Marking the 50th anniversary of the amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the archive includes personal correspondence and other materials from John Feerick.
Fordham Law alumni and faculty write the manual on labor and employment law.
A conversation with six Fordham Law professors about civil rights.
Alex Mintz and Emerson Argueta, two students with Fordham Law’s Immigration Advocacy Project, speak about helping Central American mothers prepare for a potentially life-saving asylum interview.
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Youngjae Lee on reasonable doubt
Kimani Paul-Emile on physicians dealing with racist patients
Clare Huntington on postmarital family law
Brian Glick hosts workplace democracy conference
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