Fordham’s experiential learning program expands with two new leaders and a renewed sense of innovation.
"The victims were, in life, neither solely identified by their ethnicity nor the fact they were gay and lesbian. They were both,” said Professor Tanya Hernandez.
Robin Lenhardt does not sit idly by in the face of inequality.
Students in the Criminal Defense Clinic won a not-guilty verdict for a client facing up to a year in prison.
The four-day, interactive course will teach law students the main principles and rules central to professional legal practice.
Fundamentals needed for you to solve complex problems in the world of business.
A solid substantive grounding in the laws dealing with art, inventions, and information goods and services.
For legal practice in multilateral institutions, government agencies, NGOs, law firms, and private sector work.
Skills to expertly resolve disputes both in and outside the courtroom.
Prepares you to fight injustice and to help empower and advocate for communities.
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