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A conversation with five Fordham Law professors about tax law.
She also answered questions from students during a Q&A earlier in the day.
Fordham Law Professor Emerita Maria L. Marcus was presented with an award for her decades of service as a legal educator.
Fordham Law's dean and the former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York discussed recent challenges to democracy in America.
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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Catherine Powell on women in leadership roles
Tanya Hernández on multiracials and civil rights
Rebecca Kysar on tax games
Leah Hill on family advocacy clinic partnership
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