law plays a part Please visit The Heyman Center s website to follow our news and events Contact heymancenter yu edu Live study in the heart of New York City Heyman Center Happenings Oct 28 Panel Discussion 5 00 pm Berkshire Beyond Buffett The Enduring Value of Values Oct 30 Featured Speaker 12 00 pm Heyman Center Lunch Talk 2014 IPO Study Events Calendar Cardozo Headlines Professor Deborah Pearlstein Who Gets to Decide When We Go to War Human Rights and Genocide Clinic Wins Victory in

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  • Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy | Cardozo Law
    Capital You need to find your way and you may need to make sacrifices But it s worth it to do what you love doing Overview Employment Statistics Programs Resources Alumni Career Resources Office of Career Services Center for Professional Development Working in Public Service Externships Mentorships Resident Associate Mentor Program Stay Cardozo News Fall Orientation Photo Slideshow Welcome Class of 2017 Aug 15 2014 Read Full Story Social Media Videos Publications Media Requests News Categories Alumni News Around NYC Benchmarks Board of Overseers Campus News Clinics Externships Conferences Faculty News In the Media LL M Program News Opinions Photo Galleries Stay Navigation Admissions Academics Faculty Intellectual Life Clinics Professional Skills Student Life Your Career Cardozo News Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy You are here Home Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy Djibril Toure of Communities United for Police Reform discusses the impact of the NYPD s Stop and Frisk policy on the community John Rizzo Talks About Torture and John Brennan s Senate Hearing Video of John Rizzo Talks About Torture and John Brennan 039 s Senate Hearing Former CIA Acting General Counsel John Rizzo discussed the use of torture in the fight against terrorism at the event Zero Dark Thirty Law Film and the Hunt for Bin Laden Steven Shapiro legal director of the ACLU Theodore B Olson former U S solicitor general and Professor Deborah Pearlstein discussed the ACLU s impact on America at The ACLU in American Life Law at the End of War Fighting Terrorism after Afghanistan Video of Law at the End of War Fighting Terrorism after Afghanistan A panel of leading national security experts discuss the legal framework of U S counterterrorism operations after the conclusion of the war in Afghanistan Privacy Security and Secrecy After Snowden Video of Privacy Security and Secrecy After Snowden Panelists discuss the impact of Edward Snowden s revelations about the NSA s surveillance activities The Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy was established in 2000 through a generous gift from Dr Stephen Floersheimer The center s goal is to better understand and to assist in improving the functioning of constitutional democracies both at home and abroad The center supports research by scholars and policymakers hosts speakers and conferences issues publications and provides financial support for visiting scholars as well as student projects Topics of particular concern include civil liberties in an age of terrorism the structures of democratic government and the relationship between church and state Co Directors Professor Michael Herz Professor Michelle Adams Program Director Courtney Sirwatka Live study in the heart of New York City Floersheimer Center Happenings Oct 6 Panel Discussion 11 30 am Supreme Court Preview Oct 13 Panel 5 00 pm Second Amendment Event Events Calendar Cardozo Headlines Professor Deborah Pearlstein Who Gets to Decide When We Go to War Human Rights and Genocide Clinic Wins Victory in Ecuador Time for Individuals to Request Asylum Extended Cardozo Law Tech Talks Event Series Dean Matthew Diller s Letter in The New York Times on Preparing

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  • Faculty & Intellectual Life | Cardozo Law
    Statistics Programs Resources Alumni Career Resources Office of Career Services Center for Professional Development Working in Public Service Externships Mentorships Resident Associate Mentor Program Stay Cardozo News Fall Orientation Photo Slideshow Welcome Class of 2017 Aug 15 2014 Read Full Story Social Media Videos Publications Media Requests News Categories Alumni News Around NYC Benchmarks Board of Overseers Campus News Clinics Externships Conferences Faculty News In the Media LL M Program News Opinions Photo Galleries Stay Navigation Admissions Academics Faculty Intellectual Life Clinics Professional Skills Student Life Your Career Cardozo News Faculty Intellectual Life You are here Home Faculty Intellectual Life Professor Marci Hamilton is one of the leading church state scholars in the US First rate scholars with real world impact The Benchmark Series provides analysis on major court cases in the news See our faculty in action Scholarship with Impact Professor Myriam Gilles testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of the proposed Arbitration Fairness Act Bringing Law To Life New Guidelines for Solitary Confinement Video of Bringing Law To Life New Guidelines for Solitary Confinement Commitment to Social Justice Professor Alex Reinert won a settlement to end solitary confinement of juveniles and others in NY State prisons As a teacher he says I strive to reach every one of my students Real World Engagement The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Professor Daniel Ravicher s challenge to gene patents The case invalidates patents on two genes held by Myriad Genetics that are associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer See Professor Ravicher discuss the case Why Cardozo Law Video of Why Cardozo Law Why Cardozo Law Cardozo offers a world class faculty with ties to the New York City legal world in one of Manhattan s great neighborhoods At the heart of any great law school is its faculty At Cardozo Law our world class faculty members will know your name The school offers its faculty and students an environment that nurtures growth creativity serious scholarship and real world engagement The charged and robust intellectual atmosphere at the school promotes initiatives that help shape the legal landscape The scholarship and ambition of our faculty representing every major field of law is evident throughout the school and motivates students in the classroom Professors are quoted in the news frequently and many have active blogs contribute articles and op ed pieces to major media outlets and are actively sought for academic conferences nationally and internationally Faculty work with students on a wide range of academic events and conferences that bring to the school leaders in law media entertainment finance and government to share their expertise and opinions with students In addition to the school s great faculty Cardozo s robust intellectual life offers students opportunities to immerse themselves in the study of law Pre eminent lawyers and legal practitioners are frequent guests meeting with students and sharing their experiences Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor Antonin Scalia John Paul Stevens Stephen G Breyer and Sandra Day O Connor have been

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  • Faculty | Cardozo Law
    University Professor of Jewish Law and Contemporary Civilization Professor of Law Director Center for Jewish Law and Contemporary Civilization sstone yu edu Suk Julie C Professor of Law 212 790 0855 jsuk yu edu Tillers Peter Professor Emeritus 212 790 0334 peter tillers net Tinto Katharine Clinical Assistant Professor of Law 212 790 0433 tinto yu edu Weisberg Richard H Walter Floersheimer Professor of Constitutional Law 212 790 0299 rhweisbg yu edu Wishart Lynn Associate Dean Library Services Professor of Legal Research Director Law Library 212 790 0222 wishart yu edu Wright Aaron Director Tech Startup Clinic 212 790 0420 aaron wright yu edu Wu Felix Faculty Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative CDLI Associate Professor of Law 212 790 0892 felix wu yu edu Yablon Charles M Faculty Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative CDLI Professor of Law 212 790 0333 yablon yu edu Yankah Ekow N Professor of Law 212 790 0493 yankah yu edu Yaroshefsky Ellen C Clinical Professor of Law Director Jacob Burns Center for Ethics in the Practice of Law Director Youth Justice Clinic Director Intensive Trial Advocacy Program ITAP 212 790 0386 yaroshef yu edu Zelinsky Edward Morris and Annie Trachman Professor of Law 212 790 0277 zelinsky yu edu Visiting Faculty Blum Carolyn Patty Visiting Clinical Professor 212 989 0012 pblum yu edu Buccafusco Christopher J Visiting Associate Professor of Law cbuccafusco kentlaw iit edu Bussani Mauro Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0855 mauro bussani units it Chekroun David Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0853 dchekroun escpeurope eu Collins Robert K Visiting Clinical Professor of Law 212 790 0875 rcollins yu edu Delage Christian Visiting Professor of Law delage yu edu Diamantides Marinos Visiting Professor of Law m diamantides bbk ac uk Eisinger Erica Visiting Professor of Law eisinger yu edu Falkenberg Kai Visiting Professor from Practice Kai Falkenberg yu edu Fish Stanley Floersheimer Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0371 sfish1 yu edu Freedman Eric Alexander Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0215 eric freedman orange fr Ganor Mira Visiting Assistant Professor of Law mganor law utexas edu Kasher Hannah Ivan Meyer Visiting Scholar 212 790 6501 kasher yu edu Kim Catherine Y Visiting Assistant Professor of Law cykim email unc edu Mancini Susanna Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0402 susanna mancini unibo it Moxley Jr Charles J ADR Practitioner in Residence 212 790 0200 cmoxley moxleyadr com Procaccia Uriel Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0401 procacci yu edu Rivlin Eliezer Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0938 rivlin supreme court gov il Rona Gabor Visiting Professor of Law Gabor Rona yu edu Sadurski Wojciech Floersheimer Distinguished Fellow 212 790 0200 wojciech sadurski sydney edu au Salecl Renata Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0402 salecl yu edu Schlink Bernhard Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0496 bschlink yu edu Udell David Visiting Professor from Practice 212 790 0869 udell yu edu Weisenfeld David J Visiting Professor from Practice 212 790 0449 weisenfe yu edu Adjunct Faculty Abramson Harold Adjunct Professor of Law Professor at Touro Law Center 631 421 2244 x384 habramson tourolaw edu Backhouse Denise Associate Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative Shareholder eDiscovery Counsel Littler Mendelson 212 471 4478 DBackhouse littler com Baker William H Adjunct Professor of Law Counsel Alston Bird LLP 212 210 9487 bill baker alston com Baum Simeon H Adjunct Professor of Law President Resolve Mediation Services Inc 212 355 6527 SimeonHB disputeresolve com Berner Adam J Adjunct Professor of Law Law and Mediation Offices of Adam J Berner 212 790 0200 Adam mediationoffices com Bortnick Blaine H Adjunct Professor of Law Partner Liddle Robinson L L P 212 790 0200 bbortnick liddlerobinson com Breitstone Stephen Adjunct Professor of Law sbreitstone meltzerlippe com Bryan Kathy Adjunct Professor of Law President CEO International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution 646 753 8248 kbryan cpradr org Burgess Douglass Adjunct Professor of Law Assistant Professor of History Yeshiva University 212 790 0200 burgess yu edu Burke Patrick Executive Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative CDLI Counsel Reed Smith LLP 212 549 0313 pburke reedsmith com Clemants Elizabeth Adjunct Professor of Law Mediator Coach Trainer at Planning Changes 212 342 7439 elizabeth planningchange com Coleman Susan Adjunct Professor of Law Partner C Global Consulting 845 661 0350 susan coleman cglobal com Cooley Craig M Adjunct Professor of Law Staff Attorney The Innocence Project 212 790 0200 ccooley forensic science com Cremin Kevin Adjunct Professor of Law Director of Disability and Public Benefits Law Legal Services NYC 212 790 0200 kevin cremin hotmail com Crowell Thomas Adjunct Professor of Law Director The Indie Film Clinic 212 790 0878 thomascrowell comcast net David Alphonso Adjunct Professor of Law Deputy Secretary for Civil Rights Office of the New York State Governor 212 790 0200 Alphonso David oag state ny us DePalo Giuseppe Adjunct Professor of Law President ADR Center SpA gdepalo01 hamline edu Deutsch Alvin Adjunct Professor of Law Partner McLaughlin Stern LLP 212 790 0200 adeutsch mclaughlinstern com DiGiglio Frank S Adjunct Professor of Law Vice President Managing Partner Scully Scott Murphy Presser 212 790 0200 fsd ssmp com Dougherty Donna Adjunct Professor of Law Attorney in Charge and Director of JASA s Legal Services for the Elderly 718 286 1500 x1515 Dreyer Anthony J Adjunct Professor of Law Partner Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom LLP 212 790 0200 anthony dreyer skadden com Ebenstein Donny Adjunct Professor of Law Founder Ebenstein Consulting 646 526 5888 debenstein ebensteinconsulting com Frisch Tracey B Adjunct Professor of Law Staff Attorney American Arbitration Association AAA 212 716 3940 frischt adr org Fritzsche Thomas Clinical Teaching Fellow Immigration Justice Clinic 212 790 0213 thomas fritzsche yu edu Gerwin Leslie Adjunct Professor of Law Associate Director Program in Law and Public Affairs Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Princeton University 212 790 0200 lgerwin princeton edu Graif Michael R Adjunct Professor of Law Partner Curtis Mallet Prevost Colt Mosle mgraif curtis com Grant Jr Alphonzo A Adjunct Professor of Law Executive Director Morgan Stanley

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  • Media Guide to the Faculty | Cardozo Law
    Penalty Huigens Kyron James Professor of Law 212 790 0404 khuigens yu edu Dispute Resolution Processes Weisenfeld David J Visiting Professor from Practice 212 790 0449 weisenfe yu edu Love Lela P Professor of Law Director Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution Director Cardozo Mediation Clinic 212 790 0365 love yu edu Economic Analysis of Law Stein Alex Professor of Law 212 790 0348 astein1 yu edu Elder Law Golick Toby Clinical Professor of Law Director of Clinical Legal Education Director Bet Tzedek Legal Services Clinic 212 790 0244 tgolick yu edu Salzman Leslie Clinical Professor of Law Director Bet Tzedek Legal Services Clinic 212 790 0243 salzman yu edu Diller Rebekah Clinical Assistant Professor of Law Director Guardianship Clinic 212 790 0282 rebekah diller yu edu Election Law Shaw Kate Assistant Professor of Law 212 790 0826 kshaw2 yu edu Electronic Discovery Burke Patrick Executive Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative CDLI Counsel Reed Smith LLP 212 549 0313 pburke reedsmith com Backhouse Denise Associate Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative Shareholder eDiscovery Counsel Littler Mendelson 212 471 4478 DBackhouse littler com Elements of Law Hanks Eva H Dr Samuel Belkin Professor of Law and Society 212 790 0391 hanks yu edu Shaw Kate Assistant Professor of Law 212 790 0826 kshaw2 yu edu Employment Law Weisenfeld David J Visiting Professor from Practice 212 790 0449 weisenfe yu edu Suk Julie C Professor of Law 212 790 0855 jsuk yu edu Fritzsche Thomas Clinical Teaching Fellow Immigration Justice Clinic 212 790 0213 thomas fritzsche yu edu Environmental Law Herz Michael Eric Arthur Kaplan Professor of Law Co Director Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy 212 790 0373 herz yu edu Estates Sterk Stewart E H Bert and Ruth Mack Professor of Real Estate Law 212 790 0230 sterk yu edu Weisberg Richard H Walter Floersheimer Professor of Constitutional Law 212 790 0299 rhweisbg yu edu Leslie Melanie Vice Dean Professor of Law 212 790 0307 leslie yu edu Schwartz William University Professor of Law 212 790 0349 william schwartz cwt com Ethics Yaroshefsky Ellen C Clinical Professor of Law Director Jacob Burns Center for Ethics in the Practice of Law Director Youth Justice Clinic Director Intensive Trial Advocacy Program ITAP 212 790 0386 yaroshef yu edu Evidence Lushing Peter Professor of Law 212 790 0268 plushing comcast net Tillers Peter Professor Emeritus 212 790 0334 peter tillers net Stein Alex Professor of Law 212 790 0348 astein1 yu edu Family Law Stein Edward Professor of Law Director Gertrud Mainzer Program in Family Law Policy and Bioethics 212 790 0269 estein2 yu edu Federal Courts Rudenstine David Sheldon H Solow Professor of Law 212 790 0847 david rudenstine yu edu Adams Michelle Professor of Law Co Director Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy 212 790 0478 madams yu edu Reinert Alexander A Professor of Law 212 790 0403 areinert yu edu Federal Procedure Goldman Elizabeth Clinical Professor of Law Director Securities Arbitration Clinic 212 790 0200 x6648 esgoldma yu edu Film and the Law Delage Christian Visiting Professor of Law delage yu edu Crowell Thomas Adjunct Professor of Law Director The Indie Film Clinic 212 790 0878 thomascrowell comcast net Goodrich Peter Professor of Law Director Program in Law and Humanities 212 790 0484 goodrich yu edu First Amendment Hamilton Marci A Paul R Verkuil Chair in Public Law 212 790 0215 hamilton02 aol com Gender and the Law Stein Edward Professor of Law Director Gertrud Mainzer Program in Family Law Policy and Bioethics 212 790 0269 estein2 yu edu Goodrich Peter Professor of Law Director Program in Law and Humanities 212 790 0484 goodrich yu edu Immigration Wildes Michael Adjunct Professor of Law Managing Partner Wildes and Weinberg P C 212 790 0200 mwildes wildesweinberg com Markowitz Peter L Clinical Associate Professor of Law Director Kathryn O Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic 212 790 0340 pmarkowi yu edu Shannon Careen B Adjunct Professor of Law Of Counsel Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen Loewy LLP 212 891 7517 cshannon fragomen com Kim Catherine Y Visiting Assistant Professor of Law cykim email unc edu Fritzsche Thomas Clinical Teaching Fellow Immigration Justice Clinic 212 790 0213 thomas fritzsche yu edu Tinto Katharine Clinical Assistant Professor of Law 212 790 0433 tinto yu edu Information Governance Burke Patrick Executive Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative CDLI Counsel Reed Smith LLP 212 549 0313 pburke reedsmith com Intellectual Property Burstein Michael Assistant Professor of Law 212 790 0350 mburstei yu edu Shelden Seth Adjunct Professor of Law Of Counsel Farkas Neurman 212 790 0200 sshelden farkasneurman com Sporn Lee Adjunct Professor of Law 212 201 8224 lee sporn michaelkors com Frischmann Brett Director Cardozo Intellectual Property Information Law Program Professor of Law 212 790 0859 frischma yu edu Underweiser Marian Adjunct Professor of Law Counsel for IP Law Strategy and Policy IBM munderw us ibm com Graif Michael R Adjunct Professor of Law Partner Curtis Mallet Prevost Colt Mosle mgraif curtis com Wu Felix Faculty Director Cardozo Data Law Initiative CDLI Associate Professor of Law 212 790 0892 felix wu yu edu Crawford Susan Professor of Law 212 790 0200 scrawford scrawford net International Business Transactions Chekroun David Visiting Professor of Law 212 790 0853 dchekroun escpeurope eu International Criminal Law Rosenberg Sheri Assistant Clinical Professor of Law Director Program in Holocaust Genocide and Human Rights Studies Director Human Rights and Genocide Clinic 212 790 0455 sprosenb yu edu International Finance Pan Eric J Associate Director Office of International Affairs U S Securities and Exchange Commission Associate Professor of Law On leave epan yu edu International Human Rights Blum Carolyn Patty Visiting Clinical Professor 212 989 0012 pblum yu edu Eisold Barbara Associate Faculty Human Rights and Genocide Clinic Kestenbaum Jocelyn Getgen Telford Taylor Fellow Human Rights and Genocide Clinic Rona Gabor Visiting Professor of Law Gabor Rona yu edu Pearlstein Deborah Assistant Professor of Law 212 790 0276 dpearlst yu edu Rosenberg Sheri Assistant Clinical Professor of Law Director Program in Holocaust Genocide and Human Rights Studies Director Human Rights and

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  • Professor David Udell Launches the Justice Index | Cardozo Law
    the state ranks at the very bottom in ensuring access to justice That s according to the Justice Index the National Center for Access to Justice s 50 state survey of Americans ability to use the justice system Despite Oklahoma s low ranking Michael Figgins head of Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma Inc the state s sole legal aid provider welcomed the scrutiny Initially I think someone would see that 50th ranking and say Wow But I m encouraged I think the index is empowering and it tells us that we can do better Figgins said To put it bluntly it s one thing to say I have body odor It s another thing for someone else to say You have body odor The nonprofit national center housed at the Yeshiva University Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law ranked the states with pro bono assistance from Pfizer Inc s legal department Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom and Deloitte Touche LLP Law students from Cardozo and the University of Pennsylvania Law School also helped They scored each state on a 100 point scale with Minnesota scoring highest at 69 4 and Oklahoma the lowest a t 23 7 The national average came in at 48 7 Among the other findings 28 states have fewer than one civil legal aid attorney for every 10 000 people living below the poverty line the national average is 40 attorneys for every 10 000 people Nearly one quarter of states lack rules that allow court clerks to offer information to unrepresented litigants 22 percent of states allow judges to make hearing impaired people pay for sign language interpretation The Justice Index is really a first step in creating a resource that can be an engine of reform David Udell executive director of the center said when releasing the report on Feb 26 Our hope is that across the country legislators courts and bar associations will use this information to promote reforms The project website contains maps charts and additional data about access to justice rating states in four primary areas the number of civil legal aid attorneys available to represent people living below the poverty line and assistance for self represented litigants non English speakers and people with disabilities Skadden attorneys spent more than 1 300 hours sifting though statutes and codes of judicial conduct surveying court officials and scouring the Internet for data associate Mondi Basmenji said Each state s overall rank represents a composite of the four categories Minnesota owes its high score largely to robust assistance programs for people with disabilities and limited English skills Cathy Haukedahl executive director of Mid Minnesota Legal Aid wasn t surprised that the state scored relatively well given the close coordination between its six large regional legal aid organizations and 20 smaller legal aid groups Compared to many other states we have strong legislative state Supreme Court and private sector support We have the resources she said Even so civil legal aid providers still turn away

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  • A Summary of Recent Faculty Publications | Cardozo Law
    April 2013 The Oñati Socio Legal Series forthcoming 2014 Time to Sever the Dead Hand Fisk University and the Cost of the Cy Pres Doctrine 31 Cardozo Arts Entertainment Law Journal 1 2012 Lela P Love Silver Linings Reimagining the Role of ADR Education in the Wake of the Great Recession with Brian Farkas 6 Northeastern Law Journal 1 2013 Stories Mediators Tell The Editors Reflections with Eric Galton 34 Cardozo Law Review 2409 2013 Love Lela Menkel Meadow Carrie and Andrea Schneider Mediation Practice Policy and Ethics 2nd Edition Wolters Kluwer 2013 Love Lela and Joseph Stulberg The Middle Voice Mediating Conflict Successfully 2nd Edition Carolina Academic Press 2013 Love Lela and Eric Galton Ed Stories Mediators Tell ABA Publishing 2012 Lela Love Sukhsimranjit Singh 2013 Following the Golden Rule and Finding Gold Generosity and Success in Negotiation In James R Coben and Andrew Wei Min Lee Eds Educating Negotiators for a Connected World Volume 4 in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series DRI Press Peter L Markowitz Constitutional Venue with Lindsay Nash Florida Law Review forthcoming 2013 Deborah Pearlstein Targeting Procedures and the U S Constitution American Constitution Society Issue Brief 2013 Law at the End of War work in progress presented at the Sixth Annual National Security Law Faculty Workshop cosponsored by The University of Texas School of Law the International Committee of the Red Cross and the U S Army Judge Advocate General Legal Center and School The Soldier the State and the Separation of Powers 90 Texas Law Review 797 2012 Detention Debates 110 Michigan Law Review 1045 2012 The Role of International Law in Domestic Courts National Security Law in the News 2012 Alexander A Reinert Screening Out Innovation The Unrecognized Merits of Meritless Litigation 89 Indiana Law Journal forthcoming 2014 Asking the First Question Reframing Bivens after Minneci with Lumen N Mulligan 90 Washington University Law Review 2013 Revisiting Special Needs Theory via Airport Searches 106 Northwestern University Law Review 1513 2012 106 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 207 2012 Release as Remedy for Excessive Punishment 53 William Mary Law Review 1575 2012 Pleading as Information Forcing 75 Law Contemporary Problems 1 2012 Finding the Proper Measure for Conditions of Pretrial Confinement Response 161 University of Pennsylvania Law Review PENNumbra 191 2013 Michel Rosenfeld Constitutional Secularism in an Age of Religious Revival with Susanna Mancini Oxford Oxford University Press forthcoming December 2013 The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law with Andras Sajo Oxford Oxford University Press 2012 Recasting Secularism as One Conception of the Good among Many in a Post Secular Constitutional Polity Susanna Mancini and Michel Rosenfeld Eds in Constitutional Secularism in an Age of Religious Revival Oxford Oxford University Press forthcoming 2013 Sotto il Velo della Tolleranza Un Confronto tra il Tratamento dei Simboli Religiosi di Maggioranza e di Minoranza nella Sfera Pubblica with Susanna Mancini 39 Ragion Practica 421 452 2012 The Constitutional Subject its Other and the Perplexing Quest for an Identity of its Own A Reply to my Critics 33 Cardozo Law Review 1937 1970 2012 Introduction Gender Sexual Orientation and Equal Citizenship 10 International Journal of Constitutional Law 340 354 2012 10 X 10 in honor of Norman Dorsen 10 International Journal of Constitutional Law 799 808 2012 2012 Introduction Comparative Constitutional Analysis in United States Adjudication and Scholarship Constitutional Identity Michel Rosenfeld and Andras Sajo Eds in Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law Oxford University Press 2012 Unveiling the Limits of Tolerance Comparing the Treatment of Majority and Minority Religious Symbols in the Public Sphere with Susanna Mancini Lorenzo Zucca and Camil Ungureanu Eds in Law State and Religion in the New Europe Debates and Dilemmas Cambridge University Press 2012 Philosophy in Law A Legal philosophical Inquiry Thomas Berns and Julie Allard Eds in Pensées du droit lois de la philosophie Editions de l université de Bruxelles 2012 Jessica Roth The Anomaly of Entrapment 91 Washington University Law Review 4 forthcoming 2014 David Rudenstine Self Government and the Judicial Function Essay Book Review of J Harvie Wilkinson s Cosmic Constitutional Theory Why Americans are Losing their Inalienable Right to Self Governance 2 Texas Law Review 92 2013 The Irony of a Faustian Bargain A Reconsideration of the Supreme Court s 1953 United States v Reynolds Decision 34 Cardozo Law Review 1283 2013 Roman Roots for an Imperial Presidency Revisiting Clinton Rossiter s 1948 Constitutional Dictatorship Crisis Government in the Modern Democracies 34 Cardozo Law Review 1063 2013 Jeanne L Schoeder T aking STOCK Insider and Outsider Trading by Congress 5 William Mary Business Law Review forthcoming 2014 Where Corporations Are Why Casual Visits to New York Are Bad For Business with David Carlson Albany Law School Law Review forthcoming 2013 Mad Money Wall Street s Obsession With Bonuses 33 Cardozo Law Review 2307 2012 Anthony Sebok Comparative Tort Law edited w Mauro Bussani Edward Elgar Publishing forthcoming 2014 Normative Theories of Punitive Damages The Case of Deterrence John Oberdieck Ed in Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Torts Oxford University Press forthcoming 2014 What We Talk About When We Talk About Control 82 Fordham Law Review forthcoming 2014 Operation Arbitration Massing Individual Arbitrations in a Post Class Action Era with Myriam Gilles 63 DePaul Law Review forthcoming 2014 Characterizing the Parties Relationship in Litigation Investment Contract and Tort Good Faith Norms with W Bradley Wendel 66 Vanderbilt Law Review forthcoming 2013 Tort Law Responsibilities and Redress Third Edition with John C P Goldberg Benjamin Zipursky Aspen Law Business 2012 The U S Supreme Court s Theory of Common Law Punitive Damages An Inauspicious Start Lotte Meurkens and Emily Nordin Eds in The Power of Punitive Damages Is Europe Missing Out Intersentia Press 2012 Adversarial Legalism and the Emergence of a New European Legality A Comparative Perspective with Lars Trägårdh Austin Sarat Lawrence Douglas and Martha Merrill Umphrey Eds in Imagining New Legalities Privacy and Its Possibilities in the 21st Century Stanford University Press 2012 The Failed Promise of a General Theory of Pure Economic Loss An Accident

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  • Lawsuit by Professor Alex Reinert and NYCLU Ends Solitary Confinement for Juveniles | Cardozo Law
    Student Services Stay Your Career Jonathan Golfman 03 is VP Head of Film Business Legal Affairs at Media Rights Capital You need to find your way and you may need to make sacrifices But it s worth it to do what you love doing Overview Employment Statistics Programs Resources Alumni Career Resources Office of Career Services Center for Professional Development Working in Public Service Externships Mentorships Resident Associate Mentor Program Stay Cardozo News Fall Orientation Photo Slideshow Welcome Class of 2017 Aug 15 2014 Read Full Story Social Media Videos Publications Media Requests News Categories Alumni News Around NYC Benchmarks Board of Overseers Campus News Clinics Externships Conferences Faculty News In the Media LL M Program News Opinions Photo Galleries Stay Navigation Admissions Academics Faculty Intellectual Life Clinics Professional Skills Student Life Your Career Cardozo News Lawsuit by Professor Alex Reinert and NYCLU Ends Solitary Confinement for Juveniles Home Scholarship Highlights Lawsuit by Professor Alex Reinert and NYCLU Ends Solitary Confinement for Juveniles Bringing Law To Life New Guidelines for Solitary Confinement Video of Bringing Law To Life New Guidelines for Solitary Confinement Settlement Paves the Way for Historic Reforms in Solitary Confinement February 19 2014 In a sweeping agreement in which Cardozo professor Alex Reinert served as co counsel the New York Civil Liberties Union and the New York State Department of Community Corrections announced an end to solitary confinement as used in New York State s prisons for youth pregnant inmates and developmentally disabled and intellectually challenged prisoners New York remains one of only two states in the country to treat 16 and 17 year olds as adults in courts but with this agreement it becomes the largest prison system in the United States to prohibit the use of solitary confinement as a disciplinary measure against prisoners who are younger than 18 New York is taking a substantial step in the right direction and we hope that it will ultimately join the many other states who have recognized that lengthy isolation sentences cause serious harm while accomplishing little if any of the goals of a rational corrections system said Professor Reinert The agreement secured by the class action lawsuit People v Fischer was the work of Professor Reinert the NYCLU and the law firm of Morrison Foerster who were co counsel on the case The court settlement calls for two nationally recognized corrections experts to develop recommendations to reform the use of isolation cells where approximately 3 800 prisoners are locked down daily for 22 24 hours as punishment for vioating prison rules The agreement reflects a collaborative process between the NYCLU and the Department of Corrections to reduce the use of extreme isolation New York State has done the right thing by committing to comprehensive reform of the way it uses extreme isolation a harmful and inhumane practice that has for years been used as a punishment of first resort in New York s prisons said NYCLU Executive Director Donna Lieberman By entering into this agreement the

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