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Tenth Annual Commencement Exercises, Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law Jun 1988

Tenth Annual Commencement Exercises, Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law

Pre-2019 Commencement Programs

Order of Exercises

Processional:

Herbert C. Dobrinsky, Vice President for University Affairs; Herald

Egon Brenner, Executive Vice President; Chief Marshal

Presiding:

Norman Lamm, President

Israel Miller, Senior Vice President

The National Anthem:

Cantor Sherwood Goffin, Lincoln Square Synagogue, New York, New York

Invocation:

Rabbi J. Shelley Applbaum, Moriah School, Englewood, New Jersey

Welcome:

Monroe E. Price, Dean

Commencement Address:

The Honorable David N. Dinkins, President, Borough of Manhattan, New York City

Conferring of Degrees:

Dean Price

Musical Interlude

Remarks:

Dr. Miller

Jacob Burns, Chairman, Board of Directors, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Alumni Greetings:

Rhonda Weingarten, Class of 1983 …


1988 Cslife (Spring), Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law Apr 1988

1988 Cslife (Spring), Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law

Cardozo Life

Table of Contents:

Burns Institute Established, page 1

T. Boone Pickens to Speak at Heyman Seminar, page 1

New Associate Dean Appointed, page 2

IOLA Grant to Cardozo, page 2

Moot Court Team Moves On To Finals, page 2

The Important Role of Adjunct Faculty, page 3

Three-Day Conference on Hegel, page 4

New Faculty Profiles, page 4

New This Spring, page 4

Cardozo Entertainment Moot Court Competition: To Focus on “Offensive But Not Obscene” and “Sound Sampling”, page 5

Mediation Clinic Volunteers Among Those Honored at State Supreme Court, page 5

Alumni News, page 6

Faculty News, page 6 …


Terrorism On The High Seas: The Achille Lauro, Piracy And The Imo Convention On Maritime Safety, Malvina Halberstam Apr 1988

Terrorism On The High Seas: The Achille Lauro, Piracy And The Imo Convention On Maritime Safety, Malvina Halberstam

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1988-1989, Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law Jan 1988

1988-1989, Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law

Student Handbooks

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1988-1989, Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law Jan 1988

1988-1989, Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law

Cardozo Bulletin

Contents:

About Cardozo School of Law, p. 5

Jacob Burns Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, p. 6

Student Life, p. 12

Dr. Lillian and Dr. Rebecca Chutick Law Library, p. 12

Awards and Honors, p. 16

The Class of 1990, p. 17

Purpose and History, p. 18

Admissions, Requirements, and Finances, p. 23

Ethical Standards, p. 30

Leadership, p. 31

Faculty, p. 35

Course Descriptions and Indexes, p. 53

Honor Roll, p. 79

General Information, p. 83


Reexamining Intellectual Property Concepts: A Glimpse Into The Future Through The Prism Of Chakrabarty, Monroe E. Price Jan 1988

Reexamining Intellectual Property Concepts: A Glimpse Into The Future Through The Prism Of Chakrabarty, Monroe E. Price

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Introduction, Monroe E. Price Jan 1988

Introduction, Monroe E. Price

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Justice Brennan, The Constitution, And Modern American Liberalism, David Rudenstine Jan 1988

Justice Brennan, The Constitution, And Modern American Liberalism, David Rudenstine

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Judicial Discretion, Or The Self On The Shelf, Richard H. Weisberg Jan 1988

Judicial Discretion, Or The Self On The Shelf, Richard H. Weisberg

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Nonrefundable Retainers: Impermissible Under Fiduciary, Statutory And Contract Law, Lester Brickman, Lawrence A. Cunningham Jan 1988

Nonrefundable Retainers: Impermissible Under Fiduciary, Statutory And Contract Law, Lester Brickman, Lawrence A. Cunningham

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Since the New York Court of Appeals banned nonrefundable retainers, numerous other courts have joined in prohibiting this widespread practice of lawyers charging a fee for services in advance and keeping the fee even if the services are not performed. This may reflect increased judicial recognition of the effect of egregious fee practices on the image of the bar and the role such practices play in the declining esteem in which the legal profession is held. Among the more provocative contributors to this ongoing debate, Professor Steven Lubet recently reviewed our work advocating the ban against nonrefundable retainers and posed …


The Tax Treatment Of Qualified Plans: A Classic Defense Of The Status Quo, Edward A. Zelinsky Jan 1988

The Tax Treatment Of Qualified Plans: A Classic Defense Of The Status Quo, Edward A. Zelinsky

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The current tax treatment of qualified pension and profit sharing plans has been criticized by commentators as an unfair and expensive tax expenditure. In this Article, Professor Zelinsky challenges this characterization and defends the current treatment of qualified plans on the ground that it is at least as attractive as its alternatives and superior to many of them. After evaluating the current treatment and the alternatives under the criteria of measurability, administrability, liquidity, equity, and simplicity, Professor Zelinsky concludes that the present treatment of qualified plans can be viewed as an acceptable part of a normative income tax.


Judicial Process As An Empirical Study: A Comment On Justice Brennan’S Essay, Charles M. Yablon Jan 1988

Judicial Process As An Empirical Study: A Comment On Justice Brennan’S Essay, Charles M. Yablon

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