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Cardozo Tech Talk Takeover

By Walter Beller-Morales, 2L The legal profession has a reputation for resisting change. Lawyers are inherently risk-averse, cases take years to be decided, and legal writing still imposes manual … Read Full Article

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Cardozo’s Semi-Annual Fashion Law Symposium

By Arian Jabbary, 1L and Jaimie Wolman, 2L On October 21, 2014 the Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law (CJICL) hosted Cardozo’s Semi-Annual Fashion Law Symposium. Organized by Alexandra Katich, CJICL Symposium Editor, and assistants … [Read More...]

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Duty to Protect Students from Rape

By Melissa Glassman, 1L Jillian Doherty is a college student like any other, but when push came to shove, her college was not ready to take any form of responsibility for the criminal act that took place in a dorm room on school property. Emerson College … [Read More...]

The Right to Die: A National Debate

By Pooja Shah, 2L In the realm of human rights, there is a great deal of scholarly debate over human euthanasia. Some people view it as the right to die with dignity, others perceive the practice as akin to murder or suicide. I recently came across an … [Read More...]

New York Considers Adoption of Uniform Bar Exam

By Alexandra Douglas, 3L Early in October, the New York State Board of Law Examiners (SBLE) recommended to the New York Court of Appeals that the current bar examination be replaced with the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE). The Court of Appeals issued a … [Read More...]