CRI-Cardozo is a student division of CRI founded by 2010 Cardozo graduates Danielle Goldstein and Benjamin Ryberg. CRI-Cardozo has over 40 student members and is dedicated to raising awareness about human rights abuses against children, both within the law school and legal communities, as well as exploring legal actions against state and non-state party violators. CRI-Cardozo is specifically focused on combating the global exploitation of children as human bombs, child soldiers and human shields, and has been mobilized to help defend these children's rights against any and all parties violating them, including their communities, their governments, their media, and even their families. CRI-Cardozo is fighting for those children's fundamental human rights, focusing on no specific religion or nationality.
Danielle Goldstein, co-founder and co-president of CRI-Cardozo
Danielle Goldstein is a third-year law student at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Danielle is the Co-President and Co-Founder of the school's Children's Rights Institute chapter. Danielle graduated from New York University where she received an Associates degree and Bachelor of Arts in History and Journalism. While at New York University, Danielle volunteered for the Peer Health Exchange, a group that selects and trains volunteers to teach New York City high school students a comprehensive health curriculum. Danielle worked at the Law Offices of Dominic A. Barabara in Long Island as an intern.
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Ben Ryberg, co-founder and co-president of CRI-Cardozo
Ben Ryberg is a third-year law student at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Ben serves as co-president and co-founder of the school's Children's Rights Institute chapter and is a member of the Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law. After completing his first year, Ben interned at The Blanch Law Firm, a criminal defense firm in Manhattan. Prior to law school, Ben received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan where he double-majored in Economics and Organizational Studies.
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Flora diMonda, Vice-President of Press and Publicity
Flora diMonda is a second-year law student at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Flora is the Vice President of CRI-Cardozo's Press Committee and is a member of Cardozo's Arts and Entertainment Law Journal. Flora graduated from McGill University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in History. After completing her first year of law school, Flora was a judicial intern at the New York Supreme Court, Commercial Division. She is currently interning at a small record label in Manhattan. Prior to coming to law school, she worked as a songwriter and performer.
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