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Religious and personal exemptions from vaccination are a dangerous consequence of “extreme religious liberty.” - Professor Marci Hamilton in The New York Times http://nyti.ms/19x6cJ5
Laws attempting to balance freedom with the common good have led to numerous personal religious exemptions that states have the power to eliminate or tighten.
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Professor Lester Brickman testifies at U.S. House subcommittee hearing on asbestos claim transparency http://bit.ly/1C5aMaH
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 ...
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This year's Public Law Advocacy Week (P*LAW) from January 26 to 29 will feature panels on immigration, education, domestic violence, and environmental law. http://bit.ly/1wUK0NK
P*LAW is a weeklong series of events from January 26 to 29, 2015, featuring panels and works on topics pertinent to the practice of public interest law.
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Don't miss our fascinating event on academic freedom 1/15 with Professor Stanley Fish, Columbia University President Lee Bollinger, NYU President John Sexton, and Dean Matthew Diller: http://bit.ly/14i4YOF
The Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University invite you to a special event in honor of the publication of Professor Stanley Fish's recent book, Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution.
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Shawna Benston '14 and Michelle Chu '15 win law journal writing competition. Congrats! http://bit.ly/1sJdlsl
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 ...
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Check out the recording of Tuesday night's Tech Talks panel on e-discovery: http://bit.ly/1BhPARr
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 ...
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The Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund to Support The Indie Film Clinic at Cardozo Law http://bit.ly/1yq4zD8
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“When the judge and clerks can’t understand what you’re saying to them and you can’t understand them, decisions come out wrong that lead to physical injury … and many other injustices” - Professor David Udell on the language barriers in PA's court system: http://bit.ly/1KBp5HN
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Man who spent 26 years in prison settles for $2.5 million-he was released in 2008 with help from the Innocence Project. http://on.freep.com/1Fbp8ah
Walter Swift was found guilty of raping a Detroit woman based on police misconduct and a bad trial lawyer.
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Cardozo Law's Indie Film Clinic has been picked as one of most innovative in the country by The National Jurist. "We're supporting a part of the cultural economy of New York that we consider to be crucial," said Professor David Morrison, director of the clinic. http://bit.ly/14otuha
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NY City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito speaks at Cardozo Law during today's conference on expanding access to counsel for immigrants:
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Tonight's event at Cardozo Law: the latest in the Cardozo Law Tech Talks series, on the evolution of e-discovery law and technology http://bit.ly/1EpIuXs

The panel following the screening will be live streamed here at around 7:15 pm: http://bit.ly/1B2vx9p
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 ...
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The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law is the law school of Yeshiva University, located in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The school is named for Supreme Court Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo. Cardozo's success as a young school has been remarkable. Among the top 100 law schools, only two schools are younger than Cardozo, which graduated its first class in 1979. 

While Cardozo is noted for its academic strengths in numerous areas of study, its Intellectual Property and Dispute Resolution programs are particularly well-reputed and consistently ranked within the top ten in the country by U.S. News. The school is also home to the Innocence Project, run by Cardozo Professor Barry Scheck, known for using DNA profiling to help free innocent prisoners. The project is frequently reported on in the national news, and its work has been instrumental in some high-profile cases. Many of Cardozo's 12,000 alumni reside in the New York metropolitan area, and they have a considerable presence in New York City, although many Cardozo graduates pursue their careers internationally and can be found across the country in 50 states.

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