Contact Us

Mailing Address, Telephone, Email

Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street, Suite LL-100
New York, NY 10023

Telephone: (212) 636-6926 (Main Office), (212) 636-7602 (Resource Library)
Facsimile: (212) 636-7852

CPC Main Office Hours

Monday - Friday 10:00am-6:00pm

Students and alumni are welcome to schedule counseling appointments by calling 212-636-6926. In addition, the CPC maintains drop-in hours for students and alumni with quick questions (15 min. maximum). Students and alumni may visit the CPC Main Office or call the main number 15 minutes prior to the start of a drop-in hour to schedule a time to speak with a counselor.

Evening Students

During the Fall and Spring semesters a counselor is available for appointments on Wednesdays until 6:30pm.

Drop-In Hours

Monday to Thursday
12:00-1:00pm; 1:00-2:00pm; 2:00-3:00pm; 3:00-4:00pm; and 5:00-6:00pm

Resource Library Hours

The CPC also has a Resource Library which houses job search books, computers, a copier, a Pharos printer and fax machine. The Resource Library is staffed by our Resource Librarian who is happy to assist students and alumni with their job search needs.

Monday to Friday (10:00am - 6:00pm)
Wednesday (10:00am - 6:30pm, during the Fall and Spring Semesters)

Summer 2016

From Monday, May 2 to Friday, August 19 2016, the CPC Main Office and the Resource Library are open Monday - Friday from 10am-6pm. FordhamLaw School and CPC are closed on the following dates: Monday July 4, FridayJuly 8, Friday July 15, Friday July 22, Friday July 29, Friday August 5 andFriday August 12.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Career Planning Center is to empower and support the J.D. students and J.D. alumni of Fordham Law in their career-related endeavors. The CPC fulfills its mission by providing effective guidance and counseling to J.D. students and J.D. alumni so that they may engage in meaningful job searches, develop as professionals, and make informed career-related choices leading to long-term career satisfaction. To accomplish these goals, members of the career planning staff begin their relationship with J.D. students in mid-October of the first year and are available to them throughout their careers.

Core Values


The CPC abides by the strictest level of confidentiality in all of its interactions with students and other members of the community.


A commitment to providing exceptional service in a welcoming, respectful environment. We strive for continuous improvement in our performance, measuring results carefully, and ensuring that integrity and respect for people are never compromised.


We demand of ourselves and others the highest ethical standards, and our services and programs will be of the highest quality.


We recognize that the students are the cornerstone of the Fordham Law School Community and expect that all members of the CPC will treat students and other members of the community with respect and dignity. The CPC respects the uniqueness and diversity of each individual student.

Customer Focus

The students are our customers. We are deeply committed to meeting the needs of our customers, and we constantly focus on customer satisfaction.


All students, alumni, administration, faculty and employers are treated with the utmost professionalism in all interactions with the CPC. We are the professional face of the Law School and strive to produce a product that meets that standard.


We know that success means we must work together. The CPC pursues a productive work environment through open communication, mutual respect, consideration and teamwork.