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THE 
STAFF 



RES NOVA, the CSL Yearbook is in its second year and while two issues do not a 
tradition make, we think it is safe to say that the Yearbook has successfully 
established itself in the Cardozo community. 

This year's book is in many ways an improvement over our first issue. In an effort 
to make it more representative of the Cardozo experience and of the entire 
student body, we've filled this issue with more pages, photos, content and quality. 

We would like to acknowledge the cooperation of Yeshiva University and the 
administration of the Cardozo School of Law. We also wish to express our graditude 
to the many students who while not officially members of the Yearbook staff, took 
time out from their studies to make contributions to the 1984 book. 

Once again we owe a tremendous debt of thanks to the parents and friends of 
this year's graduates who contributed to our cause. Their generosity helped make 
the 1984 Yearbook a reality. 

Finally, we wish to give special thanks to Student Bar Association who not only 
gave us a great deal of support but also helped us in many other ways. 





SHERRI EHRLICH 





Editor-in-Chief ANDREW MEYERS 








Photography LARRY MARGOLIN 




LINDA RUBANO 



Jostens Rep. MIKE CANNON 



Photography BILL KOEPPEL 







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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



YESHIVA UNIVERSITY 

SOD WEST IBSth STREET 
NEW YORK. N. Y. 1 D033 



MESSAGE TO THE CARDOZO GRADUATES 



Dear Graduates : 

After three years of deep immersion in the law at the Benjamin N. 
Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University is ready to award you 
your degrees and send you out into "the real world." 

How "real" that world is, compared with the intellectual 
enterprise and theoretical exercises of your years at Law School, 
I do not know. What constitutes reality is a philosophical 
problem, but I believe that your career in the practical aspects 
of life can only benefit from your studies at Cardozo — not only 
because we provided you with the underpinnings of your legal 
careers, but because the study of law is in itself a cultural 
achievement of high intrinsic value. 

As you leave our institution, I offer you my best wishes for 
brilliant and satisfying careers, and for rich personal lives 
which will have been enhanced immeasurably by your studies at 
Cardozo . 



Cordially yours, 




NORMAN LAMM 
President 



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BENJAMIN N. CARDOZO SCHOOL OF LAW 
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55 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10003 



OFFICE OF THE DEAN 



PHONE (212) 790-0310 



Yearbooks are looked at immediately upon receipt, when faces 
and experiences are fresh, and then, usually, many years later 
when time has mellowed and purified the year in question. Now 
there is the throng of immediate recollections, the pressures, 
the satisfactions, the frustrations and the achievements. My 
hope is that in addition to these impressions, in the distant 
period, you will look back at an institution that all of you 
helped to develop, to which you contributed your time and from 
which you gained great benefit. 

We are building a great law school, but its greatness will 
be an accumulation of our individual contributions. 1983 was a 
year in which the legal profession continued its massive 
convulsions, with changes in the federal regulatory impact, the 
size and nature of law firms and the role of lawyers in helping 
to mediate and resolve disputes. I hope Cardozo is understanding 
these changes and adjusting to them. 

My congratulations to the editors ^eif /this) Yearbook , 




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NINA ABER 

B.S. Cornell University 

New York, New York 




MICHAEL ADGES J 

B.A. State University of New York-Stony 

Brook 

Brooklyn, New York 

Yearbooki Environ and Urban Law Society 




AFUA AFRIYE-OPETUBO F 

B.S. Lehigh Univ., M.S.W. Rutgers Univ. 

Harlem, New York 

National Lawyers Guild, BALLSA, LSCRRC 




AMY ALKOFF 

B.A. Brandeis University 

Pleasantville, New York 

Moot Court Board Paulsen Editor 




JACQUELINE AUERBACH A 

B.A. Northwestern Univ.i M.S. Pratt Insti- 
tute 




PAULA L. BARRETT D 

B.S. Brooklyn Col., M.S. Yeshiva Univ., 

M.A. HUC-JIR 

New York, New York 

Student Bar Association 




DONNA B. BASHE E 

B.A. State University of New York-Albany 
Merrick. New York 
Moot Court Board 




MARK BASS I 

B.A. State University of New York-Buffalo 

Brooklyn, New York 

Fear and Loathing Society 




JOHN H. BAUMAN D 

B.B.A., A.P.P.C. University of Cincinnati 
New York, New York 
Law Review, Criminal Law Clinic 





JODY H. BAUMEL B 

B.A. Queens College 

Jamaica. New York 

Mt Ct Bdi PIsn Cmpti Bntn Cmpti Pros 

Pract 

Lawyerette 



MIRIAM BAVATI 
B.A. Douglass College 
Levittown, Pennsylvania 





STUART J. BECKERMAN 
B.A. University of Pennsylvania 
Freeport, New York 
Civil Liberties Research Committee 




NAOMI S. BELL 

B.A. Brooklyn College 
Brooklyn, New York 
AELJ Executive Editor 




FRANCINE BELLACH F 

B.A. Brandeis University 

Woodmere. New York 

AELJ Notes and Comments Edi AELSi BIkn 

Sclr 






DEAN BELMONT 

B.A. George Washington University 
Hewlett, New York 



SCOTT PAUL BENJAMIN I 

BA. State University of New York-Albany 
New York, New York 
Paulson Competition) Musical 



DONALD S. BERK A 

B.A. Harvard College 

Great Neck, New York 

Mt Ct Bd Ed-in-Chf, Crm Cine. Aff Act) 

Lwyr Gid 






HOWARD M. BERKOWER 

B.S. Brooklyn College 

Brooklyn, New York 

Law Review Executive Editor 



MICHAEL B. BERMAN F 

B.A. Iowa Wesleyan, M.A.T. Trenton Stj 

M.A. Rutgers 

Lakewood. New Jersey 

SBAi Belkin Scholari Labor Moot Court 



STEVEN LEE BERMAN G 

B.S. Rutgers University 
North Brunswick, New Jersey 
Patent Law Competition) Research Assis- 
tant 






AUDREY M. BLUME 



JEFFREY BOTWINICK 

B.A. Queens College 

Queens, New York 

Student Bar Association PreS) Mt 

Cmpt 



JANET ANN BRENNAN 
B.A.. M.S. St. Johns University 
Staten Island, New York 





KENNETH L. BRESSLER 

B.A. Dickinson College 
Maplewood, New Jersey 
AELJ Editor-in-Chief 




SUSAN BURKHOFF 

B.A. George Washington University 



MILTON CAHN 
B.A. Yeshtva University 
New York, New York 
Law Review Associate Editor 



NICHOLAS CARUSO 

B.A. New York University 
Bloomfield, New Jersey 




JUDITH S. CHARNY A 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 



GEORGE N. COHEN F 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

South Orange, New Jersey 

Moot Court) Fear and Loathing Society 



HARLAN LEIGH COHEN E 

B.A. Dickinson College 
Wayne, New Jersey 

Moot Court Board) International Law So- 
ciety 



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FAITH L. CONNOR I 

B.A. State University of New York-Buffalo 
Woodbury, New York 



DAVID A. COUSINS 

B.A. Brandeis University 
New York, New York 



VINCENT P. CRONIN 

B.A. Manhattan College 

New York, New York 

Civil Liberties Research Committee 






URSULA B. DAY 
B.A. Hunter College 
New York, New York 



MANLIO C. DiPRETA 

B.A. Hunter College 
Queens, New York 



JEFFREY A. DIAMOND 
A.B. Brown University 
New York. New York 
Student Bar Association 






JONATHAN ANDREW DILLER 

B.A. Columbia University 
New York, New York 
Prosecutor Practicum 



LORI B. DREIER 

B.A. New York University 
Forest Hills, New York 



HELEN DROOK 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
New York, New York 






LARRY EARLY 

New York State Certified Teacher 
New York. New York 



WALTER EDELSTEIN 

B.S. University of Buffalo 
Oceanslde. New York 



SHERRI EHRLICH 

B.A. Barnard College 





PATRICIA EINBENDER F 

A.A.S. Fashion Institute) B.A. New York 

Univ 

Moot Court Board] Cardozo Lawyers 

Guild 






CINDY B. EISENBERG F 

A.B. Smith College 
New Rochelle, New York 
WALB Exc/Bus Ed, Affrm Act, Law Wom- 
en, Lwyr GId 



ROBERT SCOTT ELLIS 

B.A. Rutgers University 

West Orange. New Jersey 

Arts and Entertainment Law Society, 

WALB 



STEVEN ZACHARY ETTINGER 
B.S. Yeshiva University 
Dalton, Georgia 






JEFFREY FELD 

B.A. University of California-Los Angeles 

Los Angeles, California 

Southern District Litigation Program 



SHIRLEY FISHBEIN-HASS J 

B.A. NYU, M.A. Univ Chicago, D.E.U.G. 

Univ Paris 

Pawtucket. Rhode Island 

AELJ Notes and Comments Editor 



STEVEN FOX 
B.A. University of Rochester 
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 
Fear and Loathing Society 






MICHELLE FREUDENBERGER J 

B.A. Queens College 
Forest Hills, New York 
Law Review 



NEAL FRISHBERG 
B.A. Vassar College 
East Meadow, New York 
Musical 



PATRICIA FROME 

B.A. Skidmore College 
New York, New York 






RENEE E. FROST 

B.S. Albany State University 

New York, New York 

Law Review Managing Editor 



DANIEL C. FURMAN 

Zagieb, Yugoslavia 



DIANA K. GAFFIELD C 

A.A. Hartford Coll for Women, B.A. Bar- 
nard College, M.A. Columbia University 
West Hartford, Connecticut 






ANDREA GAINES 

B.A. Brown University 
Hampton, Connecticut 
Student Bar Associationi Lawyerette 



LOIS GARTLIR 

B.A. Cornell University 
Great Neck, New York 



ROBIN C. GELBURD C 

B.A. State University of New York-Blng- 

hamton 

New York, New York 

Law Review 






RICHARD GILBERT C 

B.A. State University of New York-Albany 
Oceanside, New York 



JANET L. GOLDMAN 

B.A. Brandeis University 
Paramus, New Jersey 



SHELDON MYLES GOLDMAN 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
Brooklyn, New York 
Moot Court Board) AELJ 




RENA SEPTEE GOLDSTEIN 
B.A. Barnard College 
Brooklyn, New York 







ANNE GONTOWNIK 

B.A. Brooklyn College 
Queens. New York 



LYNN C. GOODMAN H 

B.A. Barnard College 

Baltimore. Maryland 

Law Review) WALBi Alexander Fellows 

Clerk 



RAMONA LEE GOODMAN I 

B.A. Barnard College 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Student Bar Association Vice Presi WALB 






LYDIA H. GORDAN H 

B.A. Barnard College! M.A. New York 

Univ. 

Great Neck. New York 

Law Review 



MARCY G. GORDON 

B.A. Emory University 
New York, New York 



ROBERT J. GREENBERG B 

B.A. Yeshiva University 

Staten Island, New York 

Frm Prd Ed, Mt Ct Bdi Ptsn Cmpti Benton 

Cmpt 






SAMUEL S. HALBERG E 

B.A. Adelphi Univj M.A. Beth Medrosh 

Govoha 

Monsey. New York 



SUSAN HALPERN J 

B.A. Smith Colli M.A. New School for Soc. 

Res. 

New York, New York 



MAURICE W. HELLER 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

New York, New York 

Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 




NANCY HELLER H 

B.A. Wellesley Coll. M.F.A. Columbia Univ. 
New York. New York 
Law Review-, Alexander Fellows Clerkship 




THOMAS HENDRICKSON 

8.A. Montclair State College 
Bloomfleld, New Jersey 



MARCIE R. HERMELIN 

B.A. New York University 
Birmingham, Michigan 
Law Reviewi Belkin Scholar 




ALISON HOFFMAN 

B.A. Tufts University 
Manhasset Hills, New York 




DAVID HOFSTADTER F 

B.A. California State University-North- 

ridge 

Van Nuys, California 

Law Review 







MYRLE HORVITZ 

B.A. University of Kentucky 
Louisville, Kentucky 
Forumi Musical) AELS 



JAMES HORWITZ 

B.A. Colgate University 
West Orange, New Jersey 



SHARON HYMAN 

B.A. New York University 
Riverdale, New York 





JOSEPH INDELICATO 

A.A. Gueensborough Comm Coll) 

Queens Coll 

Astoria, New York 

Yearbook Editor-in-Chief '83i SBA 




OSCAR JAEGER 

B.A. Columbia University 
Brooklyn, New York 
Forum Copy Editor 






JOSHUA JEDWAB 
B.A. Columbia University 
Brooklyn, New York 
Forumi Musical Director 



ROBERT J. JENEY, JR. 

B.S. Rutgers University 
Clark, New Jersey 



KAREN M. KALIKOW 
B.A. Brandeis University 
West Hempstead, New York 
Law Reviewi Criminal Law Clinic 




SARENA KAMINER 
B.A. Brandeis University 
Kew Gardens, New York 





LISA KAPLAN 
B.A. Boston University 



ROBIN HELENE KARASYK A 

B.A. State University of New York-Bing- 

hamton 

Valley Stream, New York 




LOUIS P. KAROL B 

B.B.A. George Washington University 
Fair Lawn, New Jersey 



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DAVID S. KATZ \ 

B.A. Boston University 
New York, New York 
Fear and Loathing Society 




RICHARD JONATHAN KATZ 
B.S.i M.B.A. Fordham University 
Queens, New York 
Fear and Loathing Society 




SHARON D. KATZ 

B.A. Barnard College 
New York. New York 





MARIANE KERN 

B.A. Tulane University 
Moot Court Board 





MATTHEW C. KESTON 
B.A. Brandeis University 
Massapequa, New York 
Forum Managing Editor 



JEFFREY L. KINZLER 

Bachelor of Architecture, Pratt Institute 

Woodmere, New York 

Environmental and Urban Law Society 

Pres. 




ROBIN KLAR 




SHARON D. KLEIN 

B.A. Brooklyn College 
Brooklyn, New York 




THOM KLEINER 

B.A. Wesleyan University 

New York, New York 

PIsn Cmpti Affirm Act Coal, Nat'l Law GId 





JODY KLOTZ-LINSKY 
B.S. Boston University 
Hewlett Harbor, New York 



SHERI K. NOBLER 

B.A. Boston University 
Great Neck, New York 
Lawyerette 



WILLIAM W. KOEPPEL 

B.A. Adelphi University 
Atlantic Beach, New York 
Photographer for CSL Publications 






HENRY KOHN 

B.S. Brooklyn College 
Brooklyn, New York 



GARY L. KOSDAN E 

B.A. Boston Univ.i M.S. Univ. of Michigan 
Paterson, New Jersey 



GARY M. KRASNA 

B.A. Queens College 
New York, New York 






DAVID KRAVITZ 

B.A. Brooklyn College 
Brooklyn, New York 



ELYSE KREMENS G 

B.S. State University of New York-Albany 
New York, New York 
WALB Associate Editor 



DONNA LYNN KUHN 
B.A. Barnard College 
Huntington, New York 






IRWIN J. KUHN 

B.A. Vanderbilt University 
Nashville, Tennessee 



LISA LANDER 

B.A. Fordham University 
Bronx, New York 



LISA B. LANDSMAN 
B.A. Rider College 
Edison, New Jersey 
Moot Court Board 






CAROL SUE LAVNER 

B.A. New York University 

Mt. Vernon, New York 

Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 



DAVID LAZAROS 

A.A., B.A. Yeshiva University 
Riverhead, New York 



STEVEN R. LEVI 

B.A. New York University 
New York, New York 




LISA LEVINE B 

B.A. University of Michigan 

Southfield, Michigan 

Moot Court Boardi Crim Law Clnci 

Lawyerette 







LONI R. LEVY 
B.S. Boston University 
Fort Lee. New Jersey 



MARK R. LEWIS 

B.A. State University of New York 

Binghamton 

Forest Hills. New York 

Moot Court Board 



MARK LIEBERMAN 

B.S.M.E. Tufts University 
Scarsdale. New York 
Alexander Fellows Clerkship 




SIPHORA LIFRAK 

B.A. New York University 
Brooklyn, New York 





DEBORAH LOCITZER 

B.A. Boston University 
New Rochelle. New York 
Arts and Entertainment Law 
Journal Assoc. Ed. 



HADASSAH LOEB 

A.B., M.A. Hunter College 
New York, New York 






ANN LURIA 



ARTHUR M. LUXENBERG 

B.A. Yeshiva University 
Woodmere, New York 



DEBORAH ANN MAGEE 
B.A. Trenton State College 
Ewing, New Jersey 




BARBARA MANDEL 

B.A. Barnard College 
New York, New York 




TOBY ALAN MARTIN 
B.A. New York University 
Criminal Law Clinic 




MARC SCOTT MASON J 

B.A. State University of New York-Bing- 
ham ton 

New York, New York 
Environmental and Urban Law Society 





LAURENCE S, MARGOLIN 

B.A. University of Rochester 
Great Neck, New York 
Forum Photo Ed> WALB, PIsn Cmpt. Musi- 
cal) Yrbk, Labor Team, Mt. Ct. Bd. 



MARTIN ERIC MARKS I 

B.A. State University of New York-Stony 

Brook 

Brooklyn, New York 

Fear and Loathing Society 





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STEPHEN P. MATH 
B.A. Rutgers University 
Teaneck. New Jersey 




AVIVA LYNN MILLER 
B.A. Michigan State University 
Wilmette, Illinois 
Musical 



ELLEN MENDELSON G 

S.U.C. at Brockport 
East Northport. New York 
MT CT ADV BD, QF Paulsen 6 Bailey 
Team VP Environmental 6 Urban Law So- 
ciety 




ANDREW R. MEYERS 

A.A., B.S. Yeshiva University 
Springfield, Massachusetts 
Yearbook Editor-in-Chief '84 





MARJORIE MILLER 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 
Scarsdale, New York 
AELJ; Mt Ct Bd Nat'l 6 Jes Tm, Crm Law 
CInCi Musical 



SUSAN J. MILLER E 

B.A. Wash. Univ.i M.A. New School for 

Soc. Res. 

New York, New York 

Environ and Urban Law Soc, Musical 






WILMA KERNER MILLER 

B.S. Hofstra University 
Merrick, New York 



ELLEN MISHKIN 
B.A. Antioch College 
Crim Law ClnCi BIkn SchL 
Comm 



ISAAC M. MISHKOFF E 

B.A. Yeshiva University 
Queens, New York 

Moot Court Board Managing Editor: Bel- 
kin Sch 






ROBIN J. MITCHELL 

B.F.A. University of Florida 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Cardozo Law Womeni Belkin Scholar 



ROBERT MORICI 

B.S. St. Johns University 
Brooklyn, New York 



KAREN S. MORRISON 
B.A. Tufts University 
Old Westbury, New York 






JOANNE J. MYERS 
B.A. University of Minnesota 
New York, New York 



ROBERT STEVEN NAYBERG 
B.A. Queens College 
Flushing. New York 



MARK NEARENBERG D 

B.A. State University of New York-Albany 

New Hyde Park, New York 

.Arts and Entertainment Law Society - 

Pres 






ELLEN L. NELSON 
B.A. Boston State College 
Kinnelon, New Jersey 



MITCHELL C. PAHL 

B.A. Queens College 
Rosendaie, New York 
Law Review Managing Editor 



HAL B. PERKINS 

B.S. American University 

Westbury, New York 

Law Review Executive Editor 






CHERYL PHILLIP 

B.A. Queens College 

Flushing. New York 

WALB Special Events Editor 



SUSAN G. PISHIEL 
B.A. Vassar College 
Brooklyn, New York 



HERBERT G. PITKOWSKY E 

B.A. Queens College 

Bronx, New York 

Forumi Environ and Urban Law Society 






SUSAN POGODA 

B.A. Brooklyn College 
Brooklyn, New York 



STEVEN S. POLINSKY 

B.S. Boston University 
Ridgefield, New Jersey 



ROBIN C. PRICE B 

B.A. Cornell University 

Roslyn, New York 

AELJ Notes and Comm Edi Musicali Crim 

Law Cine 





EILEEN A. RAKOWER I 

B.A. State University of New York-Bing- 

hamton 

Wantagh, New York 

WALBi Criminal Law Clinic 






CELIA RECHTSCHAFFEN REED 

B.A. Franconia Collegei M.A. City Coll of 

NY 



HOWARD A. REIGHMAN B 

B.A. Loyola Universltyj BHL Hebrew Theo 

Coil 

Chicago, Illinois 



RALPH J. REISSMAN 

B.A. S.U.N.Y.-Buffalo, M.A. Yale Universi- 
ty 

Roslyn, New York 

Law Review Notes and Commends Edi 
BIkn SchI 




ALAN J. RICH H 

B.A., M.A. City University of New York 

Far Rockaway, New York 

Jes Cmpt S Edi Int'l Law Soc Pres 







ANDREA ROSCHELLE C 

B.A. Hunter College 

New York, New York 

Benton S Jessup Moot Court Competition 





JEFFREY ROSENBLUETH 

B.A. New York University 
Manhasset Hills, New York 
Arts and Entertainment Law Society 



LAUREL S. ROTKER 

B.A. Queens College 
Rego Park. New York 
Moot Court Board Editor 






JUDY RUDERMAN 
B.A. Barnard College 
New York. New York 



AVIS L. SANDERS 
B.A. American University 
New York, New York 



MICHAEL S. SANDERS G 

B.A. University of California San Diego 
Springfield. New Jersey 






LISA E. SARNOFF A 

B.A. University of Rochester 

Plainview, New York 

Mt Ct Bd Paulsen Edi Criminal Law Clinic 



JEFFREY SCOTT SAROKIN 
B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 
Short Hills, New Jersey 



JUDITH H. SAUNDERS A 

B.A. Case Western Reserve University 
New York, New York 






CATHY SCHNEIDER G 

B.S. State University of New York-Bing- 

hamton 

Howard Beach, New York 



IRIS SCHNEIDER 

B.S. City University of New York 
Bronx, New York 



KENNETH MARC SCHNEIDER 

B.A. Columbia College 

Brooklyn, New York 

Law Review Editor-in-Chief 






MATTHEW R. SCHUTZ 

B.A. Rutgers University 
Flemington, New Jersey 



KAREN SCHWARTZ-SIDRANE I 

B.S. Cornell University 
Cedarhurst, New Jersey 



ROBERT J. SEMAYA E 

B.A. State University of New York-Albany 

New York, New York 

Mt Ct Bd, Ed Nat'l Cmpt, Chrmn Comm 

Compt 






ANDREW J. SIEGEL 

B.A. St. Johns University 
Staten Island, New York 
Forumj Moot Court 



JOEL A. SIEGEL C 

B.A. University of Michigan 
Brooklyn, New York 
AELJ Mng Ed, AELS. PIsn Cmpt, Musical 



JOSEPH PETER SIEGER G. 

B.U.S. University of New Mexico 

Doylestown, Pennsylvania 

Law Review Notes and Comments Editor 





DIANE SILBERMAN F 

B.A. Boston University 

Law Review Notes and Comments Editor 






PHILIP SILVERBERG 

B.A. Montclair College 
New Milford, New Jersey 



RICHARD J. SILVERBERG 

B.A. University of Rochester 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Forum Editor-in-Chief 



CHARLES SILVERSTEIN 

Great Neck, New York 
Moot Court Board 






STUART R. SINGER 

B.A. Queens College 
New York, New York 



ALICE J. SLATER 

B.A. Queens College 
New York, New York 
AELJ, Belkin Scholar 



CHERYL ANNE SLAVIN G 

B.A. State University of New York-Pur- 
chase 

Brooklyn, New York 
Moot Court Board 






SHEILA E. SMALL 

B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 

Great Neck, New York 

Affirmative Action Coalitioni BALLSA 



NAOMI SMOOK 

B.A. Brandeis University 
New Rochelle, New York 



COURTNEY 
SOLOMON-KIRSHNER 

A.B. Harvard University 

New York, New York 

Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 





MARTIN ANDREW SPIGNER 

B.A. New York University 
Rego Parle, New Yoric 






DAVID M. STEIN I 

B.A. State University of New York-Pur- 
chase 

Syosset, New York 
International Law Society 



PHILIP D. STERN 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 
Passaic, New Jersey 
Moot Court 



GLENN STONE 

B.A. Brooklyn College 
New York, New York 




ADINA STRAUS RUBIN 

B.S. Brooklyn College 
Brooklyn, New York 





SANFORD STRENGER 

B.A., M.S. University of Rochester 
Queens, New York 
Criminal Law Clinic 



JONATHAN D. STRUM C 

B.A. Hamilton Col.i M.A. Tel Aviv Univer- 
ity 

Neve Avivim, Israel 

Forum. SBAi Jessup Moot Court Edi Musi- 
cal 






RENAN SUGARMAN I 

B.A. University of Callfornia-Los Angeles 
North Hollywood. California 
AELJi Alexander Fellows Clerkship 



STEVEN R. SUNDHEIM 

B.A. New York University ' 
Irvington, New York 
Law Reviewi Musical 



DAVID SUTTON 

B.A. Columbia University 
Brooklyn, New York 






MARYLINN TAYLOR B 

B.A. State University of New York-Albany 
Spencer, Iowa 



MARTIN TENENBAUM 

B.A. Queens College 
Brooklyn, New York 
Student Bar Association 



LAWRENCE E. TOFEL A 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

Riverdale, New York 

Moot Court Board) Criminal Law Clinic 






PRESTON TOWBER B 

B.A. New York University 
Forest Hills, New York 
Law Review Associate Ed § Business Man- 
ager 



WENDY K. TRAUGOT I 

A.S. Nassau Comm. Coll.) B.S. St. Johns 

Univ. 

Syosset, New York 

WALB Assoc Ed) Yearbook) F. Lee Bailey 

Cmpt 



GALE M. TRENTALANGE 

B.A. College of Staten Island 
Staten Island, New York 
Environmental and Urban Law Society 






LISA UNGER 

B.A. City College of New York 

New York, New York 

Criminal Law Clinici Nat Lawyers Guild 



CLAIRE VENZE B 

B.A. University of California-Los Angeles 

Beverly Hills, California 

Law Reviewi Criminal Law Clinic 



MINDY E. WACHTEL 

B.A. New York University 
Hillside, New Jersey 
AELJ Associate Editor 






EVAN H. WASSERMAN 1 

A.B. Vassar College 

New York, New York 

Environmental and Urban Law Society 



DENISE WEGLARZ B 

B.A. State University of New York-Albany 
WALB Assoc Ed, Musicali Cardozo Law 
Women 



AUDREY WEINTRUB B 

B.A. Smith College M.A. Columbia Uni- 
versity 

New York, New York 
Law Review 






MARK WEISSMANN J 

B.A. George Washington University 

Dover, New Jersey 

Moot Court Board) National Moot Court 

Team 



DANIEL WEISZ 

B.S. Cornell University 

Yonkers, New York 

Moot Court Board Executive Editor 



SONDRA E. WEXNER 
B.A. New York University 
Valley Stream, New York 
AELJ Articles Editor 




JAMEIONE M. WINSTON-DAY E 

B.S. Boston University 
New York. New York 
BALLSA 




ARNIE WOLSKY 

B.A. Syracuse University 
Fear and Loathing Society 





LAURIE ZELIGSON H 

B.A. Barnard College 

North Woodmere, New York 

WALB Assoc Edi Prosecutor Practicum 



JEAN ZiSA 

B.S. St. Johns University 
Brooklyn, New York 



HOWARD B. ZISBLATT J 

B.A. California State Univ.-Northridge 
North Hollywood, California 




DAVID M. AKSELRAD A 

B.A., M.B.A. New York University Brook- 
lyn, New York 




IRI KLEIN ENGELS A 

B.A. Syracuse Univi M.S. Hofstra Univ. 

Centerport, New York 

Law Review, Alexander Fellows Program 




PATRICIA S. JUSKOWITZ A 

B.A. Brooklyn College New York, New 
York 




STEVEN MILLON 

Briarwood, New York 




DAVID SCOTT 

B.F.A. NEW York University 




HAL EVAN SIEGER C 

B.S. State Univ. New York-Albany Man- 
hassethills. New York 
International Law Society 



JAMIE CAROL ABRAMS 
B.A. McGill University 



SURI ROCHELLE ALBERT 
B.A. Queens College 



MARTIN W. ARON 
B.A. Rutgers University 



LINDA SHARON BACHMAN 
B.A. Tulane University 



HARRY MIKE BALDINGER 
B.S. Towson State 



DONALD M. BARONE 
B.A. Rutgers 



LAWRENCE CHARLES BARTH 



CATHY BECK 

B.A. Wesleyan University 



NATHAN M. BELOFSKY 
B.A. Brandeis University 

JOSHUA L. BLACKMAN 
B.S. Towson State University 

MORY K. BRENNER 

B.A. Carnegie-Mellon University 

DEBORAH A. COHEN 

B.A. Jersey City State College 

PETER EVANS DAVOL 

B.A. University of Pennsennsylvania 

MARK PETER DUGAN 
B.S. Lehigh University 

M.E. FISENNE 

B.A. New York University 

MARTIN BARRY GELLER 
B.B.A. University of Wisconsin 



DIANE GELON 

B.A. University of California 

DORIS ANN GOETZ 

B.A. Marymount Manhattan College 

ANDREW GOLDBERG 
B.A. Colombia University 

MATTHEW JAY GOULD 
B.A. University of Michigan 

ABBY MERYL HARRIS 
B.A. Smith College 

ELIZABETH B. MEALY 
B.A. Brooklyn College 

MADELYNN S. HEINTZ 
B.S. Cornell University 

JONATHAN HELLMAN 
B.S. Skidmore College 

SLYVIA DEON HENSON 
B.S. University of Utah 

CARLYN BETH HIRSCH 
B.F.A. New York University 

BARBARA L. KAGAN 
B.A. Brandeis University 

MARK C. KALISH 

B.A. University of Delaware 

BRUCE DAVID KATZ 

B.A. Franklin and Marshall College 

PHYLLIS M. KAUFMAN 
B.A. Bryn Mawr College 

HOLLY SEAN KENNEDY 
B.A. Radeliffe College 

COURTNEY SARAH KIRSHNER 
B.A. Radeliffe College 

JAMES MATTHEW KOSAKOW 
B.A. Connecticut College 

LEONORE M. KUBALEK 
B.S. Marywood College 

DANIEL LEWIS LEVINE 
B.A. Swrarthmore College 

RONALD G. LEVINE 

B.A., M.B.A. Rutgers University 

HELEN LIEBMAN 
B.A. Hunter College 

JODY KLOTZ LINSKY 
B.S. Boston University 

LAURIE K. MACLEOD 
B.A. Hampshire College 

SARA W. MCGINTY 
B.A. Barnard College 

PAMELA L. MILLER 
B.A. Yeshiva University 

ROBIN J. GOLD MITCHELL 
B.F.A. University of Florida 

RICHARD HARRIS MOND 
B.A. Lafayette College 

PENINAH R. PETRUCK 
B.A. Barnard College 
Ph.D. New York University 



MICHAEL BENJAMIN RADEST 
B.A. Montclair State College 

PINCHUS DAVID RAICE 
B.A. Lehman College 

ABE RAPPAPORT 
B.A. Brooklyn College 

CELIA RECHTSCHAFFEN 
B.A. Franconia College 

SHEREE ERIKA RHEINHARDT 
B.A. Tufts University 

ROBERT RICHARDS 
B.A. Alfred University 

RUTH ROGERS 

B.A. New York University 

MARILYN ROSENTHAL 
B.A. University of Michigan 

AMY ROSS 

B.A. Hampshire College 

ADINA STRAUS RUBIN 
B.S. Brooklyn College 

MARCIA SHELLY RUSKIN 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

DALE P. SCHOMER 
B.A. Cornell University 

ERIS BRIAN SCHUMACHER 
B.A. Johns Hopkins 

ILENE M. SHIFRIN 

B.A. Fordam University 

HAL EVAN SIEGER 

B.A. State University at Albany 

MICHAEL J. SIMON 
B.A. Kenyon College 

SETH THEODORE STARK 
B.A. Columbia University 

JOHN NICHOLAS SPIRIDAKIS 

B.A. State University at Stony Brook 

ELIHU STONE 

B.A. Brandeis University 

GLEN MARC TROTINER 

B.A., M.S. State University at Albany 

LINDA I. VOGEL 

B.A., M.A. New York University 

BETH A. WAHL 

B.A. College University 

SUSAN J. WEILER 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

AUDREY M. WEINSTEIN 

B.A. State University at Albany 

BETSY WERTHAN 

B.A. Sarah Lawrence College 

CHRISTOPHER ROBERT WHENT 
M.S. Sc. University of Stockholm 

RICHARD ALFRED WISE 
B.A. Columbia University 

MICHAEL CHARLES ZWAL 
B.A. Queens College 



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Monroe E. Price, LLB. 
Dean 

John D, Appel, J.D. 
Associate Dean 

Richard M. Joel, J.D. 
Associate Dean 

Ellen R. Cherrick, J.D. 
Assistant Dean for Admissions 

Norma P. D'Apolito. J.D. 
Assistant Dean for Placement 



Barbara A, Conviser, M,A. 
Assistant to tlie Dean 

Helen Irwin, J.D. 
Assistant to ttie Dean 
for Student Affairs 

Arlene Agus, B.A. 

Director of External Affairs and Planning 

Abby S. Milstein, J.D. 
Director of Legal Writing 




ARSON 



.nald J. Rapson 
. -Jjunct Professor of Law. B.A.. 1951, J.D„ 1954, Columbia University. 
Professor Rapson has been with the firm of Lautman, Rapson, Henderson S Mills (Asbury Pa 
Manasquan, New Jersey) since I960. He is a member of the American Law Institute ar 
chairman of the New Jersey Board of Examiners (1970-75). He is a member of the Pern 
Editorial Board for the Uniform Commercial Code and was a consultant to the New Yoi 
Revision Commission in its original studies of the UCC in 1954-56. He is a lecturer in 
Columbia Law School and an adjunct associate professor of law at New York University. Pre 
Rapson has published extensively in the area of commercial law and has been a lectur 
among others, the Annual Uniform Commercial Code Institute, Practicing Law Institute, Am 
Law Institute, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Bank Lawyers Confe 
and Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys. 




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Chauncey L. Walker 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., I960. Harvard University-. J.D.. 1963, Columbia Universi- 
Professor Walker graduated cum laude from Harvard and was a Harlan Fiske Stone 
Scholar at Columbia. Associated with the firm of Kelley Drye S Warren in New York 
City since graduation from law school, he became a member of the firm in 1972. 
Professor Walker has lectured on construction financing for Ihe Practicing Law Insti- 
tute and on title problems and sales contract breaches and remedies as part of a 
program in basic real estate practice sponsored by the Young Lawyers Section and the 
Committee on Continuing Education of the New York State Bar Association. 



INASSE HAILE 



Minasse Haile 

Professor of Law. B.A.. 1950. University of Wisconsin: LL.B.. 1954. M.A.. 1957. Ph.D.. 1961, 
Columbia University. 

Professor Haile comes to Cardozo School of Law after an illustrious career in his native 
country. Ethiopia. As Civil Service Commissioner. Central Personnel Agency of Ethio- 
pia (1961-62). Professor Haile drafted the first civil service regulations of Ethiopia and 
established the first Personnel Administrative Agency. He was Minister of Informa- 
tion. Culture, and Tourism, while simultaneously serving as chairman of the Emperor's 
Private Cabinet comprising the departments of Foreign Affairs. Social Affairs. Judicial 
Affairs. Economic Affairs. Social Affairs. Chief of Staff Section. External Security, and 
Religious Affairs. In 1968 Professor Haile became Ambassador of Ethiopia to the United 
States. He served as Ambassador until 1971. when he became Minister of Foreign 
Affairs, heading Ethiopia's delegations to the United Nations General Assembly. Orga- 
nization of African Unify. Non-Aligned Nations Conferences. Conferences of East and 
Central African States, and other international and regional conferences as well as to 
bilateral meetings. He was elected chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Organi- 
zation of African Unity. Since making his home in the United States. Professor Haile 
has been visiting lecturer at Haverford College and visiting associate professor of law 
at Villanova University School of Law. 




STEV^RT E. STERK 

Stewart E. Sterk ; 

Association Professor of Law. B.A,. 1973. J.D.. 1976. Columbia University. 
Professor Sterk joined the faculty in 1979 after serving for two years as law clerk to Chief J 
^Charles D. Breitel of the New York Court of Appeals. While in law school. Professor Sterk 
|nanaging editor of the Columbia law Review. His primary areas of interest are conflict of i 
land use. and trusts and estates. 



EVA H. HANKS 



Eva H. Hanks 

Professor of Law. Referendar. 1951, Freie L.,.,>=, ^,.<,> uc .a..uiiy ui l<iw; ll.d.. i: 

University of California at Los Angeles, LL.M.. 1963, J.S.D.. 1969. Columbia Universi.y. 
Professor Hanks began her leaching career as an associate in law at Columbia Universi- 
ty during 1960-63. From 1962 to 1976 she taught at Rutgers University School of Law and 
twice served as associate dean: in 1975 she was named Distinguished Professor. She 
has been a visiting professor at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University 
(1972). Indiana University School of Law (1973-74). and New York University School of 
Law (1974-75). While a student at the University of California at Los Angeles School of 
Law, Professor Hanks was notes and comments editor of the UCLA Law Review. She 
served as an elected member of the Executive Committee of the Association of 
American Law Schools for terms in 1975 and 1976. She is the author of numerous articles 
on water law and co-author (with Tarlock and J. Hanks) of Environmental Law and 
Policy. She served as associate dean of academic affairs at Cardozo from 1977 to 1981. 




yid G. Carlson .1 

sis tan r Professor of| 

liege of Law, UnivSi| 

ifessor Carlson Was' 

)gram) to Justice Raymond 1. Sullivan of the Ca| 
!!s|oining the Cardozo faculty. Professor Carlson, 
vaine and Moorev-New York City, from 1977 to 
bankruptcy, and commercial law. 





John D. Appel 

Visiting Professor of Law and Associaie Dean. B.B.A.. 1953, J.D., 19, 

IVlichigan. 

After graduation from University of Michigan Law School, Professor Appel became an 

instructor at Columbia University Law School (1956-58), and then entered private 

practice in New York City (1958-61). In 1961 he joined the CBS Law Deparlmeni and was 

deputy general counsel of CBS, Inc., 1968-80, From 1980 to 1983, he was vice president 

and general counsel of Western Union Corporation. 



Peter Lushing 

Professor of Law. B.A.. 1962. LL.B.. 1965. Columbi,i Univorsiiy. 

Professor Lushing has servoil in ihe Legal Aid SociiMy as a trial attorney in the criminal 

division (I968-7J). and in the New York County L">islrict Attorney's Office as the 

administrative assistant district attorney, and as chiet of the appeals bureau (1974). He 

has also been senior attorney in the Office o( General Counsel to the Addiction 

Services Agency (1973). associate with a New York City law firm (1973-74), and 

Individual practitioner specializing in appellate litigation (li""' 

was notes and comments editor of the Columbia Law Reviei 

year, and twice a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He ' 

Feinberg of the United States District Court for the bouthern District ot New York 

(1965) and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1966-67). 





DAVID RUDENSTINE 



David Rudenstine 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A.. 1963. M.A.T.. 1965. Yale University: J.D.. 1969. f 
University. 

Professor Rudenstine was a fellow in the New York University Arthur Garfield Hayes i_: 
Liberties Program, having spent the two years preceding his entry into law school in Uganda a 
Peace Corps volunteer. Professor Rudenstine was a staff attorney in the New York City Le 
Services Program from 1969 to 1972, and served as director of the Citizens' Inquiry on Parole 
Criminal Justice. Inc.. a nonprofit research corporation, from 1972. to 1974. He was counsel to 
National News Council until the end of 1974, when he joined the New York Civil Liberties Uni 
where he served as a project director, associate director, and acting executive director. He I 
written articles on parole, sentencing, and the First Amendment, and is the primary author 
Prison Without Walls-. Report on New Yorl< Parole and sole author of Rights of Ex-Offenders. 
has also been a Guggenheim Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School and a participant in a Natio 
Endowment for the Humanities Seminar. 



JAMES B. LEW 



James B. Lewis 

Visiting Professor of Law. LL.B., 1940, Columbia University. 

Professor Lewis has been engaged in private practice in the firm of Paul. Weiss, 

Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York City, of which he became a partner in 1955. 

specializing in taxation. He has taught on the adjunct faculty of New York University 

and Rutgers Law Schools. He has served on the legal staffs of the Treasury Department 

and the Internal Revenue Service. Professor Lewis has been a consultant to the 

American Law Institute's federal estate and gift tax and federal income tax projects. 

For the last three years, he has been vice chairman (publications) of the Section of 

Taxation, American Bar Association, and has been nominated its chairman-elect. He is 

the author of The Estate Tax. now in its fourth edition. 







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Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1961. Columbia University^ J.D., 1970. University of Ch.^_e- 
Professor Shupack graduated from college summa cum laude and cum laude from Chicago. Before entering 
law school, he did graduate work and was a teaching fellow in government at Harvard University. While in 
law school, he was a member of the Chicago Law Review and a teaching assistant to Professor Sola 
Mentschikof in a course in jurisprudence. In 1979, he was a visiting professor at University of Chicago Law 
School. While an associate at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen £ Hamilton, New York City, he taught commercial law 
as an adjunct professor at University of Connecticut Law School. He is a member of the American Law 
Institute, and has served as a member of the Committee on Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization of the 
Association of the Bar of the City of New York. 



JOHN L. HANKS 



.-Hn L. Hanks 

Professor of Law, B.S., 1966, J.D., 1968. Rutgers University; M.A., LL.M., 197:2. 
Columbia University. 

Professor Hanks began his teaching career as an associate in law at Colum- 
bia Law School (1968-7.2). Subsequently he was director of admissions (1971- 
) and assistant professor of law (1973-7')) at Rutgers University School of 
w, Newark, and visiting assistant professor at Indiana University School of 
5* (1973-74). He was an associate professor of law at Cleveland State 
..liversity, during 1975-76. While a student at Rutgers Law School. Professor 
.lanks was research editor of the Rutgers law Review. He was appointed 
special master by United States District Court Judge Robert L. Carter in 1980 
implement a court decree ordering the City of New York to construct 
Ttam sewage treatment plants. He served as associate dean of academic 
fairs at Cardozo during 1981-82. 




HARRISON J. GOLDIN 



Harrison J. Goldin 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A.. 1937. Princeton University; LL.B., 1961. Yale University. 
Professor Goldin is Comptroller of the City of New York. From 1966 to 1973 he served as a men 
New York State Senate. He was an associate at Davis, Polk 6 Wardwell. New York City (1963- 

spending two years as a trial lawyer in the U.S. Department of Justice. At Yale Law School he was 

the Order of the Coif and served as articles editor of the Yale Law JournaL Prior to that he spent a year as a 
Woodrow Wilson Fellow in the Department of Government at Harvard University, after summa cum laude 
graduation from Princeton University. 



C. Ginsburg 

inct Professor of Law. B.A., 1976, M.A., 1977. University of ChicagOi J.D., 1980. 
Harvard University. 

Professor Ginsburg graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, having served as 
note editor of the Harvard Law Review. After deriving for Judge John J. Gibbons. 
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Professor Ginsburg joined the 
New York law firm of Cowan. Liebowirz 6 Latman. She co-authors a bimonthly column 
on copyright law in the New York Law Journal and has published several articles on 
copyright law in other journals. 



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ALAN J. WEISBARD 

Alan J, Weisbard 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1972, Harvard University; J.D., 1977, Yale University. 
Professor Weisbard joined the faculty in 198:! follovying service (I98a82) as assistant director I 
legal studies with the Presidents Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine an 
Biomedical and Behavioral Research in Washington, D.C. Prior to his term with the Commissioi 
he was a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow in Economics at Harvard (1972-74), la 
clerk to judge Irving L. Goldberg of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (197' 
78), and a practitioner of nuclear energy law with the Washington law firm of Shaw, Pittma 
Potts, 6 Trowbridge (1978-80). Since coming to Cardozo, Professor Weisbard has participated i 
scholarly projects and colloquia with the Albert Einstein college of Medicine and Montefioi 
Medical Center. Hasting Center-Institute of Society, Ethics, and the Life Sciences, New Yoi 
Academy of Medicine, and numerous other groups. His principal areas of interest include le: 
and ethical issues in medicine and scientific research, legal issues affecting children and tr 
elderly, tons, and professional responsibility. 



Richard G. Singe 



RICHARD G. 
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Professor of Law. B.A., 1963, Amherst College; J.D., 1966, University of Chicago; LL.M., 
1971, J.S.D., 1977, Columbia University. 

Professor Singer has served most recently as Distinguished Professor of Law at 
Rutgers University School of Law. Upon graduating from Chicago, he clerked for Judge 
Harrison Winter, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. His varied 
professional experience includes service on the law faculties of the University of 
Cincinnati and the University of Alabama, as well as on the adjunct law faculty, George 
Washington University. Professor Singer served as a Special Assistant United States 
Attorney; reporter for the American Bar Association, Standards Relating to the Legal 
Status of Prisoners; reporter for the Uniform Corrections Act, National Conference of 
Commissioners on Uniform State Laws; and director, ABA Resource Center on Correc- 
tional Law and Legal Services. He is the author of Just Deserts: Sentencing Based on 
Equality and Desert, and co-author of Rights of the Imprisoned.- Cases, Materials, and 
Directions. His areas of primary teaching interest include criminal law, corrections 
law. and torts. He is an authority in the area of prisoner's rights, in which he has 




JONATHAN L.F. SILVE, 

Jonathan L.F. Silver 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1969, Yale University-. J.D., 1973. University of Pennsylvania. 
Professor Silver received his law degree cum laude, was a member of the Order of the 
Coif, and received the Jefferson B. Fordham Award. He was chairman of the Prison 
Research Council, a student group aiding indigent prisoners. Following graduation, 
Professor Silver was law clerk to Judge William H. Hastie of the United States Court of 
Appeals for the Third Circuit (1973-74). He was an associate in law at Columbia 
University (1974-75). served with the Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission (1975), and has done consulting work for the National Academy 
of Sciences. Professor Silver joined Cardozo's original faculty in 1976. 



J: DAVID BLEICH 

)avid Bleich 

Tbert and Florence Tenzer Professor of Jewish Law and Ethics. B.A. I960, Brooklyn College; 
A., 1968, Columbia University-. Ph.D.. 1974. New York University. 

. Belich has taught at Hunter College. Rutgers University, and Bar-llan University of Haifa. He 
s written extensively on Jewish law and ethicSi among his published works are Jewish 
-ethics-. With Perfect Faith: Foundations of Jewish Belief i Contemporary Halakhic Problems 

o volumes); and Judaism and Healing. Dr. Bleich is editor of the Halakhah department of 
adition. He was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow and a postdoctoral fellow at the Hasting Institute for 
lies. Society, and Life Sciences, and is a fellow of the Academy of Jewish Philosophy. 



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ILUAM W. BRATTON, JR. 




William W. Bratton, Jr. 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1973, J.D., 1976. Columbia University. 

Professor Bratton graduated magna cum laude from college. He was both Kent and 

Stone Scholar, and served as articles editor of the Columbia Law Review. He was law 

clerk to Judge William H. Timbers, United States District Court of Appeals for the 

Second Circuit, 1976-77. He was associated with Debevoise, Plimpton, Lyons S (Sates 

from 1977 to 1980, with principal experience in corporate finance and securities 

regulation. He teaches contracts, corporations, and corporate finance. 



JEFFREY^LOWIN 

Jeffrey A. Lovvin 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1964. LL.B., 1967, Harvard University. 

Professor Lowin graduated from college magna cum laude and was editor-in-chief of 

the Harvard Journal on Legislation. He is a member of the firm of Guggenheimer £ 

Untermyer, New York City. His practice encompasses estate taxation, planning and 

administration, and he is the author of articles on the special problems of estate 

planning for art collectors. 





RICHARD W. WRIGHT 

Richard W. Wright 

Associate Professor of Law. B.S.. 1968, California Institute of Technolog 
J.D., 1973. Loyola University of Los Angeles, LL.M., 1976, Harvard Universit 
Professor Wright graduated summa cum laude from college and was first 
his class at Loyola, and served as editor-in-chief of the Loyola Law Revie 
While at Harvard, he was an instructor at Boston University School of La< 
Subsequently, he was an attorney in the Office of the Solicitor, U.S. Depart- 
ment of the Interior, and an attorney and project leader in the Office c' 
Technology Assessment, United States Congress. He has served as a const 
tant and adviser on environmental and natural resource issues for the Uniti 
States Congress, the Executive Branch, and numerous public interest orgai 



RANDOLPH M. SCOTT- 
MCLAUGHLIN 



Randolph M. Scott-McLaughlin 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1975. Columbia University; J.D., 1978, Harvard 

University. 

Professor Scott-McLaughlin has been a staff attorney at the Center for Constitutional 

Rights in New York City since his graduation from Harvard Law School in 1978. In 

addition to his active federal litigation docket throughout the country. Professor 

Scott-McLaughlin has lectured frequently at law schools and conferences on civil 

rights issues, he is a member of the National Conference of Black Lawyers, board 

member of the Affirmative Action Coordination Center, and coordinator of the Legal 

Task Force of National Anli-Klan Network. 



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VOGELMAN 



Lawrence A. Vogelman 
Assistant Director, Criminal Law Clinic. B.A.. 1970. Brooklyn College: J.D., 1973. Brook- 
lyn Law School. 

Professor Vogelman was a member of the Brooklyn Law Review and editor of the Moot 
Court Honor Society. He worked for four years (1973-77) as a staff attorney with the 
Legal Aid Society Criminal Defense Division and from 1977 to 1979 as associate 
appellate counsel with the Society's Appeals Bureau. He is a member of the faculty of 
the National Institute of Trial Advocacy at Hofstra University School of Law and has 
been a frequent lecturer on various aspects of the criminal justice system, particularly 
plea bargaining, sentence reform, and the recodification of the Federal Criminal Code. 



E. PRICE 



Monroe E. Price 

Professor of Law and Dean. B.A., I960. LL.B., 1964. Yale University. 

Dean Price graduated magna cum laude from Yale, where he was executive editor of the Yale Law 
JournaL He clerked for United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Potter Stewart and was an 
assistant to Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz. In 1968 he was appointed professor of law at the 
School of Law of the University of California at Los Angeles. Dean Price has served as deputy 
director of California Indian Legal Services, was one of the founders of the Native American 
Rights Fund, and is the author of Law and the American Indian. In the field of communications 
law. Dean Price was president of California's Foundation for Community Service Cable Television, 
deputy director of the Sloan Commission on Cable Communications, and is co-author of Cable 
Television: A Guide to Citizen Action. He was court-appointed referee to monitor the Los Angeles 
school district's desegregation plan and is on the Board of Directors of the Center for Law and 
Social Policy. He is of counsel to the law firm of Munger, Tolles S Rickershauser in Los Angeles. 
Author of numerous scholarly law articles on communications. Native American land and water 
rights, copyright and the arts, and other fields, he was appointed dean of Cardozo in 1982. 




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AUL ALAN LEVY 




Paul Alan Levy 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law. B.A.. 1973. Reed College-. J.D,. 1976. University of 

Chicago. 

After graduation fro 

law clerk to Judge Waae m. (vic(_ree. jr., or ine uniieu jidiei v-uui i ui n^Jp<;al» lui mc 

Sixth Circuit. He then worked as special assistant to the Solicitor General of the United 

States. For the past five years he has been an attorney at the Public Citizen Litigation 

Group, a Washington, D.C., public interest law firm that was founded by Ralph Nader. A 

member of the Advisory Board of the Association for Union Democracy. Professor 

Levy has published articles and part of a book on rank-and-file labor law. 



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Steven S. Nemerson 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A.. 1968. Brooklyn College. Ph.D.. 1973, City University of New York; J.D. 1976, 

Columbia University. 

Professor Nemerson was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at Columbia and notes and comments editor of the 

Columbia Law Review. While in law school he was a lecturer in the Departments of Philosophy at Brooklyn 

College and Herbert H. Lehman College. Upon graduation he clerked for Judge Jack 8. Weinstein. United 

States District Court, Southern District of New York. Before joining the Cardozo faculty in 1981. he served 

for four years on the University of Minnesota Law School faculty. He has published and lectured in the areas 

of criminal law and philosophy of law. 




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LESTER BRICKMAN 

Lester Brickman 

Professor of Law. B.S., 1961, Carnegie-Mellon Universityi J.D.. 1964, University of Florida; LL.M 
1965, Yale University. 

Professor Brickman has taught courses m contracts, professional responsibility, federal jurisdi 
tion, and family law since entering inio teaching in 1965. He is a specialist in legal servic 
delivery systems, and has written and lectured on lawyers' advertising, specialization, use 
paraprofessionals. group and prepaid legal services, unauthorized practice, and systems _ 
proaches to law practice. He is also a leading expert in the field of clinical legal education. He ha 
consulted for the U.S. Office of Education, Ford Foundation, National Science Foundation, Council 
on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, American Bar Association. Law Enforcement 
Assistance Administration, and Legal Services Corporation. He served as Cardozo's acting dean 
from 1980 to 1983. 



MALVINA HALBERSTAM 
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Malvina Halberstam (Guggenheim) 

Professor of Law. B.A.. 1957. Brooklyn College; J.D., 1961. M.I.A., 1964. Columbia University. 
Professor Halbertstam is a member of the original faculty of the Law School, having come to Cardozo in 1976 
together with Professor Monrad G. Paulsen, the founding dean, from the University of Virginia, where she 
was a visiting professor. Previously she was a professor at Loyola University (Los Angeles) (1970-75). and a 
visiting professor at the University of Southern California (1973-73) and the University of Texas (Summer 
1974). Before embarking on an academic career. Professor Halberstam held a number of positions in the 
public and private secotors. including that of assistant district attorney in the office of Frank S. Hi->oa" 
(1963-67) and a senior attorney for the National Legal Program on Health Problems for the Poor (li 
Most recently she served as a reporter for the American Law Institute Model Penal Code Project, drafting 
the new commentary to Article I of the MPC. Professor Halberstam was articles and book review editor of 
the Columbia Law Review. Kent Scholar. Stone Scholar, and recipient of the Jane Marks Murphy Prize. She is 
an associate in the Columbia University Seminar on Human Rights; a member of Phi Beta Kappa; and on the 
board of various professional and community organizations, including the International Law Association, 
American Branch (Executive Committee and Human Rights Committee): American Society on International 
Law: American Bar Association (International Law and Criminal Justice Sections): American Professors for 
Peace in the Middle East; and Continuing Seminar on Zionist Thought (Steering Committee). She has 
l(>rtiirpH ;inH niihiishpH nn int^rnntinnal law. human riohts. vuanxen's rights, and Crl 





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Arthur N. Eisenberg 

Adjunct Professor of Law. Johns Hopkins Universityi JX 
A Staff Attorney for the New York Civil Liberties Union sir 
specializes in first amendment, voting rights and anti-di: 
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Paul H. Asofsky 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A.. I?-' " " " '""'' " '" 

sity. 

Professor Asofsky is a Phi Beta Kappa magna cum /auA- graduate of Columbia Univei-si- 
ty and a cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School. A member of the firm of Botein 
Hays Sklar and Herzberg, he has written extensively in the areas of taxation and 
bankruptcy. He has been active in several bar association committees and section 
organizations including the Committee on Liens, Levies, Lintitations. and Bankruptcy, 
of which he has been vice chairman since 1981. 



fessor of Law. B.S., 1942. City College of New Yorki J.D.. 1944, Yale Universi- 

iessor Haber was comment editor of the Yale Law Journal and law clerk to Judge 
ries F. Clark and Mr. Justice Hugo Black. He taught at Yale and is a Distinguished 
Professor of Law at Rutgers University School of Law. He is a member of the Church- 
State Committee of the ACLU and chairman. New York Metropolitan Council. Ameri- 
can Jewish Congress. 





LESLIE E. GERWIN 

Leslie E. Gerwin 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1972, Prescott College; J.D.. 1975, Antioch School of Law. 
Professor Gerwin was a member of the faculty of University of Miami School of Law from 1975 I 
1976. She has taught torts, administrative law, consumer law, elemfnis of law, and legislativ 
process. Having served as a law clerk to Judge Sylvia Bacon. Superior Court for the District of 
Columbia, Professor Gerwin has also held staff and consulting posiiions with members of 
Congress and private organizations, principally on consumer aiiii soci.il welfare policies and 
legislation. She has been a consultant on administrative practices .inJ pi occdures to the Food and 
Drug Administration. 



MICHAEL S. ROSS 



Michael S. Ross 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1971, Rutgers University. J.D., 1974, New York 

University. 

Professor Ross was note and comment editor of the New York University Review of 

Law and Social Chant:c and a member of the International Moot Court Team. He has 

been the recipient ol over 54 intercollegiate debating trophies and was a National 

Debate Championship Regional Winner in 1971. From 1974 to 1978 Professor Ross was 

assistant district attorney. Kings County. Since 1978 he has been Assistant United 

States Attorney, Criminal Division, Southern District of New York, assigned to the 

Official Corruption/Special Prosecutions Unit. 




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Edward Yorio 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1968, Columbia University; J.D., 1971. Harvard University. 
Professor Yorio graduated cum laude from college and from law school. Before embark- 
ing on his teaching career, he practiced law with the firm of White and Case. New York 
Citv. In 1973. he joined the Fordham Law School faculty. In the 1978-79 academic year. 
(as a visiting professor of law at Cardozo. Professor Yorio is the author of articles 
on issues in taxation including damages, tax elections, and forms of doing business, 
and has edited a volume titled International Taxation and Transfer Pricing. 



ELFORD TAYLOR 



plford Taylor 

Ir. Herman George and Kate Kaiser Professor of Constitutional Law. B.A.. 1928. M.A.. 1932, LL.D.. 

(49, Willias College; LL.B., 1932. Harvard University. 

ifofessor Taylor's career in public service has been a long and distinguished one, beginning in 
933 when he served as assistant solicitor. U.S. Department of the Interior (l933-34)i senior 
iltorney, U.S. Department of Agriculture (1934-35): associate counsel. Senate Interstate Com- 
nerce Commission (1935-39); special assistant to the Attorney General, U.S. Department of 
lustice (1939-40); general counsel. Federal Communications Commission (1940-42); and adminis- 
trator. Small Defense Plants Administration (1951-52). He achieved international renown as chief 
il.S. prosecutor at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials (1946-49). As general counsel for the Joint 
Committee on Educational TV (1952-62), he was instrumental in advocating the interests of 
iducational television. Professor Taylor has argued 16 cases before the United States Supreme 
'Court. After many years in private practice in New York, he joined the faculty of Columbia Law 
School, where he is currently Nash Professor Emeritus. Among Professor Taylor's extensive 
writings on legal, political, and military subjects are his books Grand Inquest: The Story of 
Congressional Investigations {^55), Courts of Terror {\976), and his recently acclaimed Munich: 
the Price of Peace (1979). A major legal figure of our era. he is a member of the American 
itcademy of Arts and Sciences. , 




CHARD H. WEISBERG 




Richard H. Weisberg 

Professor of Law. B.A.. 1965. Brandeis University; J.D.. 1974. Columbia University: Ph.D.. 
1970. Cornell University. 

Professor Weisberg was on the facutly of the University of Chicago (l9"'l-75). where he 
taught French and comparative literature. He was an editor of the Columbia La- 
Review. He has taught seminars at Cornell and Columbia Law Schools. A formt 
associate at Cleary. Gottlieb. Steen 6 Hamilton. Ne\ 
sively in the area of l.iw and the humanities. Professor Weisberg was a fellow of the 
National Endowment for the Humanities (1972-73). He is an advisor on law-related 
education to the New York Slate Education Department, and a consultant on legal 
writing skills. Since 1979. Professor Weisberg has been president of the .Law and 
Humanities Institute; in 1983. he became chair of the Law and Humanities Section of the 
American Association of Law Schools. 



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Mark A. Belnick 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., I96S. Cornell University; J.D.. 1971. Columbia University. 
A cum /aut/e graduate of Cornell. Professor Belnick was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at 
Columbia Law School. Associated with Paul. Weiss. Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison since 
I97i. he became a member of the firm in October 1979. He bas extensive experience as 
a litigator in many areas and most recently has become involved with matters concern- 
ing the Middle East. 




RICHARD D. FRIEDMAN 



Richard D. Friedman 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1973, J.D., 1976. Harvard University; D. Phil.. 1978. Oxfon 

University. 

A magna cum laude graduate of both Harvard College and Harvard Law School. Profess 

Friedman was awarded the Sears Prize for finishing first or second in his second year of l> 

school. He served on the Harvard Law Review and as law clerk to Chief Judge Irving R. Kaufma 

United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. At Oxford, which he attended as 

Marshall Scholar, his D. Phil, thesis was Charles Evans Hughes as Chief Justice. 1930-19-11. Prior 

joing the faculty. Professor Friedman was associated with the firm of Paul. Weiss. Rifkin 

Wharton S Garrison. New York City. His primary teaching and scholarly interests are in the are 

of constitutional law. antitrust, litigation, and commodities law. ^ 



LEON WILDES 



Leon Wildes 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1954. Yeshiva University; J.D.. 1957. LL.M.. 1959. New 
York University. 

Senior partner of Wildes. Weinberg 6 Anfuso. a leading New York City immigration la' 
firm. Professor Wildes is widely known for his representation of John Lennon and Yoko 
Ono in their celebrated immigration case. He Is the former national president of the 
Association of Immigration and Nationality Lawyers, which he presently serves as co- 
chairman of its Committee on Professional Ethics and Grievances. Having published 
extensively in his field. Professor Wildes inaugurated Cardozos course on immigration 






Edward de Grazia 

Professor of Law, B.A., 1948, J.D., 1951, University of Chicago. 

Professor de Grazia has taught at the law schools of Catholic University of America, Un 
Connecticut. Georgetown University, and American University. From 1956 to 1959 he served with the Office 
of Director General of the Untited Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris, and 
subsequently, as a consultant with the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development, 
and Arizona Criminal Code Commission. Professor de Grazia engaged in the private practice of law for over 
10 years in Washington, D.C., specializing in communications law and First Amendment litigation. During 
1968-73, he was director of Georgetown University's Program for Pretrial Diversion of Accused Offenders 
to Community Mental Health Treatment Programs. Professor de Grazia was managing editor of the 
University of Chicago Law Review. His most recent published work is Banned Films: Movies. Censors, and 
the First Amendment. 



Elliott J. Weiss 

Professor of Law. B.A.. 1961, Dartmouth College; LL.B.. 1964. Yale University. 

Professor Weiss was note and comment editor of the Yale Law Journal and a member of the Order of the 
Coif. He was law clerk to Judge Walter Pope of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and 
an associate with Paul. Weiss. Rifkind. Wharton S Garrison. New York City, until becoming attorney- 
adviser. Agency for International Development. From 1968 to 1970 he served as regional legal adviser. 
U.S.A.I.D. /Pakistan, and from 1970 to 1972 as its assistant director/policy implementation. After a brief tour 
of duly as acting director. Policy Planning Division, EPA, he became executive director of the Investor 
Responsibility Research Center. In 1976-77, he was writer-in-residence at the Conservation Foundation. He 
was also a member of the SEC's Advisory Committee on Corporate Disclosure. 



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CHARLES M. YABLON 

Charles M. Yablon 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A.. 1972. Columbia University; J.D.. 1975. Yale University. 
Professor Yablon is a graduate of Yale Law School and received his Bachelor of Arts degre 
magna cum laude from Columbia University. He served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Irving ( 
Kaufman, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Professor Yablon was a 
associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York City and then at Skadden, Arps, Slate ; 
Meagher S Flom, also in New York City. He joined the Cardozo faculty this year to teach in th 
areas of civil procedure and securities regulation. 



WILLIAM A. VOLCKHAUSEN 

William A. Volckhausen 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A.. 1959. Princeton University; M.A., 1963. University of California at Berkeley; 

J.D.. 1966. Harvard University. 

From 1966 to 1968 Professor Volckhausen served with the Asia Foundation as program officer for programs 

in legal development in China. He was staff attorney for Mobilization for Youth Legal Services (1962-72). 

Until 1979 he worked for the New York State Banking Commission, serving as deputy superintendent and 

general counsel to the commission for the last two of those years. He was a special counsel to Hughes, 

Hubbard and Reed before becoming executive vice president and general counsel to the Dime Savings Bank 

of New York. 





Charles B. Updike 

Adjunct Professor of Law, B.A., 1961, Amherst College; M.A-, 1964, George Washingtc 
University; LL.B,, 1967, Harvard University. 

Professor Updike is a partner in the firm of Shoeman, Marsh. Updike S Welt, New Yor 
City, From 1968 to 1972 he was an Assistant United States Attorney in the Souther 
District of New York, and from 1972 to 1976 an associate in the firm of Debevois 
Plimpton, Lyons £ Gates. He is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City i 
New York's Special Committee on the Proposed Federal Criminal Code. He has been a 
instructor in trial practice at Harvard Law School and the Massachusetts Continuir 
iLegal Education-New England Law Institute. 



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Herbert Semmel 

Visiting Professor of Law. B.S., 1950, New York University; LL.B., 1953, Har 
Professor Semmei was director of the Health Law Project at the Center for L 
1974-80, and was director of the center itself from 1977 to 1980. He was pre 
University oflllinois from 1965 to 1972 and has also taught at the University 
Angeles, Texas, and most recently at Antioch. He is president of the Coi 
Health, chair of the Legal Action Committee of the American Public Health 
served on the district of Columbia Medicaid Advisory Committee and State 
nating Council. He is author of Social Justice Through Law: New Approach^ 
Procedure and co-author of a book of teacliine materials in health law to 1 



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Judith Carlin ;| 

Adjunct Professor of Law. J.D., Brooklyn Law School. , 
Professor Carlin is a graduate of New York University. She assumed her current 
position as Director and Chief Counsel for the Jewish Board of Family and Children's 
Services, Inc., in 1970, and prior to that served as Staff Attorney. Community Action for 
Legal Services. Specializing in the practice of family law, she has lectured frequently to 
women's groups and to professional staffs of family agencies in both the United States 
and Canada. 



Suzanne Last Stone 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A.. 1974. Princeton University-. J.D.. 1978. Columbia 
University. 

Professor Stone graduated from Princeton summa cum laude. Before entering lai 
school, she did graduate work and was a Danforth Fellow in Jewish history and 
classical religions at Yale University. While in law school, Professor Stone was writing 
and research editor of the Columbia Law Review and a Stone Scholar. She was law clerk 
to Judge John Minor Wisdom of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth 
Circuit in 1978-79 and was associated with the firm of Paul. Weiss. Rifkind. Wharton 6 
Garrison. New York City, from 1979 to 1983. She is a member of the New York City Bar 
Association Committee on Professional and Judicial Ethics. Her primary scholarly 
interests are in the areas of procedure, federal courts, and conflict of laws. 





ARTHUR J. JACOBSON \ 

Arthur J. Jacobson 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1969, J.D,. 19,74. Ph.D.. 1978. Harvard University. 

Professor Jacobson was an associate with the firm of Cleary. Gottlieb, Steen 6 Hamilton. N... 

York City, from 1975 tp 1977. He holds a Ph.D. in government, on the political philosophy of Hegel. 

A member of the New York State Bar Association Committee on the Federal Constitution, he has 

assisted in reports on the proposed District of Columbia representation amendment and on 

possible procedures for a federal constitutional convention. His scholarly work has focused on 

the law of associations. Professor Jacobson's areas of teaching are civil procedure, jurisp 

dence, and administrative law. He served as associate dean of academic affairs during 1982- 




ROBEI^T J. HANTMAN 



Robert J. Hantman 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Law. ,„ 
Professor Hantman is a graduate of the School of Government and Public Administra- 
tion of American University. and received his law degree from the University of Miami 
School of Law. Currently a member of the firm of Peckar fe Abramson which specializes 
in the representation of construction industry clients. Professor Hantman has served 
as general counsel to the architects/engineers associated with the construction of the 
Giants Football Stadium in New Jersey. 




STEPHEN DIAMOND 



BARRY C. SCHECK 



Professor of Law. B.A., 1967, Swarthmore Collegej M.A., 1968. 
J.D., Ph.D., 1976, Harvard University) Certificate in Social 
Anthropology, 1970, Cambridge University. 
Professor Diamond graduated from Law School cum laude, 
simultaneously receiving a Ph.D. in history. He clerked for 
Judge Frank A. Kaufman, United States District Court, Mary- 
land. A leading young historian, he is studing the emergence 
of, and changes in, state and local property taxes. 

RICHARD D. HOBBET 

Professor of Law. BA., 1949, J.D., 1951, University of Iowa. 
Professor Hobbet taught personal income tax and corporate 
tax law at Duke University School of Law from 1968 to 1975, 
and during 1975 he was a visiting professor at University of 
Florida College of law. While a student at University of Iowa 
Law School, Professor Hobbet was editor-in-chief of the Iowa 
Law Review. Prior to joining the faculty at Duke, he served as 
a trial attorney with the Internal Revenue Service, Chicago 
Region (1952-54), assistant general counsel for Iowa- Illinois 
Gas and Electric Company (1954-57), and associate and part- 
ner in a Milwaukee law firm (1955-68). While in Milwaukee he 
served for three years on the Board of Directors of the 
Urban League. 

RICHARD M. JOEL 

Associate Dean. B.A., 1972, J.D., 1975. New York University. 
After graduating as a Root-Tilden Scholar from New York 
University School of Law, Dean Joel joined the Bronx District 
Attorney's Office in 1975. After serving as deputy chief of 
the Appeals Bureau, he came to Yeshiva University Alumni 
Affairs. In 1980 he became associate dean at Cardozo School 
of Law. In addition to his administrative duties. Dean Joel 
teaches legal writing and moot court. 

CHARLOTTE G. MERIWETHER 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1975, New College; J.D., Yale 
University. 

Professor Meriwether served as article and book review 
editor of the Yale Law Journal. She was visiting assistant 
professor at Tulane University School of Law, and has been 
associated with the firm of Hughes Hubbard $ Reed, New 
York City. Professor Meriwether's areas of teaching include 
contracts, international trade, and corporations. 

ABBY S. MILSTEIN 

Director of Legal Writing. B.A., 1973, Radcliffe College-, J.D., 
1976. Harvard University. 

Ms. Milstein, after graduating cum laude from Harvard, was 
research cunsultant to Prof. Gary Bellow and Assistant Dean 
Jeanne Kettleson of the Harvard Law School. From 1978-to 
1980, she served as assistant commissioner and director of 
research at the New York City Department of Consumer 
Affairs. 



Assistant Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Legal 
Education. B.S., 1971, Yale University; J.D., M.C.P., 1974. Uni- 
versity of California of Berkeley. 

After graduating Phi Betta Kappa from Yale and with honors 
from University of California Law School at Berkeley, Profes- 
sor Scheck was a staff attorney for four years with the Legal 
Aid Society of New York. He has served on the faculty of the 
National Institute of Trial Advocacy and Defence Council, 
and is co-author of Raising and Litigating Claims of Electron- 
ics Surveillance. 

Professor Scheck is a member of the Committee on the 
Criminal Courts, Association of the Bar of the City of New 
York. 

PHILIP R. AARONS 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1973. J.D., 1976, 
Columbia University. 

Professor Aarons is executive director of the New York City 
industrial Development Agency, and was president and chief 
executive officer of the New York City Public Development 
Corporation. He also served as assistant to Mayor Edward I. 
Koch (1978-79), after working as an associate specializing in 
real estate law at Nickerson. Kramer, Lowenstein, Nessen, 
Kamin & Soil, New York City. Professor Aarons graduated 
with honors from both the college and the law school at 
Columbia University, where he was an editor of the Law 
Review. 

PETER L. BERGER 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.E.E., 1961, City College of New 
York) J.D., 1966, George Washington University. 
Professor Berger majored in electrical engineering at City 
College, completed two years of graduate work in engineer- 
ing, and went on to earn his J.D. with honors at George 
Wasington University, where he served as patent editor of 
the Law Review. He has held positions as patent examiner 
with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, patent attorney 
with Bell Telephone, and was a member of the adjunct faculty 
at Seton Hall Law School 1977 to 1983. A member of the firm of 
Berger and Palmer, he specializes in patents, trdemarks, and 
copyright law. 

DANIEL BRAMBILLA 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1972, St. Peter's 
College) J.D., 1977, Fordam University. 
Professor Brambilla is an associate at Proskauer, Rose, Goetz 
& Mendelsohn, New York City. He is a member of the Copy- 
right Committe of the Association of the Bar of New York. 

DANIEL L. BRENNER 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Law. B.A., M.A., 1973, J.D., 

1976, Stanford University. 

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Stanford University, Professor 



Brenner served as senior note editor of the Stanford Law 
Review. He has lectured in areas of media law, telecommuni- 
cations policy, and jurisprudence at Stanford University, 
George Washington University, and Washington school of 
Law of American University. Professor Brenner has served as 
legal assistant to the chairman of the Federal Communica- 
tions Commission since 1979. A member of the Board of 
Trustees of Stanford University and of the American Feder- 
ation of Television S Radio Artists, he comes to the law 
school with vast media experience (as commentator, per- 
former, production assistant, an writer) and an extensive list 
of publications both in broadcast regulation and other legal 
areas as well as in more general areas of interest. 

KATHERINE T. COBB 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1973, Brown Univer- 
sity) J.D., 1976, University of Virginia. 
Since graduating from law school, Professor Cobb has 
worked exclusively for the Office of the District Attorney, 
New York County, as an assistant district attorney. In Sep- 
tember 1982, she became deputy chief of the Special Projects 
Bureau. Since April 1983, she has served as deputy chief of a 
trial bureau. 



JOHN H. GROSS 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.S., 1964, University of Pennsylva- 
nia* J.D., 1967, George Washington University. 
Professor Gross was an associate with Sullivan & Cromwell, 
New York City, for two years after graduating from George 
Washington, where he was a member of the Law Review. 
From 1969 to 1975 he served as an Assistant United States 
Attorney, Southern District of New York, and in 1975 was the 
assistant chief of the Criminal Division. Since 1975 he has 
been a member of the firm of Anderson, Russell, Kill § Olick, 
New York City. In 1979 he was associate special counsel, U.S. 
Department of Justice, appointed to handle President Cart- 
er's Warehouse Investigation. He has participated in trial 
advocacy programs at Harvard Law School and for the Dis- 
trict Attorney of New York County. 



MICHAEL A. CARDOZO 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1963, Brown University; LL.B., 
1966, Columbia University. 

Professor Cardozo is a partner at Proskauer, Rose, Goetz S 
Mendelson, New York City. He joined the firm in 1967 after 
serving for a year as a law clerk to Judge Edward C. McClean 
of the United States District Court of New York. Professor 
Cardozo is an honors graduate of Columbia University Law 
School, where he was an editor of the Law Review. He is 
currently chairman of the Council on Judicial Administration 
of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and has 
been an active committee member of several bar associ- 
ations, especially in the areas of judicial administration and 
court reform. 



RICHARD JANVEY 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1967, University of 
Wisconsini J.D., 1970, University of Chicago. 
Professor Janvey is associate general counsel to Arthur 
Young and Company. Prior to this he was an associate at 
Debevoise, Plimpton, Lyons S Gates, after serving as a law 
clerk to Judge David N. Edelstein of the United States Dis- 
trict Court for the Southern District of New York. 

BARRY L. KATZ 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Law. B.S., 1973, J.D., 1976, 
Georgetown University. 

Associate with the firm of Shereff Friedman Hoffman S 
Goodman. Professor Katz was formerly with the firm of 
Skadden Arps Slate Meagher S Flom and served as law clerk 
to Judge Robert W. Sweet of the United States District Court 
for the Southern District of New York. A certified public 
accountanr, he was an instructor in finacial accounting at 
Georgetown University and was a member of the adjunct 
faculty of Cardozo School of Law in 1980-81. 

SANFORD M. KATZ 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1952, New York 
University) Certificate, 1957, Academy of International Law, 
The Hague) LL.B., 1958, Columbia University. 
Professor Katz is widely known as a criminal defense lawyer, 
although he maintains a civil practice as well. He has tried 
scores of cases in all areas of criminal law, including approxi- 
mately 15 prosecutions for murder. He is perhaps best known 
for his defense in the "Panthers 21 Trial" in 1970. He has been 
a lecturer with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy 
(1979) and the Practicing Law Institute (1973, 1975). He is 
chairman of the Central Screening Committee, Indigent De- 
fendants Criminal Defense Panel of the First Judicial Depart- 
ment (Manhattan and the Bronx) 

DONALD L. KREINDLER 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1952, Brooklyn Col- 
lege; LL.B., 1954, Columbia University. 

Professor Kreindler is a senior partner at Kreindler & Relkin, 
New York City, and former president of the Lawyers Associ- 
ation of th Textile Industry. He presently sits on the boards 
of governors of this organization and the New York Board of 
Trade-Textile Section. He is the author of "What the Busi- 
ness Man Should Know about Commercial Arbitration" and 
"What the Business Executive Should Know about the Uni- 
form Commercial Code." 

NORMAN MARCUS 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B. A., 1953, Columbia 
University) LL.B., 1957, Yale University. 
Professor Marcus has been counsel to the New York City 
Planning Commission since 1963, a professor of planning law 
at Pratt Institute since 1965, and an adjunct Associate profes- 



sor at New York University Law School since 1977. He is the 
author of many law review articles on zoning and urban 
development, and is a lecturer for the American Bar Associ- 
ation-American Law Institute's Practicing Law Institute. 

J. EZRA MERKIN 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1976 Columbia Uni- 
versity) J.D., 1979, Harvard University. 
Professor Merkin was on the staff of the Harvard Law Record 
and the Board of Student Advisors while at Harvard. After 
graduating cum laude, he became an associate with the firm 
of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, New York, New York 
City. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

ELLIOTT L. MEYROWITZ 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1971, University of 
North Carolina) M.A., 1975, University of Pennsylvania) J.D., 
1979, Rutgers University. 

Professor Meyrowitz currently serves as consultant to the 
Institute for World Order in New York City, where he is 
engaged in research and writing reports in the areas of 
international law, arms control, and military policy. He is a 
candidate for the Ph.D. in History at the University of Penn- 
sylvania, for which his dissertation is "The Contours of 
American Foreign Policy in the Age of Interdependance." He 
has taught courses, lectured, and written papers in the areas 
of diplomatic history rights, as well as the military, legal, and 
other implications of nuclear weapons. 

ARYEH NEIER 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.S., 1958, Cornell Uni- 
versity) LL.D. (Hon.), 1975, Hofstra University; LL.D. (Hon.), 
1979, Hamilton College. 

Professor Neier is currently vice chairman of Americas 
Watch, Helsinki Watch, and Fund for Free Expression. He has 
also been an adjunct professor of Law at New York Universi- 
ty since 1978. He previously served as director and fellow of 
the New York Institute of the Humanities (1978-81), executive 
director of the American Civil Liberties Union (1970-78), and 
executive director (1965-70) and field director (1963-64) of 
the New York civil Liberties Union. He is the Author of three 
books. Dossier, Crime and Punishment: A Radical Solution, 
and Defending My Enemy, and numerous articles. 

JOSEPH ORTEGA 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1976, Syracuse Uni- 
versity; J.D., 1979, Boston University. 

Since graduating from law school. Professor Ortega has 
worked exclusively for the Office of the District Attorney, 
New York County, as an assistant district attorney. He has 
held positions in the homicide investigations, and trial bu- 
reaus. Professor Ortega is a participant in the annual training 
program for the new assistant district attorneys. 

RICHARD N. PAPPER 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1968, Harvard Uni- 
versity; J.D., 1972, Yale University. 
Professor Papper was on the Board of Directors, Yale Legal 



Services Organization, while at the Yale Law School. From 
1972 to 1974 he was law clerk to Chief Judge Joseph S. Lord III, 
of the United States District Court, Eastern District of Penn- 
sylvania. He was an associate with the firm of Webster and 
Sheffield, New York, from 1974 to 1977. Since 1977 he has been 
an Assistant United States Attorney, Southern District of 
New York. 

MICHAEL H. POSNER 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1972 University of 
Michigan; J.D., 1975, University of California at Berkeley. 
Professor Posner has been executive director of the Lawyers 
Committee for International Human Rights since 1978. Prior 
to this, he was an associate at Sonnenshein, Carlin, Nath % 
Rosenthal, Chicago. Professor Posner has represented the 
Lawyers Committee and the International League of Human 
Rights at many International meetings, and he has testified 
on international human rights and on immigration, refugee, 
and asylum laws before numerous Congressional committees. 
He is the author of many articles on international human 
rights violations and is a member of the boards of directors 
of Amnesty International (U.S.A.), Americas Watch, Interna- 
tional League for Human Rights, and Human Rights Internet. 

JONATHAN B. RUBINSTEIN 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B. A., 1961, Ph.D., 1968 Harvard 
University. 

Professor Rubinstein is currently research director for Re- 
search on Institutions and Social Policy, Inc., a position he has 
held since 1979. Prior to that he served as a member of the 
Organized Crime Project Advisory Board of the Ford Foun- 
dation. A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College, he 
attended Freie Universitat Berlin 1961-62 on a Fulbright Fel- 
lowship. Professor Rubinstein has published in the areas of 
police corruption, law enforcement techniques, gambling, 
racketeering, and organized crime. 

FREDERICK P. SCHAFFER 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1968, J.D., 1973, 
Harvard University. 

Professor Schaffer served as editor and senior editor of the 
Harvard Law Review. After graduation he clerked for Judge 
Francis L. Van Dusen of the United States Court of Appeals 
for the Third Circuit. He was Assistant United States Attor- 
ney (Civil Division) and Chief of the Tax Unit, Office of the 
United States Attorney for the Southern District of New 
York. From 1979 to 1981 he was on the full-time faculty of 
Cardozo before joining the firm of Pollack & Kaminsky, New 
York City. 

MELVIN SCHWECHTER 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.J.Ed., 1968, Hebrew 
College B.A., 1969, Brandeis University; M.A., 1971, Harvard 
University; J.D., 1974, New York University. 
Professor Schwechter joined the law offices of Robert M. 
Gottschalk, P.C, in 1979, after serving as an attorney-adviser 
for five years at the U.S. Department of Commerce in Wash- 
ington D.C. He is an expert in international trade law with 
special interest in U.S. trade with the Soviet Union. 



PHI ALPHA DELTA 
LAW FRATERNITY 





PAD has 164 law school chapters 
with over 90,0CX) members. Thirty-two 
U.S. Senators and 44 Congresspersons 
are PAD's. Presidents Truman, Wilson, 
Taft and Harding were PAD's. Chief 
Justice Warren E. Burger is a PAD. 



Officers 

Justice-Dave Bertan 
Vice- Justice-Susan Nankin 
Clerk-Amy Bochner 
Treasurer- Jeffrey Lewis 
Marshal-Dan Scher 
Historian-Larry Margolin 



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David Bildner, Ira Cohen, Janet Cohen, Jerry Cohen, Alan Cooper, 
William Goldsmith, Ed Grossman, Ian Heller, Lisa Kallen, Bruce 
Koffsky, Dianne Lederman, Cindy Mehler, Andrew Meyers, Robin 
Mitchel, Russell Paisley, Lisa Presser', Richard Schulman, Andrew 
Siegel, Kerry Sperling, Bob Tils, Heidi Title, Gary Wachtel, Scott 
Zamek, Faculty Advisor-Professor William Bratton 




CARDOZO ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT 
LAW JOURNAL 



VOLUME 2 



1983 



NUMBER 2 



Edilor-in-ChicJ 
KENNETH L. BRESSLER 

Managinti Editors 

HARRY M. BALDINCEF 

JOEL A- SIECEL 



Ariiclcs Editor 
SONDRA E. VVEXNER 

Research Editor 
GLEN TROTINER 

Tcrhiiica! Editor 
ALICE J. SLATER 



Notes and Comments Editors 

FRANCINE A. BELLACH 

SHIRLEY FISHBEINHASS 

ELIZABETH B, HEALY 

MAURICE W HELLER 

ROBIN C, PRICE 



LAWRENCE P BLASKOPF 
AMY B. BOCHNER 
DEBRA E. BRODLIE 
JUDY B. BRUCKNER 
AVIVA CLUCK CYNAMON 
SHARON EISENSTAT 
ROBERT K ERLANCER 
SHARON ESAKOEF 
RICHARD S FINKELSTEIN 



Execntive Editor 
NAOMI S, BELL 



Associate Editors 

DEBORAH J, LOCITZER 

MINDY E WACHTEL 



SHARON E. CRUER 
CATHY M, HARTMANN 
DAVID B. HIRSCHHORN 
PHYLLIS KAUFMAN 
COURTNEY KIRSHNER 
JEFF LANG 

MICHAEL L LEDERER 
SCOTT J, LESSER 
ALEXANDRA G, MARGOLIS 



BARBARA PRESS 
CINDY RAINBOW 
SHEREE E. RHEINHARDT 
RHONDA L. ROSEN 
SPENCER L. SCHNEIDER 
DAVID SCOTT 
LEE SPIELMANN 
STEVEN B, STEINMETZ 
REN AN I. SUCARMAN 






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LAW REVIEW 



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NUMBER 1 



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ManaRina Editors 
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MITCHELC PAHL 



Articles Editors 
LAWRENCE BARTH 
MATTHEW J COLI.D 

Executive Editors 
HOWARD M BERKOWEF 



JOSEPH P, SIEGER 

DIANE M. SILBERMAN 

CLAIRE B. VENZE 



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MILTON M. CAHN 
MADELYNN S MEINTZ 



KACAN 
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MOSES LACH MAN 
ELVNN LAMBERT 
STEVEN GRAFF LEVINE 
LESTER JAN LEVY 
ERICC MENKES 
ANTON JOSEPH MIKOFSKY 
DRE\\ ELLIOT PARKER 
DIANA CILLETT PLOTKIN 
LISA S PRESSER 
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LINDA S ROSEN 
LAURIE C SAPAKOFF 
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DALE P SCHOMER 
JUDAHS SHAPIRO 
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DAVID ELI SINGER 
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3L's Jeffrey Botwinick 
Ramona Goodman 
Mike Berman 
Paula Barrett 
Andrea Gaines 
Joseph Indelicato 
Jon Strum 

2L's Judah Shapiro 
Suzanne Blond 
Ephraim Bulow 
Cheryl Dresner 



Ian Heller 
Jon Zinman 
David Bertan 
IL's Sheara Avital 
Ira Cohen 
Gary Kauffman 
Fran Lepper 
Cathy Neustein 
Eric Ruben 
Robyn Smerling 




Jeffrey Botwinick-President 
Ramona Goodman-Vice President 
Judah Shapiro-Treasurer 
Mike Berman-Parliamentarian 




EDITEES 

Karen Rischert, Brian Zimmerman, Janet 
Barsky, David Golden, Risa Rohrberger, 
Ellen Weisman, Bruce Koffsky, Sandra Co- 
hen, Andy Germain, Glenda Rothberg, 
Steve Friedman, Maggie Lehman, Nancy 
Deckinger, Myra Needleman, Dave Bur- 
ton, Wende Doniger, Leslie Case, Nancy 
Mackay, Diane Wolfe, Magda Deconinck, 
Valerie Juster 



MOOT COURT 
EDITORIAL BOARD 

Editor-in-Chiefi Don Berk 
Managing Editor: Isaac Mishkoff 
Competitions Editor: Lisa Levine 
Paulsen Editors: Amy Alkoff 
Lisa Sarnoff 
National Editors: Robert Semaya 

Larry Tofel 
First-Year Editors: Donna Bashe 
Harlan Cohen 
Patricia Einbender 
Laurie Macleod 
Laurel Rotker 
Charles Silverstein 
Associate Editor: Cheryl Slavin 
Executive Editor: Dan Weisz 
Antitrust Editors: Mariane Kern 
Lisa Landsman 
Entertainment Editors: Robert Semaya 
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Laurie MacLeod: Editor-in-Chief 

Denise Weglarz: Associate Editor 

Laurie Zeligsori: Associate Editor 

Evan Canter: Associate Editor 

Cindy Eisenberg: Business Editor 

Eileen Rakower: Notes and Comments Editor 

Sheree Rheinhardt: Research Editor 

Dale Schomer: Research Editor 

Cheryl Phillips: Special Projects Editor 

Phyllis Kaufman: Editor 



Jackie Auerbach, Nancy Billik, Leslie Case, Deborah 
Chapman, Leslie Crary, Faith Connor, Bobby Ellis, 
Andrea Gaines, Dori Hanswirth, Linda Horn, Goldi 
Juer, Felicia Krebs, Linda Levy, Larry Margolin, Karen 
Morrison, Myra Needleman, Lynn Peters, Sheryl 
Presser, Linda Rubano, Dale Schroedel, llene Shifrin. 




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Zimmerman, Eileen Rakower, Myra Needleman, Steve 
McGinty, Ed Rubbins, Leslie Case, Karen Kalikow, Mark 
Berger, Denise Weglarz, Thom Klieiner, Stuart Kohler, 
Richard Naoer, Harold Eisestein, Fred Levy, Leslie 
Goldner, Ellen Mishkin, Laurie MacLeod, Don Berk, Lisa 
Levine, Afua Afriye 



AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COALITION 



Thom Kleiner, Andrew fioldberg, Karen 
Kalikow. Eileen Rakower. Brian Zimmer- 
man, Cindy Eisenberg, Patricia Einbender 




CRIMINAL LAW CLINIC 




Afua Opetubo, Martin W. Aron, John H. Bauman, Don Berk, Karen M. Kalikow, Thom Kleiner, Lisa R. Levine, Laurie MacLeod, Toby Martin, Marjorie Miller, 

Ellen C. Mishkin, Robin C. Price, Eileen Rakower, Lisa E. Sarnoff, Sanford Strenger, Larry Tofel. Lisa Linger, Claire B. Venze Professors Barry C. Scheck and 

Lawrence A. Vogelman 



BLACK AND LATINO LAW 
STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 



Thomas Lewis, Jr., Horace Hutson, Ramon Gonzalez, Afua Afriye-Opetubo, 
Sheila Smalls, William Torres, Catherine Gustave, Jameione Winston, Rafael 
Castellanos, Keith Harewood, Linda Hill, Monica Messenger, Dennis Nieves, 
Jorge Nieves, Leonardo Puig, Dianne Renwick, Ralph Rivera, David Sharpe, 
Carmen Sierra, Henry Rivera, Sandra Spruill, Aureliano Diaz, Ann Glide 



ENVIRONMENT AND 

URBAN 

PLANNING LAW 

SOCIETY 



Herbert Pitkowsky-President 

Ellen Mendelson-Vice President 

Gale Trentalange-Secretary, Treasurer 

Mark Bass, Doris Gillman, Jackie Auerbach, Gary Kosdan. Steven 

Sundheim, George Cohen, Marty Marks. Mike Adges, Marc Mason 



The Cardozo Law 

FORUM 




Editor-in-Chief 

Richard J. Silverberg 
Managing Editor News Editor 

Matthew C. Kesten Fran Iris Lepper 



Articles Editor 

Richard Nager 

Production Editor 

Robert Greenberg 



Copy Editor 

Oscar Jaeger 

Photc^aphy Editor 

Larry MargoHn 



staff: Jeffrey Botwinick, Dennis P. Carey, Paul Epstein, Alan 
Gardner, Daniel Goldberg, Myrle Horvitz, Joseph Indelicato, 
Joshua Jedwab, Jeremiah Kaplan, Morris' Kaplan, Gary Kauff"- 
man, Charles Kleiner, Stuart Kohler, David Mendelsohn, Valery 
Molot, Herb Pitkowsky, Dean Monroe Price, L. R. Rosenthal, Beth 
Sack, Bill Sipser, Philip D. Stem, Jonathan Strum, William 
Tbrres, Alan Yatvin 





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Art Dire 


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BILL BRATTON 




MATT GREENBERG 


JOEL SIEGEL (guitar) 


PAH KATTEN 


SPENCER SCHNEIDER (bass) 


GARY KAUFFMAN 




JEFF KINZLER 


JEFF FELD (drums) 


LEE KUBALEK 


GREG SHATAN (saxophones) 


HARK NEARENBERG 




STEWART STERK 




STEVE SUNDHEIH 


Piano Accompaniment by 


HARK WEISSHANN 


JOSHUA JEDWAB 




JEFF KINZLER 


Additional Choreography by 


GARY KAUFFMAN 


LISA CONN 




MARGIE MILLER 





PRODUCTION 


Lighting Technician 
BRIAN ZIHHERMAN 




Sound Engineer 
MARK NEARENBERG 


Follow Spot Operator 




Set Design 


LANSING DEANE 




GREG SHATAN 


ELLEN FEDERMAN 






SUSAN NANKIN 




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Assistant Liqhting Ooer 


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SUZANNE BLOND 




LINDA LEVY 


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LARRY MARGOLIN 


LISA CONN 




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ROBERT ERLANGER 




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BILL GOLDSMITH 




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MATT GREENBERG 




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MYRLE HORVITZ 




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FEAR + LOATHING SOCIETY 



MARK BASS 
ARNIE WOLKSKY 
GEORGE COHEN 
MARTY MARKS 
SARAH JOHNSON 
FRAN MANN 
DAVE WALLEN 
SCOTT BENGAMIN 



DAVID KATZ 
HERB PITKOWSKI 
CINDY EISENBERG 
JON STRUM 
STEVE FOX 
JODY BAUMEL 
JAMIE ABRAMS 
TOM HENDRIEKSON 



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PROSECUTORIAL PRACTICUM 




PROFESSOR EDWARD 
DEGRAZIA 
ANDREA GAINES 
JODY BAUMEL 
LAURIE ZELIGSON 
URSULA DAY 
STUART SINGER 
JAMEIONE M. WINSTON 
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GRADUATION COMMITTEE 



CATHY SCHNEIDER 
HERBERT PITKOWSKY 
MINDY WACHTEL 
LISA UNGER 
DEAN BELMONT 
CHERYL DRESNER 
EILEEN RAKOWER 





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Joshua Jedwab 
Laurence Margolin 
Myrle Horvitz 



Marjorie Miller 
Mark Weissmann 
Jody Baumel 
Amy Alkoff 
Matthew Keston 




THE ALL-AMERICAN GAME 

the Nuremberg war trials 

were dra.wing to a close 
last of the eighth, two out, man at bat. 

and my judgement powers were waning 

II million dead v. 
li Nazis punished, 
4 more to try 

it had been a long day, in a long trial 

even the wings 

of the flies in the room 

were drooping with perspiration 

in the heat, the revolving fan blades 
blurred into molten wings, 
flame-eaten prayers 

and my nose itched, and my eyes were runny 

I was tired of seeing the petty 

technicians of genocide 

who were not even monsters or heroes 

and my stomach ached 

what punishment would revive the dead? 
with what does one revenge atrocity? 

this courtroom toilet 

has amphitheater seating 
so that the half-assed world 

waxing indignant 
today flushes a few 
of its shits to oblivion 



by tomorrow 
this will all be 
happily forgotten 

tomorrow.- the Yankees and the Pirates 
play an exciting doubleheader 

and there's a howling in my head 
of people packed in cattle cars 



Oscar Abraham Jaeger 
Class of 1984 



To the TUNE of "WHERE IS iC>l/£?"from the musical "OLIVER" 

What is law? 

Who knows what I'm searching for? 

Will there be a jolt? A lightning bolt to warn me what's in store? 

Will I ever see the light? 

What's the key to Skelley Wright? 

Will I understand Learned Hand? Will I be erudite? 

Do you think I'll ever know the mystery of Cardozo? 
Will I study hard to no avail? 
Futile quest! Such travail! 
What? What is law? 



Music by Lionel Bart 



(New) Lyrics by Susan J. Miller, class of '84 




MONRAD G. 

PAULSEN 

MOOT COURT 

COMPETITION 



NATIONAL TEAM 
1984-85 



Leslie Case 
David Golden 
David Bertan 



David Bertan, David Golden-Runner-Up Best Oralist 





Adena Berkowitz-Honorable Mention 
Leslie Case-Winner Best Brief 
Mindy Wachtel-Honorable Mention 



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Judge Herbert Stern (D.N.J.) 




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THE CARDOZO MOOT COURT BOARD AND 


THE CARDOZO ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT 


LAW JOURNAL 



are pleased to announce that the following schools are 

participating in the inaugural year of the 

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law 

Entertainment /Communications Moot Court Competition. 



American University 

Brooklyn Law School 

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law 

Florida State University 

John Marshall Law School 

New York Law School 

Rutgers University School of Law (Newark) 

Pepperdine University School of Law 

Seton Hall Law School 

South Texas College of Law 

St. John's University 

University of Bridgeport School of Law 

University of Connecticut 

University of Dayton School of Law 

University of Detroit School of Law 

University of Maryland at Baltimore 

University of Pittsburgh School of Law 

Vermont Law School 

Washburn University School of Law 

West Virginia University School of Law 




Semi Finalists From Cardozo 

Mike Berman, Mark Weisman (coach), Cheryl Slavin, Mark Lewis 





Semi Finalists From American University 
Carole Sadler, Karen Sherman 




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Arts CS>Bntertainment 
Law Society 




VICTORIA BALD 
HEIDI BIERMAN 
CATHY CAMPBELL 
LANCE DEANE 
SONIA ESTREICH 
PAMELA FISHER 
ROBERT GORDON 
AMY HOLTZMAN 
BARBARA KAPLAN 
GARY KAUFFMAN 
SUSAN KERKER 
DAVID KIRSCH 
IRWIN KUHN 
MICHELE KUNOWITZ 
SUSAN LANDAU 
DENNIS METNICK 



MARK NEARENBERG 
KIM POSTER 
ELLEN REDDY 
SUSAN ROBBINS 
LINDA RUBANO 
WENDY SCHACK 
ARDEN SCHNEIDER 
GREG SHATAN 
ARTHUR EILVERMAN 
KEITH SILVERSTEIN 
MARY SPECTOR 
JACKIE STEIN 
RICHARD TEDESCO 
HEIDI TITLE 
GARY WACHTEL 
CHRISTOPHER WHENT 
BRIAN ZIMMERMAN 



This year the Arts and Entertainment Law Society, the oldest organization 
at Cardozo, with the exception of the SBA itself, held true to its "legacy of 
education and entertainment," with some of the most ambitious programs 
ever held at Cardozo. In November, the AELS Speaker Series Committee 
presented "New Technology in the Music Industry," featuring a distin- 
guished panel of speakers including counsel from CBS, Arista, Atlantic and 
Warner/Amex. 

In October, several members flew to Boston to attend "Legal Aspects of 
the Music Industry," a day seminar Sponsored by the ABA Forum Commit- 
tee on the Entertainment and Sports Industries. AELS members were also in 
attendance at the ABA Forum Committee's second annual Communication 
Law Seminar, "The Lawyer and the New Video Marketplace," held at the 
N.Y.C. Grand Hyatt, and the practicing Law Institute's prestigious three day 
seminar "Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry," also held in 
N.Y.C. 

On the entertainment side, March 12th saw the 13th floor become a 
battleground as students and faculty went head-to-head, matching wits and 
humor in the first annual Cardozo "Family Feud." Finally, a full year's efforts 
culminated in the most awesome and outrageous student production ever 
staged at Cardozo, as the AELS produced its fourth annual misical revue en- 
titled "Pleading Guilty." The three performance off-broadway run-a techni- 
cal extravaganza with a "cast of thousands" further substanciating the 
proposition that-"lawyers just want to have fun!" 

Looking back on a productive and exciting year, the AELS executive board 
would like to thank all those who participated in the organization. We hope 
that the years ahead will find the AELS living up to its legacy. 

Mark Nearenberg, 
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