Join us after participating in the Vis Moot at this private event hosted by Cardozo Law School, and the law firms of Paragon Advocacy and Gassauer-Fleissner Rechtsanwälte GmbH. You will meet other law students from around the world and have an opportunity to learn about Cardozo Law's Dispute Resolution and Advocacy LL.M. degree and hear about the strength of our DRA program from our talented delegates.
You’ll have other opportunities to meet us during the Vis Moot as well. Please visit us at the Cardozo Law School networking table at:
We'd love to share information about our program, answer your questions, and get to know you.
Stephen Wah is an adjunct professor of law and a managing associate in the New York office of Pasich LLP. He has litigated in New York and federal courts, representing clients in a wide range of complex coverage disputes, including first and third-party claims, insurance broker liability, directors and officers liability, and bad faith litigation. Stephen has also recovered millions of dollars in wrongfully denied insurance proceeds and related damages for policyholders. Stephen has been named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers for Insurance Coverage from 2021-2023.
An International Case Manager at Sport Resolutions in London, Xènia Campàs Gené currently serves as Kukin Program LL.M. Fellow and assists the Kukin Program team to further develop the LL.M. in Dispute Resolution and Advocacy. Xènia graduated from ESADE Law School (Barcelona) with degrees in both Law and Business Administration in 2021 and obtained an LL.M. in International Sports Law Practice there. After becoming a qualified lawyer in Spain, she then obtained an LL.M. in Dispute Resolution and Advocacy from Cardozo School of Law.
Cardozo is committed to fostering a culture of problem-solving and building the next generation of lawyers who can skillfully use dispute resolution in service of their clients and society. Our Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution is one of the earliest dispute resolution programs in the U.S. The devoted professors are high-level practitioners and thought leaders who teach four DR clinics that feature the latest in theory and practice innovations. Our vibrant Cardozo dispute resolution community— exceptional students from around the world and alumni— enjoys theoretical study, intensive skills training, clinical work, externships, and scholarship opportunities.
Vis participants interested in Cardozo’s LL.M. program can apply for a merit-based scholarship to the Cardozo LL.M. program. Qualified, full-time candidates who begin their studies in the Fall and Spring terms and have demonstrated superior academic achievements may apply.
Information about financial aid for international students is here.