The Cardozo Blockchain Project is an initiative from Cardozo Law School that seeks to address the legal issues and challenges related to Blockchain technol

The Cardozo Blockchain Project is an initiative from Cardozo Law School that seeks to address the legal issues and challenges related to Blockchain technol

The Religious Right Fought to Overcome Campaign Limits and Now Fights to Shield Donations from Public Disclosure. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton discusses the recent push by certain organizations to increase their political spending while remaining anonymous.

Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton discusses the recent push by certain organizations to increase their political spending while remaining anonymous.

The 2016 RFRA Decline Cardozo Law professor Marci Hamilton explains why the pace of new state Religious Freedom Restoration Acts is slower in 2016 than in previous years. Hamilton points out that to pass these bills, legislators have to not only advocate for discrimination, but also for child endangerment—hard policies to sell.

The 2016 RFRA Decline Is Due to the Difficulty of Selling Discrimination and Child Endangerment as Good Policy

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Ryan Bloch Graduated from Cardozo law and is president at Body Cosmetica. After attending Cardozo School of Law and passing the bar exam, Ryan Bloch went into.

Drug War Symposium, Cardozo Law School, NYC – 3/13 | “The War on Drugs: Working Toward a Ceasefire,” this Wednesday 3/13 at Cardozo Law School in NYC.

I am presenting at a symposium, "The War on Drugs: Working Toward a Ceasefire," this Wednesday at Cardozo Law School in NYC. The event includes a.

Who Is Afraid of Justice for Child Sex Abuse Victims, and Who Is Fighting for It? Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton comments on developments in States across the nation regarding abolishing the statute of limitations on child sex abuse.

Who Is Afraid of Justice for Child Sex Abuse Victims, and Who Is Fighting for It? Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton comments on developments in States across the nation regarding abolishing the statute of limitations on child sex abuse.

Justia columnist and Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton contends that Catholic and evangelical leaders are waging a new war against the use of contraception, enlisting public relations experts, lobbyists, and lawyers, despite the fact that very large majorities of Americans support contraception.

Although it boasts that abortion represents only “three percent” of its overall activities, abortions and potentially abortion-inducing services account for nearly one-third of all Planned Parenthood's services.

In Defense of Justice Scalia on Religious Liberty.  Cardozo Law professor Marci Hamilton discusses the Court’s decision in Employment Div. v. Smith, in which Justice Scalia wrote for the majority holding that a law is constitutional under the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment if it is facially neutral and generally applied. Hamilton lauds the decision as striking the right balance between liberty and harm, and betwee

In Defense of Justice Scalia on Religious Liberty and Smith

Constitutional Curiosities at the Supreme Court in the Same-Sex Marriage Cases. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton assesses the different arguments presented during this week’s oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in the same-sex marriage cases.

Constitutional Curiosities at the Supreme Court in the Same-Sex Marriage Cases. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton assesses the different arguments presented during this week’s oral arguments before the U. Supreme Court in the same-sex marriage cases.

The 2012 Democratic Party Platform: Religion, Women, and Children. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton continues her two-part series on the Republican and Democratic Party Platforms.

The 2012 Democratic Party Platform: Religion, Women, and Children. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton continues her two-part series on the Republican and Democratic Party Platforms.

Donald Trump and the Need for Civil, Accurate Discourse Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton argues that Donald Trump and his extreme comments illustrate the need for civil, accurate discourse, rather than blunderbuss and showmanship.

Donald Trump and the Need for Civil, Accurate Discourse Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton argues that Donald Trump and his extreme comments illustrate the need for civil, accurate discourse, rather than blunderbuss and showmanship.

The Federal Government Turns Its Focus to Sexual Assault on Campus. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton comments on the topic of college campus sexual assault, which is disturbingly frequent—so much so that the Obama Administration is now focusing on it.

The Federal Government Turns Its Focus to Sexual Assault on Campus. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton comments on the topic of college campus sexual assault, which is disturbingly frequent—so much so that the Obama Administration is now focusing on it.

The Question of Whether — And If So, How — a Town Board May Open Its Meetings With Prayer. Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton discusses a church/state case that the Supreme Court has recently taken up, which concerns the question whether a town board may constitutionally open its meetings with prayer.

The Supreme Court Takes the Case of Town of Greece v. Galloway, Which Raises the Questions Whether—And If So, How—a Town Board May Open Its Meetings With Prayer

Justia columnist and Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton comments on the beginning of the trial of Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach and Second Mile founder who is accused of having sexually molested numerous boys who trusted him.

Judge overturns rape verdict because the victim “didn’t behave like a victim” “Nor did [the perpetrator] behave like someone who had recently perpetrated a series of violent crimes," he wrote

Justia columnist and Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton comments on recent events regarding the Philadelphia Archdiocese and clergy child sex abuse.

Justia columnist and Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton comments on recent events regarding the Philadelphia Archdiocese and clergy child sex abuse.

Cardozo law professor Marci Hamilton celebrates the ten-year anniversary of the groundbreaking 2005 Grand Jury Report on Child Sex Abuse in the Philadelphia Archdiocese. She argues that while that document pales in comparison to the Australian Commission’s report on abuse in that country, it is still hugely significant and should serve as the benchmark for responsible prosecutorial initiative on clergy sex abuse in the United States.

On the Tenth Anniversary of the 2005 Philadelphia Grand Jury Report on Child Sex Abuse in the Archdiocese

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