Cardozo School of Law

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As part of the Yeshiva University, considered the most highly regarded research university in the United States, the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law was founded in 1976. While it's known for many things, it's the graduates who really define the school as a whole and who serve as the inspiration for incoming law students. These law students come aboard each new semester with great hope for their future; they want to follow in the mighty footsteps of those before them - and they're succeeding. Many find themselves being offered positions with some of the most highly respected law firms in the nation; others choose to pursue the legalities of politics and still, others, continue to move forward in their educations with the school's LLM program.

Named for Supreme Court Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo, the school is one of the three newest law schools found in the compilation of the Top 100 American Law Schools. Its first graduating class was in 1979 and soon, it was understood that the small but mighty institution was a force to be reckoned with.



Competition for entry is fierce and tuition per semester is $46,224 (for the 2010-2011 academic year) for JD and LLM students. For full time students, the rate is $23,112 per semester while part time JD May Program students pay $15,408 per semester. The student fees associated with attending Cardozo Law are $570. Part time JD May Program students pay $190 per semester. The school has a convenient Estimated Cost of Attendance page, but the total for a full time fall/spring student hovers near $24,500. The school offers families convenient money saving tips as well as debt management for students, something that's not usually found on a law school's website.

Recently, it was announced that New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman would be this year's commencement speaker. While security has already been amped up, visitors say the hospitality remains consistent despite the efforts. It's an exciting time for graduates and simultaneously, it's a great time for would-be students and families to tour the campus.

These days, the law students are focusing their efforts on a number of current events, including playing a role in the now infamous WikiLeaks scandal. This controversial event has the potential for many long-standing laws to be changed; the law school is sure the groundbreaking efforts will play a significant role in how the legal specialty will be redefined from this point forward. The school is also undergoing renovations and will soon find itself with more land so that it can continue to grow and accommodate incoming students.

For more information on the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, visit the website at Cardozo.YU.edu.



Adams Broadwell Joseph & Cardozo PC, Attorneys at Law.

    

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