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Car·do·zo

 (kär-dō′zō), Benjamin Nathan 1870-1938.
American jurist and writer who served as an associate justice of the US Supreme Court (1932-1938).

Car•do•zo

(kɑrˈdoʊ zoʊ)

n.
Benjamin Nathan, 1870–1938, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1932–38.
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Although he clerked on Israel's Supreme Court and practiced law in the country in the 1980s, he's been a professor in the US since 2004, and taught at Cardozo, Yeshiva University's law school, until switching to Brooklyn Law in 2016.
Libertad have since strengthened their squad with the arrivals of international veterans Oscar Cardozo and Paulo Da Silva, who have both travelled to Argentina but may only be among the substitutes.
Located in a building known as The Alabama one block from Yeshiva's Benjamin Cardozo School of Law on an idyllic block of 11th Street between 5th Avenue and University Place the units have primarily housed Cardozo students since 1997.
He has written for numerous publications, including the Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal, LexisNexis' Lexis Practice Advisor, Mashable, and the New York Enterprise Report.
Attorney General Eduardo Cardozo, the government's top lawyer, asked the Supreme Court to annul impeachment proceedings, his office said.
Paraguay striker Oscar Cardozo is Trabzon's key man, the fourth-most prolific scorer in the league thus far.
In successive events at Bates Middle School in Maryland (February 4) and Cardozo Education Campus in Washington, D.C.
Cardozo School of Law in 2005, and was the executive director of the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution.