Degrees conferred on 560 graduates; Sherrilyn Ifill receives honorary degree.
“The death penalty has always been this political vehicle that presidents and attorney generals bring out to signal toughness," says Professor Deborah Denno. "But in the end, it has nothing to do with toughness."
Students in the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic recently conducted their first one-day legal clinic with Community Capital New York.
“Right now, Facebook faces the largest crisis it has ever faced, and for good reason,” said Professor Olivier Sylvain.
14 Fordham Law clinic students have carried on the School’s 25th Amendment legacy 50 years after John Feerick helped draft it.
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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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