Cardozo School of Law – Yeshiva University

Located on four campuses in New York City, Yeshiva University, which was founded in 1886, is a major national research university with the mission of combining scholarship about contemporary civilization and ancient traditions of Jewish law and life. At the undergraduate level, students follow a dual curriculum, studying a full program of liberal arts, sciences, and business while taking a full core of Jewish studies. The University's graduate schools, which include schools of medicine, law, social work, psychology, and education, as well as a theological seminary, emphasize Jewish ethics and principles. As well as teaching and conducting academic and scientific research, Yeshiva University issues publications, and sponsors service and outreach projects. The university has nearly 7,000 students, including 2,798 undergraduates, from 38 states and 55 countries. They are taught by 4,714 full- and part-time faculty and have the use of six major libraries.