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CARDGZO 
SCHOOL OF LAW 

MAY 111989 
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1987 




Contents 




Campus Life 




Page 26 


3L's 




Page 38 


1 and 2L's 




Page 72 


Faculty 




Page 84 


Organizations 




Page 102 


Sponsorship 




Page 136 



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10th Anniversary 

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Office of the President 




MESSAGE TO STUDENTS OF CARDOZO 1 987 



Dear Graduates; 



The class of 1987 receives its diplomas from the Benjamin N. 
Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, at the end of the 
eleventh year in the life of this institution. The past decade 
has 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. We 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 responsibilities 
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 
v/hich will have been enhanced immeasureably by your studies 
at Cardozo. 



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NORMAN LAMM 

President, Yeshiva University 



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 
aspirations of a class. This classbook is a lovely reminder 
of the eleven 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 maturing 
of many scholarly and educational trends, the publication of 
important issues of the Cardozo Law Review, the Arts & 
Entertainment Law Journal and the Women's Annotated Legal 
Bibliography. The students 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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ADRS 


Alternative Dispute Resolution Seminar 


AE 


Appellate 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 Law Moot Court Competition 


ELS 


Envionmental 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 


International 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 (Law Revue) 


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 




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GARY S. ADWAR 
Merrick, New York 
B.A. University of Miami 
RELS 



BARBARA ALBOM 
Manhasset Hills, New York 
B.S. Univ. of Pennsylvania 
Basketball 







DEBORAH S. ARNOWITZ 

Great Neck, New York 

B.A., M.A. Univ. of Pittsburgh 

ALEX; BELKIN; Advocacy Ed., MOOT; 

SEA; Hon. Mention (Best Brief), 

PAULSEN 



SHARON ASHLEY 
Hartsdale, New York 
B.A. Johns Hopkins University 
Articles Ed., AELJ 



DAVID CHARLES ATIK 
New York, New York 
B.A. Columbia College, 
M.P.A. Columbia University 
ASILS-ILJ; ILS; SI 






ELISE K. BADER 
Scarsdale, New York 
B.S. Ithica College 
Managing Ed., AELJ 



ALAN S. BARAL 
New York, New York 
B.A. Beaver College 
LR; ALEX; BELKIN 



LEWIS AVERY BARTELL 

Brooklyn, New York 

B.S. Massachusetts College of 

Pharmacy 

President, Vice President, SBA; Bet 

Tzedek; PAD 




MICHELE B. BENOWITZ 
Coram, New York 
B.S. Univ. of Pennsylvania 
Research Ed., Notes and Comments 
Ed., AELJ 







GERSHON BERGWERK 
Forest Hills, New York 
B.S. Queens College 



MARIA ANGELA BERNABE 
Yonkers, New York 
B.S. College of New Rochelle 
BALLSA; ADRC 



LISA A. BERNARD 

Leawood, Kansas 

B.A. Stanford University 

MOOT; LLMOOT; Bet Tzedek; 

ITAP 






DAVID J. BIEHL 
New Rochelle, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 
LR 



NAOMI B. BLANK 
Mt. Vernon, New York 
B.A. Union College 
Competitions Ed., MOOT; AE; 
AELS 



RICHARD LAWRENCE BLATT 
New York, New York 
B.A. Duke University 
TC; Basketball; RELS 






BRIAN BLOCK 
Carmel, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Pennsylvania 
Bet Tzedek; Musical 



MARK H. BLUVER 

New York, New York 

B.A. George Washington Univ. 

LR; CLC; AC; Best Oralist, National 

Trial Competition 



JONATHAN FRAZER BOURNE 
Millburn, New Jersey 
B.A. University of Vermont 
BELKIN; Managing Ed., MOOT; 
ITAP 






DAVID S. BREGER 
Forest Hills, New York 
B.A. New York University 
LR 



JODI BRIER 

Old Bridge, New Jersey 

B.A. Rutgers University 

RELS 



JAY B. BRODSKY 
New York, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
MOOT; CLC; ITAP 




JEFFREY H. BROWN 
Birmingham, Michigan 
B.G.S. University of Michigan 






BRUCE D. BEUECHLER 
Rahway, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers College 
LR; PPP 



ALAN BURKHOLZ 
Marlboro, New Jersey 
B.A. Muhlenberg College 
AELS; Musical 




JOLIE BUSCH 

Great Neck, New York 

B.A. Boston University 





ANTONIO CAROZZA 
Long Branch, New Jersey 
B.A. University of Maryland 



WAYNE I. CHRISTIE 

Hazlet, New Jersey 

B.S. New York University 

TC; NYRELR; AELS; RELS; TLS 




VINCENT A. CIAMPI 
Yonkers, New York 
B.A. Fordham University 




DENA COHEN 
Jericho, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
Senior Ed., LR; ALEX 





SCOTT S. COHEN 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
B.S. New York University 
Treasurer, Law Forum; RELS; Trea- 
surer, AELS 



PHYLLIS F. COHEN 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
RELS 






BEVERLY COHN 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
WALB; ITAP 



BARBARA J. COMLY 

New York, New York 
B.S. Wagner College, 
M.A. New York University 
LR; ALEX 



ROBER J. CYRULI 
Teaneck, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers University 
AELS 






JAYNE A. CZIK 

Islip, New York 

B.A. New York University 

ILS; ASILS-ILJ 



SUSAN STEIN DANOFF 
New York, New York 
B.A. Fordham University 
BELKIN; MC; ITAP 



PETER S. DELMAN 
Jackson Heights, New York 
B.A. Emory University 
RELS; NYRELR 






PAUL A. DICKMAN 
New York, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Buffalo 
AELS 



JANE S. EARLE 
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York 
B.A. Vassar College 
MC 



DIANE EDBRIL 

New York, New York 

B.A. SUNY at Albany 

ALEX; Editor, MOOT; BELKIN; 

NLG 






KAREN EHRLICH 

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



JOAN F. EHRLICH-WHITE 
New York, New York 
B.A. Northwestern University 
CLC 



BONNIE LEE EIDMAN 
Englewood, New Jersey 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
CLC; BELKIN 




SUSAN R. EISNER 
New York, New York 
B.S. SUNY at Binghamton 






SHERRY R. ENGELSTAD 
Skokie, Illinois 
B.S. University of Colorado 
PPP; ITAP; SBA; AELS; SI 



ALAN HOWARD FEIN 
Riverdale, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
TC 




SAMUEL FELDMAN 
Riverdale, New York 
B.M., M.Mus. Manhattan School 
of Music 

National Ed., MOOT; ITAP; Best 
Oralist, Entertainment/Communi- 
cations Comp. 






MARLA FIGMAN 
North Woodmere, New York 
B.A. Brandeis University 
SBA; AELS 



STEPHEN J. FINFER 
Dix Hills, New York 
B.A. Brandeis University 
AELJ 



DEBI E. FOGEL 

New York, New York 

B.A. Queens College 

Bet Tzedek; Law Forum; 

Musical 



PAD; 





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






ALAN FUTERFAS 

Miami, Florida 

B.M. The Juilliard School 



EDITH M. FUTERFAS 
Bay Shore, New York 
B.M. The Juilliard School; 
A.A.S. Fashion Institute of 
Technology 
MOOT; TC 



STEVEN J. GABA 

New York, New York 

A.A. Nassau Community College; 

B.A. New York University 

Editor-in-Chief, MOOT; Teaching 

Asst., MOOT 






JUDITH ILANA GOLDBERG 
Fairlawn, New Jersey 
B.A. John Hopkins University 
ITAP; PAD; RA 



EVA J. GOLDENBERG 
B.A. University of Chicago 
Senior Notes and Comments Ed., 
AELJ; Summer Clerk 



ELLEN J. GOLDFINGER 
Verona, New Jersey 
B.S. Boston University, 
M.A. Columbia University 
Paulsen Ed., MOOT 






DEBRA S. GOODMAN 
Philadelphia, P.A. 
B.A. George Washington Univ. 
ITAP; SI 



DANA GORDON 

Fairfield, Connecticut 

B.A. University of Maryland 

Managing Ed., ASILS-ILJ; ILS; 

AELS; Associate Ed., Law Forum 



ANNETTE GORSKY 
New Rochelle, New York 
B.A. Barnard College 
AE; MOOT; Nat'l Jewish LR 






RACHEL GRAN 



DANA LYNN GREEN 
Fort Lee, New Jersey 
B.A. Goucher College 
Bet Tzedek; ITAP; RELS 



JEFFREY ALAN GREENBERG 
Manchester, Connecticut 
B.A. Tufts University 
LR 






JOSEPH GREENBLATT 

Forest Hills, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 



JONATHAN J. GREYSTONE 
Los Angeles, California 
B.A. University of Manitoba; 
M.A. The American University 



JOSEPH GROB 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
PAD; SBA; AE: ITAP 





DAVID A. GROSS 
Long Beach, New York 
B.A. New York University 
Vice Chairman, RELS 



CHERYL GROSS 

Teaneck, New Jersey 

B.A. Queens College 

BELKIN; Associate Ed., AELJ; ALEX 






ANITA GROSZ 

Indiana 

B.A Indianan University 

School of Ihe Art 

Institirte of Chicago 

ALEX MOOT MC SBA, Tr< 

Editor-in-Chief, Law Forum; ALLS 




ERIC J. GRUBER 
Roslyn, New York 
B.A. Boston University 
RELS: Supervising Ed., LR 



JANICE B. GRUBIN 

Jericho, New York 

B.A. Reed College 

Managing Ed., ASILS-ILJ; ALEX; 

ALLS 



ELYSE A. GUNTER 

New York, New York 

B.A. Yale College 

Chairman, AELS; AC; BELKIN 






MARK ALAN GUTERMAN 
Commack, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 
First Year Ed., MOOT 



SANFORD HAUSLER 
A.B. Columbia University 
Senior Ed., LR; Associate Ed., NJLR; 
ALEX; BELKIN 



ERIC DANIEL HERSCHMANN 
Miami Beach, Florida 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
Ed., ASILS-ILJ; MOOT; ITAP; Fi- 
nalist, JESSUP 




SUSAN J. HERSHBERG 
Port Jefferson, New York 
B.A. Boston University 





MARK H. HERSKOVITZ 

Beverly Hills, California 

B.A. UCLA 

Notes and Comments Ed., ASILS-ILJ; 

SBA; AC; LEHMANN; Law Forum; Res 

Nova 



WILLIAM M. HOCH 

White Plains, New York 

B.A. Franklin & Marshall College 

SBA 





MIRIAM H. HOLMES 
New York, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
Executive Ed., MOOT 






JERALD HOROWITZ 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brandeis University 
First Year Ed., MOOT 



STUART I. JACOBS 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. Brooklyn College 
BELKIN 



MARK H. JAFFE 
New Brunswick, N.J. 
B.A. Rutgers College; 
M.A. Rutgers University 






MYLES HARLOW KAHN 
Rockaway, New Jersey 
B.A. Muhlenberg College 



IRA SOLOMON KATZ 
Queens, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
TC; RELS 



WENDY B. KAUFMAN 
Merrick, New York 
B.S. Syracuse University 
Editor-in-Chief, AELJ; AELS; ITAP 





MONA SHAMES KAVOWRAS 
New York, New York 
B.A. City College 






MARC D. KEMP 
Massapequa Park, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Binghamton 
ITAP; ASILS-ILJ; LAS 



ALLEN A, KOLBER 

Queens, New York 

B.A. SUNY at Stony Brook 

BELKIN 



DONNA STRICOT KRAMER 

New York, New York 
B.S. Northwestern University, 
M.S. Colunnbia University 
Articles Ed., AELJ; ITAP 






ANDREW L. KRAMER 
Cilfton, New Jersey 
A.B. Cornell University 
President, RELS; ALEX; BELKIN; 
Associate Ed., AELJ 



JEFFREY M. KRAMER 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A., C.S. Yeshiva University 
MOOT; ITAP 



JONATHAN KUKIN 
Forest Hills, New York 
B.S. Adelphi University 
TC 






ROBIN KWALBRUN 
Queens, New York 
B.A. Queens College 



IAN LANDOW 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
SLS 



DAYNA K. LANGFAN 
New York, New York 
B.A. University of Chicago 
AELJ 






TERRY LAPIDUS 
Bellmore, New York 
B.A. University of Vermont 
Symposium Ed. /Notes and Com- 
ments Ed., ASILS-ILJ; ILS; BELKIN 



NATASHA SIDNEY LAPINER 
New York, New York 
B.A. New York University 
CLC; Evidence Team, MOOT 



ALAN A. LENOBLE 
New York, New York 
B.S. New York University 






GAIL LEVINE-RUBEL 
Hewlett, New York 
B.A. George Washington Univ. 
TC; ITAP 



PATRICIA LEWIS 
Schenectady, New York 
B.A. Simmons College 
AELJ 



LYNNE E. LITT 

New York, New York 

B.A. University of Michigan 

BELKIN 






ANDREA LOVETT 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 



ANN P. LUONGO 
Bronx, New York 
B.A. lona College 



ALEENA MAHER 
Great Neck, New York 
B.A. Rutgers College 
AC; AELS 






RANDA DEA MAHER 
Great Neck, New York 
B.A. Rutgers College; 
M.A. New York University 
PAD: ILS; Dance 



BETH MANGEL 

Short Hills, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers University 
PAD 



LINDA G. MARCH 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
TC; MOOT; RELS; Ed., RELR 





STEVEN JAY MASEF 
New York, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
ELS; SI; SBA 





RICHARD M. McGLYNN 

Bronx, New York 

B.A. Columbia University 



DOUGLAS E. MEADOW 

Rye, New York 

B.G.S. University of Michigan 




DENIS E. METS 

Forest Hills, New York 

B.A. C.W. Post, 

M.A. Univ. of Pennsylvania, 

M.S. SUNY at Maritiau 

Research Ed., ASILS-ILJ; ITAP; 59 

President, ILS 






LEONARD MILES 
New York, New York 
A.B. Columbia University 
LR 



THOMAS A. MOORE 

Great Neck, New York 

B.M., B.M.E. Berklee College of 

Music 

CLC; NLG 



YORAM NACHIMOUSKY 





RONALD STEVEN NIR 
North Woodmere, New York 
B.A. Boston University 
CLC; Graduation Committee Chair- 
man, SBA; Treasurer, PAD 




RICHARD E. NOVAK 

Bronxville, New York 

B.S. Union College 

Notes and Comments Ed., AELJ 



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WESLEY M. ODELL 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
B.A. Clark University 
ADRS 




ELIZABETH BARUCHA OKIN 
New York, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Pennsylvania 
Managing Ed., WALB; ITAP 






DARA L. ONOFRIO 

West Haven, Connecticut 

B.S. Southern Connecticut State 

University 



ELIZABETH SARA OSTROW 
New York, New York 
U.C.-Berkeley, B.A. N.Y.U. 
MOOT; NMOOT; CLC; CAC; Run- 
ner Up Best Oralist, PAULSEN 



DEBRA P. PARIS 
New York, New York 
B.A. Barnard College 






LLOYD PARODNECK 
Bronxville, New York 
B.A. Wesleyan 
MOOT; AELS 



TODD A. PECHTER 
New York, New York 
B.A. Lafayette College 
ALEX; AELJ 



NORTON PINZER 

New York, New York 

B.S. City Univ. of New York 






STEVEN L. RAYMAN 
Los Angeles, California 
A.B. Occidental College 



ROBERT J. CARL REDIKER 
New York, New York 
B.A. Emory University 
RELS; TC 



LESLIE K. REIDER 
New York, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Pennsylvania 
LR 






BRUCE M. REIDER 

New York, New York 

B.A. The American University 

AELJ; ITAP 



CHERYL L. RIESS 

New York, New York 

B.A. Hunter College; 

M.D. Johns Hopkins University 



CAROLYN R. ROITER 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
RELS 






RICHARD ROMERO- 

OSTOLAZA 

White Plains, New York 

B.A. Columbia University 

Co-President, BALLSA; Bet Tzedek 



ANNE ROSEN 
New York, New York 
B.A. Columbia University 
MOOT: Finalist, PAULSEN 



BRUCE S. ROSENBERG 

New York, New York 

B.A. Columbia University; B.A. 

Jewish Theological Seminary RELS 






DENISE L. SAVAGE 
Clifton Park, New York 
B.A. New York University 
MOOT; Ed., ASILS-ILJ; JESSUP; 
BELKIN; ILS 



JORDAN SCHIFF 
Forest Hills, New York 
B.A. University of Michigan 
ITAP 



ELIZABETH A. SCHIFF 
Detroit, Michigan 
B.A. UCLA 
Musical 




MICHAEL A. SCHLOSS 
Beverly Hills, California 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
MOOT; CrMOOT 



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ROBIN BETH SCHOENFELD 


JENNIFER ANN SCHUB 


YISROEL SCHULMAN 


Dix Hills, New York 


New York, New York 


Sunrise, Florida 


B.A. Boston University 


B.A. UC at Berkeley 


B.A. Emory 




MOOT; NMOOT; CLC 


Bet Tzedek; LAS 




JEFFREY T. SCHWARTZ 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
ITAP; Basketball; JLS; HLS; SLS 





JAMIE SCHWARTZ 

Ardsley, New York 

B.A. University of Maryland 

Basketball 



ERIC S. SHERBY 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

B.A. Columbia University, B.A. 

J.T.S. 

LR; Ed., ASILS-ILJ; SBA; LEH- 

MANN; ILS 






DIANE H. SHERIDAN 
Elmwood Park, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers NCAS 
RELS; ASEP 



PAMELA L. SHERMAN 
Staten Island, New York. 
B.A. iVnerican University 
Teams Ed./Executive Bd., MOOT; Best Ora- 
lis!, Advocacy Comp, Const. Law Comp.; Vice 
Chairman, AELS, BELKIN; SL ITAP 



GREGORY SICHENZIA 

New York, New York 

B.S. The American University 

Notes and Comments Ed., AELJ 





MARTA SAFAR SIEGAL 

Kings Point, New York 

B.A. Queens College, 

M.A. University of Minnesota 

MOOT 






DEBRA LYNN SIEGAL 

Forest Hills, New York 

B.A. Queens College 

Senior Notes Ed., ASILS-ILJ; AC; 

CLC 



LAURA M. SILLINS 

New York, New York 

B.A. Boston University 

Best Oralist, PAULSEN; MOOT; 

NMOOT; Co-Chairman, BCLS 



NANCY SILVER 
Princeton, New Jersey 
B.A. Mount Holyoke College 
PAD 






DAVID I. SINGER 
Ardsley, New York 
B.A. Syracuse University 
MOOT 



PETER L. SKOLNIK 
New York, New York 
B.A. Harvard University, 
M.F.A. Columbia University 
AC 



JOEL SLAWOTSKY 
Bronx, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
NYSBA; ILS; PAD 






S. STEWART SMITH 
New Britain, Connecticut 
B.F.A. Emerson College 
ADRC; AELS; NLG 



MARK J. SPECINER 
East Northport, New York 
B.S. Tulane University 
AELS; BELKIN; Musical 



LISA ELLEN SPEISER 
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 
B.A. University of Vermont 






DAVID JAY SPERN 
Bronx, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
LEHMANN 



ADAM R. SPILKA 
Fort Dodge, Iowa 
A.R. Columbia College 
Senior Ed., LR; BURNS 



JEFFREY S. STEINBERG 
New York, New York 
B.S.E.E. Union College 





NORMAN STERNLICHT 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. Brooklyn College 
TC; Basketball 



BENNET SUSSER 
Forest Hills, New York 
B.B.A. Baruch College 
Managing Ed., AELJ; PAD; 
ITAP 



TC; 





ROSANNE UNDERWEISER 

Scarsdale, New York 
A.B. Vassar College 
BCLS; BELKIN 



JOSEPH M. VANN 
Cross Traveler, N.Y./NJ. 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
AELJ; ALEX; MOOT; JESSUP; Win- 
ner, Advocacy Competition 





STEPHEN A. VERP 

Paterson, New Jersey 

B.A. Union College 

President, RELS; Basketball; ASILS- 

ILJ 



LAUREN J. WALTER 
Roslyn Heights, New York 
B.A. SUNY at Albany 




ALEXANDRA VIERA TSEITLIN 

Kiev, U.S.S.R. 

B.A. Barnard College 

AC 




OLE VARMER 
Washington, D.C. 
B.S. Columbia Union College 
Editor-in-Chief, ASILS-ILJ 




PETER ALLEN WEINMANN 
Buffalo, New York 
B.A. Case Western Reserve Univ. 
Notes and Comments Ed., AELJ; 
Treasurer, ILS; ITAP 






ELICIA WEINSTEIN 
Garden City, New York 



NOEL L.C. WILLIAMS 

Queens, New York 

B.A. City College of New York 

President, BALLSA; TC; MC; SBA; 

TLS 



ALLISON ROYCE WINTERS 
Stamford, Connecticut 
B.B.A. Emory University 
Chairperson, RELS; Ed., NYRELR 






SUSAN KRISTEN WOLTERBEEK 
Cobble Hill, New York 
B.A. Hamilton College 
BELKIN; Notes and Comments Ed., 
AELJ; AC 



JUDY M. YELLIN 

Lawrence, New York 

B.A. Barnard College 

Entertainment/Communications 

Ed., MOOT; SI; ITAP; Advocacy Comp. 



SHARON YOUDELMAN 
New York, New York 
B.A. William Smith College; 
M.Ed. Antioch Graduate School 
Managing Editor, LR 






RICHARD SCOTT 

BLACKSTONE 

B.A. Rutgers University 




CHERYL BRANDES 
B.A. Rutgers University 
M.S. Columbia University 




SUSAN DEBORAH GOLDEN 
B.A. Union College 




JEFFREY WILLIAM RABIN 
B.A. University of Florida 




HANALIE WARANCH 
Maplewood, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers University 
AC; Law Forum 




TODD ALAN ZUCKERBROD 
B.A. SUNY-Binghamton 




HOWARD AARON LAZARUS 
St. Paul, Minnesota 
B.A. Washington University 
AELJ; TC; PAD; SI; Musical 




JAHANYAR ALLEN ASSADI 
B.A. University of Chicago 

ANDREA RACHEL BECK 
B.A. University of Michigan 

LAURENCE JAY BECK 

NELSON JOHN BOGART 
B.G.S. University of Michigan 

DEBORAH BERNA FINEMAN BOZIK 
B.S. Rutgers University 

ALENE BRICKEN 
B.A. Smith College 

NICHOLAS THEODORE CANOSA 
B.S. New York University 

PETER MILES CHESTER 
B.A. Sarah Lawrence College 

AMY ELLEN COHEN 
B.S. Cornell University 

ANNE COHEN 

B.A. New York University 

IRVING COHEN 

B.A. Brandeis University 

DONNA J. COSTA 
B.A. Tufts University 

CAREN S. DANIELS 
B.A. SUNY - Stony Brook 

RONI DERSOVITZ 

B.A. University of Chicago 

JOEL CHARLES EPSTEIN 
B.A. University of Michigan 

STACY HOPE PASS 
B.A. Rutgers University 

AMY SUSAN BERNSTEIN 
B.A. SUNY - Binghamton 

KATHLEEN JOAN CAHILL 
B.A. Marymount College 

AMY KOHN DAMEN 
B.A. Wheaton College 
M.B.A. Babson College 

LANCE MEREDITH FRANK 
B.S. Boston University 

DEBBIE E. KAMINER FURST 
B.A. CUNY - Brooklyn 
M.A. New York University 

LAWRENCE RICHARD KULAK 
B.A. SUNY - Binghamton 



DANA LYNN RUBENSTEIN 
B.A. Syracuse University 

MICHAEL SLIFKA 
B.A. Dartmouth College 

DAVID JEFFREY ZARFES 
B.A. University of Chicago 

GLENN ROBERT ABOLAFIA 
B.A. SUNY - College at Buffalo 

SHEILA E. ACKER 
B.A. Union College 

CHRISTOPHER PAUL ADAMCHEK 
B.A. Mercy College 

CHRISTINA MARINO ADRIAN 
B.B.A. Pace University 

MATTHEW TODD ADRIAN 
B.A. Washington College 

MARK ALAN FELDMAN 
B.A. Brandeis University 

KAREN BETH FINKELSTEIN 
B.A. Brandeis Univeristy 

SHARON MAISEL FOX 
B.A. Brandeis University 

RANDI S. GOLDBERG 
B.A. Barnard College 

LESLIE CAROL GOULDING 
B.A. Adelphi University 

NANCY H. GREENE 
B.A., M.S.W. University of 
University 

EFROM JUDAH GROSS 
B.A. Yeshiva University 

DEBRA JOY GUZOV 
B.A. Columbia University 

STEVEN TODD HALPERIN 
B.A. University of Rochester 

JESSICA ANSELL HAUSER 

B.A. Barnard College 

M.A. CUNY - Herbert H. Lehmann 

College 

YVETTE DAWN HELLMAN 
B.A. Barnard College 

STEPHEN I. HENSCHEL 
B.A. SUNY - Binghamton 

ROSS NEIL HERMAN 

B.A. Hobert College 

M.A. University of Chicago 



LINDA GEORGINE HILL 
B.A. Smith College 

AMY SUSANNE HIRSCH 
B.A. Barnard College 

BONNIE SHARON HOFFMAN 
B.A. CUNY - Brooklyn College 

BRUCE WILLIAM HURWITZ 
B.A. Brandeis University 

ELIZABETH BARRETT IRWIN 
B.A. Wesleyan University 

LARRY ALLEN KALLUS 
B.A. University of Cincinnati 

PHILIP KLEIN 

B.A. University of Vermont 

ERIC VICTOR KLEINER 
B.A. American University 

LESLIE MIRIAM KORNBLUM 
B.A. Fairleigh Dickinson 
University 

JOSEPH M. LEVIN 

B.A. Washington University 

CAROL S. LEWKOWICZ 
B.A. University of Wisconsin 
M.A. Montclair State College 

ANDREW RICHARD MANDEL 
B.A. New York University 

MELISSA RANDEL MATTHEWS 
B.A. University of Rochester 

DIAHN WILLIAMS McGRATH 
B.A. University of Miami 

BARBARA JOY MEINWALD 
B.S., M.A. New York University 

SHERRI ANN MICHELSTEIN 
B.S. Syracuse University 

NANCY A. MILLER 

B.A. University of Rochester 

BROOKE EVIN MORROW 
B.A. University of Michigan 

BETH KAREN NEELMAN 
B.A. Brandeis University 

ANDREW O'CONNOR 

B.A. SUNY - College at Oneonta 

GLENN ANDREW OBEDIN 
B.A. SUNY - College at Buffalo 



CANDACE SUE REID 
B.A. Columbia University 

CATHERINE R. RICHTER 
B.A. Northwestern University 

EVE IRIS ROBBINS 
B.A. Barnard College 

STEVEN JAMES ROSANDICH 
B.A. Yale University 

SUSAN L. ROSEN 
B.A. Bowdoin College 

PHILLIP CHARLES ROSENFELD 
B.A. New York University 

KAREN BETH ROSENTHAL 
B.A. George Washington Univ. 

RICHARD MARK ROSENZWEIG 
B.A. University of Florida 

LESLIE ROTH-REIDER 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

JACK JAMES SANGERMAN 
B.A. University of Illinois 

KENNETH ANTHONY SCHACHTER 
B.A. George Washington Univ. 

DAVID H. SCHAPIRO 
B.A. Yeshiva University 

DEBORAH SCHMIDT 

B.A. Barnard College 

M.A. University of Pennsylvania 

REGINA ELIZABETH SCHNELLER 

KATHY LYNN SCHULZ 

B.A. Ramapo College of New Jersey 

ELLEN TRACY SCHWARTZ 
B.A. Bard College 

JEROME M. SCHWARTZMAN 
B.A. Hebrew University, Israel 

RUSSELL SCOTT SCHWARTZMAN 
B.A. St. John's University 

EPHRAIM W. SHABAN 
B.A. CUNY - Queens College 

DANA ELLEN SHANLER 
B.A. Haverford College 

GERALDENE SHERR 

B.A. SUNY - College at New Paltz 

ANDREW JOSEPH SILVERMAN 
B.S. Skidmore College 



RICHARD BRICE SOLOMON 
B.A. University of Chicago 

LEONARD SWERDLOFF 
B.A. SUNY - Stony Brook 

LAURA LYNN SYDELL 
B.A. William Smith College 

BRIAN TOPPER 

B.S. New York University 

KAREL LEE TURNER 
B.S., M.S. Ithica College 

SUZETTE WITSCHI 
B.A. Cornell University 
M.A. Brandeis University 





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Section A 

William C. Brown 

Annalee J. Cataldo 

Mitchel S. Eisenberg 

Andrew H. Freifeld 

Linda G. Gay 

Stephni B. Geschwind 

Bruce D. Gleit 

Bruce E. Gudin 

Jena Hoder 

Abraham I. Katsman 

Kenneth T. Kerner 

Charles A. King 

Stuart J. Levine 

Francis R. Monahan 

Brad M. Nacht 
Randy S. Newman 

Linda M. Poust 

Henry E. Rakowski 

Peter C. Richter 

Carol R. Rosen 

Jill G. Rosenbluth 

Scott B. Schneider 

Dean Scott 

Laura R. Siegel 

Elana J. Silberman 

Elissa R. Spern 

Esther S. Trakinski 

Marjori Wallack 

Ina Zaloom 











Section B 

Curt P. Beck 

Ileen M. Bergman 

Arlene P. Bluth 

Amy G. Borress 

Gregg L. Denhoffer 

Daniel E. Drazen 

Victori L. Fernandez 

Arthur G. Fischer 

Faith E. Glickman 

Ava G. Gutfriend 

Peter L. Herb 

Ellen R. Jancko-Baken 

Robert A. Kessler 

Renee C. Lautmann 

David L. Lerner 

Robert C. Lucks 

Lauren E. Mack 

RoIIand A. Mandel 

Joseph T. Morandi 

Harold J. Neher 

Jennifer M. Paley 

Jodi D. Peikoff 
Melissa A. Robbins 

Susan G. Rosh 

Sheri D. Schanzer 

Saul C. Schneider 

Ronnie L. Silverberg 

Michael B. Silvermintz 

Tracy J. Spragg 

Alyson M. Weiss 

Stephan P. Wohr 

Rachel J. Yosevitz 



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Leora J. Adler 

Rachel L. Berkey 

Thomas C. Boutilier 

Eugeniu Chmura 

Caryl L. Drexler 

Susan B. Fiedler 

Kalman J. Fortoloczki 

Robert K. Glassner 

Ellen B. Goodwin 

Gerald E. Grealish 

Sarah C. Halpern 

Nancy A. Hass 

Debra S. Hirsch 

Louise Hochberg 

Lisa M. Ketover 

Lorianne M. Koch 

Avi J. Litwin 

Arthur S. Marcus 

Michael A. Normoyle 

Jonathon S. Pasternak 

Kenneth J. Reilly 

Jeffrey A. Rubin 

Jeffrey C. Ruderman 

Terence B. Schwartz 

Michael Schwartzberg 

Nancy L. Sindell 

Lauren C. Singer 

Lawrence J. Spiwak 

Joseph A. Turco 

Jason Weisz 

Kathryn R. Young 



Section D 

Eric S. Aronson 
Andrew Caplan 

Elisa Cirillo 

Allison R. Corey 

Rena C. Dawson 

Daryl R. Feder 

Harriet Z. Fischer 

Jonathan Fuchs 
Jennifer L. Gentin 

Sheryl L. Gold 

Rebecca S. Holland 

Gwendolyn A. Holmes 

Mordchai Krausz 

Andrea L. Leeb-Freudenh 

Barry G. Margolis 

Michele Parker 

Leonard L Picker 

Karen A. Robinson 

Bruce Rosenbaum 

Erik H. Rudolph 

Richard A. Schwartz 

Robin B. Singer 

Ondine C. Slone 

Daniel P. Smulewicz 

Mindy J. Snyder 

Gayle Sobelman 

Leslie S. Soclof 

Julie Stern 

Melody Suttan 

Laurie J. Wesley 

Alan Yaron 




Section E 

Alisa E. Applbaum 

Julie A. Block 

Brent A. Chapman 

Alison H. Curelop 

Robert B. Eisman 

Mark K. Feldman 

Susan K. Fuller 

Stuart B. Gold 

Elizabeth A. Greenberg 

Susan J. Hochberg 

Jane S. Kalkstein 

Arlene Katsafouros 

Robin B. Levinson 

Steven M. Margolis 

Lauran A. Markowitz 

Denise L. Meyer 

Penny E. Paul 

Tom A. Radow 

Barry L. Ritholtz 

Adam J. Rosen 

Andrew W. Schorr 

Eric J. Semel 

Richard M. Stoll 

Bethia G. Strauss 

Nira Weisel 

Jeffrey H. Weitzman 

Lori H. Werfel 

David S. Zweifler 



Section F 

Beth L. Beilin 

Barbara M. Bennett 

Helene C. Bergerbest 

Brett I. Bloom 

Chrosto P. Borek 

Amy D. Carlin 

Vincent A. Coletti 

Jana G. Ertrachter 

Nichola T. Ganz 

Eleen Gong 

David A. Isaac 

Jeffrey M. Judd 

Michael E. Lefkowitz 

Craig L. Levinsohn 

Faith C. Litvack 

Elizabeth A. Mason 

Judith A. Mellman 

William R. O'Connor 

David B. Petshaft 

Jonathan S. Press 

Marc S. Rosenberg 

Michael G. Ryan 

Rena Schwerd 

Robert L. Secrist 

Kenneth T. Shackett 

Jenny E. Skoble 

Cara I. Somach 

Rochell S. Spergel 

Philip Touitou 

Bracha Zaks 

Jeffrey S. Ziegelheim 




Section G 

Susan T. Aron 

Amy K. Boden 

Reginal Bullock 

Lisa C. Cohen 

Andrew S. Cohn 

Joni B. Corn 

Lynn S. Edelman 

Elizabeth A. Etkind 

Glenn A. Garber 

Danna M. Goldman 

Louis A. Gordon 

Heidi Grossman 

Toby Jabitsky 

Jennifer L. Kaplan 

Zev Kleiner 

Carole E. Klinger 

Jeffrey A. Levinson 

Sherri D. Lydell 

Jason L. Madfes 

Nick Migliaccio 

Gilda B. Perry 

Bonnie H. Rattner 

Lauren S. Sacks 

Susan C. Sardell 

Alysse B. Schreiber 

Milette Shanon-Gracin 

Robert M. Vreeland 

Theodore M. Wachtel 



Section H 

Steven T. Bauman 

Ann M. Bishop 

LAurie B. Blaufox 

Elaine J. Breslow 

Grace M. Cucchissi 

Felice A. Einhorn 

Maxine R. Fass 

Martin L Fineberg 

Gregg R. Fishman 

Deborah A. Garfield 

Melissa Greenberg 

Stella J. Guarna 

Eric Kastriner 

Marc J. Kesten 

Carol T. Meltzer 

Maria G. Miller 

Lawrence R. Nichter 

Jeffrey W. Perry 

Riva Posner 

Bruce Rabinowitz 

B. David Rephun 

Sara M. Richmond 

William C. Sandelands 

Robyn L. Shapiro 

Stephan T. Shulman 

Katherine Soulis 

Betty N. Toepfer 

Eliza J. Walendzik 

Emily J. Weissman 




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Monroe E. Price, Richard M. Joel 



Lynn Wishart, J.D. 
Director, Law Library 



David Kracoff 



Aaron Sklar 



Monroe E. Price, LL.B., Dean 




Judith Ruben, M.S., Asst. to the Dean for Student Affairs 



Steven S. Nemerson, Associate Dean 




J. David Bleich 

Herbert and Florence Tenzer Professor 
of Jewish Law and Ethics. B.A., 1960, 
Brooklyn College; M.A., 1968, Columbia 
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 Univer- 
sity. He has written extensively on Jew- 
ish law and ethics; among his publsihed 
works are: Jewish Bioethics; With Per- 
fect Faith: Foundation of Jewish Belief; 
Contemporary Halakhic Problems (two 
volumes); and Judaism and Healing. He 
is editor of the Halakhah department of 
Tradition. He was a Woodrow Wilson 
Fellow and a postdoctoral fellow at the 
Hastings Center, and is a fellow of the 
Academy of Jewish Philosophy and a 
member of the Government Committee 
on Life and the Law. 





William W. Bratton, Jr. 

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 relations of corporations and senior security holders. 



John D. Appel 

Visiting Professor of Law. B.B.A., 1953, 
J.D., 1956, University of Michigan. 

After graduation from University of 
Michigan Law School, Professor Appel be- 
came an instructor at Columbia Universi- 
ty Law School (1956-58), and then entered 
private practice in New York City (1958- 
61). In 1961 he joined the CBS Law Depart- 
ment 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, trusts and estates, and contracts. 




David G. Carlson 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 
1974, University of California at 
Santa Barbara; J.D., 1977, Hastings 
College of Law, University of 
California. 

Professor Carlson was editor-in- 
chief of the Hastings Law Journal 
and law clerk (externship program) 
to Justice Raymond L. Sullivan of 
the California Supreme 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, commercial 
law, and property. 




Lester Brickman 



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

Professor Brickman has taught courses in contracts, profes- 
sional responsibility, federal jurisdiction, and family law since 
entering into teaching in 1965. He is a specialist in lawyers' 
ethics and legal services delivery systems, and has written and 
lectured on the standard of care of the legal professional, lawyers' 
fees, lawyers' advertising, specialization, use of paraprofession- 
als, group and prepaid legal services, unauthorized practice, and 
systems approaches to law practice. He is also a leading expert in 
the field of clinical legal education. He has consulted for the U.S. 
Office of Education, Ford Foundation, National Science Founda- 
tion, Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, 
American Bar Association, Law Enforcement Assistance Admin- 
istration, and Legal Services Corporation. He served as Cardozo's 
acting dean from 1980 to 1982. 






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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, University of Connecticut, Georgetown University, and American 
University. From 1956 to 1959, he served with the Office of Director General of 
the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris; 
subsequently, as a consultant with the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Agency 
for International Development, and Arizona Criminal Code Commission. Pro- 
fessor 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 1968-72 he was director of Georgetown University's Program 
for Pretrial Diversion of Accused Offenders to Community Mental Health 
Treatment Programs. Professor de Grazia was managing editor of the Universi- 
ty of Chicago Law Review. His most recent published work is Banned Films: 
Movies, Censors, and the First Amendment. Currently he is a member of PEN 
American Center and its Freedom to Write Committee. 



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 Department of 
Justice as a deputy attorney gen- 
eral in the Litigation Division. 
Thereafter she worked in a num- 
ber of positions specializing in 
civil rights litigation, including 
staff counsel for the Prisoner's 
Rights Project in New York, 
managing attorney for Greater 
Boston Legal Services, and se- 
nior attorney for the Juvenile 
Rights Project in Boston. In 1983 
she began at Cardozo as assis- 
tant dean for placement and di- 
rector of the Center for Profes- 
sional Development. In addition 
to her administrative responsi- 
bilities. Dean D'Apolito teaches 
legal writing and education law. 





Toby Golick 

Director, Bet Tzedek Legal 
Services Clinic. B.A., 1966, Bar- 
nard College; J.D., 1969, Colum- 
bia University. 

Professor Golick has worked 
in legal services for the poor 
since her graduation from Co- 
lumbia Law School in 1969. For 
over 10 years she was a senior 
attorney at Legal Services for the 
Elderly in New York City, where 
she litigated numerous impor- 
tant cases involving the rights of 
the elderly and disabled. She has 
been a frequent lecturer on pub- 
lic benefit and health law issues, 
and has taught previously at 
Rutgers and Harvard Law 
Schools. She is a member of the 
Special Committee on Legal 
Problems of the Aging of the 
Association of the Bar of the 
City of New York and the Com- 
mittee on Public Interest Law of 
the New York State Bar 
Association. 






Richard P. Friedman 



Minasse Haile 



Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1973, J.D., 1976, Harvard Universi- 
ty; D.Phil., 1978, Oxford University. 

A magna cum laude graduate of both Harvard College and Harvard 
Law School, Professor Friedman was awarded the Sears Prize for finish- 
ing 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. Kauf- 
man, 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 constitutional law and history, antitrust, evidence, 
commodities law, and administrative law. 



Professor of Law. B.A., 1950, University of Wisconsiri; LL.B., 1954, 
M.A.. 1957, Ph.D., 1961, Columbia University- 
Professor Haile comes to Cardozo School of Uw after an illustrious 
career in his native country, Ethiopia As Civil Service Commission 
Central Personnel Agency of Ethiopia (1961-«2), he helped draft the fi 
civil service regulations of Ethiopia and helped establish the first Perse 
nel Administrative Agency He was Minister of Information Cultu 
and Tourism, while simultaneously serving as chairman of the Emp 
or's Private Cabinet comprising the departments of Foreign Affai 
Judicial Affairs, Economic Affairs, Social Affairs, Chief of Staff Secti. 
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 Ethio- 
pia'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. 



Eva H. Hanks 

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

Professor Hanks began her teaching ca- 
reer as an associate in law at Columbia Uni- 
versity 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 Profes- 
sor. She has been a visiting professor at the 
Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton Univer- 
sity (1972), Indiana University School of Law 
(1973-74), and New York University School 
of Law (1974-75). While a student at the Uni- 
versity 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 Exec- 
utive 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 aca- 
demic affairs at Cardozo from 1977 to 1981. 




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 
career 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 Indiana 
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 research 
editor of the Rutgers Law Review. He 
was appointed special master by United 
States District Court Judge Robert L. 
Carter in 1980 to implement a court de- 
cree ordering the City of New York to 
construct certain sewage treatment 
plants. He served as associate dean of 
academic affairs at Cardozo during 1981- 
82. 



Stephen Diamond 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1967, 
Swarthmore College; M.A., 1968, J.D., 
Ph.D., 1976, Harvard University; Cer- 
tificate in Social Anthropology, 1970, 
Cambridge University. 

Professor Diamond clerked for 
Judge Frank A. Kaufman, United 
States District Court, Maryland. He 
teaches legal history, torts, and local 
government law. 





Malvina Halberstam 
(Guggenheim) 

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

Professor Halberstam is a member of the origi- 
nal faculty of the Law School, having come to Car- 
dozo in 1976 together with Prof. Monrad G. Paul- 
sen, the founding dean, from the University of 
Virginia, where she was a visiting professor. Previ- 
ously she was a professor at Loyola University (Los 
Angeles) (1970-75,), and a visiting professor at the 
University of Southern California (1972-73) and the 
University of Texas (Summer 1974). Before em- 
barking on an academic career, she held a number 
of positions in the public and private sectors, in- 
cluding that of assistant district attorney in the 
Office of Frank S. Hogan (1963-70) and senior at- 
torney for the National Legal Program on Health 
Problems of the Poor (1969-70). She served as a 
reporter for the American Law Institute Model Pe- 
nal 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 re- 
cipient 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 communi- 
ty organizations, including the International Law 
Association, American Branch (Executive Commit- 
tee and Human Rights Committee); American Soci- 
ety 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; hu- 
man 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.: Inter- 
national Agreements as an Alternative to the 
E.R.A.? Professor Halberstam spent the 1985-86 
academic year in Washington, D.C., as counselor 
on international law to the U.S. Department of 
State. 



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Arthur J. Jacobson 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1969, J.D., 1974, 
Ph.D., 1978, Harvard University. 

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





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). Currently he is reporter, Eastern District, New York, 
Criminal Procedure Committee. 




Leslie S. Newman 

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

Ms. Newman was managing attorney at Greater Boston 
Legal Services, where she supervised senior staff work, in 
addition to holding the position of senior attorney for hous- 
ing, responsible for housing law reform litigation. From 
1980 to 1985, Ms. Newman was lead counsel for the plaintiff 
class of over 50,000 public housing tenants in Boston in a 
major institutional litigation case against the Boston Hous- 
ing Authority. She came to Cardozo in 1985 and has served 
as Summer Institute administrator and worked on various 
projects, as well as directing the legal writing and most 
court programs. In addition to her administrative responsi- 
bilities, Ms. Newman teaches legal writing, moot court, and 
supplementary writing. 



Richard M. Joel 

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



J.D., 



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 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. B.A., 1960, 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 Su- 
preme 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 Uni- 
versity of California at Los An- 
geles. Dean Price has served as 
deputy director of California In- 
dian Legal Services, was one of 
the founders of the Native 
American Rights Fund, and is 
the author of Law and the Amer- 
ican Indian. In the field of com- 
munications law. Dean Price 
was president of California's 
Foundation for Community Ser- 
vice Cable Television, deputy di- 
rector 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. 



James B. Lewis 

Visiting Professor of Law. LL.B., 
1940, Catholic University of 
America. 

Professor Lewis has been en- 
gaged 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 faculties of 
New York University and Rutgers 
law schools. He has served on the 
legal staffs of the Treasury Depart- 
ment and the Internal Revenue Ser- 
vice. Professor Lewis has been a 
consultant to the American Law In- 
stitute's federal estate and gift tax 
and federal income tax projects. He 
has been chairman of the Section of 
Taxation, American Bar Associa- 
tion. He is the author of The Estate 
Tax, now in its fourth edition, and 
of The Marital Deduction. 




Steven S. Nemerson 

Associate Professor of Law and As- 
sociate Dean. 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 Co- 
lumbia Law Review. While in law 
school he was a lecturer in the Depart- 
ments of Philosophy at Brooklyn Col- 
lege and Herbert H. Lehman College. 
Upon graduation he clerked for Judge 
Jack B. Weinstein, United States Dis- 
trict Court, Eastern District of New 
York. Before joining the Cardozo fac- 
ulty 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. 




David Rudenstine 



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

Professor Rudenstine, who teaches constitu- 
tional law and federal courts, 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 volun- 
teer. Professor Rudenstine was a staff attor- 
ney 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 nonprofit re- 
search 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 direc- 
tor, and acting executive director. He has 
written articles on Judicial reform of social 
institutions, 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. 





Paul M. Shupack 



Professor of Law. B.A., 1961, Columbia University; J.D., 1970, University 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. Sola Ments- 
chikoff 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, 
and now serves on that association's Committee on Uniform State Laws. 




Barry C. Scheck 

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

After graduating Phi Beta 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 
Defense Council, and is co-author of Rais- 
ing and Litigating Claims of Electronic 
Surveillance. Professor Scheck is a mem- 
ber of the Committee on the Criminal 
Courts, Association of the Bar of the City 
of New York. 



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 Re- 
search Council, a student group aiding indi- 
gent prisoners. Following graduation, Profes- 
sor 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 Gen- 
eral Counsel, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Com- 
mission (1975), and has done consulting work 
for the National Academy of Sciences. Pro- 
fessor Silver joined Cardozo's original faculty 
in 1976. 





Stewart E. Sterk 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1973, J.D., 1976, Co- 
lumbia University. 

Professor Sterk joined the faculty in 1979 af- 
ter serving for two years as law clerk to Chief 
Judge Charles D. Breitel of the New York 
Court of Appeals. While in law school, Pro- 
fessor Sterk was managing editor of the Co- 
lumbia Law Review. He has served as a visit- 
ing professor at Columbia Law School. His 
primary areas of interest are conflict of laws, 
land use, and trusts and estates. 



Katherine Van Wezel Stone 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1970, Radcliffe 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, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and 
Brandeis University (1972-77). Her most recent publications include "The Structure of 
Postwar Labor Relations," 11 Review of Law and Social Change 125 (1982-83), and "The 
Postwar Paradigm in American Labor Law," 90 Yale Law Journal 1509 (June 1981). 



Suzanne Last Stone 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1974, 
Princeton University; J.D., 1978, Colum- 
bia University. 

Professor Stone graduated from Princeton 
summa cum laude. Before entering law 
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 Colum- 
bia Law Review and a Stone Scholar. She 
was law clerk to Judge John Minor Wis- 
dom 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 prima- 
ry scholarly interests are in the areas of 
procedure, federal courts, and conflict of 
laws. 





Lawrence A. 
Voeglman 



Assistant Director, Clinical Legal Edication. 
B.A., 1970, Brooklyn College; J.D., 1973, 
Brooklyn 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 for Trial 
Advocacy; Tom C. Clark Institute of Trail Ad- 
vocacy, Hofstra University; Emory University 
Trial Advocacy Program, and has been a fre- 
quent lecturer on various aspects of the crimi- 
nal justice system, particularly plea bargain- 
ing, sentence reform, and effective assistance 
of counsel. 



Elliott J. Weiss 



Professor of Law. B.A., 1961, Dartmouth Col- 
lege; 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 Ap- 
peals for the Ninth Circuit, and an associate 
with Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &: Garri- 
son, New York City, until becoming attorney- 
adviser. Agency for International Develop- 
ment. From 1968 to 1970 he served as regional 
legal adviser, U.S. Aid, Pakistan; and from 
1970 to 1972 as its assistant director, policy 
implementation. After a brief tour of duty as 
acting director, Policy Planning Division, 
EPA, he became executive director of the In- 
vestor Responsibility Research Center. In 
1976-77 he was writer-in-residence at the Con- 
servation Foundation. He was also a member 
of the SEC's Advisory Committee on Corpo- 
rate Disclosure. 



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 Interstate Commerce 
Commission (1935-39); special assistant to the Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice 
(1939-40); general counsel. Federal Communications Commission (1940-42); 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 to the Joint 
Committee on Educational TV (1952-62), he was instrumental in advocating the interests of 
educational 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 (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. 



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 Behavioral Research in 
Washington, D.C. (1980-82). A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard Col- 
lege, he was a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow in Economics at 
Harvard, Francis Coker Teaching Fellow at Yale Law School, 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 Wash- 
ington law firm of Shaw, Pittman, Potts, & Trowbridge (1978-80). Since 
coming to Cardozo, Professor Weisbard has written and lectured widely on 
biomedical ethics and law and participated in scholarly projects and collo- 
quia in association with the Hastings Center, Albert Einstein College of 
Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center, and numerous other groups. His 
other areas of interest include legal issues affecting children and the elderly, 
torts, and professional responsibility. 





Charles M. Yablon 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1972, Co- 
lumbia 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 Appeals 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. 




Richard H. Weisberg 



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

Professor Weisberg, formerly on the graduate faculty of the 
University of Chicago in French and comparative literature 
(1971-75), has continued his work in literary theory since join- 
ing the Cardozo faculty 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 Endow- 
ment 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 Hu- 
manities Institute; in 1983 he became chair of the Law and 
Humanities Section of the American Association of Law 
Schools. 



Peter L. Berger 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.E.E., 1961, City Col- 
lege of New York; J.D., 1966, George Washing- 
ton University. 

Professor Berger majored in electrical engineer- 
ing at City College, completed two years of grad- 
uate work in engineering, and went on to earn 
his J.D. with honors at George Washington Uni- 
versity, 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 Laboratories, 
and was a member of the adjunct faculty at Se- 
ton Hall Law School (1977 to 1983). A member of 
the firm of Levisohn, Lerner, and Berger, he spe- 
cializes in patent, trademark, and copyright law. 




Edward A. ZeHnsky 

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 Uni- 
versity Department of Economics. 
Professor Zelinsky served as law 
clerk to Judge J. Joseph Smith of the 
United States Court of Appeals for 
the Second Circuit in 1975-76. He is 
a member of Phi Beta Kappa and is 
serving his sixth term as an alder- 
man of New Haven. 




Harrison J. Goldin 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 
1957, 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 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. 




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 Constitu- 
tional 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 confer- 
ences 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. 



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 Universi- 
ty 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 Institite; and other state-wide trial advocacy training programs. Professor Ross is 
a frequent lecturer on trial practice and criminal law at various legal continuing education 
programs and has published a number of articles on these subjects. He currently serves as a 
member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York's Committee on Criminal 
Advocacy. 




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





Jonathan A. Weiss 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1959, 
Princeton University; M.A., 1963, Uni- 
versity of California at Berkeley; J.D., 
1966, Harvard University. 

From 1966 to 1968, Professor Volck- 
hausen served with the Asia Founda- 
tion as program officer for programs in 
legal development in Asia. He was staff 
and managing attorney for Mobiliza- 
tion for Youth Legal Services (1969-73). 
Until 1979 he worked for the New York 
State Banking Department, serving as 
deputy superintendent and general 
counsel to the department for the last 
three of those years. He was special 
counsel to Hughes, Hubbard and Reed 
before becoming executive vice presi- 
dent, general counsel, and secretary to 
the Dime Savings Bank of New York, 
FSB, in 1981. 




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 com- 
pany. 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 
former chairman of the American Associa- 
tion of Publishers, currently serves on a 
number of boards, and is a member of the 
Library of Congress Center for the Book Ex- 
ecutive Committee, and core faculty of the 
Stanford University Publishing Institute. 



William A. Volckhausen 

Adjunct Professor 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 University. 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 Fulbright Scholar in Italy. He 
has served as a consultant to numerous public interest and government organi- 
zations, including the Office of Economic Opportunity, National Institute for 
Mental Health of Children, and President's Commission on Civil Disorders. 
Professor Weiss has appeared as a guest speaker at many educational institu- 
tions and professional organizations, and on several radio and television pro- 
grams. He has published over 35 articles and two books on law and 
philosophy. 



Thomas J. Aquilino, Jr. 

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

Professor Aquilino also studied at 
Cornell University, University of Mu- 
nich, and Freie Universitat Berlin. 
¥Tom 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. 

Jutta F. Bertram-Nothnagel 

Adjunct Assistant 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 judicial 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. 



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 he 
represented the National Basketball 
Association in a variety of actions. He 
has 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 several bar associations, especially 
in the areas of judicial 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. 

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 at 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 University. 

Professor Goodman is a practicing at- 
torney in New York City, specializing 
in employment discrimination, litiga- 
tion, 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 Committee 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 University; LL.B., 1934, Harvard 
University; Certificate, 1937, Moscow 
Juridical Institute; J.S.D., 1939, Uni- 
versity of Chicago. LL.D., 1969, Uni- 
versity of Freiburg; 1970, Lehigh Uni- 
versity; 1975, University of Leiden; 
1977, University of Paris; 1979, Uni- 
versity 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 for 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 Teacher 
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. 

Gertrud Mainzer 

Adjunct Professor of Law. Abitur, 
1933, University of Frankfurt am 
Main; M.L.S., 1956, Pratt Institute; 
J.D., 1965, New York University. 

After graduating from New York 
University School of Law cum laude, 
Professor Mainzer, while associated 
with the Law School's Project on So- 
cial Welfare Law, brought In re Gault 
before the United States Supreme 
Court, establishing due process rights 
for juvenile delinquents. Thereafter 
she was in private practice with Herz- 
feld and Rubin, specializing in family 
law, social welfare law, and the rights 
of the elderly. She was a cooperating 
attorney for the American and New 
York Civil Liberties Union. From 1979 
until her retirement in 1984, she was a 
judge on the Family Court of the State 
of New York. She has returned to pri- 
vate practice and is presently chair of 
the Committee on Children and the 
Law of the Association of the Bar of 
the City of New York. 

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. Following an as- 
sociation with the law firm of Mil- 
bank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, he 
joined Halcyon Investments, an in- 
vestment 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 accommodation 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. 



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. 

Herbert Semmel 

Adjunct Research Professor of Law 
and Director, Center for Law and 
Health. B.S., 1950, New York Univer- 
sity; 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 Univer- 
sity of Illinois from 1965 to 1972 and 
has also taught at the University of 
California at Los Angeles and Univer- 
sity of Texas. He is director of Cardo- 
zo's Center for Law and Health, chair 
of the Legal Action Committee of the 
American Public Health Association, 
and has served on the District of Co- 
lumbia Medicaid Advisory Commit- 
tee and Statewide Health Coordinat- 
ing Council. He is author of Social 
Justice Through Law: New Approach- 
es in the Law of Civil Procedure. 



Jonathan L. Sulos 

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

Professor Sulds is 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. 



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, 
a leading New York City immigration 
law firm. Professor Wildes is widely 
known for his representation of John 
Lennon and Yoko Ono in their cele- 
brated immigration case. He is the 
former national president of the 
American Immigration Lawyers Asso- 
ciation, and a member of its Board of 
Governors. Having published and lec- 
tured extensively in his field. Profes- 
sor Wildes inaugurated Cardozo's 
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Acknowledgements 

A special thank you to Peter Richter, whose photography and 
ceaseless moral support deserve far more recognition than can be 
credited here. Also, many thanks to Jonathan Bourne, who, despite 
bar exam preparation, still managed to submit the many "Joe 
Smots" scattered throughout the book in select places. Photos on 
pages 2-9 appear courtesy of Yeshiva University Public Relations. 




Specifications 

142 pages; 225 copies; type style: Palatino and Palatino Bold. Res 
Nova is published by the Cardozo Student Bar Association, 55 
Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10003, under the most arduous of 
circumstances. Printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing Divi- 
sion, P.O. Box 297, State College, Pennsylvania 16804-0297. The 
official photographer for Res Nova is Lifetouch Senior Portraits, 
601 Ontario Drive, Muncie, Indiana 47302 with local offices at 6 
West 18th Street, New York, N.Y. 10011. 

® 1987 by The Cardozo Student Bar Association 
"Joe Smots" ® 1987 by Jonathan Bourne 



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