CLUBS AT FORDHAM
Amani Students for Fair Trade
Run by Director of GSB Service Learning, Kate Combellick, Ph. D., the heart of the program is the Fair Trade and Microfinance Consulting Project. Through this effort, a select group of students hone their business acuity through hands on sales, inventory, accounting and marketing of close to 100 products from artisan groups in developing countries like Kenya. The students meet these artisans during overseas trips and then bring back the products, which are then offered by their ISL company, called Amani, which means “peace” in Swahili.
Environmental Law Advocates
The aim of this organization is to provide students at Fordham University School of Law with an opportunity to become involved with issues of environmental concern both on- and off-campus. Our goals are to provide students with an opportunity for activism in a legal capacity, to educate the Fordham community with regard to pressing environmental issues, to provide students with enjoyable activities that expose them to the natural world, and to create a forum that will meet the evolving needs and interests of the students this organization serves.
The Fordham Environmental Law Review is a student-edited journal focusing on a broad range of domestic and international environmental issues ranging from the regulation of air, water, and soil pollution to social policy issues such as corporate responsibility and environmental racism.