Patrick Burke was recognized by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law as it expands the Cardozo Data Law Initiative (CDLI) in its second year. Burke is a Founding Director of CDLI providing key leadership in its inaugural year and will continue to play an active role in the future of the CDLI Board.
Cardozo School of Law, the law school that created the Innocence Project, is continuing its tradition of legal innovation by expanding the Cardozo Data Law Initiative
(CDLI), a groundbreaking project that prepares law students for the 21st Century practice of law in the digital world while expanding Cardozo’s contribution to legal thought leadership. Dean Melanie Leslie announced a new data law concentration at the law school, new courses, and expanded business opportunities for student externships. You can read more here
“As technology continues to produce sweeping changes in society at large, the legal and business challenges have become more complex and urgent,” said Patrick Burke, Founding Director of CDLI. “Cardozo lawyers will have the tools and expertise to be leaders in these fields.”
Launched in 2014, the Cardozo Data Law Initiative
provides students at the law school with the theoretical coursework, the practical training, and real-world exposure necessary for success in the rapidly growing field of data law. You can read more about CDLI here