Law Review symposium examines how the U.S. Constitution might apply to the regulation of terrorist speech in the Internet Age.
Kim Koopersmith ’84, partner and chairperson for Akin Gump, tells Fordham Law students to unabashedly emphasize their skills and expertise.
On March 29, Fordham Law School dedicated the Kirpalani Commons in honor of Susheel Kirpalani ’94, founder and chair of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP’s bankruptcy and restructuring group.
A recent event examined how American access-to-justice challenges mirror those found in settings around the globe.
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