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Rise Up Together

The Campaign for Cardozo School of Law
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Since 1976, the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law has been an innovator in legal education, producing exceptional lawyers committed to their clients and making the world a better place.

That pioneering spirit has helped Cardozo become nationally recognized for excellence. Your gift will ensure the success of future generations of leaders in the law, building upon our proud traditions. 

Cardozo

Creates

  • Leaders in all fields of the law.

    Cardozo graduates are game changers in the legal field and serve as role models for current students.

  • Faculty with impact influencing legal debate.

    Cardozo’s renowned faculty members are passionate and devoted teachers whose published work and media appearances generate meaningful change.

  • Lawyers who represent the most vulnerable in the fight for justice.

    The Innocence Project, founded at Cardozo, has brought freedom to hundreds of wrongfully convicted members of society.

Without

Cardozo

  • William Greenblatt
    We couldn’t expand our network of valuable connections.

    "I give to Cardozo because I am incredibly thankful to this institution for providing me with a top-class legal education in the business capital of the world. The Rise Up for Cardozo Campaign will support scholarships for students funded by our committed and generous community so that they can reach their full potential as legal students."

     

    William M. Greenblatt '82
    Chairman, Montague Street Capital 

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    "Whether it’s co-chairing the Cardozo Women alumni group, supporting the scholarships provided by Black Asian and Latino Law Students Association Group or working with the Summer Law Institute to introduce underserved New York City students to the law, investing in the Cardozo community is how we pay it forward and create the next generation of leaders and a stronger Cardozo community."

     

    Parvin Aminolroaya '08
    Partner, Seeger Weiss LLP

  • Kristen and John

    "We met at Cardozo through the Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA). LALSA was an integral part of our law school experience, and the Black Asian Latino Law Student Alumni group (BALLSA) continues to be a large part of our lives. Cardozo is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity in the legal profession and we support those efforts by donating to the BALLSA Scholarship Fund."

     

    Kristen Ramos '14
    Real Estate Attorney


    Jon English '13
    Senior Associate, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius 

    Kristen and John

THROUGH YOUR GENEROSITY WE CAN:

Advance our reputation through our three campaign priorities
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Support Students

With your support, we can provide scholarships for students, especially those from historically marginalized groups, so that they can reach their full potential.

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Hire Exceptional Faculty

We must continue to retain renowned faculty and attract the best faculty in the world.

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Improve Our Campus

Help us launch new renovation projects to improve our facilities.

Campaign Progress

$31,000,000 CURRENT TOTAL
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Give to Cardozo

Students come to Cardozo to receive an unparalleled legal education in the heart of New York City. When you give, you empower students who are passionate about representing Cardozo in the profession. You proudly invest in the value of your own degree. Gifts of all sizes matter, and we are deeply appreciative.

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"For nearly 50 years, Cardozo has launched the careers of leaders in all fields of law. We have risen to fantastic heights, and we are still rising. Your contribution helps strengthen our vision for the future and establishes a legacy of excellence."

-Melanie Leslie, Dean and Samuel Belkin Professor of Law

“We teach our students to think about and solve global legal and business issues. Through our programs, students deepen their understanding of legal practices in the United States while serving clients all over the world. Our graduates have built successful careers upon strong, universal foundations that promote honor, integrity and care in the legal profession. I am honored to play a role in educating the lawyers of tomorrow.”

-Dr. Ari Berman, President of Yeshiva University

FAQ

  • There are many ways to participate in the campaign:

    • Online: You can make a gift right now by credit card through our secure campaign website at cardozo.yu.edu/give. On the site, you can designate a one-time gift, schedule gift payments or make a recurring gift.
    • Phone: If you would prefer to provide credit card details by phone, contact Cardozo’s Office of Institutional Advancement at 646.592.6880.
    • Mail: You can send gifts to the Campaign for Cardozo to: Cardozo School of Law, P.O. Box 21801, New York, NY 10087-1801.
  • Our Federal Tax I.D. Number is 13-1624225. This can be used on any tax forms requiring documentation of donations to a 501(c)(3) organization.

  • Make checks payable to Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

  • If you would like to make a planned gift (such as a bequest, annuity, trust or other planned giving vehicle), please contact Nancy Kominsky, Director of Stewardship and Foundation Relations, at kominsky@yu.edu or (646) 592-6874.

  • If you make your gift online, you can choose to dedicate your gift by clicking on “My gift is in honor/memory.” This will open a dialogue box where you can let us know whom this gift recognizes and provide information to notify someone of your tribute.

  • A recurring gift allows you to make a significant annual contribution through smaller monthly installments. When you select “recurring gift” in the payment frequency section, we will charge your credit card monthly until you ask us to stop. It’s a simple, automatic way to support Cardozo that helps ensure a steady, reliable source of funding.

  • You can check with your company's Human Resources office to see it offers gift matching. If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, complete and sign it, and mail it to Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, P.O. Box 21801, New York, NY 10087-1801. We’ll do the rest.

  • Please contact Cardozo’s Office of Institutional Advancement at cardozofund@yu.edu or 646.592.6880.

  • Absolutely! Send your question to [INSERT EMAIL] and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Get in Touch

Have a specific gift in mind? Or a question about Cardozo's vision? Let’s work together to build a better Cardozo.

Email cardozofund@yu.edu or call us at 646.592.6850.