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Res Nova-1986 


Contents 




Campus Life 


Page 18 


3L's 


Page 30 


iL's and 2L's 


Page 66 


Faculty 


Page 76 


Organizations 


Page 94 


Sponsorship 


Page 122 





Justice, though due to the accused, 
is due to the accuser too. 

-Benjamin N. Cardozo 




Yeshiva Umversity/ office of the president 




MESSAGE TO STUDENTS OP CARDOZO 1986 



Dear Graduates: 

The class of 1986 receives its diplomas from the Benjamin N. 
Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, at the end of the tenth 
year in the life of this institution. The past ten years have seen 
the evolution of the school of law from a dream in the minds of its 
founders to an institution that has made significant strides toward 
meeting its destiny. ¥e believe we have equipped you with the 
intellectual depth and ethical sensitivity to venture forth to 
practice an old and honorable profession. 

Your own destiny now lies largely in your hands. Whether you wish 
to devote your knowledge and talents to the world of law firms, 
public interest concerns, or business opportunities, we hope you 
build your future cognizant of your reponsibilities to humanity. 
When we chose to name the school of law, we joined with Justice 
Cardozo in the belief that "The final cause of law is the welfare 
of society." 

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. 




NORMAN LAMM 
President 




NORMAN LAMM 

President, Yeshiva University 





Examine the contents, not the bottle. 

-The Talmud- 



BENJAMIN N. CARDOZO SCHOOL OF LAW 
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY 

55 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY. 10003 



OFFICE OF THE DEAN 



PHONE (212) 790-0310 



A classbook is a great monument to the achievements and 
and aspirations of a class. This classbook is a lovely 
reminder of the ten years of growth and effort that have created 
the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. This is a class that 
has seen substantial change at the Law School, the inauguration 
of the new lobby, the maturing of many scholarly and educational 
trends, the publication of important issues of the Cardozo Law 
Review, the Arts and Entertainment Law Journal and the Women's 
Annotated Legal Bibliography. It was during this year that 
a new international law lournal was first published at Cardozo. 
The students included in this book have helped the law school as 
the law school has helped them. There has been a spirit of 
community that, I hope, will be with our graduates during the 
days of their career. 

Benjamin N. Cardozo, the judge, represents the science of 
law and the merging of the science of knowledge with a 
reassertion of moral and ethical standards. The law school is 
constructed with these scholarly and ethical goals in mind. 
Let us hope that the next decade helps us realize those goals. 




Monroe E. Price 
Dean 




MONROE E. PRICE 



Dean 
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law 



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The President, Board of Trustees, and Faculties 

of Yeshiva University 

and 

The Board of Directors of the 

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law 

are pleased to announce the 

Eighth Annual Commencement Exercises 

Sunday, June 8, 1986 
10:00 A.M. 

Hunter College Assembly Hall 

695 Park Avenue 

New York City 






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ADRS 


Alternative Dispute Resolution Seminar 


AE 


Applellate Externship 


AELJ 


Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 


AELS 


Arts & Entertainment Law Society 


ALEX 


Alexander Fellows Program 


ASILS-ILJ 


International Law Journal 


BALLSA 


Black American & Latinos Law Students' Association 


Basketball 


Intramural Basketball 


BELKIN 


Samuel Belkin Scholar 


Bet Tzedek 


Bet Tzedek Legal Services Clinic 


CAC 


Criminal Appeals Clinic 


CC 


Computer Club 


CJS 


Criminal Justice Society 


CLC 


Criminal Law Clinic 


CLW 


Cardozo Law Women 


ECMC 


Entertainment & Communications Moot Court Competition 


ELS 


Environmental Law Society 


ENMOOT 


Entertainment Law Moot Court Team 


Forum 


Cardozo Law Forum 


Hockey 


Intramural Ice Hockey 


lAC 


Intramural Advocacy Competition 


ILJ 


International Law Journal 


ILS 


Internaitonal Law Society 


ISLJ 


International Students' Law Journal 


ITAP 


Intensive Trial Advocacy Program 


JESSUP 


Jessup International Moot Court Competition 


LAS 


Legal Aid Society 


LEHMANN 


Lehmann Society 


LEMCC 


Labor & Entertainment Moot Court Competition 


LP 


Litigation Training program 


LR 


Cardozo Law Review 


MC 


Mediation Clinic 


MOOT 


Moot Court Board 


Musical 


Cardozo Annual Musical 


NLG 


National Lawyers' Guild 


NMOOT 


National Moot Court team 


PAD 


Phi Alpha Delta 


PAULSEN 


Paulsen Moot Court Competition 


PPP 


Prosecutor Practicum Program 


RELS 


Real Estate Law Society 


Res Nova 


Res Nova (Yearbook) 


SBA 


Student Bar Association 


SI 


Summer Institute Program 


TC 


Tax Court Clinic 


WALB 


Women's Annotated Legal Bibliography 





DAVID ABOUDI 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. Hofstra University 
LR; ILJ 





MARC ANDREW ABRAMS 

Jersey City, New Jersey 
B.A. Syracuse University 
MOOT; ITAP; PPP; LEMCC; SI 



PETE DIEKMAN ALBRIGHT 

Pocantino Hills, New York 

B.A. University of New Hampshire 




ADRIENNE BRODY ALEXANDER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Rutgers University 
Research Editor, AELJ; SBA; Chairper- 
son, BCLS 






PAULE L. APTER 

New York, New York 
Co-Chairman, RELS 



FELICE L. ASTROW 

Woodmere, New York 
B.S. SUNY at Binghamton 



SHARON LIPMAN 
AVERBACHER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Brandeis University 
Bet Tzedek; AELS 






SHEARA AVITAL 

Whitestone, New York 

B.A. Universily of Pennsylvania 

SBA 



ERIC M. BABAT 

New Rochelle, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
LR; ALEX 



STACEY B. BABSON 

Howard Beach, New York 
B.S. Ohio State University 
Treasurer, LR 






VICTORIA MARIE BALD 

New York, New York 

B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 

Production Ed., LR; CAC 



STEVEN PHILIP BANN 

West Caldwell, New Jersey 
B.A. McGill University 
MOOT; ALEX 



GERALDINE BARDANEL 

New York, New York 
B.B.A. University of Miami 
TC; ITAP 






URI BAUER 

New York, New York 
A.B. Columbia College 
Articles Editor, LR 



LISA J. BECKER 

Long Beach, New York 
B.A. Barnard College 



MARC EVAN BERGER 
Queens, New York 
B.A. University of Pennsylvania 
NLG; ITAP 






RONALD D. HERMAN 

Glen Rock, New York 

B.A. University of Pennsylvani, 

Executive Editor, AELJ 



RANDYE F. BERNFELD 

New York, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 
Managing Editor, WALB 



AMY BERNSTEIN 

Riverdale, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 






HEIDI BIERMAN 

West Orange, New Jersey 
B.A. Washington University 
AELS; Advertising Ed., Forum 



DAVID J. BILDNER 

Howard Beach, New York 
A.A., B.A. Yeshiva University 
Prcs., CC 



AMY LOUISE BLACK 

Closter, New Jersey 
B.A. Barnard College 
SI 






MARA ASYA BLATT 

New York, New York 

A.B. Mount Holyoke College 

ALEX; MOOT 



JOETTE MILIANS 
BLAUSTEIN 

Far Rockaway, New York 

B.A. Brooklyn 

Senior Articles Ed., AELJ 



DONNA J. BROWN 

North Brunswick, New Jersey 
B.A. Colorado Stale University 
ADRS 






SUSAN MARIE CARSON 

Alameda, California 
A.B. UC at Berkeley 
MOOT; NLG; NMOOT 



RICHARD M. COGEN 

New York, New York 
B.S. SUNY at Albany 



IRA R. COHEN 

Floral Park, New York 
B.S. SUNY at Oneonta 
SEA; PAD; Co-Chairperson, ELS 




YORAM JERRY COHEN 

Haworth, New Jersey 

B.S. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 

Note & Comment Ed., LR; RELS 







ROCHELLE H. COHEN 

Elizabeth, New Jersey 
B.S. Rutgers University 
AE 



LEWIS RINAUDO COHEN 

New York, New York 
B.A. Clark University 
Editor, LR 



LISA M. CONN 

B.A. Franklin & Marshall College 
ALEX; CAC; Aerobics 





ALAN KRAFT COOPER 

B.S. Washington University 






SONJA J. MULLER COOPER 

Scarsdale, New York 

B.S., M.S. Syracuse Univesity 

Ed.D. Columbia University 



STEPHANIE R. COOPER 

New York, New York 

B.A., M.F.A. Sarah Lawrence College 

BELKIN; ALEX; MC; PAD 



W. ROBERT CURTIS 

New York, New York 

M.S., M.P.H., S.D. Harvard University 




PAUL DENSON 

B.A. Univ. of Rochester 





MARILYN BARLACH 
DERSHOWITZ 

New York, New York 
B.A. Barnard College; 
M.A. New York University 



DIANE de SEVE 

Baldwin, New York 

B.A. SUNY at Plaftsburgh 

MOOT; NMOOT; CLC 






LISA S. DUBIN 

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



JARED PARNELL EISENSTAT 

Hicksville, New York 

B.A. Univ. of Calif, at Berkeley 



HAROLD EISENSTEIN 
B.A. Queens College 




LAURIE CARVER EPSTEIN 

Scarsdale, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 




JEFFREY EPSTEIN 

North Bellmore, New York 

B.F.A. Boston University; M.F.A. New 

York University 

Managing Editor, LR 




ERIC L. EPSTEIN 

Suffern, New York 
B.A. Columbia College 
PAD; SI 






SONIA S. ESTREICH 

New York, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 
Crew; Poster 



NANCY FARKAS 

West Orange, New Jersey 
B.A. University of Maryland 
LR; Alex; CLS; ILS 



KAREN R. FEIWUS 

Union, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers University 



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ANDREW FELDMAN 

B.S. Univ. of Pennsylvania 



CAROL ANN FISHER 
B.A. Rutgers College 



HOWARD K. FISHMAN 

Long Beach, New York 
B.S. SUNY at Albany 
Notes & Comments Ed., LR 






CATHY S. FLANZIG 

Huntington, New York 

B.A. George Washington University 



LIANE FRAM 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Barnard College 
MOOT; ENMOOT 



MONIQUE R. FRANCO 

New York, New York 
B.A. Emory University 
LAS 





PAUL A. FREILICH 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. SUNY at Albany 
Executive Editor, MOOT; TC 






GARY S. FRIEDMAN 

West Hempstead, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
CLC; NMOOT; MOOT 



JAY A. GANZMAN 

Brooklyn, New York 

B.S.Ed. SUNY at Buffalo; M.P.A. New 

York University 



MICHAEL GARBER 

Far Rockaway, New York 
B.A. Touro College 






ELANA L. GERSHEN 

Princeton, New Jersey 
B.A. Brandeis University 
Editor-in-Chief, AEL] 



ANNE OWENS GILDE 

Brooklyn, New York 

B.S., M.S., M.A. City College of NY 

Bet Tzedek; BALLSA; WALB; Chairman, 

CC 



FRANCES T. GLUCK 

Franklin Square, New York 

B.A. University of Maryland; Lawyer's 

Asst. Cert., Adelphi 

TC 






JODI GOODELMAN 

New York, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Buffalo 
PPP 



MARC A. GOODMAN 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. New York University 
BELKIN; RELS 



MELINDA G. GORDON 

Livingston, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers College 






ROBET L. GORDON 

New York, New York 
B.A. Columbia University 
Managing Ed., AELJ 



NOAH J. GORDON 

Bronx, New York 
B.A. Haverford College 
Managing Editor, MOOT; TC 



AZITA GORTON 

B.A. Barnard College 






SAMUEL J. GOTTLIEB 

Irving, Texas 

B.B.A. Unviersity of Texas 

Teams Editor, MOOT 



STANLEY GOULD 

B.B.A. Pace University 



DEENA F. GREENBERG 

Seattle, Washington 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
MOOT; ALEX 






MATTHEW N. GREENBERG 

Fanwood, New Jersey 

B.A. University of Maryland 

LR; ALEX 



LAWRENCE S. GREENMAN 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
MOOT 



VIKTORIA GRESS 

B.S. Long Island University 





RICHARD R. GROSSBARD 

Fairlawn, New Jersey 
B.A. SUNY at Stony Brook 
Research Ed., ASILA-ILJ; MOOT; JES- 
SUP; PAD 






ROBIN LANGFAN HAMMER 

New York, New York 

A.B. The University of Chicago 

TC, ITAP 



WARREN HECHT 

Bayside, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
Associate Ed., WALB; ITAP; AC 



HELENE S. HELLER 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
Ed., ECMC; MOOT 






ROSE HERSCHBERG 

New York, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 
ADRS 



DALE H. HERSHON 

Rego Park, New York 

B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 



JACQUELINE T. HOISHMAN 

New York, New York 
B.A. Rider College 



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HANNAH R. HOLMES 

New York, New York 
B.A. Barnard College 
Competitions Ed., MOOT; ITAP; SI 



JUDITH L. HOROWITZ 

Randallstown, Maryland 
B.A. University of Chicago 
WALB 



DAVID T. HUBER 

New York, New York 
B.A. DePaul Universtiy 
Chairperson, ELS; Notes & Comments 
Ed., ASILS-IL] 






LISA J. HYMAN 

Jericho, New York 
B.A. Union College 



MARK JAY INGBER 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 
TC; ITAP 



JUDITH DOLINSKY ISRAELI 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
PAD; REUS 




ALLEN G. KADISH 

Englewood, New Jersey 

B.A. Rutgers College 

Notes & Comments Ed., AELJ; RELS; 

AELS; SBA; Vice Chairman, BCLS 







LISA J. KALLAN 

Staten Island, New York 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

Quarterfinals, PAULSEN; NMOOT; AE 



CHANIE KAMENETSKY 

New York, New York 
B.B.A. Baruch College 
AELJ; Forum 



DEBORAH KATZ 

Greenville, Rhode Island 

B.S.F.S. Georgetown 

JESSEP; MOOT; Articles Ed., ILJ 






SUSAN JOY KERKER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
AELS; BELKIN 



HOWARD J. KERN 

Livingston, New Jersey 

B.A. Rutgers 

Notes & Comments Editor, LR 



SUSAN KETTNER 

New York, New York 

B.A. The Catholic University of America 

WALB 




YONG HAK KIM 

Seoul, Korea 

L.L.B. Seoul Nat'l University 

Associate Ed., ASILS-ILJ; ILS 





DAVID A. KIRSCH 

New York, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Stony Brook 
ITAP: Symposium Ed., ASILS-ILJ 



STACY KOHN 

B.A. Brandeis University 





MARTHA L. KOVEL 

Plainvicw, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 
WALB; Bet Tzedek 



LINDA KRASNOPOLSKY 

New York, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
President, PAD 




KIM KRESSEL 

B.A. Barnard College 




DAVID ALAN KRUEGER 

Hewlett Harbor, New York 
B.A. Dickinson College 
Co-Editor-in-Chief, ASILS-ILJ 




MICHELE V. KUNOWITZ 

Forest Hills, New York 

B.A. Queens College 

Research Ed., ASILS-ILJ; JESSUP; 

MOOT 




ROBERT TOD LAPIDUS 

New York, New York 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

Articles Ed., ILJ; Pres., ILS 





LAWRENCE B. LARAUS 

Pomona, New York 

B.A. University of Michigan 






FRAN IRIS LEPPER 

Manalapan, New Jersey 

B.S. Syracuse University 

ALEX; Editor, Forum; SBA; Associate 

Editor, AELJ 



MITCHELL LEVY 

B.S. University of Maryland 



FREDERICK J. LEVY 

New York, New York 

B.A. Claremont McKcnna College 

NLG; CLC 






JEFFREY I.D. LEWIS 

Stamford, Connecticut 

B.S. University of Connecticut 

ALEX; PAD; Graduation Chairman, 

SBA; Res Nova 



GEOFFREY P. LIEBER 

Great Neck, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 
BELKIN; SBA 



ESTER MACNER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Hebrew University, M.A. 
Jewish Theological Seminary 
ITAP; WALB; SI 






CHAIM MANDELBAUM 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
LR 



SHALOM S. MAIDENBAUM 

Lawrence, New York 

B.S. JYU 

PAD; RELS; LEHMANN 



REBEKAH L. MARKS 

Rye, New York 

B.A. University of Rochester 

ADRS 




CRAIG B. MARSHALL 

Lawrence, New York 
B.A. Clark University 





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JEFFREY E. MEHL 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
ITAP 



BARBARA L. MEHL 

West Caldwell, New Jersey 

Judaic Studies, George Washington 

University 



DAVID S. MENDELSOHN 

San Francisco, California 
B.A. (B.H.L.) Israel Torah Research In- 
stitute of Jerusalem 
ITAP; Musical; Man. Ed., Res Nova 






DENNIS METNICK 

New York, New York 
B.A. New England College 
MC; PAD; AELS; BELKIN 



DAVID MIGDAL 

New York, New York 
B.A. University of Wisconsin; M.A. Co- 
lumbia University 
Associate Editor, AELJ 



DANA MITCHELL 

Lido Beach, New York 
B.S. New York University 






ALISON ANNE MYNICK 

Dracut, Massacnusetts 
B.S. University of Lowell 



GARY J. NESTLER 

Mountainside, New Jersey 
B.S. University of Delaware 
TC; ITAP 



DENNIS V. NIEVES 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. St. John's University 
Co-Chairperson, BALLSA; CLA 






JORGE L. NIEVES 

Queens, New York 

B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 

SBA; BALSA; LP 



AMY L. NUSSBAUM 

Great Neck, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 



RUSSELL PAISLEY 

B.A. Queens College 






JEFFREY PAPELL 

New York, New York 
B.A. Columbia University 
ALEX 



DEBRA JANE PASVOLL 

New York, New York 
B.A. SUNY at New Paltz; M.A. Colum- 
bia University 
Articles Editor, ILSJ; ILS; PAD 



JANET ELLISON PEARSALL 

Oceanside, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 






NINA CARMEL PECKMAN 

South Orange, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers 
Editor, MOOT 



STEVEN PEPPERMAN 
B.A. SUNY at Buffalo 



NELSON PEREL 

B.A. SUNY at Buffalo 






LISA A. PETERSEN 

Staten Island, New York 
B.A. College of Staten Island 



JAMES W. PHARO 

New York, New York 

B.A. University of Rochester 

ALEX; Executive Editor, LR 



SUSAN PLOTKIN 

Buffalo, New York 
B.A. Barnard College 
Bet Tzedek 






ANDREA SHAWN RATTNER 

Whcately Heights, New York 
A.B. Cornell University 
WALB; LP; SI 



SHARON R. REIDER 

Clostcr, New Jersey 

B.S. University of Delaware 

Book Review Editor, ILJ 



SUSAN REISS 

West Orange, New Jersey 
B.A. Emory University 
Articles Editor, AELJ 






DAVID RELKIN 

B.A. Northwestern University 



DIANNE THERESA RENWICK 
Bronx, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
BALLSA; NLG; CLC; CAC 



AMY RICH 

B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 





ROBERT "RED" RIMBERG 

New York, New York 
ITAP 



HENRY E. RIVERA 

Bronx, New York 

B.A. Herbert Lehman College 

Secretary-Treasurer, BALLSA 





DOUGLAS WARREN 
ROBINSON 

Potomac, Maryland 

B.S. Rensselar Polytehnic Institute 

Notes & Comments Ed., ILJ; Hockey 



NEAL J. ROHER 

Pearl River, New York 

B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 

CLC; Asst. Managing Ed., MOOT; 

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PHILIP ROSENBERG 

New York, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
Notes & Comment Editor, LR 



RACHELLE ROSENBERG 

Ellington, Connecticut 
B.A. Stern College 
Forum; PPP 



JEFFREY B. ROSENBERG 

Port Washington, New York 

B.A. Hamilton College 

Notes & Comments Ed., ASILS-ILJ 






MEIR ROSENFELD 

Denver, Colorado 

B.A. Yeshiva University 

LEHMANN 



LISA ROXANNE 
ROSENTHAL 

New Hyde Park, New York 
B.A. Sarah Lawrence College 
CLC; Musical; ITAP; Forum 



ADAM W. ROTHKRUG 

Great Neck, New York 
A.B. Duke University 






GAIL BETH ROZANSKY 

West Orange, New Jersey 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

WALB 



MARSHA RUBIN 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. Brooklyn College 
Notes & Comments Editor, AELJ 



SAMUEL RUDANSKY 

Garden City, New York 
B.S. Yeshiva University 
LEHMANN; MC 




ELIZABETH SACK 

B.A. Northwestern University 





SUSAN JILL SAMUELS 

Okemos, Michigan 

B.A. University of Michigan 

LR 



ERICA SAWYER 

New York, New York 
B.A. New York University; M.A. Co- 
lumbia University 
Forum 




BETTINA SCHEIN 

B.A. SUNY at Buffalo 





DANIEL J. SCHER 

Sands Point, New York 
B.A. Cornell University 
PPP; PAD; V.P., SBA 



MICHAEL I. SCHNECK 

Summit, New Jersey 

B.B.A. George Washington University 




JACK SCHROEDER 

New York, New York 

B.S. University of Pittsburgh 

RELS; Vice Chairman, ELS 




LINDA MIRIAM SALAMON 

B.A. New York University 







EILEEN R. SELIGSON 

Fairlawn, New Jesey 

S.B. Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 



RITA SHAPIRO 

Great Neck, New York 
B.A., M.S. Long Island Univ. 
Bet Tzedek 



DAVID C. SHARPE 

Claremont, St. Ann Jamaica 
B.S. SUNY at Oneonta 
BALLSA; ITAP 





ROBERT A. SHULMAN 

New City, New York 

B.B.A. George Washington University 






KEITH D. SILVERSTEIN 

Woodmere, New York 

B.A. George Washington University 



NATHAN SLOVIN 

Cranford, New Jerey 

B.A. George Washington University 



JAY B. SOLOMON 

Cresskill, New Jersey 
B.A. Boston University 
Editor, MOOT; ITAP; SI 




MARY SPECTOR 

B.A. Simmons College 






KERRY A. SPERLING 

New York, New York 
B.A. University of Virginia 




BONNIE WYNNE SPIRO 

A.B. Columbia University 
Magistrate Dolinger; TC; LP 






CAROL HUTTON STARK 

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



JACQUELINE E.B. STEIN 

New York, New York 

B.A. Tufts University 

NMOOT; Asst. Teams Ed., MOOT; 

ITAP; SI; Finalist, PAULSEN 



STEVEN STEPPER 
B.A. Brooklyn College 






FREDRICK PAUL STERN 

Port Washington, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 
BELKIN 



JONATHAN E. STRASSBERG 

East Brunswick, New Jersey 
B.S. Boston University 
LR 



ILENE R. STRUMEYER 

Highland Park, New Jersey 
B.A. Douglass College 
Research Editor, WALB; BELKIN; 
Res Nova; PAD 



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KAREN P. SWIGER 

Scarsdale, New York 
B.A. New York University 
MOOT 



PAMELA KLING TARIFF 

White Plains, New York 
Kenyon College 



RICHARD TEDESCO 

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






CLAIRE TIERNEY 

Babylon, New York 
B.S. Adelphi University 
AE; Managing Ed., WALB; 
ITAP; ADRS; MC 



ROBERT MICHAEL TILS 

Huntington Station, New York 

B.S. Ursinus College 

ILMOOT; Ed. Bd., ILJ; PAD; ILS; LP 



STEVEN TUGENTMAN 

Bronx, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
ITAP; SI 






TANIA TONI TULCIN 

Forest Hills, New York 

B.A. Queens College 

Best Brief, lAC; MOOT; RELS 



HUGH F. VAN DEVENTER IV 

Summit, New Jersey 

B.A. Claremont McKenna College 

LR 



THEODORE (CHIP) GEORGE 
WALKER IV 

New Haven, Connecticut 
B.A. Hobart College 
SBA; PAD 






RONDA L. WEISSMAN 

Great Neck, New York 
B.A. Tulane University 



FRED A. WERTHEIMER 

Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

B.A. University of Rhode Island 

Managing Ed., ASILS-ILJ; ILS 



DEBRA LYNN WOLF 

New York, New York 
B.A. Vassar College 
AELJ 






PAULETTE WUNSCH 

New York, New York 
B.A. University of Chicago 
BELKIN: Business Ed., WALB 



VICKI M. YOUNG 

Brooklyn, New York 

B.A. Brooklyn College 

Executive Ed., WALB; BALLSA; TC; 

MC; CAC; ITAP 



SCOTT ZAMEK 

Port Jefferson, New York 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

Chapter Clerk/Justice, PAD; ITAP 






BARBARA ZUCKER 

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



JULIE LEFKOWITZ GERVER 

B.A. Syracuse University 



RICHARD DALE COHEN 

B.S. George Washington University 



DAVID FENTON ADLER 

B.A. University of Michigan 

RICHARD JOHN ANDERSON 

B.A. University of Baltimore 

MORTON REX APPLEBAUM 

B.S. New York University 

ANNA MAGDALENA BARNET 
B.A. New York University 

MARLENE SUE BESTERMAN 

B.A. Brandeis University 

HEIDI BETTINI 

B.A. Colgate University 

ANN DEBORAH BISCHOFF 

B.A. University of Arizona 

LAWRENCE PHILIP BLENDEN 

B.A. Rutgers University 

HILLARY BREITBART 

B.A. Sarah Lawrence College 

LORI CARYN BREITMAN 

B.A. Rutgers University 

NANCY A. BRESLOW 

B.A. SUNY at Stony Brook 

VICTORIA ANNE BUTLER 
B.A. Fordham University 

LUCINDA MARTINE CARDINAL 

B.A. Barnard College 

JEANNE WILMOT CARTER 

B.A. Barnard College; M.F.A. Columbia University 

RAFAEL IGNACIO CASTELLANOS 

B.A. Fordham University 

RICHARD DALE COHEN 

B.S. George Washington University 

IRA ROBERT COHEN 

B.S. SUNY at Oneonta 

MARY JAMES COURTENAY 

B.A. Vassar College 

LESLIE CRARY 
B.A. Oberlin College 

SHANNAH SMOLLER DALTON 

B.A. City College of New York; M.A., Ph.D. Brandeis University 

MARC DAVIS 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

ADRIA DeLANDRI 

B.A. Vassar College 

RISA CAROL DOHERTY 

B.A. John Hopkins University 

PAMELA GAIL FISHER 

B.A. Smith College 



CHARLES MARSHALL FLESCH 
B.A. Columbia University 

LANCE MEREDITH FRANK 

B.A. Boston University 

LANCE BRETT FRIEDMAN 

B.A. American University 

ANDREW LEE GAINES 

B.A. Hobart College 

ALAN M. GARDNER 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

DAVID J. GLAUBERMAN 

B.S. Cornell University 

ANDREW MARK GOLD 

B.P.H. Thomas Jefferson Univ.; M.F.A. Calif. Institute of the Arts 

LEONARD ALAN GOLUB 
B.A. Tufts University 

GEORGE SANFORD GOODMAN 

B.S. The University of the State of New York 

DON R. GREENBAUM 

B.B.A. George Washington Univ. 
LOIS ANN HALL 

B.A. Harvard University 

DORI ANN HANSWIRTH 

B.A. Univ. of Pennsylvania 

KEITH LESLIE HAREWOOD 

B.A. Columbia University 

SUSAN UNGERLEIDER HEIDENBERG 

B.S. Boston University 

KAREN ELLEN HELLER 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

EDWARD RANDALL HENKIN 

B.A. Tulane University 

NIKI A. HEUMAN 

B.A. Sarah Lawrence College 

LINDA GEORGINE HILL 

B.A. Smith College 

BERNARD LOUIS HOPPENFELD 
B.S.M. Tulane University 

MARC SYLVAIN HYMAN 

B.A. Tufts University 

GEORGE WILLIAM ILCHERT 

B.S. St. John's University 

MICHAEL ERIC JONES 

B.B.A. Emory University 

GOLDI SHARON JUER 

B.A. Cornell University 

LESLIE MERYLL KAHN 

B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 



ALESIA JUDITH KANTOR 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

BARBARA LEE KAPLAN 

B.A. Washington University 

PAMELA BETH KATTEN 

B.S. Northwestern University 

CLIFFORD ELLIOTT KATZ 

B.A. Bowdoin College; M.B.A. University of California 

STUART P. KOHLER 

B.A. SUNY at New Paltz 

ANDREW HOWARD KRASNOW 

B.A. University of California 

JENNIFER BARTON KURTZ 

B.A. Barnard College; M.A. Columbia University 

DIANE E. LA GAMMA 

B.A. Herbert H. Lehman College 

JOSEPH NATHAN LAMPORT 

B.A. Yale University 

SONIA ESTHER LASRY 

B.A. Clark University 

ALBERT LAUFER 

B.A. Boston University 

JONATHAN ROBERT LAUTMAN 

B.M. University of North Carolina; M.M. Northwestern University 

NANCY NARDELLA LEEDS 

B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 

SONYA FRANCES LORGE 

B.A. SUNY at Binghamton; M.A. University of New Hampshire 

DONALD I. MARKOWITZ 

B.A. SUNY at Stony Brook 

MARY ELLEN LEOKADJA McKEON 

B.S. Bucknell University 

STEVEN DOUGLAS MELTZER 

B.A. Hobart College 

PAMELA L. MILLER 

B.A. Yeshiva University 

CATHY JANE NEUSTEIN 

B.A. Washington University 

EMILY MACKLIN OLSHANSKY 

B.A. Sarah Lawrence College 

DWIGHT LEE PHILLIPS 

B.S. Texas A & M University 

MARY ESTHER WANDER POLO 

B.A. University of Michigan 

KIM I. FOSTER 

B.S. Northwestern University 

PERRY PRIMAVERA 

B.A. Upsala College 



CRAIG STUART PROVORNY 

B.A. Rutgers University 

LEONARDO PUIG 

B.A. New York University 

RICHARD MALCOM REICE 

B.A. University of Michigan 

BRIAN RIELLY 

B.A. SUNY at Stony Brook 

LORI KAREN REINER 

B.A. Brandeis University 

RALPH RIVERA 

B.A. Columbia University 

SUSAN ILENE ROBBINS 

B.A. Boston University; M.S.W. California State University 

ROBERT EDWARD ROOD 

B.A. Franklin and Marshall College 

THOMAS ANDREW ROSE 

B.S. New York University 

NINA BETH ROTH 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

ALLAN BRUCE ROTHSCHILD 

B.A. Emory University 

ERIC WILLIAM RUBEN 

B.A. Union College 

LINDA MIRIAM SALAMON 

B.A. New York University 

ANDREW SANDERS 

B.A. Connecticut College 

ELLEN MADDY SCHECHTER 

B.A. Cornell University 

ROBIN SCHLAFF 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

ANNE MAE SEIDMAN 

B.A. Barnard College; M.H.S.A. University of Michigan 

ROBERT CURTIS SHENFELD 

B.A. Tufts University 

BRUCE HARAN SILVERMAN 

B.A. Brandeis University 

ARTHUR GORDON SILVERMAN 

B.A. University of Wisconsin; M.A. New York University 

LESLIE JANE SKOLNICK 

B.A. Emory University 

SHELLEY BETH SLATER 

B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 

ROBYN JEAN SMERLING 

B.A. Emory University 

ROBIN STONE SMITH 

B.A. Barnard College 



ARLENE R. SMOLER 

B.A. Hamilton College 

NECHAMA SOKOLOW 

B.A., M.A. John Jay College of Criminal Justice 

DARONA STEINHORN 

B.A. Yeshiva University 

SHERI PERLOFF STEINMETZ 

B.A. Washington University 

RICHARD IRA TABACHNIK 
B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 

SCOTT GARY TANNENBAUM 

B.S. SUNY at Albany 

NEIL TILSON 

B.A. Yeshiva University 

SUSAN J. VALCIC 

B.A. Columbia University 
BRIAN IRA VOGEL 

B.A. Emory University 

SCOTT MICHAEL WEINFELD 

B.A. University of Rochester 

ROCHELLE HANNAH WEINSTEIN 

B.S. University of Maryland 

BRUCE JAY WEISFELD 

B.A. Brandeis University 

ANDREW SWINTON WULFMAN 

B.A. Bard College 

DAVID EPHRAIM YURKOFSKY 

B.A. Vassar College 





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Section A 




Marc Altheim, Stuart Barbara, Jan Bershtein, Robin Bidner, Lisa Bluestein, Elizabeth Capen, Baird Cuber, W. Robert 
Curtis, Melanie Faber, Paul Ferreira, Susan German, John Goldman, Lynda Gould, Rebecca Guthart, Abraham Hidary, 
Gwendol Holmes, David Katz, Howard Krotman, Amy Levy, Robert Lippman, Beth Mangel, Barry Miller, Todd Noah, 
Mark Osherow, Michael Rappaport, Glenn Robbins, Rina Ross, Michael Schiff, Jane Silfen, Randi Singer, Barton 
Sobel, Bruce Tamkin, Lawrence Wasserman, Lisa Winters, Leslie Yasner. 

Section B 




Jesus Arzuaga, Ileen Bergman, Suzanne Bochner, Jodi Brodsky, Lina Cavanaugh, Lauren Davis, Douglas Drazen, Irene 
Feldman, Melanie Finkel, Ira Gerzog, Jonathan Gould, Amy Haberman, Alan Heller, Benjamin Kaufman, Frank 
Laghezza, Jr., Autumn Lido, Alec Lipkind, David Lobel, Steven Miller, James Nobile, Cory Rapkin, Reeva Schiffman, 
Stuart Siegal, Nancy Silver, Julie Sirota, Beth Slatkin, Mary Swartz, Mindee Wasserman, Norma Zandman, Meryl 
Zimberg. 



Section C 




Jay Barbalatt, Stacey Berkman, Janette Bodenstein, Eugene Bruno, Lisa Cohen, Alan Dettelbach, Anthony Feldmesser, 
Peter Gladstone, Glenn Gould, Elizabeth Henry, Erica Jacobson, David Kapner, Seth Kaye, Juli Kempner, Gail 
Lampert, Bruce Mael, Joy Malka, Esther Mizrachi, Julie Nolletti, JuU Posner, Peter Richter, Lana Rottenberg, David 
Schwarcz, Steven Sherman, Hillary Sobel, Jacqueline Steele, Robert Teitelbaum, Howard Wasserman, Issac Zucker. 



Section D 




Fred Abrams, Douglas Becker, Rod Behren, Douglas Breakstone, Craig Broser, Lizabeth Croland, Kathlee Dalaney, Lee 
Emmer, Daniell Follett, Valerie Glover, Cheryl Gold, Sheri Goldberg, Robyn Grabelsky, Clifford Katz, Lynn Ann 
Klotz, Allison Lambert, Dennis Manesis, Harold Moroknek, Mara Moskowitz, Vivian Naim, Shari Olefson, Lisa 
Rapoport, Martha redo, Michele Schwartz, Val Sherman, Robert Siegal, Ira Silfin, Babetle Sommer, Laurie Szubin, 
Rhea Turok, Lori Wasserman, David Weglein. 



Section E 




Allen Applbaum, Harold Bernstein, Paula Best, Abram Cohen, Phyllis Davidson, Caren Dennemeyer, Carmine 
Desantis, Stacy Conner, Linda Fiddle, Martha Forster, Jonatha Gill, Carin Goldschmit, Robin green, Michael Gross, 
Elizabeth Higgason, Elizabeth Holland, David Kilkenny, Cheryl Konell, Steven Levin, Jody Marcus, Marci Mitkoff, 
Keith Moskowitz, Frances Piazza, Nancy Rapp, Howard Roitman, Henry Rudorfer, Stephan Schwartz, Chaya Shafran, 
Bruce Weintraub, Louise Zeller. 



Section F 



David Beilin 
Bonnie Brown 
Lawrence Cunningham 
Stephan DiLorenzo 
Richard Dreizen 
Barbara Gaines 
Harold Gordon 
Debra Guston 
Marc Handelman 
Bettina Ingber 
Barbara Kamman 
Carrie Kolinsky 
Scott Korenbaum 
Margare Kronenberger 
Geoffre Landau 
David Lerner 



Elayna Levine 
Lisa Mattaway 
John McDermott, Jr. 
Anna Monahemi 
Avivith Oppenhiem 
Richard Plastik 
Shdema Poulad 
Phyllis Prussin 
Bradley Rosen 
Joseph Ruscito 
Scott Schwartz 
Jonathan Siegal 
David Siegeltuch 
Todd Strassberg 
Michael Taubenblat 
Kenneth Weiss 



Section G 



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Jay Auslander, Suzanne Bagdorf, Keith Barbarosh, Ruth Berkowitz, Lauren Bokor, Jay Boyarksy, Jordan Comet, 
Michel Dana, Elaine Dara, Leslie Deutsch, Diane Eickensheid, Chris Esposito, debra Goldberg, Robert Greenbaum, 
Melissa Herman, Cathy Hirschhorn, Isaac Jaroslawitcz, Soula Karamarios, Claudia Krefetz, Marc Kushner, Allison 
Lambert, Stephan Leone, Jeanie Milbauer, Karen Mizrahi, Mara Moradoff, David Paul, Virginia Provost, Brian 
Raphan, Vince Sabella, Bruce Schoeberg, John Schwartz, Gregg Shack, Rhoda Stark, Curtis Sykes, Jeffrey Weiss, Lisa 
Westerman. 

Section H 




Barbara Agulnek, Rina Beder, Jeffrey Bernstein, Sturart Canton, Jeffrey D'Angelo, Samual Disavino, Ivy Dochter, 
Deborah Dyckman, Reuven Epstein, Andrew Farber, Mark Futral, Elsie Garcia, Mitchel Goldberg, Leslie Grobman, 
Edward Hogan, Larry Karr, Seth Lapidow, Kenneth Levine, Pamela Milgrim, Gary Miller, Gabriel Morizio, Joel 
Muhlbaum, Nathan Muller, Susan Raively, Michael Rolnick, Steven Saltiel, Bette Schnabel, Alice Schwartz, Robert 
Seiden, Lauren Silk, Mark Spellman, Jeffrey Stamler, Franklin Topal, Michael Wernick, Gregg Willinger. 



Section I 




Bruce Akrongold, Rachel Ben-Shalom, Nancy Berman, Jordan Brodie, Scott Daniels, Diane Donato, Ellen Drachman, 
Mark Feldman, Michael Finkelstein, Elissa Garber, Georgea Gould, Alex Gurevich, Meryl Insler, Dorothy Karlebach, 
Naomi Kramer, Howard Levine, Jonatahan Lewinter, Philip Machlin, Janice McGee, Neil Miller, Robert Narva, Zdena 
Nemeckova, Wilfred Rodriguez, Lawrence Rosen, Jacqueline Samuels, Gregg Selton, Adam Shalov, Jeffrey Silverman, 
Debra Starr, Miriam Stern, David Vesel, Susan Williams, Kenneth Zeiger. 

ASEP's 




Elizabeth Adler, Madeleine Balgley, Andrew Barovick, Adam Behar, Sally Belon, Susan Bloch, Brett Bowden, Jay 
Butterman, Stephan Cotsirilos, Carrie D'Amico, Luke Farber, Lisa Fisch, Marc Flug, Heather Freedman, Joseph Geller, 
Bruce Gleit, Laurely Haddon, Michele Harari, Aaron Hauptman, Michell Kimmelman, Morton Klein, Malka Louzoun, 
Eve Markewich, Jan McGrath, Neil Meisel, Katherin Monemvassitis, Lorrain Nadel, Eugenia Nathanson, Liane 
Newton, Jane Pearl, Christi Pittaluga, Frank Pugliese, Linda Reiss, Deborah Rosenblatt, Alice Rothbaum, Eric 
Schneck, Elizabeth Schneider, Elaine Shay, Steven Shishko, Katherine Soulis, Terrence St. John, Edward Stone, Albert 
Tahn, Selwyn Taubman, Peter Thea, Roberta Wolff, John Wolfsie, Wendy Zeligson. 



Administration 



Monroe E. Price, LL.B 

Dean 

Richard M. Joel, J.D. 

Associate Dean 

Steven S. Nemerson, J.D., 
Ph.D. 

Associate Dean 

Ellen R. Cherrick, J.D. 

Assistant Dean for 
Admissions 

Norma P. D'Apolito, J.D. 

Assistant Dean for 
Placement 



Judith Ruben, M.S. 

Assistant to the Dean 
for Student Affairs 



Leslie S. Newman, J.D. 

Director of Legal Writing 




Leslie S. Newman 



Lynn Wishart 




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John D. Appel 

Visiting Professor of Law. 
B.B.A., 1953, J.D., 1956, Univer- 
sity of Michigan. 

After graduation from Universi- 
ty of Michigan Law School, Pro- 
fessor Appel became an instruc- 
tor at Columbia University Law 
School (1956-58), and then en- 
tered private practice in New 
York City (1958-61). In 1961 he 
joined the CBS Law Department 
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. He teaches 
restitution, intellectual property, 
antitrust law, and trusts and 





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William W. Bratton, Jr. 

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

Professor Bratton graduated magna cum laude from college. While in 
law school, 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 Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 
1976-77, and was associated with the firm of Debevoise, Plimpton, 
Lyons & Gates from 1977 to 1980. He teaches contracts, corporations, 
and corporate finance, and has written articles dealing with the rela- 
tions of corporations and senior security holders. 



Norma P. D'Apolito 

Assistant Dean. B.A., 1971, Vassar College; 
J.D., 1974, New York University. 

After graduating from law school. Dean 
D'Apolito joined the Pennsylvania Depart- 
ment of Justice as a deputy attorney general 
in the Litigation Division. Thereafer she 
worked in a number of positions specializ- 
ing in civil rights litigation, including staff 
counsel for the Prisoners' Rights Project in 
New York, managing attorney for Greater 
Boston Legal Services, and senior attorney 
for the Juvenile Rights Project in Boston. In 
1983 she began at Cardozo as assistant dean 
for placement and director of the Center for 
Professional Development. In addition to 
her administrative responsibilities. Dean 
D'Apolito teaches legal writing and educa- 
tion law. 



J. David Bleich 

Herbert and Florence Tenzer Professor 
of Jewish Law and Ehics. B.A., 1960, 
Brooklyn College; M.A., 1968, Colum- 
bia University; Ph.D., 1974, New York 
University. 

Dr. Bleich has taught at Hunter Col- 
lege, Rutgers University, and Bar-Ilan 
University, and is professor of Talmud 
at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological 
Seminary, an affiliate of Yeshiva Uni- 
versity. He has written extensively on 
Jewish law and ethics; among his pub- 
lished works are: Jewish Bioethics; 
With Perfect Faith: Foundation of Jew- 
ish Belief; Contemporary Halakhic 
Problems (two volumes); and Judaism 
and Healing. He is editor of the Halak- 
hah department of Tradition. He was a 
Woodrow Wilson Fellow and a post- 
doctoral fellow at the Hastings Center, 
and is a fellow of the Academy of Jew- 
ish Philosophy. 



David G. Carlson 

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

Professor Brickman had taught courses in 
contracts, professional responsibility, fed- 
eral jurisdiction, and family law since en- 
tering into teaching in 1965. He is a spe- 
cialist in lawyers' ethics and legal services 
delivery systems, and has written and lec- 
tured on the standard of care of the legal 
professional, lawyers' fees, lawyers' adver- 
tising, specialization, use of paraprofes- 
sionals, group and prepaid legal services, 
unauthorized practice, and systems ap- 
proaches to law practice. He is also a lead- 
ing expert in the field of clinical legal edu- 
cation. He has consulted for the U.S. 
Office of Education, Ford Foundation, Na- 
tional Science Foundation, Council on Le- 
gal Education for Professional Responsi- 
bility, American Bar Association, Law 
Enforcement Assistance Administration, 
and Legal Services Corporation. He served 
as Cardozo's acting dean from. 





Lester Brickman 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1974, 
University of California at Santa Barba- 
ra; J.D., 1977, Hastings Colleg of Law, 
University of California. 

Professor Carlson was editor-in-chief of 
the Hastings Law Journal and law clerk 
(externship program) to Justice Ray- 
mond L. Sullivan of the California Su- 
preme Court while at Hastings. Prior to 
joining the Cardozo faculty. Professor 
Carlson was an associate with the firm of 
Cravath, Swaine and Moore, New York 
City, from 1977 to 1981. He teaches in the 
areas of admiralty, bankruptcy, commer- 
cial law, and property. 



Edward de Grazia 

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



1951 



Professor de Grazia has taught at the law 
schools of Catholic University of Ameri- 
ca, University of Connecticut, George- 
town University, and American Univer- 
sity. From 1956 to 1959, he served with 
the Office of Director General of the 
United Nations Educational, Scientific, 
and Cultural Organization, Paris; subse- 
quently, as a consultant with the U.S. 
Department of State, U.S. Agency for In- 
ternational Department, and Arizona 
Criminal Code Commission. Professor 
de Grazia engaged in private practice of 
law for over 10 years in Washington, 
D.C., specializing in communications 
law and First Amendment litigation. 
During 1968-72 he was director of 
Georgetown University's Program for 
Pretrial Diversion of Accused Offenders 
to Community Mental Health Treatment 
Programs. Professor de Grazia was man- 
aging editor of the University of Chicago 
Law Review. His most recent published 
work is Banned Films: Movies, Censors, 
and the First Amendment. 




Stephen Diamond 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1967, 
Swarthmore College; M.A., 1968, 
J.D., Ph.D., 1976, Harvard Uni- 
versity; Certificate in Social An- 
thropology, 1970, Cambridge 
University. 

Professor Diamond clerked for 
Judge Frank A. Kaufman, Unit- 
ed States District Court, Mary- 
land. He teaches legal history, 
torts, and local government law. 



Minasse Haile 

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

Professor Hale comes to Cardozo School of Law after an illustrious career in his 
native country, Ethiopia. As Civil Service Commissioner, Central Personnel 
Agency of Ethiopia (1961-62), he helped draft the first civil service regulations of 
Ethiopia and helped establish the first Personnel Administrative Agency. He was 
Minister of Information, Culture, and Tourism, while simultaneously serving as 
chairman of the Emperor's Private Cabinet comprising the departments of Foreign 
Affairs, Judicial Affairs, Economic Affairs, Social Affairs, Chief of Staff Section, 
External Security, and Religious Affairs. In 1968 Professor Haile became Ambas- 
sador 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, Organization of African Unity, 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 Organization of African 
Unity. Since making his home in the United States, he has been visiting lecturer at 
Haverford College and visiting associate professor of law at Villanova University 
School of Law. 




Malvina Halberstam (Guggenheim) 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1957, Brooklyn College; J.D., 1961, M.I.A., 1964, Columbia 
University. 

Professor Halberstam is a member of the original faculty of the Law School, having come to 
Cardozzo in 1976 together with Prof. 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 
Southern California (1972-73) and the University of Texas (Summer 1974). Before embark- 
ing on an academic career, she held a number of positions in the public and private sectors, 
including that of assistant district attorney in the Office of Frank S. Hogan (1963-70) and 
senior attorney for the National Legal Program on Health Problems of the Poor (1969-70). 
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 
reviews 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 Professors for Peace in the Middle East; and Continuing Seminar on Zionist 
Thought (Steering Committee). She has lectured and published on international law, 
human rights, women's rights, and criminal justice. She is presently working on a book 
(with Elizabeth Defeis) — Legal Rights of Women in the U.S.: International Agreements as 
an Alternative to the E.R.A.? 




Richard D. Friedman 

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

A magna cum laude graduate of both Har- 
vard College and Harvard Law School, 
Professor Friedman was awarded the Sears 
Prize for finishing first or second in his 
second year of law school. He served on 
the Harvard Law Review and as law clerk 
to Chief Judge Irving R. Kaufman, United 
States Court of Appeals for the Second 
Circuit. At Oxford, which he attended as a 
Marshall Scholar, his D.Phil, thesis was 
Charles Evans Hughes as Chief Justice, 
1930-1941. Prior to joining the faculty, he 
was associated with the firm of Paul, 
Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, 
New York City. His primary teaching and 
scholarly interests are in the areas of con- 
stitutional law, antitrust, evidence, and 
commodities law. 




Arthur J. Jacobson 

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



1974, 



Professor Jacobson was an associate with 
the firm of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & 
Hamilton, New York City, from 1975 to 
1977. He holds a Ph.D. in government, 
on the political philosophy of Hegel. His 
scholary work has focused on fiduciary 
obligation and the law of associations. 
Professor Jacobson's areas of teaching 
are civil procedure, jurisprudence, and 
corporate law. He served as associate 
dean of academic affairs during 1982-83. 




John L. Hanks 

Professor of Law. B.S., 1966, J.D., 1968, 
Rutgers University; M.A., LL.M., 1972, 
Columbia University. 

Professor Hanks began his teaching ca- 
reer as an associate in law at Columbia 
Law School (1968-72). Subsequently he 
was director of admissions (1971-73) 
and assistant professor of law (1972-74) 
at Rutgers University School of Law; 
and visiting assistant professor at Indi- 
ana University School of Law (1973-74). 
He was an associate professor of law at 
Cleveland State University during 
1975-76. While a student at Rutgers 
Law School, Professor Hanks was re- 
search editor of the Rutgers Law Re- 
view. He was appointed special master 
by United States District Court Judge 
Robert L. Carter in 1980 to implement a 
court decree ordering the City of New 
York to construct certain sewage treat- 
ment plants. He served as associate 
dean of academic affairs at Cardozo 
during 1981-82. 




Eva H. Hanks 

Professor of Law. Referendar, 1951, Freie Universitat Berlin, Faculty of 
Law; LL.B., 1960, University of California at Los Angeles; LL.M., 1962; 
J.S.D., 1969, Columbia University. 

Professor Hanks began her teaching career as an associate in law at 
Columbia University during 1960-62. 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 com- 
ments editor of the UCLA Law Review. She served as an elected mem- 
ber 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 academ- 
ic affairs at Cardozo from 1977 to 1981. 




James B. Lewis 

Visiting Professor of Law. LL.B., 
Catholic University of America. 



1940, 



Professor Lewis has been engaged in pri- 
vate 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 faculties of New York Universi- 
ty and Rutgers law schools. He has served 
on the legal staffs of the Treasury Depart- 
ment 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. 
He has been chairman of the Section of 
Taxation, American Bar Association. He is 
the author of The Estate Tax, now in its 
fourth edition, and of The Marital 
Deduction. 





Peter Lushing 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1962, LL.B., 1965, Columbia University. 

Professor Lushing has served in the Legal Aid Society as a trial 
attorney in the criminal division (1968-72), and in the New 
York County District Attorney's Office as the administrative 
assistant district attorney, and as chief of the appeals bureau 
(1974). He has also been an associate with a New York City law 
firm (1973-74), and individual practitioner specializing in ap- 
pellate litigation (1975-76). Professor Lushing was notes and 
comments editor of the Columbia Law Review, Kent Scholar in 
his first year, and twice a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He was 
law clerk to Judge Wilfred Feinberg of the United States Dis- 
trict Court for the Southern District of New York (1965) and 
the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit 
(1966-67). 



David Rudenstine 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1963, M.A.T., 1965, Yale University; J.D., 
1969, New York University. 

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



Richard M. Joel 

Associate Dean. B.A., 1972, J.D.. 1975, 
New York University. 

After graduting 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 Yeshi- 
va University as Director of Universi- 
ty Alumni Affairs. In 1980 he became 
assistant dean at Cardozo School of 
Law, and has been associate dean 
since 1982. In addition to his decanal 
duties. Dean Joel teaches professional 
responsibility and has taught legal 
writing and moot court. 



Monroe E. Price 




Professor of Law and Dean. 
1964, Yale University. 



B.A., 1960, LL.B., 



Dean Price graduated magna cum laude from 
Yale, where he was executive editor of the Yale 
Law Journal. He clerked for United States Su- 




preme Court Associate Justice 
Potter Stewart and was an assis- 
tant 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 Le- 
gal Services, was one of the 
founders of the Native Ameri- 
can Rights Fund, and is the au- 
thor of Law and the American 
Indian. In the field of communi- 
cations law, Dean Price was 
president of California's Foun- 
dation for Community Service 
Cable Television, deputy direc- 
tor of the Sloan Commission on 
Cable Communications, and is 
co-author of a treatise on cable 
television and 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, and the Fund for Modern 
Courts. He is a member of the 
Mayor's Committee on the Judi- 
ciary. Author of numerous 
scholarly law articles on com- 
munications policy. Native 
American land and water rights, 
copyright and the arts, and other 
fields, he was appointed dean of 
Cardozo in 1982. 



Steven S. Nemerson 

Associate Professor of Law and As- 
sociate Dean. B.A., 1968, Brooklyn 
College; Ph.D., 1973, City Universi- 
ty of New York; J.D., 1976, Colum- 
bia 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 B. Wein- 
stein. United States District Court, 
Eastern District of New York. Be- 
fore 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 crimi- 
nal law and philosophy of law. 




Leslie S. Newman 

Director of Legal Writing. B.A., 1975, 
Brown University; J.D., 1978, Boston 
University. 

Ms. Newman was 1985 Summer Insti- 
tute administrator at Cardozo. She 
worked for six years at Greater Boston 
Legal Services, first as a staff attorney 
and then managing attorney. 



Barry C. Scheck 

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 at Berkeley. 

After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from 
Yale and with honors from Universtiy of 
California Law School at Berkeley, Pro- 
fessor 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 Advo- 
cacy and Defense Council, and is co-au- 
thor of Raising and Litigating Claims of 
Electronic Surveillance. Professor Scheck 
is a member of the Committee on the 
Criminal Courts, Association of the Bar 
of the City of New York. 





Richard G. Singer 



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 Harri- 
son Winter, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. His varied profes- 
sional 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 of Rutgers-Camden 
and of 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 Correctional 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; 
Case, Materials, and Directions. His area of primary teaching interest include criminal 
law, correction law, and torts. He is an authority in the area of prisoners' rights, in 
which he has published extensively. 



Stewart E. Sterk 

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 Judge Charles D. Breitel 
of the New York Court of Appeals. 
While in law school. Professor Sterk 
was managing editor of the Columbia 
Law Review. He served as a visiting 
professor at Columbia Law School, 
Spring 1985. His primary areas of in- 
terest are conflict of laws, land use, 
and trusts and estates. 




Jonathan L.F. Silver 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1969, Yale Uni- 
versity; J.D., 1973, University of 
Pennsylvaina. 

Professor Silver received his law degree 
cum laude, was a member of the Order 
of the Coif, and received the Jefferson 
B. Fortham Award. He was chairman of 
the Prison Research Council, a student 
group aiding indigent prisoners. Fol- 
lowing graduation, Professor Silver 
was law clerk to Judge William H. Has- 
tie of the United States Court of Ap- 
peals 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 had done consulting work 
for the National Academy of Sciences. 
Professor Silver joined Cardozo's origi- 
nal faculty in 1976. 




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 law school, she did grad- 
uate 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 & Garrison, New York City, from 1979 to 
1983. She is a member of the New York City Bar 
Association Committee on Federal Courts. Her pri- 
mary scholarly interests are in the areas of proce- 
dure, federal courts, and conflict of laws. 




Paul M. Shupack 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1961, Columbia University; J.D., 1970, Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 

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 Prof. Soia Mentschikoff in a course in jurispru- 
dence. 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 Univer- 
sity 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 Associaton of the Bar of the City 
of New York, and now serves on the association's Committee on 
Uniform State Laws. 

Herbert Semmel 

Research Professor of Law and 
Director, Center for Law and 
Health. B.S., 1950, New York 
University; LL.B., 1953, Harvard 
University. 

Professor Semmel was director 
of the Health Law Project at the 
Center for Law and Social Policy 
1974-80 and was director of the 
center itself 1977-80. He was 
professor of law at the Unvier- 
sity of Illinois from 1965 to 1972 
and has also taught at the Uni- 
versity of California at Los An- 
geles and University of Texas. 
He is director of Cardozo's Cen- 
ter for Law and Health, chair of 
the Legal Action Committee of 
the American Public Health As- 
sociation, and has served on the 
District of Columbia Medicaid 
Advisory Committeee and State- 
wide Health Coordinating 
Council. He is author of Social 
Justice Through Law: New Ap- 
proaches in the Law of Civil 
Procedure. 





Lawrence A. Vogelman 

Assistant Director, Criminal 
Law Clinic, B.A., 1970, Brooklyn 
College; J.D., 1973, Brooklyn 
Law School 

Professor Vogelman was a mem- 
ber of the Brooklyn Law Review 
and editor of the Moot Court 
Honor Society. He worked for 
four years (1973-77) as a staff at- 
torney with the Legal Aid Soci- 
ety Criminal Defense Division 
and from 1977 to 1979 as asso- 
ciate appellate counsel with the 
Society's Appeals Bureau. He is a 
member of the faculty of the Na- 
tional Institute for Trial Advoca- 
cy; Tom C. Clark Institute of 
Trial Advocacy, Hofstra Univer- 
sity; Emory University Trial Ad- 
vocacy Program, and has been a 
frequent lecturer on various as- 
pects of the criminal justice sys- 
tem, particularly plea bargain- 
ing, sentence reform, and 
effective assistance of counsel. 





Telford Taylor 



Dr. Herman George and Kate Kaiser Professor of Constitutional Law. B.A., 1928, M.A., 1932, 
LL.D., 1949, Williams College; LL.B,, 1932, Harvard University. 

Professor Taylor's career in public service has been a long and distinguished one, beginning 
in 1933 when he served as assistant solicitor, U.S. Department of the Interior (1933-34); 
senior attorney, U.S. Department of Agriculture (1934-35); associate counsel. Senate Inter- 
state Commerce Commission (1935-39); special assistant to the Attorney General, U.S. 
Department of Justice (1939-40); and administrator, Small Defense Plants Administration 
(1951-52). He achieved international renown as chief U.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 educational television. Profes- 
sor 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 (1955), Courts of Terror (1976), and the acclaimed Munich: The Price of Peace 
(1979). A major legal figure of our era, he is a member of the American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. 




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 degree magna cum laude from 
Columbia University. He served as a 
law clerk to Chief Judge Irving R. 
Kaufman, United States Court of Ap- 
peals for the Second Circuit. Professor 
Yablon was an associate at Cravath, 
Swaine & Moore in New York City 
and then at Skadden Arps Slate 
Meagher & Flom, also in New York 
City. He is teaching at Cardozo in the 
areas of civil procedure and corporate 
law. 



Katherine VanWezel Stone 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1''70, Rad- 
cliffe College; J. D., 1979, Harvard University. 

Professor Stone has practiced, lectured, and 
written extensively in the field of labor law. 
She has practiced at the firms of Cohen, 
Weiss and Simon (1979-81) and Rabinowitz, 
Boudin, Standard, Krinsky & Lieberman 
(1981-84), both in New York City. She was a 
legislative assistant for the Oil, Chemical, 
and Atomic Workers International Union, 
Washington, D.C. (1970-72), a labor analyst 
for Urban Planning Aid, Cambridge, Mass 
(1973-74), and directed an unemployment 
compensation clinic, Somerville, Mass. (1974- 
76). She has also written several major articles 
in the field of labor history, and lectured on 
labor relations at Harvard University, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, and Bran- 
deis University (1972-77). Her most recent 
publications include "The Structure of Post- 
war Labor Relations," 11 Review of Law and 
Social Change 125 (1982-83), and "The Post- 
war Paradigm in American Labor Law," 90 
Yale Law Journal 1509 (June 1981). 




Edward A. Zelinsky 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1972, M.A., 
J.D., 1975, M. Phil., 1978, Yale University. 

Professor Zelinsky was an editor of the Yale 
Law Journal. He also served as a teaching 
fellow in the Yale University Department of 
Economics. Professor Zelinsky served as law 
clerk to Judge J. Joseph Smith of the United 
States Court of Appeals for the Second Cir- 
cuit in 1975-76, and was associated with the 
firm of Bergman, Horowitz, Reynolds, De- 
Sarbo and Mauceri in New Haven, Conn. He 
is on the Excecutive Committee, Tax Section, 
of the Connecticut Bar Association, and the 
Committee on Employee Benefits, Tax Sec- 
tion, of the American Bar Association, and is 
a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Professor Ze- 
linsky is serving his fifth terms as an alder- 
man of New Haven. 




Alan J. Weisbard 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1972, Harvard University; J.D., 1977, Yale 
University. 

Professor Weisbard joined the faculty in 1982 following service as assistant 
director for legal studies with the President's Commission for the Study of 
Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavorial Research in 
Washington, D.C. (1980-82). Prior to his term with the Commission, he was a 
National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow in Economics at Harvard (1972- 
74), law clerk to Judge Irving L. Goldberg of the United States Court of Appeals 
for the Fifth Circuit (1977-78), and a practitioner of nuclear energy law with the 
Washington law firm of Shaw, Pittman, Potts & Trowbridge (1978-80). Since 
coming to Cardozo, Professor Weisbard has written and spoken widely on 
biomedical ethics and law and participated in scholarly projects and colloquia 
with Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center; 
Hastings Center; New York Academy of Medicine, and numerous other 
groups. His principal areas of interest include legal and ethical issues in 
medicine and scientific research; legal issues affecting children and the elderly; 
torts; and professional responsibility. 

Richard H. Weisberg 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1965, Brandeis 
University; J.D., 1974, Columbia Universi- 
ty; Ph.D., 1970, Cornell University. 

Professor Weisberg, formerly on the grad- 
uate faculty of the University of Chicago 
in French and comparative literature 
(1971-75), has continued his work in liter- 
ary theory since joining the Cardozo facul- 
ty in 1977. He is the author of The Failure 
of the Word (Yale, 1984), and of articles in 
the field of law and literature. An editor of 
the Columbia Law Review, he has been 
associated with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & 
Hamilton, New York City. Professor 
Weisberg was a fellow of the National En- 
dowment for the Humanities (1972-73). He 
is an adviser on law-related education to 
the New York State Education Depart- 
ment, 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 Ameri- 
can Association of Law Schools. 





Harrison J. Goldin 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 
1957, Princeton University; LL.B., 
1961, Yale Unversity. 

Professor Goldin is Comptroller of 
the City of New York. From 1966 to 
1973, he served as a member of the 
New York State Senate. He was an 
associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell, 
New York City (1963-69), after 
spending two years as a trial lawyer 
in the U.S. Department of Justice. 
At Yale Law School he was awarded 
the Order of the Coif and served as 
articles editor of the Yale Law Jour- 
nal. Prior to that he spent a year as a 
Woodrow Wilson Fellow in the De- 
partment of Government at Harvard 
University, after his summa cum 
laude graduation from Princeton 
University. 



Martin P. Levin 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.S., 1946, 
Temple University; J.D., 1983, New 
York Law School. 

Counsel to Cowan, Leibowitz and 
Latman, Professor Levin served as 
president of the Book Group, Times 
Mirror Company, 1966-83, and is 
currently a consultant to the compa- 
ny. His prior publishing experience 
was with Grosset & Dunlap, 1950- 
66, where he reached the position of 
senior vice president and served on 
the Board of Directors. He is a for- 
mer chairman of the American As- 
sociation of Publishers, currently 
serves on a number of boards, and is 
a member of the Library of Con- 
gress Center for the Book Executive 
Committee, and core faculty of the 
Stanford University Publishing 
Institute. 



Michael S. Ross 

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

Professor Ross graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers University, where 
he won over 65 intercollegiate debate awards, and was note and comment 
editor of the New York University Review of Law and Social Change and a 
member of the International Moot Court Team of New York University 
Law School. Currently a partner in the firm of LaRossa, Cooper, Axenfeld, 
Mitchell and Mitchell, from 1974 to 1978 Professor Ross was an assistant 
district attorney in Kings County, and from 1978 through 1982 he was an 
Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York, 
Criminal Division. He is a member of the faculty of the National Institute 
of Trial Advocacy; United States Attorney General's Advocacy Institute; and 
other state-wide trial advocacy training programs. Professor Ross is a fre- 
quent lecturer on trial practice and criminal law at various legal continuing 
education programs and has published a number of articles on these sub- 
jects. He currently served as a member of the Association of the Bar of the 
City of New York's Committee on Criminal Advocacy. 



Randolph M. Scott-McLaughlin 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1975, Columbia Universi- 
ty; 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-McLaugh- 
lin 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 the National 
Anti-Klan Network. He has published a book entitled Racially 
Motivated Violence: Litigation Strategies. 





Jonathan A. Weiss 

Adjunct Profesor of Law. B.A., 1960, LL.B., 
1963, Yale University. 

Professor Weiss has been director of legal 
services for the elderly poor in New York 
City since 1969. Prior to that he served as 
managing attorney at two legal services 
offices and as an attorney at the Center on 
Social Policy and Law at Columbia Uni- 
versity. Professor Weiss is an honors 
graduate of Yale College, was elected to 
the Law Review at Chicago Law School, 
then graduated in the top 10% from Yale 
Law School, and spent a year as a Ful- 
bright Scholar in Italy. He has served as a 
consultant to numerous public interest 
and government organizations, including 
the Office of Economic Opportunity, Na- 
tional Institute for Mental Health of Chil- 
dren, and President's Commission on Civ- 
il Disorders. Professor Weiss has appeared 
as a guest speaker at many educational 
institutions and professional organiza- 
tions, and on several radio and television 
programs. He has published over 35 arti- 
cles and two books on law and 
philosophy. 




Leon Wildes 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1954, Ye- 
shiva Ur\iversity; J.D., 1957, LL.M., 1959, 
New York Ur\iversity. 

Ser\ior partner of Wildes & Weinberg, a 
leading New York City immigration law 
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 American Immigration Lawyers Associ- 
ation, and a member of its Board of Gover- 
nors. Having published and lectured exten- 
sively in his field. Professor Wildes 
inaugurated Cardozo's course on immigra- 
tion law. 



William A. Volckhausen 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A. 1959, 
Princeton University; M.A., 1963, Universi- 
ty of California at Berkeley; J.D., 1966, Har- 
vard Unversity. 

From 1966 to 1968, Professor Volckhausen 
served with the Asia Foundation as pro- 
gram officer for programs in legal develop- 
ment in Asia. He was staff and managing 
attorney for Mobilization for Youth Legal 
Services (1969-73). Until 1979 he worked for 
the New York State Banking Department, 
serving as deputy superintendent and gen- 
eral counsel to the department for the last 
three of those years. He was special counsel 
to Hughes, Hubbard and Reed before be- 
coming executive vice president, general 
counsel, and secretary to the Dime Savings 
Bank of New York, FSB, in 1981. 




Jeffrey A. Lowin 

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 Jour- 
nal on Legislation. He is a member 
of the firm of Guggenheimer & Un- 
termyer. New York City. His prac- 
tice encompasses estate taxation, 
planning, and administration, and 
he is the author of articles on the 
special problems of estate planning 
for art collectors. 



Thomas J. Aquilino, Jr. 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1962, 
Drew University; J.D., 1969, Rutgers 
Universtiy. 

Professor Aquilino also studied at 
Cornell University, University of Mu- 
nich, and Freie Universitat Berlin. 
From 1969 to 1971, he was a law clerk 
to Judge John M. Cannella of the 
United States District Court, Southern 
District of New York. Thereafter he 
was in private practice with the firm 
of Davis Polk & Wardwell until 1985; 
when he became one of the nine 
judges of the United States Court of 
International Trade. 

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 en- 
gineering at City College, completed two 
years of graduate work in engineering, 
and went on to earn his J.D. with honors 
at George Washington University, where 
he served as patent editor of The Law Re- 
view. He has held positions as Patent ex- 
aminer with the U.S. Patent and Trade- 
mark Office, patent attorney with Bell 
Laboratories, and was a member of the 
adjunct faculty at Seton Hall Law School 
(1977 to 1983). A member of the firm of 
Levisohn, Lerner, and Berger, he special- 
izes in patent, trademark, and copyright 
law. 

Jutta F. Bertman- 
Nothnagel 

Adjunct Assisant Professor of Law. 
Referendar, 1968, Assessor, 1972, Uni- 
versity of Wurzburg; LL.M., 1982, 
New York University 

Professor Bertram-Nothnagel has 
been educated in both the Roman and 
Common Law systems. During her 
clerkship at various judical and ad- 
ministrative agencies, she has also 
been an assistant in legal history and 
civil law to Professor Merzbacher at 
the University of Wurzburg. At Car- 
dozo she has coached students for the 
Philip C. Jessup International Moot 
Court Competition. She teaches spe- 
cial areas of international law. 

Daniel D. Brambilla 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1972, St. Peter's College; J.D., 
1977, Fordham University. 

Professor Brambilla is an associate at 
Proskauer, Rose, Goetz & Mendel- 
sohn, New York City, and a past 



member of the Copyright Committee 
of the Association of the Bar of the 
City of New York. 



Michael A. Cardozo 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A, 1963, 
Brown University; LL.B., 1966, Co- 
lumbia University. 

Professor Cardozo is a partner at Pros- 
kauer, Rose, Goetz , & Mendelsohn, 
New York City. He concentrates on 
civil litigation and in that capacity has 
represented the National Basketball 
Association in a variety of actions. He 
also served as counsel to the New 
York Rangers and the World Hockey 
Association. 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 for 
the Southern District of New York. 
Professor Cardozo is an honors gradu- 
ate of Columbia University Law 
School, where he was an editor of the 
Law Review. He is currently chairman 
of the New York State Joint Commit- 
tee on Judicial Administration and 
has been an active committee member 
of serveral bar associations, especially 
in the areas of judical administration 
and court reform. 



Katharine T. Cobb 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1973, Brown University; J.D., 
1976, University of Virginia. 

Since graduating from law school. 
Professor Cobb has worked exclusive- 
ly for the Office of the District Attor- 
ney, New York County, as an assis- 
tant district attorney. In September 
1982 she became deputy chief of the 
Special Projects Bureau. In April 1983 
she served as deputy chief of a trial 
bureau. In August 1984 she became 
acting bureau chief; and since March 
1985, Professor Cobb has been bureau 
chief. 



Harvey E. Corn 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Law. 
B;A., 1970, Alfred University; J.D., 
1973, Cronell University 

Professor Corn has been principal law 
clerk to Surrogate Marie M. Lambert, 
New York County, since 1978. Previ- 
ously associated with the firm of Katz, 
Shandell, Katz, Erasmous and Marie 



M. Lambert, he is currently a member 
of the Committee on Trusts, Estates 
and Surrogates' Courts, Association of 
the Bar of the City of New York. He 
lectures frequently to such groups as 
the New York County Lawyers Asso- 
ciation, New York State Trial Lawyers 
Association, and Pricticing Law 
Institute. 



Joe Tom Easley 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1963, Texas A & M University; 
J.D., 1971, University of Texas. 

Professor Easley practices law in New 
York City and is currently completing 
a graduate degree in epidemiology and 
public health at the Yale School of 
Medicine. He is a former law clerk to 
Chief Judge Baily Aldrich of the Unit- 
ed States Court of Appeals for the 
First Circuit. Professor Easley is a lec- 
turer for a national bar review course 
and is a member of the New York City 
and State bar associations. 



Daniel G. Fish 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1968, State University of Stony 
Brook; J.D., 1976, University of Texas. 

Professor Fish is the senior staff attor- 
ney with the Institute on Law and 
Rights of Older Adults, Hunter Col- 
lege Brookdale Center on Aging. He 
was a Reginald Heber Smith Fellow 
for two years and served with the Dal- 
las Legal Services Foundation. He has 
written extensively on topics involv- 
ing health care for the elderly. 



James H. Fogel 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1971, Harvard University; J.D., 
1975, Yale University. 

Professor Fogel joined the New York 
County District Attorney's Office as 
assistant district attorney in 1977 after 
two years with Nickerson, Kramer, 
Lowenstein, Nessen, Kamin & Soil. 
He is senior trial counsel, director of 
Trial Advocacy Program, and deputy 
chief. Major Offense/Career Criminal 
Bureau. 



Janice Goodman 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1957, University of Pennsylva- 
nia; J.D., 1971, New York Universtiy. 

Professor Goodman is a practicing at- 
torney in New York City, specializing 
in employment discrimination, liti- 
gaiton, and matrimonial matters. She 
has successfully litigated many large 
class action cases alleging sex-based 
discrimination, including the Wire 
Service Guild v. The Associated Press, 
Women's Commnittee for Equal Em- 
ployment Opportunity v. National 
Broadcasting Company, and Newman 
V. General Motors. In 1972-73 she was 
associated with the Center for Consti- 
tutional Rights in the areas of wom- 
en's rights and reproductive freedom. 
She was a founding partner of the first 
feminist law firm in New York City; 
Bellamy, Blank, Goodman, Ross and 
Stanley, and a founder of the Women 
and the Law Conference. She is pres- 
ently representing the 911 Operators 
of New York City in a suit demanding 
pay equity with Fire Alarm Dispatch- 
ers and is representing some of the 
class members in Berkman v. City of 
New York, a suit brought by female 
firefighters. 



John Hazard 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1930, 
Yale Univeristy; LL.B., 1934, Harvard 
University; Certificate, 1937, Moscow 
Juridical Institute; J.S.D., 1939, Uni- 
veristy of Chicago. LL.D., 1969, Uni- 
versity of Freiburg; 1970, Lehigh Uni- 
versity; 1975, University of Leiden; 
1977, University of Paris; 1979, Uni- 
veristy of Louvain. 

Professor Hazard was an associate at 
Baldwin Todd & Young in New York 
City, 1939-41; Foreign Economic Ad- 
ministrator, 1941-46; professor at Co- 
lumbia University, 1946-76; Nash 
Professor, 1976-77, and has been Nash 
Professor Emeritus at Columbia since 
1977. He is a member of the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences, the 
American Philosophical Society, and 
the International Academy of Com- 
parative Law. He is the author of Law 
& Social Change in the USSR, 1953; 
Settling Disputes in Soviet Society, 
1960; Communists & Their Law, 1969; 
and Managing Change in the USSR, 
1983. 



Seymour Hertz 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1954, 
LL.B., 1956, Columbia University. 

Professor Hertz was a Harlan Fiske 
Stone and James Kent Scholar at Co- 
lumbia Law School. He has been a 
partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, 
Wharton & Garrison since 1967, spe- 
cializing in corporate securities mat- 
ters and business combinations. He is 
a past member of the Securities Regu- 
lation Committee, Association of the 
Bar of the City of New York, and of 
the New York County Lawyers Asso- 
ciation; has participated in a number 
of PLI seminars dealing with securi- 
ties regulation and business combina- 
tions; and is the author of a chapter, 
"Corporate Action," in Business 
Combinations, published by PLI. 



Barry L. Katz 

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

A member of the firm of Shereff 
Friedman Hoffman &. Goodman, Pro- 
fessor Katz was formerly associated 
with the firm of Skadden Arps Slate 
Meagher & Flom and served as law 
clerk to Judge Robert W. Sweet of the 
United States District Court of the 
Southern District of New York. A cer- 
tified public accountant, he was an in- 
structor in financial accounting at 
Georgetown University. At law school 
he was editor of the Law Review. 

Robert M. Levy 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1971, Harvard University; J.D., 
1975, New York University. 

Professor Levy is a staff attorney for 
the New York Civil Liberties Union. 
He was the director of the NYCLU's 
mental disability law project and has 
litigated widely on behalf of mentally 
disabled persons in community and 
institutional settings. He is currently 
the NYCLU's chief counsel in the 
Willowbrook case. 



Lela Porter Love 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1973, Harvard University; 
M.Ed., 1975, Virginia Commonwealth 
University; J.D., 1979, Georgetown 
University. 

Professor Love earned her master's de- 
gree while serving in the Teachers 



Corps. As a member of George Wash- 
ington University's clinical law facul- 
ty, she organized and directed a Small 
Business Clinic. She has practiced as 
an arbitrator in New York City's Civil 
Court and as a mediator for the 
Brooklyn Mediation Center, in addi- 
tion to her private practice as an 
advocate. 

Edwin Earl McAmis 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1956, LL.B., 1959, Harvard 
University 

Professor McAmis has been a partner 
at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & 
Flom since 1977. He is currently a 
member of the board of directors of 
the Aston Magna Foundation for Mu- 
sic, Inc., and has been an active com- 
mittee member of several bar associa- 
tions in the areas of ethics and 
litigation. 

J. Ezra Merkin 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1976, Columbia University; J.D., 
1979, Harvard University. 

Professor Merkin graduated from 
Harvard cum laude. Foiling an associ- 
ation with the law firm of Milbank, 
Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, he joined 
Halcyon Investments, and investment 
management firm in New York City. 
He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Mark S. Nadel 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1978, Amherst College; J.D., 
1981, Harvard University. 

Professor Nadel is a research associate 
at the Columbia University Business 
School Research Program in Telecom- 
munications and Information Policy. 
His publications have focused on 
mass media law and economics, par- 
ticularly the First Amendment, cable 
television, and media ownership. 

Mitchell J. Nelson 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1970, Brandeis University; J.D., 
1973, University of Chicago. 

Professor Nelson graduated magna 
cum laude. Phi Beta Kappa, with hon- 
ors in philosophy from Brandeis. On 
graduation from law school, he joined 
the firm of Wien, Malkin & Bettex, 
New York City, becoming a member 
in 1979. He is currently a director of 
the Citizens Housing and Planning 



Council, the 92nd Street Y; and a 
member of: the Real Estate Board of 
New York Legal Committee; City Bar 
Association Committee on Housing 
and Urban Development; and Adviso- 
ry Board, Security Title and Guaranty 
Co. 



Dennis Rapps 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1964, 
M.A., 1967, Brooklyn College; J.D., 
1971, New York University. 

Professor Rapps is currently executive 
director of the National Jewish Com- 
mission on Law and Public Affairs 
(COLPA), a voluntary association of 
attorneys seeking to facilitate the rea- 
sonable accommodations of religious 
needs when those needs conflict with 
standard societal practices. 



Martin David Schechter 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1955, Brooklyn College; LL.B., 
1957, New York University. 

Professor Schechter is an active prac- 
titioner specializing in all aspects of 
real estate law in the metropolitan 
New York area and throughout the 
country. He has had substantial expe- 
rience in the field, and has written and 
lectured on his practical approach to 
solving problems relating to real es- 
tate transactions. He has been a mem- 
ber of the firm of Brodsky, Linett, Alt- 
man, Schechter & Reicher since 1972. 



Ivan S. Schneider 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1951, Brooklyn College; LL.B., 
1954, Brooklyn Law School. 

Professor Schneider entered private 
practice immediately upon graduating 
from Brooklyn Law School and is cur- 
rently a partner in the firm of 
Schneider, Kleinick & Weitz in New 
York City. He is the author of numer- 
ous articles for Trial Lawyers Quarter- 
ly concerning medical malpractice 
and cross-examination of expert wit- 



nesses. He is a member of the Trial 
Lawyers of America; the board of di- 
rectors. New York State Trial Lawyers 
Association; tort litigation committee. 
Association of the Bar of the City of 
New York; and charter member of the 
New York Chapter, American Board 
of Trial Advocates. 



Steven L. Schwarcz 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.S., 1971, 
New York University; J.D., 1974, Co- 
lumbia University. 

After receiving his bachelor's degree 
summa cum laude in aeronautical en- 
gineering (graduating first in his 
class). Professor Schwarcz entered law 
school, where he was a teaching fellow 
in property law and served on the Leg- 
islative Drafting Research Fund, 
working on projects concerned with 
regulating the automobile's effect on 
the environment and financial protec- 
tion for catastrophic nuclear liability. 
He has worked at Shearman & Ster- 
ling since graduating from law school, 
and was elected a partner in 1982. He 
concentrates on international corpo- 
rate finance with an emphasis on cor- 
porate reorganization of troubled 
companies. Professor Schwarcz also 
has maintained his interest in science, 
serving on the City Bar Association's 
Special Committee on Science and 
Law. He has been active for some 
years as counsel for the historic pres- 
ervation of the national landmark El- 
dridge Street Synagogue. 



Jonathan L. Sulds 

Adjunct Associate Prbfessor of Law. 
B.A., M.A., 1971, Colgate University; 
J.D., 1974, Harvard University. 

Professor Sulds ia a member of the 
firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, 
where he specializes in labor and em- 
ployment law. He is a Phi Beta Kappa 
magna cum laude graduate of Colgate 
University and cum laude graduate of 
Harvard Law School, where he was 
articles editor of the Harvard Civil 
Rights/Civil Liberties Law Review. 
He is a member of the Labor and Em- 
ployment Law Committee, Associa- 
tion of the Bar of the City of New 
York. 



William Valletta 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.S.F.S., 1970, Georgetown University; 
J.D., 1975, University of Connecticut; 
M.S.U.P., 1980, Columbia University. 

Professor Valletta was an assistant at- 
torney general for the State of Con- 
necticut, doing Social Services Depart- 
ment litigation, when he became 
interested in local zoning and land use 
regulation. He came to New York to 
earn a master's degree in urban plan- 
ning, and worked as a planner for the 
Tri-State Regional Planning Commis- 
sion and the New York City Depart- 
ment of Ports and Terminals. Since 
1981 he has been counsel to the New 
York City Board of Standards and 
Appeals. 






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HASHEM 

GRANT YOU MUCH 
SUCCESS 

- Mom and Dad 



The fruits of your labor are 

now apparent. Enjoy them 

in 

your bright future. 

- Doris and Hy Bernfeld 



Compliments of 



Grace and Eugene Gold 



IN HONOR OF 

Karen Feiwus 

Graduating 

Cardozo - Ada and 

Jack Feiwus 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
LAURIE EPSTEIN 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Amy, Wendy, 

Tom 
and Loving Husband Jon 



MAZEL-TOV 



Elsie L. Adler 



TO DAVID ALLEN KIRSCH 

BEST WISHES FOR A 

SUCCESSFUL 

AND HAPPY LIFE. 

Aunt Sonia, Uncle Sidney and Sharon 



Dear David, 

CONTINUED GOOD LUCK 
AND SUCCESS. 

We are very proud of you and 
love you so very much. 

Forever- Mom, Dad and The 
Kirsch Clan 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1986! 

From 

TROY 
DAMIAN 

& 
KRISTINA 



Dear Doo-Doo, 

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF 

YOU. 
WE LOVE YOU VERY MUCH 

Always, Bonnie and Elie 



HOWARD SILFIN, P.E. 

CONSULTING BNGINKER 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO 
RACHELLE ROSENBERG 

- Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

MATTHEW AND THE 

CLASS OF '86 

THE GREENBERG FAMILY 

JACK, ROSLYN, DAVID 

AND ELLA 



BEST WISHES 

The Maidman Family 




Dear David, 

All the best 
to you always. 

I love you. 

Grandma Kirsch 



Mazal Tov to Ilene 

Strumeyer 

and The Class of 

1986 



We wish you a bright and 

happy future. 

We love you - 

Mom, Dad & Grandma 



MAZEL TOV 
Allen G. Kadish 



Mom - Dad - Ephraem - 
Sharon - Aziza 



Mazel Tov 

and love to 

Judith Dolinsky 

Israeli 

Mom, Dad, Doni, Grandma, 

Phil, Robin and 

all the family 



COMPLIMENTS 



Louise and Fred Feldman 



ALWAYS DO RIGHT; THIS WILL GRATIFY SOME PEOPLE 
AND ASTONISH THE REST." 



Mark Twain 



Congratulations to the Class of 1986 



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LEGAL EDUCATIONAL CENTERS, INC. 



Congratulations to our daughter 

Michele Kunowitz and Best Wishes 

for a successful future. 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Grandma 



SERVE WITH 

WISDOM 

• 

DEVOTION 
HONOR 

The Best to All of You 
Leo Edbril 



CONGRATULATIONS 



to 



MELINDA G. GORDON 

and 

THE CLASS OF 1986 

UPON THEIR 

GRADUATION 

AND 

THEIR PURSUIT OF 

JUSTICE FOR ALL. 

The Gordon Family 



Congratulations to 
The Class of '86 

The Scher Family 



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Dear Michele, 

Congratulations! Mazel Tov!! You Are 

One of the Best and You Always Will Be. 

Thanks for the Memories. 

Love, Ron 

P.S. Congratulations to the Entire Class of '86 




1985 - 86 Student Bar Association 






Acknowledgements , ^ , , r .u 

Thanks to all the good people on the Tenth and Fourth 
floors the Cardozo Law Forum, and the Cardozo Student Bar 
Association. Special thanks to Anita Grosz for her tireless 
patience, David Mendelsohn for coming through when it all 
looked hopeless, and Elana Gershen for her moral support. 
The editorial staff also thanks the Dixie Brewing Company 
for continuing to brew it fine and light. 



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Specifications , r^ i • n u 

142 pages; 225 copies; type style: Palatino and Palatino Bold. 
Res Nova is published by the Cardozo Student Bar Associa- 
tion 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Printed by Jos- 
ten's Printing and Publishing Division, P.O. Box 297, State 
College Pennsylvania 16804-0297. The official photographer 
for ResNova is Lifetouch Senior Portraits, 601 Ontario Drive, 
Muncie, Indiana 47302. 

© 1986 by The Cardozo Student Bar Association ' •*•»-- 



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