Fordham Law launched its schoolwide Access to Justice Initiative and welcomed the National Center for Access to Justice to the School on October 19.
Judge Guido Calabresi received the Fordham-Stein Prize at the annual Stein dinner. Beforehand, he met with students to talk about his experiences as scholar, professor, dean, and judge.
Members of this year’s incoming LL.M. class have sprinted in Olympic trials, litigated high-value cases before international courts, and volunteered on a presidential campaign.
Fashion Law Institute files amicus brief in Supreme Court case with cheerleader uniforms at center.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg enthralled a capacity audience of more than 300 as part of the Robert L. Levine Distinguished Lecture Series.
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.
Hear professors talk about their exciting work
Explore what sets Fordham Law apart
Read the magazine of Fordham Law School
Connecting the people of Fordham Law
Learn about Fordham Law's iconic new building
Connect with Fordham Law
Read ABA Required Disclosures