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Scholarship

Taking a Stand

Robin Lenhardt talks about her scholarship and the Center on Race, Law and Justice.

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Behind Bars and Other Graphs

John Pfaff’s data-driven research reveals an original theory of the rise in the U.S. prison population.

In the Red, White, and Blue

Professor Richard Squire explains why bankruptcies and bailouts are a necessary part of the American way.

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Tax Time

Professor Linda Sugin has a broad and unique approach to tax law.

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Legally, and Morally, Binding Arguments

Professor Aditi Bagchi's research explores the full spectrum of contract law.

Read the feature Legally, and Morally, Binding Arguments.

The Power to Change

Professor Deborah W. Denno's interdisciplinary approach to criminal law yields groundbreaking results.

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No Man's Land

Professors Martha Rayner and James A. Cohen represent clients indefinitely detained at Guantanamo Bay.

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Presumption of Guilt

Professor Kimani Paul-Emile studies the problematic use of criminal records by employers.

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Clear and Convincing Evidence

Professor Daniel J. Capra shapes the rules on evidence and criminal procedure in court as deftly as he teaches them in class.

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History in the Making

Professor Jed Shugerman, an expert in legal history, joins the Fordham Law faculty.

Read the feature History in the Making.