The Cardozo Society

The final cause of law is the welfare of society.

- Benjamin Cardozo

About the Cardozo Society:

The Cardozo Society is the Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County’s affinity group for legal professionals and law students.

 

Launched in 2017, the objectives of the Cardozo Society include: providing network and referral opportunities, offering programming and continuing legal education events, creating opportunities for community service, fostering connections to the legal community in Israel, and increasing support for the Federation among legal professionals.

 

Membership to the Cardozo Society is open to all legal professionals and law students who contribute a minimum annual gift of $360 (or, in the case of those under the age of 35, a minimum annual gift of $180) to the Federation’s annual campaign.

 

Cardozo Society Co-Chairs: 

Michael Kliegman & Jonathan Orell

 

Cardozo Society Steering Committee Members: 

Marc Sandy Block, Deborah Hochhauser, Mark Kirsch, Neil Lippman, Julia Marx, John Paul, and Ed Smolka

 

For more information on the Cardozo Society, contact Janet Wainright: (203) 226-8198 / jwainright@jewishphilanthropyct.org.

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