Cardozo, didn't think about applying here until I visited the school and loved it.
What impressed you about it so much? I'm pretty intrigued by Cardozo and would love to hear a third-party perspective on it.
It just seems to be a very genuine school. I toured NYLS, Cardozo, and Fordham in one day and Cardozo is the only one I decided to apply to. The students just didn't seem to care at NYLS, it felt like a high class boarding school or a very small undergraduate institution. The library was also unimpressive. Fordham, the students seemed to be very cutthroat and intense.
The students at Cardozo seemed to be more relaxed, and the studying that was going on seemed to be somewhat intensive, yet calm at the same time. Though I don't follow Judaism (despite being born to a Jewish family), I like how the library follows the Jewish calendar - closed on Saturdays (the sabbath). It forces students to take a night off from studying intensively and just mellow out. It's basically the law school telling you to go out at least one night per week and enjoy yourself.
As someone who goes to a state school, which spans across 7 towns and 5 different campuses, I like how the law school is constricted to one building like the other New York schools. Its location is also great. The facilities and moot court look great - all the classrooms are above ground, and it just seems like a well-formed school. Needless to say, I was impressed and would consider attending if I get accepted....with a bit of a scholarship.