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CONTENTS 

Reflections 17 

Class of '88 23 

1 L's and 2 L's 81 

Administration/Faculty 91 

Organizations/ Activities 116 

Clinics 128 

Photo Contest 132 

Sponsors 145 




Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law 
55 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 




JACOB BURINS 

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BEI^JAMIN N. CARDOZO SCHOOL OF LAW 

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As our alumni approach 3000 in number, their 
increasing impact upon society, in the private and 
public sectors, is evident. And the continuing 
dedication of the Cardozo Board of Directors, 
other visionary supporters, and Yeshiva University 
augurs well for our future. 

Justice Cardozo challenged us to make the 
final cause of law the welfare of society. My 
fondest wish and confident expectation is that you 
will breathe life into those noble words as you 
build wonderful careers and constructive lives. 



Cordially,, 



Jacob Burns 




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Chairman Of The Board 
Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law 



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MESSAGE TO STUDENTS OF CARDOZO 1988 



Dear Graduates 



The class of 1988 of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law is 
one of special distinction: You are the tenth graduating class of 
a school that began as a vision in the minds and hearts of its 
founders which is now an internationally recognized institution 
that has made uncommon strides towards meeting its destiny. That 
distinction carries with it very special responsibilities. 

V/e charge you now, as we have challenged you in the 
classroom during your three years with us, to be more than just 
excellent attorneys ready and able to make contributions to your 
firms, concerns or businesses. We expect that you will join your 
fellow Cardozo and Yeshiva alumni in building your careers with 
the utmost concern for the needs of humanity. When we chose to 
name our school of law, we joined with Justice Cardozo in the 
belief that "the final cause of law is the welfare of society." 
You too are inexorably part of that tradition. 

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 immeasureably by your studies at 
Cardozo . 

Cordially yours, 




NORMAN LAMM 
President 



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55 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY. 10003 



OFFICE OF THE DEAN 



PHONE (212) 700-0310 



This yearbook is a tribute to the work and accomplishments 
of the Class of '88. It reflects the continuing growth of the 
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law achieved by the our students 
through their contributions to the School. This is a class that 
has witnessed and participated in many scholarly and educational 
events. It has successfully directed the publication of 
important issues of the Cardozo Law Review, including The Bork 
Nomination (three weeks from conception to the newsstands — a 
truly remarkable effort), the Arts & Entertainment Law i Journal, 
The Women's .Annotated Legal Bibliography and The Real Estate News 
Reporter. Most important, the students in this book have 
developed a spirit of community and commaraderie that will be a 
source of comfort and happiness during the days of their career. 

Judge Benjamin N. Cardozo, who maintained that "the final 
cause of law is the welfare of society," would have been proud to 
have fathered this tenth graduating class. It is a class that 
will surely propound its knowledge of legal theory combined with 
the moral and ethical standards it has learned and demonstrated 
at School over the last three years 




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Dean 
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Reflections On Cardozo's Past 



From Past To Present . . . 

The Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law Of 
Yeshiva University Opened In September Of 1976. 

The Selection Of Faculty Upon Whose Scholarship 
And Teaching The School Was To Be Founded 
Began In The Summer Of 1975 With The 
Appointment Of Professor Monrad G. Paulsen As 
Both The University Vice President For Legal 
Education And As Cardozo's First Dean. A 
Distinguished Teacher, Administrator, And Legal 
Scholar In The Fields Of Domestic Relations, 
Constitutional Law, And Juvenile Delinquency, He 
Came To Cardozo From The University Of Virginia 
School Of Law Where He Had Been Dean Since 
1969. The Selection Of The Balance Of The Initial 
Faculty Of Twelve Was Completed In Early 1976. 

A Construction Program Was Begun At The 
University's Brookdale Center, 55 Fifth Avenue, In 
Early 1976, Which Included Classrooms, Seminar 
Rooms, Lecture Halls, A Moot Court Room, Faculty 
Offices, And A Student Lounge. A Major And 
Central Component Was The Three-Story Law 
Library, Which Initially Held 90,000 Volumes And 
Today Holds Nearly 300,000. 




U.S. Supreme Court Justice Lewis F. Pow- 
ell, Jr., delivering the address at the aca- 
demic convocation inaugurating Benja- 
min N. Cardozo School of Law April 11, 
1976. 




Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger awarded honorary degree on Law Day 1977. 



18/REFLECTIONS 




Former students who are presently part of 
Cardozo's administration. 



First Cardozo Fellow Award presented to 
Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim & Ballon, (I. 
to r.) Dr. Norman Lamm, Charles Ballon, 
Morris B. Ahram, first CSL Board Chairman, 
late Max J. Etra, Chairman Y.U. Board of 
Trustees, late Monrad G. Paulsen, first Dean 
of Cardozo School of Law 



Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law Was Officially 
Inaugurated On April 11, 1976, At A Convocation 
Which Featured An Address By U.S. Supreme Court 
Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Justice Powell Was 
Awarded An Honorary Degree At The Convocation, 
As Were U.S. Attorney General Edward H. Levi; 
Israel's Ambassador To The United Nations Chaim 
Herzog; Cardozo's Chairman Of The Board, Morris 
B. Abram; And Henry L. Schwartz, President Of 
The Brookdale Foundation. 

Having Been Accredited By The American Bar 
Association In 1982, Cardozo's Deans Have Included 
Acting Dean Lester Brickman, John Hanks, Now 
Commissioner Of Franchise Of The City Of New 
York And, Currently, Monroe E. Price Who Came 
To Cardozo In 1983 From U.C.L.A. 

In Recent Years, Cardozo Has Added A Number Of 
Prestigious Endowed Programs To Its Academic 
Foundation, Including The Jacob Burns Institute For 
Advanced Legal Research And The Samuel And 
Ronnie Heyman Center On Corporate Governance, 
Two Major Avenues Through Which Cardozo Will 
Pursue Intensive Legal Research And Education. 

Since That First Class Of 1976, Cardozo Has 
Graduated Some 3,000 Attorneys Whose 
Performance In Both The Public And Private Sectors 
Have Earned Cardozo Its Growing Reputation For 
Excellence Within The Academic And Practicing 
Legal Communities. 



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Brooklyn District Attorney Elizabeth Holtzman addresses Cardozo Law 
women in 1983. 




Blanche Etta congratulating student at graduation 



Intensive Trial Advocacy Program demonstration by practicing attorney, 
"Honorable" Michael Ross presiding 



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Student assisting cli- 
ent at Bet Tzedek, 
Cardozo's free legal 
clinic for the elderly 
poor. 



Jacob Burns, the late Max Etra, Dr. Norman Lamm, May- 
or Ed Koch, and Charles Ballon at Cardozo's sixth com- 
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Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Yehuda Blum speaks to 
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Mathilda Cuomo, CSL student Tony Feldmesser, Bet Tzedek Director 
Toby Golick, and Bishop Joseph Sullivan awarding Cardozo Bet Tzedek 
Legal Services the New York State Voluntary Action Commission's 
Eleanor Roosevelt Award in 1986. 



Cardozo Chairman Jacob Burns, the Honorable Herbert Tenzer, 
Chairman of the Board of YU, Marion Wright Edelman, and 
Dean Monroe Price at the ninth commencement exercises. 





CSL students Jim Nobile and Allen Applbaum dis- 
tributing Cardozo Law Review's special edition on 
the Bork nomination. 



Cardozo alumni admitted to practice law before the United 
States Supreme Court. 



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Class Of '88 - The Tenth Graduating Class 



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TRIPLE CROWN — Dwight Gooden, 20, achieved the pitcher's triple 
crown with most victories (24), most strikeouts (268) and best ERA (1 .53). 

ROYAL VISIT — Prince Charles and Princess Diana visited the U.S., 
creating a social frenzy in Washington, D.C., and Palm Beach, Fla. 

HIJACK — For 17 days, Shi'ite terrorists held hostage 39 passengers and 
crew members from TWA flight 847. One American was killed. 



ACHILLE LAURO — Palestinian terrorists hijacked the Italian Cruise 
Liner. American Leon Klinghoffer was killed. 

BIG $$$ — Patrick Ewing signed a record $1 7 million multiyear contract t 
begin his professional basketball career with the New York Knicks. 

FIRST FAMILY — T.V.'s first family was undoubtedly "The Cosby Show" ! 
gang. The show became America's #1 television series. I 



Photos by: AP/Wide Worta Photos 




EARTHQUAKE — A series of earthquakes ripped through Mexico killing 
20.000. In Mexico City, 1 50,000 were left homeless. 

A CLASSIC — Coca-Cola introduced a new formula Coke, hoping its 
flavor would catch on. After protests from old Coke lovers, the original 
formula was brought back. 

BOSS — Bruce Springsteen's album "Born in the USA" sold 17 million 
copies. The Boss also completed a 61 -city tour and married model 
Julianne Phillips. 



LAKE WOBEGONE — Garrison Keillor rose to national fame with his 
public radio show "A Prairie Home Companion" and his best-selling book 
"Lake Wobegone Days." 

RAMBO-MANIA — A second Rambo movie, "First Blood Part II," was a 
huge box office hit and inspired toys, T-shirts and even Rambo-grams. 
BECKER — At 17, West German Boris Becker became the youngest 
man ever to win the men's singles tennis championship at Wimbledon. 



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USA FOR AFRICA — 45 American recording artists joined together to 
record "We Are The World" and raise millions for hunger relief in Africa. 
Later in the year, the two-continent Live Aid concert raised more than $70 
million. 

LIBERTY — After nearly two years, restoration of the Statue of Liberty 
was completed. Rededication was scheduled for July, 1 986. 

REFRIGERATOR — 302 lb. rookie William "The Refrigerator" Perry 
helped lead the Chicago Bears to a Super Bowl win. 

Photos by: AP/Wide World Photos 



T.V. FASHION — "Miami Vice" was tops in T.V. and in fashion trend- 
setting. Stars Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas popularized 
casual but dressy styles in pastel colors. 

JAL CRASH — A Japan Air Lines plane crashed into a remote 
mountainside, killing a record 520 people. 1 985 was the worst year in 
history for air fatalities. 

SUMMIT — President Reagan met with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev 
in Geneva, Switzerland. 







MUD SLIDE — The Red Cross joined the rescue effort in Colombia after 
Nevado del Ruiz volcano erupted, causing a mud slide that killed 20,000. 

WORLD SERIES — Bret Saberhagen led the Kansas City Royals to 
victory in the World Series. Saberhagen pitched a five hitter and was 
named MVP for the Series. 

ANNIVERSARY — Ceremonies at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, 
D.C., and a veteran march in New York City commemorated the 10-year 
anniversary of U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam. 



CHALLENGER — The space shuttle Challenger exploded minutes after 
takeoff Jan. 28, 1 986. All seven crew members died, including teacher 
Christa McAuliffe, chosen to be the first civilian in space. 

REAGAN — President Reagan, with his wife Nancy, gave the A-okay sign 

from his hospital window after undergoing surgery to remove a cancerous 

tumor. 

FAREWELL — Several great stars of stage and screen died during 1985, 

among them Orson Welles. 70: Rock Hudson. 59; and Yul Brynner, 65. 




1. GREED AND DECEPTION eventually 
lead to the fall of Philippine President 
Ferdinand Marcos, who flees his country 
after losing the election to the popular 
Corazon Aquino. 

2. ON THE RUN, President of Haiti "Baby 
Doc" Duvalier and his wife Michelle drive 
through the gates of the Port-au-Prince 
airport to board a U.S. Air Force transport 
plane which carries them to France. 



3. HOLLYWOOD HUNK Clint Eastwoods 
"day is made" by the residents of Carmel-by- 
the-Sea, CA, after they elect him mayor in 
April. 

4. SAM AND DIANE are at it again to make 
"Cheers" one of the top-rated shows of 
1986. Along with "The Cosby Show," they 
brought NBC and its Thursday night line-up to 
the top of the ratings chart. 



5. A HORRIFIED NATION LOOKS ON as 
the seven crew members of the space shuttle 
Challenger, including school teacher Christa 
McAuliffe, are killed when the craft explodes 
73 seconds after its televised launch on Jan. 
28,1986. 

6. AMERICA'S PRIDE AND JOY, the 
Statue of Liberty celebrates her 1 00th 
birthday with a complete renovation and a 
nationwide party on July 4, 1 986. 



Photos by: AP/WkJe World Photos 





7. BACK HOME, pilots Jeana Yeager and 
Dick Rutan wave to a crowd in Mojave, CA, on 
Dec. 23, after completing the first nonstop, 
global circumnavigation without refueling on 
the aircraft Voyager. 

8. A NIGHTMARE TURNS TO REALITY 
for the Soviet people when a nuclear reactor 
explodes at the Chernobyl power station in 
April. 



9. WORLD TRAVELER Pope John Paul II 
visits Mother Theresa's clinic in Calcutta 
during his 1 0-day journey through the Indian 
continent in February. 

10. WEDDING BELLS ring for Caroline 
Kennedy, daughter of Jackie Kennedy 
Onassis and the late John F. Kennedy, and 
Edwin Schlossberg, a New York 
businessman and artist. 



11. IRANSCAM involves four White House 
staffers (National Security Adviser John 
Poindexter, Lt. Col. Oliver North, White House 
Chief of Staff Donald Regan, and CIA Director 
William Casey). 

12. A DROUGHT-RIDDEN southeastern 
United States experiences the worst dry spell 
on record in 1986. Farmers from southern 
Pennsylvania to northern Florida are on the 
verge of ruin as their crops wilt at the peak of 
the drought. 



1. IN A SHOW OF MILITARY STRENGTH, 
U.S. planes bomb targets in and near Tripoli 
in response to Libyan-backed terrorism. "We 
have done what we had to do. If necessary, 
we shall do it again," said President Reagan. 

2. THE FOURTH BLAST in Paris during 
one week in September occurs at police 
headquarters. A terrorist group claimed 
responsibility for the explosion that injured 36 
people, six of them seriously. 



3. A CASH IS CROWNED Miss America 
1 987. Miss Tennesee Kellye Cash, 
grandniece of country star Johnny Cash, 
received the title and crown from outgoing 
Miss America Susan Atkin. 

4. SWEET TASTE OF VICTORY is savored 
by the New York Mets when they win the 
World Series. The Mets beat the Boston Red 
Sox in the seventh game of the Series by a 
score of 8-5. 



5. A NEW LEADING MAN, Tom Cruise 
takes the screen with well-known heartthrob 
Paul Newman in their movie "The Color of 
Money." Cruise also starred in the 1986 
blockbuster "Top Gun" with Kelly McGillis. 

6. DISAPPOINTED LEADERS, President 
Reagan and Soviet Premier Mikhail 
Gorbachev fail to reach an agreement on the 
arms talks and leave the Reykjavik summit in 
failure. 



Photos by: A P/ Wide World Photo 



7. SWEEPING OVERHAUL of tax laws 
cuts taxes for some workers while eliminating 
some of the traditional deductions. Rep. Dan 
Rostenkowski and Sen. Bob Packwood were 
instrumental in the overhaul. 

8. SINGERS WIN GRAMMY AWARDS. 
Whitney Houston for "Best Female Pop Vocal 
Performance"; Don. Henley for "Best Male 
Rock Vocal"; and Stevie Wonder for "Best 
Male Rhythm and Blues Vocal." 



9. BOTH CHARGED WITH ESPIONAGE, 
Soviet U.N. employee Gennadiy Zakharov 
arrested in New York City, and American 
journalist Nicholas Daniloff arrested in 
Moscow, are later released in what some 
called a "trade." 

10. A FORMER "FUN-LOVING" 
BACHELOR, Britain's Prince Andrew marries 
the red-haired English commoner Sarah 
Ferguson ("Fergie") in July at Westminster 
Abbey. 



11. AMERICA'S HOLLYWOOD 
FAVORITES DIE IN 1 986: The elegant leading 
man, Cary Grant; King of Swing Benny 
Goodman; Hollywood toughguy James 
Cagney; and Ted Knight, who co-starred in 
the "Mary Tyler Moore Show." 

12. THE BEGINNING OF HELP for AIDS 
victims is discovered in a DuPont laboratory. 
The Isdstat system enables hospital labs to 
isolate and treat the microorganisms that 
attack AIDS victims. 



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JUDICIAL CONTESTANTS 
— Supreme Court nominee 
Robert H. Bork was rejected 
by the U.S. Senate, and the 
second nominee, Douglas 
Ginsburg, withdrew under 
foe. 



SILVER SAILS — After 
defeating Australia to bring 
the America's Cup back 
home in February, San Diego 
skipper Dennis Conner 
waves an American flag 
while clutching the silver cup 
at a parade in his hometown. 



WINNING STREAK — West 
German Steffi Graf, 17, 
displays the French Tennis 
Open cup after she defeated 
top-seeded American 
opponent Martina 
Navratilova. 



MATERIAL GIRL — With a 
movie in the works, 
Madonna is still one of the 
nations top entertainers. Her 
marriage with actor Sean 
Perm puts them both in the 
limelight often. 



DAZZLING — Whitney 
Houston's "Whitney" marks 
the first album by a female to 
debut at No. 1 on the 
Billboard Album Chart. "I 
Wanna Dance With 
Somebody" and "So 
Emotional" are two of her 
number-one hit singles. 



VIOLA VICTORY — The 
Minnesota Twins beat the St. 
Louis Cardinals 4-2 in the 
seventh game of the World 
Series. Frank Viola was 
named most valuable player 
in the Series. 





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ROUND TWO — Former 
Senator Gary Hart (D-Colo), 
with his wife Lee, re-entered 
the 1988 presidential race. 
Hart withdrew earlier after 
reports of a sea cruise with 
Donna Rice caused a scandal. 



"UTE" METAL — The top- 
selling album of 1987, Bon 
Jovi's "Slippery When Wet," 
sold 11 million copies, the 
largest-selling album ever in 
the metal category. 



TINY HEROINE — 
Eighteen-month-old Jessica 
MeQure held on for two and 
a half days until rescuers 
freed her from the 22-foot 
abandoned well in Midland, 
Texas. 



FAREWELL 



FINAL BOW — Fred Astaire, 
88, was called the "greatest 
dancer in the world." His 
innovative, elegant style 
graced the screen with many 
partners, including Ginger 
Rogers and Rita Hayworth. 



SHOWBIZ — The 
consummate showman, 
Liberace, 67, was famous the 
world over for glitzing up his 
concerts with furs, 
rhinestones and glowing 
candelabras. 



HOLLYWOOD LEGEND — 
Director and actor John 
Houston, 81, acted in 21 films 
and directed 41, including 
"The Maltese Falcon" and 
"The African Queen." 



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LANDMARK TREATY — 
Ronald Reagan and Soviet 
head of state Mikhail 
Gorbachev begin the first of 
three days of summit talks, 
which ended in the signing of 
a treaty banning medium- 
and shorter-range nuclear 
missiles from Europe and 
Asia. 



TEARFUL MELTDOWN — 
Televangelisis ]im and 
Tammy Bakker watched their 
FTL empire fall in March 
after alleged corruption and 
wrong-doing within the 
organization. 



PAPAL VISIT — Laguna 
Seca Raceway in Monterey, 
Calif., was just one of Pope 
John Paul's stops during his 
nine-city tour of the United 
States in September. 



NUMBER ONE — Marlee 
Matiin signed her thanks at 
the 1987 Academy Awards 
after winning the award for 
Best Actress for her role in 
"Children of a Lesser God." 



LET FREEDOM RING — 
Fireworks above 
Independence Hall in 
Philadelphia celebrate the 
200th anniversary of the U.S. 
Constitution. 




A GIANT WIN — New York 
Giants teammates Brad 
Benson and Phil Simms 
celebrate their 39-20 victory 
over the Denver Broncos in 
Super Bowl XXI. 








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WAR ZONE — While 
patrolling international 
waters in May, the frigate 
Stark was hit by Iraqi missiles, 
killing 37 c 



HEATWAVE — Lt Col. 
Oliver North seized the 
spotlight for six days in July 
during the Iran-Contra 
hearings. Despite the wave of 
"OUiemania," many 
Americans felt North broke 
the law. 



BLACK MONDAY — The 
Dow Jones industrial average 
plunged 508 points to an all- 
time low following the 
biggest one-day selloff in 
history October 19. 



POP ARTIST — Andy 
Warhol, 58, immortalized the 
Campbell's soup can and 
brought pop art to life in the 
1960s. He once proclaimed 
everyone would have 15 
minutes of fame. 



"HOW SWEET IT IS" — 
Jackie Gleason, 71, created 
Brooklyn's rotund bus driver, 
Ralph Kramden, in 
television's "The 
Honeymooners." 



TV FAVORITE — Lome 
Greene, 72, played the father 
to three boys in the television 
series "Bonanza" for fourteen 
years. He later used his 
gentle, but rugged, 
appearance in TV 
commercials. 





Organization/Activity Codes 


ABA 


American Bar Association Student Division 


ADRC 


Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinic 


AE 


Appellate Externship 


AELJ 


Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 


AELS 


Arts and Entertainment Law Society 


AEP 


Accelerated Entry Program 


ALEX 


Alexander Fellows Program 


ASEP 


Accelerated Summer Entry Program 


BALLSA 


Black American and Latinos Law Students Association 


Basketball 


Intramural Basketball 


BELKINF 


Belkin Fellow 


BELKINS 


Samuel Belkin Scholar 


BT 


Bet Tzedek Legal Services Clinic 


BURNS 


Jacob Burns Scholar 


CAC 


Criminal Appeals Clinic 


CARDOZO 


Cardozo Scholar 


CLC 


Criminal Law Clinic 


CLGA 


Cardozo Lesbian and Gay Alliance 


CLSS 


Critical Legal Studies Society 


CLW 


Cardozo Law Women 


CONMOOT 


Constitutional Law Moot Court Team 


ELS 


Environmental Law Society 


ENMOOT 


Entertainment Law Moot Court Team 


FORUM 


Cardozo Law Forum 


HLS 


Health Law Society 


ILJ 


International Law Journal 


ILS 


International Law Society 


ITAP 


Intensive Trial Advocacy Program 


JESSUP 


Jessup International Moot Court Competition 


JLR 


National Jewish Law Review 


LEHMAN 


Lehman Society 


LR 


Cardozo Law Review 


MC 


Mediation Clinic 


MOOT 


Moot Court Board 


Musical 


Cardozo Annual Musical Law Revue 


NLG 


National Lawyers Guild 


PAD 


Phi Alpha Delta 


PAULSEN 


Paulsen Moot Court Competition 


PPP 


Prosecutor Practicum Program 


RELR 


Real Estate Law Reporter 


RELS 


Real Estate Law Society 


Res Nova 


Res Nova Yearbook 


SBA 


Student Bar Association 


SI 


Summer Institute 


SLNL 


Sports Law Newsletter 


SLS 


Sports Law Society 


TAT 


Cardozo National Trial Advocacy Team 


TC 


Tax Court Clinic 


TLS 


Tax Law Society 


WALB 


Women's Annotated Legal Bibliography 



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FRED L. ABRAMS 

New York, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
Sec. D 



BARBARA S. AGULNEK 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Buffalo 



ALLEN DANIEL APPLBAUM 

New York, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
Editor, LR 





JAY STUART AUSLANDER 

Teaneck, New Jersey 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
ILJ; ILS 



SUZANNE BAGDORF 

Dix Hills, New York 

B.S. Cornell University 

LR; Res Nova; Cardozo Ski Team 




JAY MARC BARBALATT 

Flushing, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
AELS; SLS; ITAP 






STUART M. BARBARA 

Forest Hills, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
SLS; HLS; AELS 



KEITH S. BARBAROSH 

Hoboken, New Jersey 
B.A. Hobart College 
PAULSEN; SI; BT 



ANDREW J. BAROVICK 

New York, New York 
B.A. Columbia College 
PPP 






DOUGLAS A. BECKER 

New York, New York 
B.S. Boston University 
Basketball; RELS; SLS; Sec. D 



RINA L. BEDER 

Rockville Centre, New York 
B.A. Brandeis University 
MC; Editor, AELJ 



ADAM ST. BEHAR 

New York, New York 
B.A. Colgate Univ. 
M.S. Columbia Univ. 
Editor, LR; AEP 






DAVID MICHAEL BEILIN 

New York, New York 
B.A. McGill University 
AELJ; ALEX; TAT 



RACHEL BEN-SHALOM 

Queens, New York 
B.A. Queens College 



RUTH BERKOWITZ BERGWERK 

New York, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
SI 




JEFFREY BERNSTEIN 

North Bergen, New Jersey 

B.A. Yeshiva College 

M.B.A. New York Inst, of 

Technology 

Ph.D. New York University 

SI; ALEX; Editor, AELJ 





JAN BERSHTEIN 

Hamden, Connecticut 

B.A. Univ. of Massachusetts 



PAULA WHITNEY BEST 

New York, New York 
B.A Oberlin College 
LR; ITAP; SI 






BRUNO P. BIANCHI 

Queens, New York 
B.A. City College of New York 
BT; ILJ; PAD; Forum; BELKINS; 
AEP; CLSS 



SUSAN V. BLOCH 
New York, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Colorado 
Moot; CAC; CLC; BELKINS 



SUZANNE M. BOCHNER 

Forest Hills, New York 
B.A. Queens College 






JANETTE S. BODENSTEIN 

Los Angeles, California 

B.S. U.C.L.A. 

Editor, WALB; LEHMAN 



LAUREN BOKOR 

Woodmere, New York 
B.S. S.U.N.Y. Buffalo 



JAY BOYARSKY 

Ardsley, New York 
B.A. Albright College 
SLS; PAD 






DOUGLAS BREAKSTONE 

New York, New York 

B.S. Univ. of Connecticut 

MC; 1TAP; Sec. D, Jt. Com. Jud. 

Ad. 



JORDAN B. BRODIE 

West Hempstead, New York 
A.A. Nassau Comm. Coll. 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Buffalo 
Editor, WALB 



JODI S. BRODSKY 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
LR 






CRAIG R. BROSER 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
Forum; Sec. D 



BONNIE L. BROWN 

New York, New York 

B.A. John Jay College of Criminal 

Justice 

ITAP; BT; ADRC, ABA 



JEFFREY P. BURACK 

Harrison, New York 
B.A. Wesleyan Univ. 
Co-Editor-In-Chief, Forum; ASEP; 
MC; ELS 






STUART L. CANTON 

Boston, Massachusetts 
B.S. Massachusetts 
Institute of Techonolgy 
M.S.L. Vermont Law School 



BETH CAPEN 

Kingston, New York 

B.A., M.P.S. S.U.N.Y. New Paltz 

NLG, CLC 



LISA R. COHEN 

Plainview, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamtom 
RELS 






JORDAN B. COMET 

Cleveland, Ohio 

B.A. Yeshiva University 

ITAP; Exec. Bd. LEHMAN; PAD; 

RELS; Editor, JLR 



LIZABETH ANN CROLAND 

Haworth, New Jersey 
B.A. Middlebury College 
Sec. D 



CARRIE ANN D'AMICO 

New York, New York 

B.S.N. Downstate Medical Center 

BT; PAD; ITAP; HLS 






MICHEL DANA 

New York, New York 
B.S. Lehigh University 
ITAP 



SCOTT M. DANIELS 

Queens, New York 

B.A. New York University 

PPP 



J. CARL D'ANGELO 

Caledonia, New York 
B.S. Purdue University 
RELS 






KATHLEEN M. DELANEY 

Sag Harbor, New York 
B.A. Marymount Man. Col. 
M.P.A. NYU; ADRC 



CARMINE E. DE SANTIS 

Staten Island, New York 
B.A. Lafayette College 
RELS; ITAP 



LESLIE S. DEUTSCH 

Floral Park, New York 
B.S. S.U.N. Y. Brockport 
M.A. Incarnate Word College 
ITAP; PAD; CLW 






STEPHEN L. DILORENZO 

New York, New York 
B.A. New York University 
Editor, RELR 



IVY M. DOCHTER 

Roslyn, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Michigan 
SBA; Editor, ILJ; 
BELKINF 



JOAN HOCKERT DONNELLY 

New York, New York 
B.S. Cornell Univ. 
M.S. Hofstra Univ. 
M.S. St. Johns Univ. 
BT; WALB 






STACEY DONNER 

North Hills, New York 
B.A. McGill University 



KAREN DORON 

Ossining, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Rochester 
PAULSEN 



ELLEN M. DRACHMAN 

Atlantic Beach, New York 
B.A. Brandeis Univ. 
BELKINF; MOOT; ITAP 






ELYSE LORI DRANOFF 

Fort Lee, New Jersey 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
MOOT 



DOUGLAS WALTER DRAZEN 

Binghamton, New York 
A.A., B.A. Univ. of Florida 
President, SBA 



DEBORAH ANNE DYCKMAN 

Kew Garden Hills, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
CARDOZO 






LEE A. EMMER 

Manalapan, New Jersey 

B.S. State College Massachusetts 

ITAP; MC 



REUVEN J. EPSTEIN 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 
B.S. Accounting 
SBA; Chmn, ABA 



CHRISTOPHER ESPOSITO 

Smithtown, New York 

B.A. 

ITAP 






MELANIE MADELAINE FABER 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
LEHMAN; PAULSEN; SBA; SI; 
JLR; ITAP; Res Nova; BELKINF 



ANDREW FARBER 

Toronto, Canada 

B.F.A. New York University 

TAT; AELJ; CLC; CAC 



IRENE CLAUDIA FELDMAN 

Mahwah, New Jersey 

BA. Mount Holyoke College 

MC 






ANTHONY M. FELDMESSER 

New York, New York 

B.A. S.U.N.Y. Albany 

BT; BELKINS; BELKINF; Co-Chair 

CLGA; NLG; BAHRGNY 



PAUL R. FERREIRA 

North Arlington, New Jersey 
B.S. Fairleigh Dickinson 
University 



LINDA W. FIDDLE 

New York, New York 
A.B. Vassar College 






MELANIE FINKEL 

Old Westbury, New York 

B.A. Tel Aviv University and C.W. 

Post College 



MICHAEL S FINKELSTEIN 

Oceanside, New York 
B.S. Mercy College 



DANIELLE WILSON FOLLETT 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Baruch College 
CAC; NLG; AELS; Forum; Sec. D 






MARTHA J. FORSTER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Univ. of California 



HEATHER Y. FREEDMAN 

Elkins Park, Pennsylvania 
B.S. Syracuse University 
TC; AELS 



JERROLD P. FUCHS 

New York, New York 
B.A. Yale University 
M.B.A. Columbia Univ. 
AEP; MC; CLSS 






MARK FUTRAL 

New York, New York 

B.A. City College of New York 

ADRC; ITAP 



ELISSA M. GARBER 

Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

B.A. Rutgers University 

ITAP; TAT; MC; President, SLS; 

SBA 



JOSEPH GELLER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
Editor, MOOT 






SUSAN GERMAN 

Jersey City, New Jersey 
B.A. Douglass College, 
Rutgers University 
M.A.T. Cornell University 
NLG 



JONATHAN O'NEILL GILL 

Commack, New York 
B.A. S.U.N. Y. Oswego 
ITAP; Dir. ABA; WALB; RELS 



CHERYL A. GOLD 

Kings Point, New York 
B.A. Syracuse Univ. 
RELS; Sec. D 






DEBRA M. GOLDBERG 

New York, New York 
B.S. Boston University 
Editor, MOOT; ITAP; SI; 
PAULSEN: Cardozo Ski Team 



MITCHELL D. GOLDBERG 

New York, New York 
B.A. George Washington 
University 



SHERI L. GOLDBERG 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

BA. Univ. of Michigan 

L.R.; Ed., Res Nova; ALEX; Sec. D; 

CARDOZO; Cardozo Ski Team 






CARIN F. GOLDSCHMIDT 

Suffern, New York 
B.A. Brandeis University 
Editor, ILJ; ALEX 



HAROLD KEITH GORDON 

Ossining, New York 
A.B. Syracuse University 
Winner, JESSUP; CONMOTT; 
Editor MOOT; ITAP 



GEORGEANNE GOULD 

New York, New York 
B.A. Columbia Univ. 






GLENN GOULD 

New York, New York 

B.A. Washington University 

NLG 



LYNDA GOULD 

Great Neck, New York 
B.S. Boston University 



ROBYN A. GRABELSKY 

Forest Hills, New York 

B.A. S.U.N.Y. Albany 

Best Oralist, PAULSEN; NAT 

MOOT; Ed. MOOT; PAD; 

Crim Pro MOOT; CLC; Sec. D; 






ROBIN GREEN 

Lawrence, New York 
B.A. New York University 
M.P.A. New York University 
RELS; ITAP 



LESLIE MICHELE GROBMAN 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
B.A. Syracuse University 
ITAP 



MICHAEL A. GROSS 

Allentown, Pennsylvania 

B.S. University of Pennsylvania 

ABA; ITAP 






ALEX GUREVICH 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Pace University/ 
Queens College 
TC; Rep NYSBA 



DEBRA E. GUSTON 

Oakland, New Jersey 
B.A. Mount Holyoke College 
MA. Emerson College 
BT; CLGA; CLW; NLG 



REBECCA S. GUTHART 

Old Westbury, New York 
A.B. Harvard University 
AELJ 






VICTORIA J. HAMILTON 

New York, New York 

B.A. City College of New York 

AELJ; AEP 



MICHELE JOY HARARI 

Orangeburg, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
ALEX; CAC 



AARON H. HAUPTMAN 

New York, New York 

B.A. Queens College 

ALEX; Editor MOOT; Editor, 

ENMOOT; PAULSEN; ITAP; SI 






ALAN A. HELLER 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
Editor, AELJ; ITAP; CARDOZO 



SUSAN G. HELMAN 

New York, New York 
A.B. Hamilton College 



MELISSA HERMAN 

New York, New York 
BA. Univ. of Delaware 
MOOT 






ABRAHAM BERT HIDARY 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
RELS; JLR; LEHMAN 



CATHY RAE HIRSCHHORN 

Colts Neck, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers College 



ELIZABETH JEAN HOLLAND 

Brooklyn, New York 

B.E. Cooper Union 

ALEX, CARDOZO; BELKINS 

CAC; ITAP; LR; SBA 






GWENDOLYN ANN HOLMES 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
B.A. Fordham University 
ELS; HLS 



RHODA L. ILICH 

Queens, New York 
B.S.N. Lehman College 
ITAP 



ERICA P. JACOBSON 

Jacksonville, Florida 
B.S. Univ. of Florida 
SI; ITAP; CLC 






ISAAC M. JAROSLAWICZ 

New York, New York 

B.S. Adelphi University 

LR; MOOT; ALEX; CLC; ITAP; 

Nat Moot Team; TAT; Res Nova 



DAVID M. KAPNER 

West Caldwell, NJ 
B.A. York College 



JULIE SIROTA KARCHIN 

Short Hills, New Jersey 

B.A. New York Univ. 

Editor, LR; AELS; SI; BELK1NF 






CLIFFORD A. KATZ 

Montgomery, New York 

B.A. Clark University 

Editor, ILJ; TC; ITAP; BELKINS; 

Sec. D 



DAVID C. KATZ 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Boston University 



LARRY R. KARR 

Orangeburg, New York 
B.S. American Univ. 
Secy/Treas ABA; RELS 






BENJAMIN Y. KAUFMAN 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
ITAP; AELJ; Editor, JLR; 
BELKINF; BELKINS 



SETH O. KAYE 

New York, New York 
B.A. John Hopkins Univ. 
BELKINF 



JULI J. KEMPNER 

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






DAVID J.P. KILKENNY 

County Sligo, Ireland 
B.A. Univ. College, Dublin 
ITAP; JESSUP 



MICHELLE "MIKEY" 
KIMMELMAN 

New York, New York 
B.A. Temple University 
MA. Bryn Mawr College 



PAUL L. KLEIMAN 

New York, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Buffalo 
ITAP 






LYNNANN KLOTZ 

Miami, Florida 

B.S. Syracuse University 

Ed., AELJ; Ed.; Forum; AE; ILS; 

BELKINF; AELS; Sec. D 



CARRIE ALYSSA KOLINSKY 

Bellmore, New York 
B.A. Brandeis University 
Editor, ILJ 



CHERYL KONELL 

Los Angeles, California 

B.A. University of California, 

Berkeley 






NAOMI LISA KRAMER 

Rockville Centre, New York 
B.A. Goucher College 



CLAUDIA KREFETZ 

New York, New York 
B.A. Bryn Mawr College 
BT; President ILS; SI 



MARGARET KRONENBERGER 

New York, New York 

B.A. Marymount Manhattan 

College 

CLC; CAC; BELKINF 






MONTE KUHR 

Great Neck, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
Editor, AELJ; ILS 



ROBERT JONATHAN KURTZ 

Sayville, New York 
B.F.A. New York University/ 
S.U.N.Y. Stony Brook 
MOOT; AELS 



MARC A. KUSHNER 

Wellesley, Massachusetts 
A.B. Harvard College 
Dipl. in Legal Studie Oxford 
University; Ed. LR; CLC 






FRANK LAGHEZZA, JR. 

Bayside, New York 

B.A. S.U.N.Y. Buffalo 

Editor, WALB, RELS; ITAP; PPP 



ALLISON LAMBERT 

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 
B.A. University of Maryland 
ITAP 



GAIL ELAINE LAMPERT 

Kinnelon, New Jersey 

B.A. William Paterson 

Editor, WALB; BT; PAD; RELS; 

TLS 






GEOFFREY I. LANDAU 

Long Beach, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
BT 



SETH L. LAPIDOW 

Essex Junction, Vermont 
B.A. Amherst College 
LR 



STEPHAN R. LEONE 

Toms River, New Jersey 
B.A. Columbia College 






DAVID LLOYD LERNER 

New York, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Purchase 



STEVEN LEVIN 

Longboatkey, Florida 
B.A. Univ. of Michigan 



ELAYNA C. LEVINE 

Oceanside, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
AELJ 






HOWARD S. LEVINE 

New York, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
MOOT; ALEX; RELS; ITAP; SI; 
Basketball; SBA 



AMY LEVY 

New York, New York 
B.F.A. New York University 
ITAP; ADRC 



JONATHAN SCOTT LEWINTER 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brandeis Univ. 






AUTUMN LIDO 

Lawrence, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
Treas., Pres., SBA; ITAP; AELS 



ALEC MICHAEL LIPKIND 

Huntington, New York 
B.A. Hamilton College 
LR; PPP, ITAP; CARDOZO 



ROBERT A. LIPPMAN 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. New Paltz 
Nat MOOT; Best Brief; 
PAULSEN; Coach CONMOOT; 
MOOT 






DAVID LOBEL 

Yonkers, New York 
B.S. Connecticut College 
Tulane University 
Editor-in-Chief, ILJ 



H. MALKA LOUZOUN 

Great Neck, New York 
Editor, ILJ; Editor, JLR 



PHYLLIS JOY DAVIDSON 
LUBIN, 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
Forum; TC 






JAN BELCHER MCGRATH 

New York, New York 
A.B. Vassar College 
LR; BT 



TOBY ELLEN MACHANIK 

Roslyn Harbor, New York 
B.A. Hunter College 
Editor, Forum; ITAP; PAD 



PHILIP A. MACHLIN 

Staten Island, New York 

B.A. Yeshiva College 

TC; Treas.; HLS; ILS; Editor, ILJ; 

LEHMAN; SI 






BRUCE DAVID MAEL 

Newton, Massachusetts 
B.A. Univ. of Massachsuetts 
SBA; PAD; ITAP; Basketball 



JOY MALKA 

Fairlawn, New Jersey 

B.A. Stern College 

Asst. Editor, Jewish Law Review; 

Co-Editor, RENL 



LISA RENEE MATTAWAY 

Middle Village, New York 
B.F.A. New York Univ. 
Briefwriter, ENMOOT; MOOT; 
AELS; ITAP; BELKINS; 
PAULSEN; Best Oralist, 1988 






JOHN L. MCDERMOTT, JR. 

Gladstone, New Jersey 
B.S. Lehigh University 
MOOT 



JANICE M. MCGEE 

New York, New York 
B.S. New York Univ. 
AE 



NEIL S. MEISEL 

Springfield, New Jersey 
B.S.E. Univ. of Michigan 
M.BA. Univ. of Chicago 
Editor-in-Chief, AELJ 






CHRISTINE A. MEYERS 

Middletown, New York 
B.A. Syracuse University 
M.F.A. Univ. of N. Carolina 
Editor, LR; CLC 



JEANIE R. MILBAUER 

Hartsdale, New York 

B.A. George Washington 

University 

AELJ; MC; CLW; ITAP 



PAMELA LAUREN MILGRIM 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. New York University 
Editor-in-Chief, MOOT; Best 
Brief, MOOT; CONMOOT 






GARY MILLER 

Woodmere, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
LR 



NEIL T. MILLER 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. Brooklyn College 



STEVEN R. MILLER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
ALEX; ITAP 






MARCI MITKOFF 

Hazlet, New Jersey 
B.A. Brandeis University 
ITAP; BELKINF 



KAREN MIZRAHI 

Mamaroneck, New York 
B.S. Iona College 
ITAP 



MARA MORADOFF 

East Brunswick, New Jersey 
B.A. Univ. of Michigan 
WALB 






JO-ANN MORGAN 

Harlem, New York 

B.A., M.A. City College of New 

York 

BT; BALLS A; HLS; ITAP 



GABRIELLA MORIZIO 

Mineola, New York 
B.A. Barnard College 
MOOT 



ESTHER MORITZ 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
ALEX; LR; CARDOZO 






HAROLD L. MOROKNEK 

Monroe, New York 

B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 

ITAP; SLS; Basketball; Sec. D 



KEITH M. MOSKOWITZ 

Guilderland, New York 

B.S. S.U.N.Y. Albany 

Asst. Editor, AELJ; ALEX; ITAP 



MARA LESLIE MOSKOWITZ 

Dix Hills, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
CARDOZO; Editor, AELJ; Forum; 
CAC; Sec. D; PAD; ITAP 






JOEL MUHLBAUM 

Woodmere, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Albany 
ITAP; BT; AELS; ABA 



NATHAN S. MULLER 

Baldwin, New York 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

BELKINS; Basketball; WALB 



LORETTA MURRAY 

New York, New York 

B.A., M.P.A., M.B.A. New York 

University 

ADRC; WALB; AEP; ILS 






VIVIEN NAIM 

New York, New York 

B.A., B.S. Univ. of Rochester 

ALEX; Editor, LR; HLS 



EUGENIA S. NATHANSON 

New York, New York 
B.A. Cornell University 
Secy/Treas. RELS; ITAP 



ZDENA NEMECKOVA 

New York, New York 

B.A. North London Polytechnic 

ITAP; Editor, AELJ; BELKINS 






STUART NEUHAUSER 

Kew Garden Hills, NY 
B.A. Adelphi University 
LR, NYSBA; RELS; ASEP 



JULIE NOLLETTI 

New York, New York 
B.S. Boston University 



EVE NOVOG 

Queens, New York 

B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 






MARK R. OSHEROW 

New York, New York 

B.A. University of Pennsylvania 

Editor, AELJ 



AVIVITH OPPENHEIM 

Short Hills, New Jersey 

B.S.W., M.S.W. McGill University 

SI 



ALLEN GARY PALMER 

Fairfield, Connecticut 
BA. Univ. of Connecticut 
MOOT; Editor, PAULSEN; SLS 






DAVID SCOTT PAUL 

Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
Editor, AELJ; PAULSEN; ITAP; 
Competition 



JANE PEARL 

Philadelphia, Pennslyvania 
B.A., M.A. G.W. Univ. 
Ph.D. Northwestern Univ. 
ADRC; Ed. MOOT; BURNS 



FRANCA PIAZZA 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. Brooklyn College 






JILL LORI POSNER 

Howard Beach, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
WALB; ITAP; BELKINF 



S. EMY POULAD 

New York, New York 
B.A. 



GINGER R. PROVOST 

Trenton, New Jersey 
B.S. Montclaire, State Coll. 
ITAP; CLW; MOOT; PAULSEN; 
WALB; Prod. Liab. Team Coach 






PHYLLIS KLEIN PRUSSIN 

New Rochelle, New York 
B.A. Mt. Holyoke College 
BT 



FRANK J. PUGLIESE 

Staten Island, New York 
B.A. New York Univ. 
CAC; TC 



SUSAN D. RAIVELY 

Sewell, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers University 
Editor, AELJ 






BRIAN A. RAPHAN 

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



LISA RAPOPORT 

New York, New York 
B.S. Skidmore College 
HLS; Editor, MOOT; PAULSEN 



NANCY BETH RAPP 
New York, New York 
B.A. Hofstra University 






MICHAEL RAPPAPORT 

Teaneck, New Jersey 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
ILJ 



MARTHA MARIA REDO 

New York, New York 
B.A. Brigham Young Univ. 
AELS; Musical; Justice PAD; 
Editor, Res Nova; SLS; Sec. D 



LINDA REISS 

Monsey, New York 
B.A. Stern College 
Editor-in-Chief JLR; Editor, ILJ; 
Senator, SBA; Co-Pres., LEHMAN 






PETER CRARY RICHTER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Columbia University 
BT; Editor, Forum; Res Nova; 
ITAP 



WILFRED RODRIGUEZ 

Brooklyn, New York 
BA. Queens College 
Co-Chairperson, BALLSA; CLC 



HOWARD S. ROITMAN 

Queens, New York 
B.A. Queens College 






LAWRENCE S. ROSEN 

Marlboro, New Jersey 

B.A. University of Delaware, 

Rutgers Univ. 

LR; Founder, SLS; Ed., SLNL 



STACEY BERKMAN 
ROSENBERG 

Stamford, Connecticut 
B.A. American Univ. 
Editor, WALB; ITAP 



DEBORAH ROSENBLATT 

Hillsdale, New Jersey 
MA. New School College 
M.S. U of Chicago, Rutgers Univ. 
ILJ; BT; ITAP; HLS 






MAYER ROSSABI 

New York, New York 

B.S., MA. New York University 

BELKINS, MOOT; MC; CLC 



ALICE ROTHBAUM 

Bronx, New York 

B.A. MA. Hunter College 

Editor-in-Chief MOOT 



LANA HABER ROTTENBERG 

Toronto, Canada 
B.A. Univ. of Toronto 
Pres., AELS; ADRC; SI 






JOSEPH L. RUSCITO 

Stonybrook, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Stonybrook 
Founder, HLS 



VINCE SABELLA 

Ozone Park, New York 
B.S. St. John's Univ. 



JACQUELINE SAMUELS 

Hicksville, New York 
B.A. New York University 
Editor, WALB 






MICHAEL S. SCHIFF 

Forest Hills, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Albany 
Editor, ILJ; ITAP 



REEVA I. SCHIFFMAN 

Teaneck, New Jersey 
B.S. Univ. of Vermont 
RELS 



ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER 

Far Rockaway, New York 
B.A. Hunter College 






BRUCE A. SCHOENBERG 

Chester, New York 

A.A. Simon's Rock of Bard 

College 

B.S. Univ. of Wisconsin 

LR; ALEX; BELKINS 



DAVID A. SCHRADER 

Staten Island, New York 
B.A. John Hopkins Univ. 
AEP; LR; MOOT; BURNS; ITAP; 
PAD; BT 



DAVID SCHWARTZ 

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






ALICE J. SCHWARTZ 

Riverdale, New York 
BA. Brandeis University 
Editor, LR 



MICHELE P. SCHWARTZ 

West Orange, New Jersey 
BA. Haverford College 
MOOT; CAC; ITAP; Musical; 
Sec D; AELS 





STEPHANIE D. SCHWARTZ 

Queens, New York 
BA. S.U.N.Y. Oneonta 
BELKINS 



JOHN M. SCHWARZ III 

Suffern, New York 
B.S. Syracuse Univ. 
TLS; ELS 





DANA T. SELTZER 

New York, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Stonybrook 
MOOT; RELS 



GREGG A. SHACK 

Bellmore, New York 
B.A. Union College 
Editor, AELJ; ITAP 



SCOTT SCHWARTZ 

Old Bridge, New Jersey 
B.A. George Washington 
University 
BT 




ROBERT WAYNE SEIDEN 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. New York University 
BELKINS; PPP; Forum; ITAP; 
PAULSEN; MOOT 




CHAYA SHAFRAN 

Queens, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
LR 






LAWRENCE J. SHAPIRO 

Eastchester, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Michigan 
MOOT; Civ. Law Intern; Rep. 
Evid. Comp. 



ADAM K. SHALOV 

Freehold, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers Univ. 



STEVEN MARC SHERMAN 

Staten Island, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Massachusetts 
TC 






VAL SCOTT SHERMAN 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
B.A. Univ. of Pennsylvania 
Editor, ILJ; Editor, Forum; Treas. 
AELS; Sec. D; ITAP; Res Nova 



ALLEN H. SIEGAL 

Highland Park, New Jersey 
B.A. City Univ. of New York 
ASEP; ITAP; NLG 



JONATHAN SIEGAL 

Monsey, New York 
B.A., B.S. Columbia Univ. 
LR; ALEX; BURNS 






ROBERT A. SIEGEL 

Lloyd Harbor, New York 

B.S., AS. Bentley College 

Sec. D; Pres, RELS; Editor, RELR; 

ALEX; ILJ 



STUART SIEGEL 

Far Rockaway, New York 
BBA/MBA Baruch College 
TC; Pres, TLS 



DAVID BRIAN SIEGELTUCH 

Long Beach, New York 
B.A. Northwestern Univ. 






JANE SILFEN 

New York, New York 
B.A. Univ. of Michigan 




JEFFREY F. SILVERMAN 

New York, New York 

B.A. Vassar College 

Editor, MOOT; TAT; JESSUP; 

ENMOOT; ITAP 




TERRENCE ST. JOHN 

Warren, Rhode Island 
B.A. Univ. of Rhode Island 
CAC; CLC; Editor, AELJ; ITAP; 
TAT 



IRA E. SILFIN 

Plainview, New York 

B.E. Cooper Union 

ALEX; BELKINS; CARDOZO; 

AELJ; Res Nova; Sec. D 



LAUREN SILK 

Floral Park, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 





BARTON SOBEL 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.S. Brooklyn College 
ITAP; TC 



MARK A. SPELLMAN 

Boston, Massachusetts 
B.A. Harvard University 
CC; CLC; BALLSA 





DEBRA A. STARR 

Watchung, New Jersey 
B.A. University of Pennsylvania 
Editor, JESSUP; AE; CLW; ITAP; 
MOOT; SI; So. Dist. Litig. Prog. 



JACQUELINE STEELE 

Woodmere, New York 
B.S. Cornell University 
MOOT; ALEX; BELKINF 






JOSEPH R. STELLO 

Kulpmont, Pennsylvania 
B.A. Mansfield Univ. 
M.S. New York Inst, of 
Technology 



MIRIAM STERN 

New York, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
MOOT; Winner Advoc. Comp; 
JESSUP; TC; ITAP 



TODD ALLEN STRASSBERG 

New York, New York 
B.A. Lehigh University 






MARY I. SWARTZ 

New York, New York 
B.A. Wellesley College 
LR; ALEX 



LAURIE S. SZUBIN 

Teaneck, New Jersey 
B.A. Hunter College 
ITAP; BT; Editor, AELJ; Sec. D 



ALBERT Z. TAHN 

Rockville, Maryland 
B.S.E. Duke University 
Editor, MOOT; Co-Chairman, 
BALLSA; Pres., Asian Assoc. 






ELI MELECH TAMKIN 

Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Clark University 
Editor, LEHMAN 



MICHAEL TAUBENBLAT 

Brooklyn, New York 



ROBERT TEITELBAUM 

Silver Spring, Maryland 
B.A. Univ. of Maryland 






PETER BARRY THEA 

New York, New York 
BA. Columbia University 
ALEX; ITAP; Editor, AELJ 



BARBARA L. THOMASHOWER 

New York, New York 
B.A. Michigan State Univ. 
M.S.VV. Columbia Univ. 
AEP; PPP 



FRANKLIN W. TOPAL 

Suffern, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Albany 
RELR 






ANDREA M. TSANG 

Durham, North Carolina 
Univ. of North Carolina 



RHEA TUROK 

Jamaica Estates, New York 
B.A. Queens College 
BT; ITAP; PAD; WALB; Sec. D; 
BELKINF; Res Nova 



DAVID ALAN VESEL 

New York, New York 

B.A. Tulane Univ. 

S.U.N.Y. Stonybrook 

Editor, MOOT; Ed. 1986-1987, Res Nova; 

Forum; ITAP; SI; SBA 






HOWARD J. WASSERMAN 

Bellmore, New York 
B.S. S.U.N.Y. Oneonta 
ABA; NYBA 



LORI A. WASSERMAN 

New York, New York 

B.A. California State University 

Sec. D 



MINDEE WASSERMAN 

New York, New York 
A.B. Cornell Univ. 
MBA Univ. of Chicago 
BURNS; ILJ; AELS 






MATTHEW R. WATERMAN 

New York, New York 
BA. Brooklyn College 
LR; ADRC; CARDOZO; Law 
Bikers; ITAP; ASEP 



DAVID S. WEGLEIN 

New York, New York 
BA. Boston University 
M.PA. New York University 
Sec. D; ILJ; ITAP 



BRUCE S. WEINTRAUB 

Forest Hills, New York 
B.S. S.U.N.Y. Stonybrook 
M.S. C.W. Post College 
MOOT; Briefwriter, CONMOOT 






JEFFREY E. WEISS 

Flushing, New York 
B.A. Baruch College 
RELS; SLS 



KENNETH R. WEISS 

New York, New York 
B.A. Boston College 
ITAP; TC 



MICHAEL S. WERNICK 

West Orange, New Jersey 
B.B.A. Pace University 
TC; ITAP; TLS; SLS 




LISA WESTERMAN 

Rumson, New Jersey 
B.A. Rutgers University 
Editor, ASILS-ILJ 





REBECCA E. WHITE 

New York, New York 
Cottinhamsixth Form College, 
U.K. 
AEP; CLSS 



SUSAN WILLIAMS 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.A. Baruch College 
ADRC; ITAP 






GREGG A. WRONGER 

New Rochelle, New York 
B.A. S.U.N.Y. Binghamton 
Commissioner, Basketball; ITAP; 
Vice Chairman, ABA 



DIANE WINDHOLZ 

Kew Gardens, New York 
BA. Queens College 
Editor, AELJ; AE 



JOHN L. WOLFSIE 

Mahopac, New York 
B.S.BA. Denver Univ. 
SLS; TC 






LESLIE J. YASNER 

New York, New York 

BA. Hunter College 

BT; SBA; Co-Chair HLS; SI 



NORMA REIN ZANDMAN 

Pound Ridge, New York 
B.A. Brooklyn College 
M.A. New School for Social 
Research TC; ADRC; 



WENDY S. ZELIGSON 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

B.S., M.S. Northwestern Univ. 

Editor, LR 






LOUISE ANNE ZELLER 
New York, New York 
B.S. Brooklyn College 
Editor, LR; ITAP 



MERYL L. ZIMBERG 

Merrick, New York 

B.A. George Washington 

University 

Editor, ILS; Editor, RELR; TC; 

ITAP; ILS 



ISAAC M. ZUCKER 

Far Rockaway, New York 
B.A. Yeshiva University 
LR; ALEX; Pres, SBA; ITAP 



Unpictured Graduates 


Evan R. Abrams 


Barbara W. Kamman 


Elizabeth Adler 


Dorothy C. Karlebach 


Marc A. Altheim 


Edward L. King 


Rod J. Behren 


Scott A. Korenbaum 


Merri S. Behrens 


Howard E. Krotman 


Sally A. Belon 


liana Lent 


Nancy E. Berman 


Mark A. Macron 


Harold F. Bernstein 


Mitchel Maidman 


Robin L. Bidner 


Jody K. Marcus 


Susan V. Bloch 


Barry S. Miller 


Lisa M. Bluestein 


Robert J. Narva 


Linda L. Cavanaugh 


Todd Noah 


Baird A. Cuber 


James B. Nobile 


Lawrence A. Cunningham 


Henry M. Perry 


Elaine Dara 


Christine Pittaluga 


Lauren B. Davis 


Richard S. Plastik 


Caren I. Dennemeyer 


Cory L. Rapkin 


Richard Di Marco 


Alex G. Rojas 


Diane M. Dickensheid 


Bradley C. Rosen 


Samuel C. Disavino 


Rina G. Ross 


Diane M. Donato 


Henry A. Rudorfer 


Allen C. Fallek 


Lisa A. Salmons 


Susan S. Finkenberg 


Steven J. Saltiel 


Barbara I. Gaines 


Victoria R. Sanders 


Ira D. Gerzog 


Bette M. Schnabel 


Peter L. Gladstone 


Tami L. Schneider 


John R. Goldman 


Steven Shishko 


Bruce J. Goldstein 


Randi S. Singer 


Jonathan S. Gould 


Marc D. Sloane 


Robert J. Greenbaum 


Hillary Sobel 


Amy Haberman 


Rachel Spitz 


Marc Handelman 


Jeffrey S. Stamler 


Theodor M. Herlich 


Edward S. Stone 


Elizabeth G. Higgason 


Lawrence S. Wasserman 


Bettina E. Ingber 


Kenneth L. Zeigler 


Meryl S. Insler 





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Class Of 1989 And 1990 - lLs And 2Ls 



Class Of 1990 



Section A 

Howard Adams, Craig Albert, David Appell, 
Chaim Berglas, Arlene Bergman, Philip Bra- 
ginsky, Pincus Carlebach, Jeffrey Chanin, 
Matthew Cohen, Amelia Coletti-Demma, Lau- 
ra Davis, Glenn Gazin, Jonathan Geballe, Amy 
Gladstone, Andrea Green, Helene Kaplan- 
Wright, Stuart Kerner, Debra Kimelman, Eric 
Kloper, Robert Leizman, Michael Lippman, 
Morris Missry, Tracey Nehmad, Louis Nock, 
Laurence Pittinsky, Melissa Rabinowitz, Jona- 
than Reisbaum, Karen Rutman, Marcy Selig- 
man, Abraham Sutton, Juana Torres, AAron 
Weisman, Anita White 



Section B 

Abby Wright Bartlett, Eric Bell, Frank Benja- 
min, Mark Berman, Sue-Ellen Bienenfeld, 
Gary Brody, Morton Chirnomas, Sandra Cob- 
den, Richard Cohen, Marcia Dingle, Debra 
Feiner, Corrin Ferber, Ilisa Fleischer, Tracie 
Fremed, Steven Friedman, Scott Gelfand, 
Odesa Gorman, Andrea Greene, Peter Hirsch, 
Susan Horowitz, Lowell Kern, Lisa Kinstlinger, 
Andrew Krantz, Alese Landes, Linda Lerner, 
Gail Miller, Steven Paullay, Helaine Rosenb- 
lum, Natasha Samus, Eric Schneider, Sam 
Shore, Jeffrey Spiegel, Brenda Steinfeld, Adam 
White 



Section C 

James Aries, Myla Barrett, Michael Bauman, 
Philip Bernstein, Eric Blumencranz, Cathleen 
Clements, Sean Cohen, Jeffrey Corbin, Jona- 
than Gleit, Terry Goldberg, Mary Gotsopoulis, 
Esther Gottlieb, Jeffrey greenberg, Sofia Grus- 
kin, Monica Guttmann, William Hammond, 
Jeffrey Hellerman, Bernard Hoffman, David 
Klarman, Deborah Kramer, Michele Lanzet, 
Richard Lapidus, Michael Levai, Eric Mannis, 
Ben-Zion Niderberg, Bebe Novich, Lisa Pash- 
koff, Anne Pomerantz, Julie Price, David 
Reich, James Rogers, Nancy Saccoccio, Gideon 
Sinasohn, Kevin Sirop, Amy Zeidman 



Section D 

MinSoo Ahn, Kathi Berke, Stephanie Blau, 
Myrna Blume, Karen Chefetz, Phillip Cohen, 
Joseph D'Angelo, Melvin Fingerut, Michael 
Friedman, C. Steven Helman, Robert Koltun, 
Monique Korn, Louis Leeder, Lisa Lempel, Jane 
Levitt, Caryn Loft, Danielle Mazur, Janet 
McEneaney, Elena Morrow, Pamela Mozer, Ju- 
dith Nelson, Shoshana Nisim, Michael Ox- 
man, Lawrence Reina, Lisa Rogell, Ronald Ro- 
senberg, Judith Rumschitzki, Martha 
Schneiderman, Marianne Spinelli, Nancy 
Udolf, Jan Ulman, Howard Weller 




82/CLASS OF 1990 



Section E 

Peter Alexander, Kenneth Amorello, Judith 
Barack, Michael Brooks, Michele Cohen, 
Mitchell Danziger, Stephanie Davis, Randi 
Doner, Monica Dugot, Michelle Entin, Richard 
Feinson, Eric Fingerhut, Jonathan Fuchs, Eliza- 
beth Goldman, Hillel Goldstein, Marc 
Grodsky, Jeffrey Gutfleisch, Sam Heffez, Alise 
Hirshman, William Horan, David Huntley, 
Cynthia Kanter, Evan Klestzick, Janice Landis, 
Tami Morachnick, Irene Pokh, David Rettig, 
Lori Riker, Lauren Saraisky, Jacqueline Stuart, 
Joel Stuttman, Howard Sussman, Stephen 
Weiss, Gil Winokur, Douglas Wolf 



Section F 

Debra Berman, Diane Betlejeski, Susan David, 
Sherri Dratfield, Stephen Edidin, Alan Eisen- 
stein, Lisa Fenakel, Neal Futerfas, Charles 
Gershbaum, Karen Getz, Rina Goodman, Kyle 
Halperin, Ellen Horn, Eric Kane, Holly Lan- 
dau, Richard Lev, Allison Lovvy, Gregg Luchs, 
Edith Manners, Gina McGillicuddy, Mordecai 
Newman, John Papajik, James Sarna, Michele 
Scott, Christopher Seeger, Peter Seiden, Marius 
Shanzer, Kim Seigel, Elyssa Silverman, Randall 
Toure, Meric Underweiser, Carmen Vozzella, 
Andrew Wigler, Arthur Zinn 



Section G 

William Adams, Ruth Axelrod, Adele Breen, 
Melissa Cohen, Susan Dooha, Rochelle Gold- 
wasser, James Greenberg, Keith Holden, An- 
drew Horn, Elana Jacobson, Deanna Kaplan, 
Jerome Konell, Michael Lamonsoff, Pamela 
Lawrence, Ronald Maddock, Thurman Mathis, 
Charlotte Rosenberg, Andrea Sabian, Kara 
Schechter, Ian Schneider, David Schwartz, Na- 
omi Skolnick, Diane Smith, Karen Solomon, 
Michael Tarail, Mitchell Teitelbaum, Joseph 
Tomkiewicz, Marlene Tucker, Dov Vinar, Jen- 
nifer Weiner, David Weisner, Miriam Weisz 




CLASS OF 1990/83 



Class Of 1989 - 2l/s 



Leora Adler 
Alisa Applbaum 
Susan Aron 
Eric Aronson 
Steven Bauman 
Curt Peck 
Beth Beilin 
Barbara Bennett 
Helene Bergerbest 
Ileen Bergman 
Rachel Berkey 
Ann Bishop 
Laurie Blaufox 
Julie Block 
Brett Bloom 
Arlene Bluth 
Amy Boden 
Chrosto Borek 
Amy Borress 
Thomas Boutilier 
Elaine Breslow 
William Brown 
Reginal Bullock 
Andrew Caplan 
Amy Carlin 
Annalee Cataldo 
Brent Chapman 
Eugeniu Chmura 
Elisa Cirillo 
Lisa Cohen 



Andrew Cohn 
Vincent Coletti 
Allison Corey 
Joni Corn 
Grace Cucchissi 
Alison Curelop 
Rena Dawson 
Gregg Denhoffer 
Daniel Drazen 
Caryl Drexler 
Lynn Edelman 
Felice Einhorn 
Mitchel Eisenberg 
Robert Eisman 
Jana Ertrachter 
Elizabeth Etkind 
Maxine Fass 
Daryl Feder 
Mark Feldman 
Victori Fernandez 
Susan Fiedler 
Martin Fineberg 
Arthur Fischer 
Harriet Fischer 
Gregg Fishman 
Kalman Fortoloczki 
Andrew Freifeld 
Jonathan Fuchs 
Susan Fuller 




84/2I/S 





Nichola Ganz 




David Isaac 






Glenn Garber 
Deborah Garfield 




Toby Jabitsky 
Ellen Jancko-Baken 






Linda Gay 
Jennifer Gentin 
Stephni Geschwind 




Jeffrey Judd 
Jane Kalkstein 
Jennifer Kaplan 






Robert Glassner 




Eric Kastriner 






Bruce Gleit 




Arlene Katsafouros 






Faith Glickman 




Abraham Katsman 






Sheryl Gold 




Kenneth Kerner 






Stuart Gold 




Robert Kessler 






Danna Goldman 




Marc Kesten 






Eleen Gong 




Lisa Ketover 






Ellen Goodwin 




Charles King 
Zev Kleiner 






Louis Gordon 








Gerald Grealish 
Elizabeth Greenberg 




Carole Klinger 
Lorianne Koch 






Melissa Greenberg 




Mordchai Krausz 






Heidi Grossman 
Stella Guarna 




Renee Lautmann 








Andrea Leeb-Freudenh 






Bruce Gudin 




Michael Lefkowitz 






Ava Gutfriend 




David Lerner 






Sarah Halpern 




Stuart Levine 






Nancy Hass 




Craig Levinsohn 
Jeffrey Levinson 
Robin Levinson 






Peter Herb 
Debra Hirsch 








Louise Hochberg 




Faith Litvack 






Susan Hochberg 




Avi Litwin 






Jena Hoder 




Robert Lucks 






Rebecca Holland 


















Class Of 1989 - 2L's 



Sherri Lydell 
Lauren Mack 
Jason Madfes 
Rolland Mandel 
Arthur Marcus 
Barry Margolis 
Steven Margolis 
Lauran Markowitz 
Elizabeth Mason 
Carol Meltzer 
Denise Meyer 
Nick Migliaccio 
Maria Miller 
Francis Monahan 
Joseph Morandi 
Brad Nacht 
Harold Neher 
Randy Newman 
Lawrence Nichter 
Michael Normoyle 
William O'Connor 
Jennifer Paley 
Michele Parker 
Jonathon Pasternak 
Penny Paul 
Jodi Peikoff 
Gilda Perry 
David Petshaft 
Leonard Picker 
Riva Posner 



Linda Poust 
Jonathan Press 
Bruce Rabinowtiz 
Tom Radow 
Henry Rakowski 
Bonnie Rattner 
Kenneth Reilly 
David Rephun 
Sara Richmond 
Barry Ritholtz 
Melissa Robbins 
Karen Robinson 
Adam Rosen 
Carol Rosen 
Bruce Rosenbaum 
Marc Rosenberg 
Jill Rosenbluth 
Susan Rosh 
Michael Ryan 
Jeffrey Rubin 
Jeffrey Ruderman 
Erik Rudolph 
Lauren Sacks 
William Sandelands 
Susan Sardell 
Sheri Schanzer 
Saul Schneider 
Scott Schneider 
Andrew Schorr 




86/2L'S 



Alysse Schreiber 
Richard Schwartz 
Terence Schwartz 
Michael Schwartzberg 
Rena Schwerd 
Dean Scott 
Robert Secrist 
Eric Semel 
Kenneth Shackett 
Milette Shanon-Gracin 
Robyn Shapiro 
Stephan Shulman 
Laura Siegel 
Elana Silberman 
Ronnie Silverberg 
Michael Silvermintz 
Nancy Sindell 
Lauren Singer 
Robin Singer 
Jenny Skoble 
Ondine Slone 
Mindy Snyder 
Gayle Sobelman 
Leslie Soclof 
Cara Somach 
Rochell Spergel 
Elissa Spern 
Lawrence Spiwak 
Tracy Spragg 
Julie Stern 



Richard Stoll 
Bethia Strauss 
Melody Suttan 
Betty Toepfer 
Philip Touitou 
Esther Trakinski 
Joseph Turco 
Robert Vreeland 
Theodore Wachtel 
Eliza Walendzik 
Marjori Wallack 
Nira Weisel 
Alyson Weiss 
Emily Weissman 
Jason Weisz 
Jeffrey Weitzman 
Lori Werfel 
Laurie Wesley 
Stephan Wohr 
Alan Yoran 
Rachel Yosevitz 
Kathryn Young 
Bracha Zaks 
Ina Zaloom 
Jeffrey Ziegelheim 
David Zweifler 




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90/CANDIDS 




Administration And Faculty 



Administration 



Monroe E. Price, L.L.B. 

Dean 



Richard M. Joel, J.D. 

Associate Dean 



Suzanne Last Stone, J.D. 

Associate Dean 

Ellen R. Cherrick, J.D. 

Assistant Dean For Admissions 



Norma P. D'Apolito, J.D. 

Assistant Dean For Placement 



Judith Rubin, M.S. 

Assistant To The Dean 
For Student Affairs 

Leslie S. Newman, J.D. 

Director Of Legal Writing 

Lynn Wishart, A.M.L.S.J.D. 

Director Of Lillian And 
Rebecca Chutick Law Library 




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Monroe E. Price 





Judith Rubin 



Leslie S. Newman 



Lynn Wishart 












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J. David Bleich 



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 became an in- 
structor at Columbia University Law School 
(1956-58), and then entered private practice in 
New York City (1958-61). In 1961 he joined the 
CBS Law Department and was deputy general 
counsel of CBS, Inc., 1968-80. From 1980 to 
1983, he was vice president and general coun- 
sel of Western Union Corporation. He teaches 
contracts, trusts and estates, restitution, anti- 
trust law, and intellectual property. 



Herbert and Florence Tenzer 
Professor of Jewish Law and 
Ethics. B.A., 1960, Brooklyn Col- 
lege; M.A., 1968, Columbia Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., 1974, New York 
University. 

Dr. Bleich has taught at Hunter 
College, Rutgers University, and 
Bar-Ilan University, and is pro- 
fessor of Talmud at Rabbi Isaac 
Elchanan Theological Seminary, 
an affiliate of Yeshiva Universi- 
ty. He has written extensively on 
Jewish law and ethics; among 
his published works are: Jewish 
Bioethics; With Perfect Faith; 
Foundations of Jewish Belief; 
Contemporary Halakhic Prob- 
lems (two volumes); and Judaism 
and Healing. He is editor of the 
Halakhah department of Tradi- 
tion. 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 
Governor's Commission on Life 
and the Law. 





William W. Bratton, Jr. 

Professor of Law. B.A., 1973, J.D., 1976, Co- 
lumbia 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, Unit- 
ed States Court of Appeals for the Second Cir- 
cuit, 1976-77, and was associated with the firm 
of Debevoise, Plimpton, Lyons & Gates from 
1977 to 1980. He teaches contracts, corpora- 
tions, and corporate finance, and has written 
articles dealing with the relations of corpora- 
tions and senior security holders. 



96/FACULTY 



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, professional 
responsibility, land use, 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 paraprofessionals, group and pre- 
paid 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 Foundation, Council on Legal Educa- 
tion for Professional Responsibility, American Bar Association, Law 
Enforcement Assistance Administration, and Legal Services Corpo- 
ration. He served as Cardozo's acting dean from 1980 to 1982. 





David G. Carlson 

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

Professor Carlson was editor-in-chief of the Hastings 
Law Journal. Prior to joining the Cardozo faculty, Profes- 
sor Carlson was an associate with the firm of Cravath, 
Swaine and Moore, New York City. He teaches in the 
areas of bankruptcy, commercial law, law and economics, 
and property. 



Edwin S. Cohen 

Visiting Professor of Law. B.A., 1933, University of Richmond; J.D., 1936, University of 
Virginia. 

Professor Cohen practiced law in New York City for many years as a partner in the firm 
of Root, Barrett, Cohen, Knapp & Smith, now known as Barrett, Smith, Schapiro, Simon 
& Armstrong. In 1965 he returned to teach at the University of Virginia Law School, 
where he became Joseph M. Hartfield Professor of Law. From 1969 to 1973 he served as 
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy and later as Under Secretary of the 
Treasury. He then returned to teach at the University of Virginia and also became a 
partner in the law firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. He is now senior 
counsel to that firm and professor of law emeritus at the University of Virginia. 




FACULTY/97 



Norma P. D'Apolito 



Assistant Dean. 
College; J.D., 
University. 



B.A., 

1974 



1971, Vassar 
New York 



After graduating from law school, 
Dean D'Apolito joined the Pennsylva- 
nia Department of Justice as a deputy 
attorney general in the Litigation Di- 
vision. Thereafter she worked in a 
number of positions specializing in 
civil rights litigation, including staff 
counsel for the Prisoners' Rights Pro- 
ject 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 ad- 
dition to her administrative responsi- 
bilities, Dean D'Apolito teaches legal 
writing and education law. 




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. Kauf- 
man, United States District Court, Maryland. He 
teaches legal history, torts, and local government law. 




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 Orga- 
nization, Paris; subsequently, as a consul- 
tant 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 Wash- 
ington, D.C., specializing in communica- 
tions law and First Amendment litigation. 
During 1968-72 he was director of George- 
town University's Program for Pretrial Di- 
version of Accused Offenders to Communi- 
ty Mental Health Treatment Programs. 
Professor de Grazia was managing editor of 
the University of Chicago Law Review. His 
most recent published work is Banned 
Films: Movies, Censors, and the First 
Amendment (with R. Newman). Currently 
he is a member of PEN American Center 
and its Freedom to Write Committee. 



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Toby Golick 




Richard D. Friedman 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1973, J.D., 1976, Harvard 
Univesity; 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 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 
constitutional law and history, antitrust, evidence, and ad- 
ministrative law. He is the general editor of Wigmore on 
Evidence and is revising the hearsay portion of that treatise. 



Director, Cardozo Bet Tzedek Legal Services Clinic. B.A., 
1966, Barnard College; J.D., 1969, Columbia University. 

Professor Golick has worked in legal services for the poor 
since her graduation from Columbia 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 nu- 
merous important cases involving the rights of the elderly 
and disabled. She has been a frequent lecturer on public 
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 
Committee on Public Interest Law of the New York State 
Bar Association. 




Minasse Haile 

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

Professor Haile comes to Cardozo School of Law after an illustrious career in 
his native country, Ethiopia. As Civil Service Commissioner, Central Personnel 
Agency of 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 depart- 
ments of Foreign Affairs, Judicial Affairs, Economic Affairs, Social Affairs, 
Chief of Staff Section, External Security, and Religious Affairs. In 1968 Profes- 
sor Haile became Ambassador of Ethiopia to the United States. He served as 
Ambassador until 1971, when he became Minister of Foreign Affairs, heading 
Ethiopia's delegations to the United Nations General Assembly, 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 profes- 
sor of law at Villanova University School of Law. 



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Malvina Halberstam 
(Guggenheim) 

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

Professor Halberstam is a member of the orig- 
inal faculty of the Law School. Previously she 
was a professor at Loyola University, and a 
visiting professor at a number of institutions. 
She has held a number of positions in the 
public and private sectors, including that of 
assistant district attorney in the Office of 
Frank S. Hogan and senior attorney for the 
National Legal Program on Health Problems 
of the Poor. Articles and book reviews editor 
of the Columbia Law Review, she is now an 
associate in the Columbia University Seminar 
on Human Rights and a member of the ABA 
Working Group on Terrorism; the Interna- 
tional Law Association, American Branch (Ex- 
ecutive Committee); the American Society on 
International Law; American Professors for 
Peace in the Middle East; and Continuing 
Seminar on Zionist Thought. Her book (with 
Elizabeth Defeis), Legal Rights of Women in 
the U.S.: International Agreements as an Al- 
ternative to the E.R.A.? is due to be published 
shortly. Professor Halberstam spent the 1984- 

85 academic year as a visiting professor at the 
Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the 1985- 

86 academic year in Washington, D.C., as 
counselor on international law in the U.S. De- 
partment of State, Office of the Legal Adviser, 
where she is continuing as a consultant. 




Eva H. Hanks 

Professor of law. Referendar, 
1951, Freie Universitat Berlin, 
Faculty of Law; LL.B., 1960, Uni- 
versity of California at Los An- 
geles; LL.M., 1962; J.S.D., 1969, 
Columbia University. 

Professor Hanks began her 
teaching career as an associate in 
law at Columbia University dur- 
ing 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 Pro- 
fessor. She has been a visiting 
professor at the Woodrow Wil- 
son School, Princeton Universi- 
ty (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, Pro- 
fessor Hanks was notes and 
comments editor of the UCLA 
Law Review. She served as an 
elected member of the Executive 
Committee of the Association of 
American Law Schools for terms 
in 1975 and 1976. She is the au- 
thor of numerous articles on wa- 
ter law and co-author (with Tar- 
lock and J. Hanks) of 
Environmental Law and Policy. 
She served as associate dean of 
academic 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 Colum- 
bia Law School (1968-72). Subsequent- 
ly 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 Unit- 
ed States District Court Judge Robert 
L. Carter in 1980 to implement a court 
decree 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. 




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Arthur J. Jacobson 




Richard M. Joel 



Associate Dear 
J.D., 1975, 
University. 



. B.A., 1972, 
New York 



After graduating as a Root- 
Tilden Scholar from New 
York University School of 
Law, Dean Joel joined the 
Bronx District Attorney's Of- 
fice in 1975. After serving as 
deputy chief of the Appeals 
Bureau, he came to Yeshiva 
University as Director of Uni- 
versity Alumni Affairs. In 
1980 he became assistant dean 
at Cardozo School of Law, and 
has been associate dean since 
1982. In addition to his de- 
canal duties, Dean Joel teach- 
es professional responsibility 
and has taught legal writing 
and moot court. 



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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 & Hamilton, 
New York City, from 1975 to 1977. He holds a 
Ph.D. in government, on the political philoso- 
phy of Hegel. His scholarly work has focused 
on fiduciary obligation and the law of associa- 
tions. Professor Jacobson's areas of teaching 
are civil procedure, jurisprudence, and corpo- 
rate law. He served as associate dean of aca- 
demic affairs during 1982-83. 





Claude-Roland Klein 

Visiting Professor of Law. Licence en 
Droit, 1961, M.A., 1963, Docteur d'Etat, 
1965, University of Strasbourg. 

Professor Klein was born and educated 
in Strasbourg, France. He taught in 
France until 1968 at which time he went 
to Israel. He has been a professor at He- 
brew University Law School since 1968 
and Dean of the Law School, 1978-81. He 
was a visiting professor at the University 
of Pennsylvania in 1977, and at the Uni- 
versity of Southern California in 1986. 



James B. Lewis 

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

Professor Lewis was, from 1955 to 1982, a partner of Paul, Weiss, 
Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York City, specializing in tax- 
ation. 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 Department and the Internal Revenue Service. Professor 
Lewis has been a consultant to the American Law Institute's federal 
estate and gift tax and federal income tax projects. He was chairman 
of the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, 1984-85. He 
was a member of the Advisory Group to the Commissioner of 
Internal Revenue in 1977 and 1987. He is the author of The Estate 
Tax, now in its fourth edition, and of The Marital Deduction. He has 
been on the Cardozo faculty since 1983. 



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Peter Lushing 




Wesley Liebeler 



Professor Liebeler is a Visiting Professor from UCLA 
where he has been a Professor of Law since 1965. From 
1973-1975 he was Director of the Office of Planning & 
Evaluation of the Federal Trade Commission and Con- 
sultant to the Federal Trade Commission from 1981- 
1984. He is the author of many articles. Professor Lie- 
beler teaches Antitrust Law. 




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 appellate 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 District 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 re- 
porter, Eastern District, New York, Criminal Procedure Commit- 
tee, and Executive Director of the New York Council of Defense 
Lawyers. 




Steven S. Nemerson 

Professor of Law and Associate 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 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. Weinstein, United States District Court, 
Eastern District of New York. Before joining the Cardozo faculty in 1981, he served for 
four years on the University of Minnesota Law School faculty. He has published and 
lectured in the areas of criminal law and philosophy of law. 



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Leslie S. Newman 

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

Ms. Newman was managing attorney at Greater Boston Legal 
Services, where she supervised senior staff work until 1985, in 
addition to holding the position of senior attorney for housing, 
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 insitu- 
tional litigation case against the Boston Housing Authority. 
She came to Cardozo in 1985 and has served as Summer Insti- 
tute Administrator and now directs Special Projects, as well as 
the Legal Writing and Moot Court programs. In addition to her 
administrative responsibilities, Ms. Newman teaches legal 
writing, moot court, and supplementary writing. 




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Monroe E. Price 

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

Dean Price graduated magna cum laude from Yale, where he was executive 
editor of the Yale Law Journal. He clerked for United States Supreme Court 
Associate Justice Potter Stewart and was an assistant to Secretary of Labor W. 
Willard Wirtz. In 1968 he was appointed professor of law at the School of Law 
of the University of California at Los Angeles. Dean Price has served as deputy 
director of California Indian Legal Services, was one of the founders of the 
Native American Rights Fund, and is the author of Law and the American 
Indian. In the field of communications law, Dean Price was president of 
California's Foundation for Community Service Cable Television, deputy direc- 
tor of the Sloan Commission on Cable Communications, and is co-author of a 
treatise on cable television and Cable Television: A Guide io Citizen Action. He 
was court-appointed referee to monitor the Los Angeles school district's deseg- 
regation plan and is on the Board of Directors of the Fund for Modern Courts. 
He is a member of the Mayor's Tax Study Committee. Author of numerous 
scholarly law articles on communications policy, Native American land and 
water rights, copyright and the arts, and other fields, he was apppointed dean of 
Cardozo in 1982. 



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Michel Rosenfeld 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1969, M.A., 
1971, M.Phil., 1978, Columbia University; J.D., 1974, 
Northwestern University. 

Professor Rosenfeld was an associate with the firm of 
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, 1977-1980, and an 
associate with Rosenman, Colin, Freund, Lewis & Cohen, 
1980-1982. He joined the faculty of New York Law School 
in 1982. His primary teaching and scholarly interests are 
in the areas of civil procedure, constitutional law, and 
jurisprudence. 



David Rudenstine 

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

Professor Rudenstine, who teaches con- 
stitutional law and federal courts, was a 
fellow in the New York University Ar- 
thur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Pro- 
gram, having spent the two years preced- 
ing 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 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 di- 
rector, associate director, and acting ex- 
ecutive director. He has written articles 
on judicial reform of social institutions, 
parole, sentencing, and the First Amend- 
ment, and is the primary author of Pris- 
on Without Walls: Report on New York 
Parole and sole author of Rights of Ex- 
Offenders. He has also been a Guggen- 
heim Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School 
and a participant in a National Endow- 
ment for the Humanities Seminar. 



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Barry C. Scheck 

Assistant Professor of Law and Di- 
rector of Clinical Legal Education. 
B.S., 1971, Yale University; J.D., 
M.C.P., 1974, University of Califor- 
nia at Berkeley. 

After graduating Phi Beta Kappa 
from Yale and with honors from 
University of California Law 
School at Berkeley, Professor 
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 Coun- 
cil, and is co-author of Raising and 
Litigating Claims of Electronic Sur- 
veillance. Professor Scheck is a 
member of the Committee on the 
Criminal Courts, Association of the 
Bar of the City of New York. 




P. Shectman 

Professor Shechtman was an Assis- 
tant Professor of Law at the Universi- 
ty of Pennsylvania until June, 1987 
when he was appointed Special Assis- 
tant to the District Attorney, County 
of New York. He had served in the 
United States Attorney's Office for 
the southern District of New York 
from March 1981 to July 1985 as Chief 
Appellate Attorney and Chief of the 
General Crimes Unit. 



Paul M. Shupak 





Professor of Law. B.A., 1961, Co- 
lumbia 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. Soia 
Mentschikoff in a course in ju- 
risprudence. 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 Uni- 
versity of Connecticut Law 
School. He is a member of the 
American Law Institute, and has 
served as a member of the Com- 
mittee on Bankruptcy and Cor- 
porate Reorganization of the As- 
sociation of the Bar of the City 
of New York, and now serves on 
that association's Committee on 
Uniform State Laws. 




Jonathan L.F. Silver 

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

Professor Silver received his law 
degree cum laude, was a member 
of the Order of the Coif, and re- 
ceived the Jefferson B. Fordham 
Award. He was chairman of the 
Prison Research Council, a stu- 
dent group aiding indigent pris- 
oners. Following graduation, 
Professor Silver was law clerk to 
Judge William H. Hastie of the 
United States Court of Appeals 
for the Third Circuit (1973-74). 
He was an associate in law at 
Columbia University (1974-75), 
served with the Office of the 
General Counsel, U.S. Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission (1975), 
and has done consulting work 
for the National Academy of Sci- 
ences. Professor 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 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, Profes- 
sor Sterk was managing editor of the Colum- 
bia Law Review. He has served as a visiting 
professor at Columbia Law School. His prima- 
ry areas of interest are conflict of laws, land 
use, and trusts and estates. 




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Katherine Van Wezel Stone 

Associate Professor of Law. B.A., 1970, Radcliffe College; J.D., 1979, Harvard 
University. 

Professor Stone has published, practiced, and lectured extensively in the 
field of labor law. She was associated with 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 labor relations. 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, 
Columbia 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 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, Whar- 
ton & 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. 





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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); asso- 
ciate 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 for 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 mili- 
tary 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. 




Peter Tillers 

Professor Peter Tillers, along 
with David Shum of George Ma- 
son University, has been award- 
ed a National Science Founda- 
tion Grant. His research will 
involve an effort to use diagrams 
and other symbols to represent 
the logical structure of eviden- 
tiary decision making and proof 
processes in litigation. Tillers 
and Schum will publish a series 
of articles on this subject. The 
first paper, "Charting New Ter- 
ritory in Judicial Proof: Beyond 
Wigmore," will be published 
this December in the Cardozo 
Law Review. 



Lawrence A. Vogelman 

Assistant Director, Clinical Legal 
Education. B.A., 1970, Brooklyn Col- 
lege; 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 Soci- 
ety Criminal Defense Division and 
from 1977 to 1979 as associate appel- 
late counsel with the Society's Ap- 
peals Bureau. He is a member of the 
faculty of the National Institute for 
Trial Advocacy; Tom C. Clark Insti- 
tute of Trial Advocacy, Hofstra Uni- 
versity. He is a faculty team leader at 
the Emory University Trial Advocacy 
Program, and has been a frequent 
writer and lecturer on various aspects 
of the criminal justice system, parti- 
culary plea bargaining, sentence re- 
form, eyewitness identification, and 
effective assistance of counsel. He is 
responsible for the yearly updates to 
Sobel's book on eyewitness identifica- 
tion (Clark Boardman). 




Professor Tillers is organizing a 
series of evidence workshops at 
Cardozo during the 1987-88 aca- 
demic year. They are designed to 
promote interdisciplinary re- 
search on evidentiary processes 
in litigation. Forthcoming 
speakers include David Kaye, 
Reid, Hastie, and Lofti Zadeh. 

His lecture at Queen's Universi- 
ty of Belfast will be published in 
the Northern Ireland Law Quar- 
terly this year. He and Eric 
Green are co-editors of a book, 
"Probability and Inference in 
the Law of Evidence: The Uses 
and Limits of Bayesianism", to 
be published early next year by 
D. Reidel Publishing Company. 
His preface, as well as his article 
"Mapping Inferential Domains" 
will be part of the book. 

Professor Tillers has been invit- 
ed to be a Visiting Fellow at Uni- 
versity College Oxford during 
the summer of 1988. He will also 
be a visiting member of the Law 
Faculty of Oxford and he will 
present a paper on theories of 
proof. He is helping organize an 
honors seminar at Oxford. 




Richard H. Weisberg 

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

Professor Weisberg, formerly on the graduate facul- 
ty of the University of Chicago in French and com- 
parative literature (1971-75), has continued his work 
in literary theory since joining the Cardozo faculty 
in 1977. He is the author of The Failure of the Word 
(Yale, 1984) and When Lawyers Write (Little, Brown, 
1987), and of articles in the field of law and litera- 
ture. 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 Endowment for the Hu- 
manities (1972-73). From 1979 to 1986, Professor 
Weisberg was president of the Law and Humanities 
Institute and since 1987 is its chair. In 1983 he 
became chair of the Law and Humanities Section of 
the American Association of Law Schools. He has 
consulted on legal writing skills with private law 
firms, judges, and government agencies. 



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Elliott J. Weiss 

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

Professor Weiss was note and comment editor of 
the Yale Law Journal and a member of the Order 
of the Coif. He was law clerk to Judge Walter 
Pope of the United States Court of Appeals for 
the Ninth Circuit, and an associate with Paul, 
Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York 
City, until becoming attorney-adviser, Agency 
for International Development. 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 Investor Responsibility Research Center. In 
1976-77 he was writer-in-residence at the Conser- 
vation Foundation. He was also a member of the 
SEC's Advisory Committee on Corporate 
Disclosure. 




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. 



Edward A Zelinsky 




Professor of Law. B.A., 1972, M.D., 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 Ze- 
linsky 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 alderman of New Haven. 



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Jonathan A. Bush 

Assistant Professor Jonathan A. Bush re- 
ceived his JD degree from Yale Law 
School. Before joining the faculty of Car- 
dozo, Mr. Bush taught at Brooklyn Law 
School for four years and was concur- 
rently General Counsel to the U.S. Holo- 
caust Memorial Council^ 



Elizabeth B. Clark 

Assistant Professor of Law. B.A., 1976, J.D., 
1980, University of Michigan; M.A., 1983, 
Princeton University; LL.M., 1986, University 
of Wisconsin. 

Professor Clark received her law degree cum 
laude and continued studying in her major 
field of interest, American legal history, re- 
ceiving an M.A. in American history, an 
LL.M. in legal history and currently is com- 
pleting her work for a Ph.D. at Princeton Uni- 
versity in American legal history. Her primary 
areas of interest are Anglo- American legal his- 
tory, family law, property, and women and the 
law. 





Frances Pantaleo 

Assistant Director, Cardozo Bet Tzedek 
Legal Services Clinic. J.D., 1979, New 
York University. 

Professor Pantaleo has worked with Ad- 
vocates for Children of New York and 
the civil division of the Legal Aid Soci- 
ety, spending a year in the Brooklyn Of- 
fice for the Aging. She also teaches a 
course in law to social workers at NYU. 



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Adjunct Faculty 



Peter L. Berger 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.E.E., 1961, City College of New York; J.D., 1966, 
George Washington University. 

Professor Berger majored in electrical engineering at City College, completed 
two years of graduate work in engineering, and went on to earn his J.D. with 
honors at George Washington University, where he served as patent editor of 
The Law Review. He has held positions as patent examiner with the U.S. Patent 
and Trademark Office, patent attorney with Bell Laboratories, and was a mem- 
ber of the adjunct faculty at Seton Hall Law School (1977 to 1983). A member of 
the firm of Levisohn, Lerner, and Berger, he specializes in patent, trademark, 
and copyright law. 




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 company. 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 Association of Publishers, currently 
serves on a number of boards, and is a member of the Library of 
Congress Center for the Book Executive Committee, and core faculty of 
the Stanford University Publishing Institute. 




Harrison J. Goldin 

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



1957, 
Yale 



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 & Ward- 
well, New York City (1963-69), after spend- 
ing 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 
Journal. Prior to that he spent a year as a 
Woodrow Wilson Fellow in the Depart- 
ment of Government at Harvard Universi- 
ty, after his summa cum laude graduation 
from Princeton University. 









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Jeffrey A. Lowin 

djunct Professor of Law, B.A. 
L.B., 1967, Harvard University. 



1964, 



'rofessor Lowin graduated from college 
nagna cum laude and was editor-in- 
:hief of the Harvard Journal on Legisla- 
tion. He is a member of the firm of Gug- 
genheimer & Untermyer, New York 
City. His practice encompasses estate 
taxation, planning, and administration, 
and he is the author of articles on the 
special problems of estate planning for 
art collectors. 



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 intercolle- 
giate 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 assis- 
tant district attorney in Kings 
County, and from 1978 through 
1982 he was an Assistant United 
State Attorney in the Southern Dis- 
trict of New York, Criminal Divi- 
sion. 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 frequent lecturer on trial prac- 
tice and criminal law at various le- 
gal continuing education programs 
and has published a number of ar- 
ticles on these subjects. He current- 
ly serves as a member of the Asso- 
ciation of the Bar of the City of 
New York's Committee on Crimi- 
nal Advocacy. 





William A. Volckhausen 

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

From 1966 to 1968, Professor Volckhausen served 
with the Asia Foundation as program officer for 
programs in legal development in 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 Depart- 
ment, 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 becoming executive 
vice president, general counsel, and secretary to 
the Dime Savings Bank of New York, FSB, in 
1981. 



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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. 
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. 



Vivienne Bath 

Vivienne Bath graduated from the 
Australian National University in 
Canberra, Australia in 1978, with ma- 
jors in Modern and Classical Chinese. 
She received a Bachelor of Laws degree 
from the Australian National Univer- 
sity in 1981 and a Master of Laws 
from Harvard Law School in 1984, 
specializing in Chinese law. In 1976, 
she studied at the Beijing Language 
Institute, Beijing and Fu Dan Univer- 
sity, Shanghai, and in 1979, she stud- 
ied Classical Chinese at the Universi- 
ties of Bonn and Heidelberg. She has 
been employed as a legislative drafts- 
man and as a corporate associate in 
Sydney, Australia and is now em- 
ployed in New York as an associate 
with Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & 
Garrison, working on corporate and 
Chinese matters. 



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. 



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Stephen F. Breitstone 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.S., 1979, New York University; J.D., 
1982, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of 
Law, Yeshiva University. 

Professor Breitstone, after graduating 
from NYU College of Business and 
Public Administration, went on to 
earn his J.D. from Cardozo School of 
Law, where he was a member of Law 
Review. He is currently a tax associate 
with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, where 
he specializes in structuring various 
tax-oriented project financing tech- 
niques for activities such as real estate 
development, manufacturing, com- 
munications, shipping, and power 
production. 



Elliot H. Brown 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.S.J., 1971, 
Northwestern University; J.D., 1975, 
Yale University. 

Senior Partner with Brown & Dobson, 
Professor Brown has published Secu- 
rities Regulations: Federal Laws Gov- 
erning Theatrical Offerings and 
served on the Executive Committee of 
Legitimate Theatre Division of the Fo- 
rum Community of the Entertain- 
ment and Sports Industry of the 
American Bar Association. A former 
reporter for United Press Internation- 
al, he is a member of the Copyright 
Society of the U.S.A. 



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 
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. 



Robert Z. Dobrish 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1962, 
Columbia University; J.D., 1965, New 
York University. 

Professor Dobrish is a partner with 
the firm of Hoffinger Friedland Do- 
brish Bernfeld & Hasen. He is a fellow 
with the American Academy of Matri- 
monial Lawyers, and a member of the 
Matrimonial Law Committees of the 
Association of the Bar of the City of 
New York and New York County 
Lawyers Association. 



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 
United 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. 



Arthur Eizenberg 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law. 
B.A., 1964, Johns Hopkins University; 
J.D., 1968, Cornell University. 

Professor Eisenberg is a staff counsel 
for the New York Civil Liberties 
Union and has served in that capacity 
since 1972. He has extensive litigation 
experience with respect to voting 
rights, race discrimination and First 
Amendment cases. Among the lead- 
ing cases in which he has been in- 
volved are Island Trees School Dis- 
trict v. Pico, 457 U.S. 853 (1982); Belle 
Terre v. Borass, 416 U.S. 1 (1974); and 
Anderson v. Celebrezze, 460 U.S. 780 
(1983). He is co-author of The Rights 
of Candidates and Voters (Avon 
Books, 2d edition, 1980). 



Daniel C. 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. 



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. 



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. 



Joy V. Jones 



Joy V. Jones received her B.A. from 
Sarah Lawrence College and her J.D. 
from NYU and is currently a trustee 
of Sarah Lawrence College. She is a 
partner at Rogers & Wells and spe- 
cializes in real estate syndication and 
finance. 



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. 



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- 



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- 



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Melvin Kraft 

Melvin Kraft is a Counsel to Summit 
Rovins & Feldesman. He is the author 
of "The Presentation of Evidence in 
Arbitration", Trial Evidence in Civil 
Cases, Rev. Ed., 1969; "Using Experts 
in Civil Cases", 2nd Ed., 1982 and has 
completed a chapter entitled "Strate- 
gies in Preparing and Proving the 
Case" for a book to be published by 
American Arbitration Association, 
entitled: "Arbitration of Real Estate 
Valuation Disputes". He is a member 
of the Practice Committee of the 
American Arbitration Association. 

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. 



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Gerard E. Lynch 

Gerard E. Lynch is a Professor of Law 
at Columbia University School of 
Law. He was law clerk to Judge 
Wilfred Feinberg of the U.S. Court of 
Appeals for the Second Circuit and to 
Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. of the 
U.S. Supreme Court and served as As- 
sistant U.S. Attorney, Southern Dis- 
trict of New York, 1980-1983. He has 
also served as consultant to the New 
York Civil Liberties Union and the 
NAACP Legal Defense and Education 
Fund, Inc., and as a member of the 
Committee on Legal Education and 
Admission to the Bar of the Associa- 
tion of the Bar of the City of New 
York. 

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. 



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. 



Eric Rayman 

Professor Rayman is vice president 
and senior counsel of Simon & Schus- 
ter. He began his legal career as an 
associate in the entertainment depart- 
ment at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Whar- 
ton & Garrison. From there he moved 
to Time, Inc. where he was initially 
Home Box Office's chief counsel for 
studio and network operations and 
later counsel to the New York City 
Bar Association Committee on Enter- 
tainment and Sports Law. He has par- 
ticipated in PLI and other legal educa- 
tion seminars and has published 
articles in the New York Law Journal 
and elsewhere on such topics as elec- 
tronic publishing, teletext, and hu- 
man rights in the Soviet Union. 



Daniel Riesel 

Adjunct Professor of Law. B.A., 1958, 
Union College; LL.B., 1961, Columbia 
University. 

Professor Riesel is a member of Sive, 
Paget & Riesel, P.C., engaging in gen- 
eral litigation, criminal defense and 
environmental law. He represents 
such regional environmental public 
interest groups as the Hudson River 
Sloop Clearwater, Inc., as well as rep- 
resenting numerous industries and 
developers. 

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. 

Andrew Schepard 

Adjunct Professor of Law. J.D., 1972, 
Harvard University. 

Professor Schepard was formerly an 
associate professor at Columbia Law 
School where he taught family law, 
professional responsibility and nego- 
tiation theory. He was a consultant to 
the New York State Law Revision 
Resolution Commission's recent Re- 



port on the Child Custody Dispute 
Resolution Process, which recom- 
mended a program of child custody 
mediation for the State, and has writ- 
ten several articles about child custo- 
dy law, procedure, and mediation of 
child custody disputes. He is current- 
ly associated with Pollack & 
Kaminsky. 

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. 

Hugh T. Scogin 

Adjunct Professor of Law. A.M. 1975, 
University of Chicago (Far Eastern 
Languages and Civilizations); J.D., 
1982, Harvard Law School, Associate, 
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, et. al. (N.Y., 
Beijing, Hong Kong). 

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. 

Maria Simpson 

Maria Simpson, a graduate of Michi- 
gan Law School, is presently a public 
interest lawyer with Lawyers for the 
Public Interest. She was previously in 
private practice specializing in litiga- 
tion regarding intellectual property 
including cases involving video game 
trademarks and the suit brought by 
the Pasteur Institute against the U.S. 
government regarding French scien- 
tific research on AIDS. 

Jonathan L. Sulds 

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 
course on immigration law. 



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Dean Monroe E. Price (left) and the final round bench for the 1988 
Benjamin N. Cardozo-BMI National Entertainment/Communica- 
tions Law Moot Court Competition. From left to right: Hon. John M. 
Walker, Jr. (SDNY); Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg (D.C. Cir.); and Hon. 
Alex Kozinski (9th Cir.). 



Cardozo's 1987-88 National Moot Court Competition Team at the 
National Rounds. From right: Robert Lippman, Robyn Grabelsky, 
Issaac Jaroslawicz. 




National Trial Team receiving Regional Championship Award from 
the New York State Bar Association. 



Lisa Mattaway, Best Oralist in the 1988 Paulsen Competition, ad- 
dressing the Final Round Bench. 




1988 National Trial Team (1 to r) Jeff Silverman, Larry Vogelman, 
Andrew Farber, Elissa Garber, David Beilin, Issaac Jaroslawicz 



The final arguments in the 1988 Cardozo-BMI National Entertain- 
ment/Communications Law Moot Court Competition. 



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Last Rejection Letter 



Cardozo Third-Year Student 
New York, New York 
December 1, 1988 



Hiring Partner 
Important Law Firm 
New York, NY 

To whom it may concern, 

I very much enjoyed meeting with you some weeks ago. You made a very favorable impression on me, 
and I was impressed with you as a person as well as your firm's credentials. 

As I am sure you can appreciate, I have interviewed with an extraordinary number of highly qualified 
firms. The task of choosing from among them is a difficult one, but as I am limited in the number of 
offers I can accept, I decline offers from many qualified candidates. Unfortunately, I do not believe it 
would be mutually beneficial to pursue further discussions with you at this time. 

I appreciate your interest in me and the time you took to meet with me. Good luck in your careers — I 
wish you much success in finding someone to your liking, and I am certain you will all excel in your 
future endeavors. If it later appears that I will be able to consider a position with your firm, I will be in 
touch with you. 

Later, 

Ben Cardozo 



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THE WHITE HOUSE 

WASHINGTON 

April 15, 1988 



To the 1988 Graduates of 

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law: 

It is a pleasure to join your families, friends, and 
professors in extending congratulations to you on your 
graduation from law school. 

One of our greatest Founding Fathers, James Madison, 
once wrote, ". . .a people who mean to be their own 
Governors must arm themselves with the power which 
knowledge gives." Thomas Jefferson referred to much 
the same idea when he swore his "eternal hostility against 
every form of tyranny over the mind of man." On this 
occasion I urge you to use the knowledge you have gained 
through higher education to strengthen not only our own 
free society, but to promote the spread of freedom and 
justice for all. Our century has taught us lessons, all 
too many of them bitter ones, about wisdom as the key to 
liberty. To keep our heritage alive, our first labor must 
be to understand it. 

Once again, congratulations. Nancy and I send you our 
best wishes for every happiness. God bless you, and God 
bless America. 



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The City of New York 

Office of the Mayor 

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To the Class of 1988: 

On behalf of the City of New York, I am pleased to 
extend my congratulations to you as your Graduation Day 
approaches . 

This is a special event in your lives, and -- as you 
are the 10th graduating class -- it is a special event in the 
life of the Cardozo School of Law too. The name of Benjamin N. 
Cardozo will forever be synonymous with the highest levels of 
legal scholarship, with the guest for egual justice under law, 
and with respect for democratic values. You inherit guite a 
legacy, and will be the carriers of a tradition of excellence. 

As new lawyers, you will soon be seeing our rights as 
American Citizens not as the theory of the classroom but as the 
reality of the courtroom. May that experience prove as 
satisfying in your lives and careers as it did in mine. 

Sincerely, ,.- 



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Dear Bert, 

Your Fine Character And 
Excellent Academic Achievements 
Will Surely Pave The Road To 
Happiness And Success In The 
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Congratulations, Sheri Goldberg! 

We Are Proud To Welcome You As 

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To Our Dear Son And Brother, 

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Like A Sparkling Star You Make The 
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Acknowledgements 

Thanks to all those who have contributed their time and 
energy into making this yearbook a reality. To Peter and 
Ira for their countless hours as shutterbugs, and Isaac for 
his continued support and ingenious fundraising. To 
Mike Cannon, our eternal gratitude for his endless pa- 
tience and guidance. Last, but not least, a special thanks 
to Sheri and Martha who took on this monster when no 
one else would. Photos and copy on pp. 18-22 provided by 
Yeshiva University Public Relations. 



Specifications 

176 pages; 325 copies; type style: Palatino and Palatino Bold. 
Res Nova is published by the Cardozo 1988 Yearbook Commit- 
tee, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10003. Printed by Jostens 
Printing and Publishing Division, 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. 

® 1988 by The Cardozo 1988 Yearbook Committee "Law Stu- 
dents" © 1988 by Peter C. Richter 



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