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In this issue of Cardozo Life, six Cardozo graduates are profiled, representing an impressive range and depth of experience. Cardozo's growing reputation in this area is due, in no small part, to the successes of our graduates. Of course, our faculty and their scholarship in this field is significant as well. Prof David Rudenstine, who organized with Professors Marci Hamilton and Daniel Shapiro a conference on art and cultural property law, also held in April, has been researching the legality of Lord Elgin's taking of sculptures from the Parthenon in Athens. His findings are published in an article that is exerpted here. The Justices conference, the establishment of the Floersheimer Center, and the placement of our alumni in the highest echelons of their fields are indicative of the maturation of Cardozo, a law school that is making its mark in legal education, both here and abroad.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, "2000 Cardozo Life (Summer)" (2000). Cardozo Life. 9.