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The Law School established the Feerick Center in September 2006 as a lasting legacy of the school's Centennial Celebration. The Center’s establishment reflects the Law School’s long tradition of and commitment to legal education in the service of others and builds on Professor John D. Feerick’s contributions as Dean of the Law School (1982-2002) and currently as the Sidney C. Norris Professor of Law.


Learn About the Feerick Center for Social Justice


Feerick Center for Social Justice Mission Statement

The Feerick Center for Social Justice promotes the rights and addresses the problems facing marginalized and low-income New Yorkers and individuals seeking humanitarian relief, including asylum-seeking families and unaccompanied immigrant children. The center links the social justice community serving those in need to Fordham and engages the Fordham community in service of national and local social justice initiatives. 

The center works with non-profit, legal services, and public sector organizations, bar associations, and individuals to respond to the challenges of those in need. And through education and collaboration, the center engages with Fordham students, alumni, faculty and administrators to create and implement long-term innovative solutions critical for lasting change.

The Feerick Center’s work of providing direct assistance and working in collaboration with others reflects the motto and mission of Fordham Law School— “In the Service of Others”—as well as Fordham University’s expansive Jesuit mission and vision.
 

Advisory Board

Fern Schair serves as the chair of the Center’s advisory board. The advisory board helps guide program development at the Center. Advisory board members include the following individuals:

  • Jojo Annobil – Executive Director, Immigrant Justice Corps
  • Jennifer Jones Austin – Chief Executive Officer Executive Director, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
  • Honorable Denny Chin – United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit 
  • Jennifer Ching – Executive Director, North Star Fund
  • Kevin J. Curnin – Vice President of Enrollment Management, Iona College
  • Bruce A. Green (Ex Officio) – Louis Stein Professor of Law, Fordham Law School; Director, Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics, Fordham Law School
  • Peggy A. Healy – Senior Vice President, Covenant House (Retired)
  • Seymour James – Partner, Barket Epstein Kearon Aldea & LoTurco, LLP
  • Constantine N. Katsoris – Wilkinson Professor of Law, Fordham Law School
  • Mary Ellen Kris – Consultant, United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries
  • Maura Kathleen Monaghan – Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
  • Jacqueline Nolan-Haley (Ex Officio) – Professor of Law, Fordham School of Law; Director, Fordham ADR & Conflict Resolution Program
  • Carlos G. Ortiz – Vice President and General Counsel, Goya Foods, Inc.
  • Timothy G. Reynolds – Retired Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Affiliates
  • James P. Sauter - Partner, O’Neill, DiManno & Kelly
  • Thomas J. Schwarz, Interim President, Drew University
  • Robert C. Sheehan – Retired Partner, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP and Affiliates
  • Michael K. Stanton, Jr. – Partner, Ferguson Cohen LLP
  • Irene A. Sullivan – Retired Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Affiliates
  • Susan E. Welber – Staff Attorney, The Legal Aid Society

    Faculty

    John D. Feerick

    Fordham Law Professor John Feerick

    John D. Feerick, the Founder and Senior Counsel of the Feerick Center for Social Justice, was the Dean of Fordham Law School from 1982-2002. He has held the Sidney C. Norris Chair of Law in Public Service since 2004 and was the Leonard F. Manning Professor of Law from 2002-2004. John began his career at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; he spent 21 years (1961-1982) there, developing and heading up their labor department.

    John has been a dedicated public servant throughout his career. Most recently, he has served as a member of the three-person Special Master Panel in the McCain homeless family rights litigation (2003-2005); was appointed to a three-member Referee Panel in Campaign for Fiscal Equity v. State of New York (concerning education equity; 2003); and was the Chair of the Commission to Promote Public Confidence in Judicial Elections (2003). From April 2007 to February 2009, John served as Chair of the New York State Commission on Public Integrity. He is the co-chair of Chief Judge Advisory Council in the Attorney Emeritus Program. Previously, John was the President of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York (1992-1994); Chair of the New York State Commission on Government Integrity (1987-1990); and President of the Citizens Union Foundation (1987-1999).

    Fordham Law Professor Elizabeth Cooper

    Elizabeth B. Cooper

    Elizabeth B. Cooper, the Faculty Director of the Feerick Center, has been a professor at the Law School for over 25 years. She currently teaches the Legislative and Policy Advocacy Clinic, and previously has taught litigation/civil rights clinics, the Center’s Social Justice Clinic, Institutional Reform Through the Courts (with Professor Feerick), among other offerings. Her scholarship addresses issues of dignity and autonomy in numerous contexts including bioethics (particularly HIV/AIDS policies), the rights of LGBTQ individuals (especially marriage equality), and the importance of ensuring that BIPOC, LGBTQ, and women students and attorneys do not have to conform their appearances (e.g., clothing, shoes, hairstyles) to dominant culture expectations in the workplace. She also has written about aspects of clinical teaching pedagogy.

    Before coming to Fordham, Liz taught briefly at Brooklyn Law School and was an adjunct law professor at Rutgers Law School (Newark). She was a Gibbons Fellow in Public Interest and Constitutional Law at the Newark, NJ law firm of Gibbons, P.C. (1992-1994) and was a Skadden Fellow/Staff Counsel at the ACLU AIDS Project (1990-1992). Following graduation from New York University School of Law, where she was a Root-Tilden Scholar, she clerked for the Hon. Anne E. Thompson, Senior Judge, U.S. District Court of New Jersey. She is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

    Staff

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    Laura De Riggi

    Laura J. A. De Riggi, is the Project Administrator for the Feerick Center. Laura has an extensive professional background that includes both educational and non for profit institutions. She is a New York City native with a degree in Art History from Lehman College, City University of New York. 

    Email: lderiggi@fordham.edu. Tel. 212-636-7671. Pronouns: She, Her, Hers. 

    Fordham Law Feerick Center Director Dora Galacatos

      

    Dora Galacatos

    Dora Galacatos, the Executive Director to the Feerick Center, is a Fordham Law alumna (1996), with experience working in city government, the not-for-profit sector, and legal services. Prior to coming to Law School, Dora worked for the New York City Department of Juvenile Justice and the New York City for Mayor's Office of Drug Abuse Policy from 1989 to 1993, where she focused on program development, program evaluation, and policy analysis. As part of a Skadden Fellowship (1997-98), Dora helped establish a family day care network at Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation, in Washington Heights, Manhattan.

    Dora had served as Staff Director to the New York City Family Homelessness Special Master Panel, working alongside former Fordham Law School dean, Professor John D. Feerick. Dora also served as a law clerk to the late-Honorable Milton Pollack (1996-97) and to the Honorable Paul A. Crotty (2005-2006), both District Judges in the Southern District of New York. Dora is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in History (1987), and the New School for Social Research, where she was a Jacob M. Kaplan Fellow and received a Master of Science in Urban Policy (1993).

    In 2009, Dora was honored by The New York County Lawyers Association with their Public Service Award. In 2011, Manhattan Legal Services awarded her its Medal of Honor. In 2013, MFY Legal Services, Inc. recognized Dora with its Partner in Justice Award. Dora is a former chair of the New York City Bar Civil Court Committee and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Terra Firm.

    Email: galacatos@fordham.edu. Tel. 212-636-7747. Pronouns: She, Her, Hers. 

     

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    Johanna Ocaña

    Johanna Ocaña is the Senior Coordinating Attorney of Pro Bono Initiatives at the Feerick Center. Johanna comes to the Feerick Center from Bronx Legal Services, where she represented tenants and tenant associations organizing to better their living conditions and enforce their tenant and Fair Housing rights. Prior to law school, Johanna worked as a paralegal at the New York Legal Assistance Group focused on eviction defense and public benefits advocacy. Additionally, she organized with workers and tenants at the National Mobilization Against Sweatshops on campaigns against wage theft in New York and displacement and gentrification in the Lower East Side of New York City. Johanna received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Columbia University and her law degree from CUNY School of Law.  

    Email: jocana1@fordham.edu  

    Karuna Patel

      

    Karuna Patel

    Karuna Patel is the Deputy Director of the Feerick Center.  Karuna began her legal career at Mobilization for Justice (formerly MFY Legal Services, Inc.), a legal services organization where she started the Consumer Rights Project.  She has worked at the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs leading a division focused on enforcing the City’s consumer protection laws and on educating consumers, and at the Center for Responsible Lending, where she represented consumers in all aspects of predatory lending impact litigation.  Before joining the Law School, Karuna spent over five years at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) working on a range of issues including mandatory arbitration in consumer contracts and consumer protections for remittances.

    Karuna is a Queens native and received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Columbia University and her law degree from New York University School of Law.  Karuna clerked for the Honorable John Gleeson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York and the Honorable Theodore McKee of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Email: kpatel83@fordham.edu. Tel. 212-636-6988. Pronouns: She, Her, Hers. 

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    Fern Schair

    Fern Schair has been Chairperson of the Feerick Center Advisory Board since its inception. Her professional positions have included: Senior Vice President of the American Arbitration Association, Chief Administrative Officer of the New York City Bar Association, Program Development Officer for Civil Justice Programs at the Open Society Institute (Soros Foundation), and Director of Civil Justice Programs at the Fund for the City of New York. Her current civic positions include former Chair and current Board member of the Fund for Modern Courts; Vice-Chair of the Judicial Committee on Women in the Courts (NY); former Board Chair and current Emeritus Board member of Legal Services-NYC; Co-Chair of the Chief Judge’s Advisory Council on the Attorney Emeritus Program; and Co-Chair of the Committee on Non-lawyers and the Justice Gap. She co-founded the Children’s Law Center and has been a longtime advocate for best practices in language access in the state courts, including serving as former Co-Chair of the Advisory Committee on Court Interpreters. She has also served as a member of the Committee on Character and Fitness for the First Judicial Department. Ms. Schair attended Cornell University and graduated from St John’s School of Law.

    Email: schair@law.fordham.edu Tel. 212-636-7746. Pronouns: She, Her, Hers. 

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    Clementine Schillings

    Clementine Schillings, Senior Project Researcher and Assistant to Dean Feerick, has a background in Human Rights Law and International Law having completed a Bachelor’s Degree at the University of the West of England, Bristol and a Master’s Degree at Queen Mary University of London. Since graduating she has interned at various institutions, such as the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime working in their New York office, Eurojust (the European Agency on Judicial Cooperation), and VluchtelingenWerk Nederland (The Dutch Refugee Council). 

    Email: cschillings@fordham.edu. Tel. 646-346-5169. Pronouns: She, Her, Hers. 

    Fellows

    2019-2020

    Ellen McCormick, Class of 2019

    2018-2019

    Shirin Dhanani, Class of 2018 
    Elizabeth Snyder Wood, Class of 2018

    2017-2018

    Elizabeth Perez, Class of 2017

    2016-2017

    Sara Purvin, Class of 2016

    2015-2016

    Justin Brown, Class of 2015
    Sofia Linarte, Class of 2015

    2014 - 2015

    Michelle Lee, Class of 2014

    2013-2014

    Anna Stallmann, Class of 2013

    2012-2013

    Deena Schwartz, Class of 2012
    Andrea Vazquez, Class of 2012

    2011-2012

    Marcie Kobak, Class of 2011
    Anitoshia Johnson, Class of 2011
    Damian Treffs, Class of 2011

    2010-2011

    Tamara Alexander, Class of 2010
    Joe Costello, Class of 2010
    Gerrald Ellis, Class of 2010
    Paolo Meireles, Class of 2010
    Lynda Tooker, Class of 2010
    Scott Wagner, Class of 2010

    2009-2010

    Shireen Ahmed, Class of 2009
    Mary Cox, Class of 2009
    David Friedman, Class of 2009
    Brandon Gershowitz Class of 2009
    Yelena Kozlova, Class of 2009
    Kathryn Newman, Class of 2009

    2008-2009

    Suzana Carlos, Class of 2008
    Michael Higgins, Class of 2008
    Emilio Justiniano, Class of 2008
    Jessica Selman, Class of 2008

    2007-2008

    Nyssa Fajardo, Class of 2007
    Gerard Haskins, Class of 2007
    William Lim, Class of 2007
    Erynne Novetsky, Class of 2007
    Elisabeth Prael, Class of 2007
    Leigh Tuccio, Class of 2007

    2006-2007

    Jonathan Benovitz, Class of 2006
    Adonaid Casado, Class of 2006
    Stephen Cincotta, Class of 2006
    Carrie Loewenthal, Class of 2006

    AmeriCorps Members

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    Stephanie Castillo

    2022-2023 AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Consumer Assistance Project Coordinator

    Stephanie Castillo (she/her) I am a 2022- 2023 AmeriCorps Vista and Remote Consumer Project CLARO coordinator at the Feerick Center for social justice at Fordham Law School. I graduated from Buffalo State College with a Bachelor of Science in Business administration and a minor in Spanish. Additionally, I relocated to Florida and attended the University of Central Florida where obtained my Master of Science in Criminal Justice. I was born in the Bronx and raised in the Dominican Republic. I've spent over 7 years in the Criminal Justice system serving the underserved. I am delighted to utilize my past experiences and skills to fight poverty and economic justice. I plan to attend law school with a focus on constitutional law. I aspire to become a judge and serve those who are most in need.  

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    Jordan Eady-Lee

    2022-2023 Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator, AmeriCorps VISTA Member Greater New York City Area

    Jordan Eady-Lee has worked in the non profit sector 6 years. She graduated from Georgia’s oldest public HBCU, Savannah State University, with a B.A. in English Literature and communications. Jordan has worked in development and fundraising with organizations like Girl Scouts of the USA, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc, and the Georgia NAACP. She is passionate about being a voice for marginalized groups in America and women’s rights. Her goals are to educate people on social and economic systems and how injustices within these systems are beneficial to some and harmful to others. In the future, she hopes to create a program geared towards developing entrepreneurship for young black and brown girls entering the workforce. Jordan is currently working on a M.S. in Non-Profit Management at Columbia University. 

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    John Kauffman

    2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Veterans Rights Project (VRP) Coordinator and COVID Response Project (CRP) Coordinator

    John Kauffman (he/him) is a 2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA at the Feerick Center for Social Justice at Fordham Law School, serving as the Veterans Rights Project (VRP) Coordinator and COVID Response Project (CRP) Coordinator. Originally from Illinois, John graduated from Yale University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. He spent the past two years working as a paralegal in New York City and is passionate about using his legal experience to connect lower-income New Yorkers with the resources and support they need. John plans to attend law school after his service year and use his degree to help alleviate poverty and expand economic justice. 

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    Theresa Mahoney 

    2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Consumer Assistance Project Coordinator

    Theresa Mahoney (she/her) is a 2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA Member, serving as one of the Civil Legal Advice Resource Office (CLARO) Program Coordinators. She graduated from the University of South Carolina in December 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management. Theresa has spent the past four years working in the insurance industry, where she developed her business acumen and data analysis skills. She is excited to utilize her past work experience in this role and to be part of the fight for economic justice. After her service year, Theresa plans to attend law school and looks forward to advocating for those in need.

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    Kimberly Martinez

    AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Consumer Assistance Project Coordinator

    Kimberly Martinez (she/her) is a 2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA and Remote Consumer Project Coordinator at the Feerick Center for Social Justice at Fordham Law School. She graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelors of Arts in political science with minors in French and history. Originally, she is from Philadelphia but moved to New York in 2020, where she worked to ensure opportunities for youth across the five boroughs. She has a passion for social justice and ensuring opportunities for low-income communities. She looks forward to expanding economic justice in New York City through remote and in-person consumer limited-scope legal services programs. Kimberly plans to attend law school with a focus on public interest to continue helping those most in need.

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    Shannon Porter

    2022-2023 AmeriCorps VISTA Leader

    Shannon Porter is the 2022-2023 AmeriCorps VISTA Leader, serving with the Feerick Center for Social Justice. In 2022, she completed the AmeriCorps NCCC program as a Team Leader with the Southern Region Campus. In this role, she led a team of up to 11 corps members, serving nine organizations in seven states. Her team’s work covered natural disaster relief, environmental conservation, infrastructure improvement, and urban and rural development. She has a Bachelors in Psychology from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, and hopes to one day continue her studies by concentrating on career, personal, and professional development.

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    Alero Simon

    2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA Leader

    Alero Simon (she/they) is the 2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA Leader, serving with the Feerick Center for Social Justice. In 2020 she graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with concentrations in Global Diplomacy and Asian Studies and another Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in American Government and Politics, and minors in Chinese, Spanish, and Asian Studies. Alero began her journey with AmeriCorps in 2020, serving with City Year New York. In this role, Alero was able to provide academic and emotional support to students in under-resourced schools in the nation’s largest school district. Alero is honored to work with the Feerick Center to help address inequality in New York City, and support communities that have been historically marginalized and underrepresented. She plans to attend law school in the future, and is especially interested in disability rights law.

    2021-2022 AmeriCorps VISTA Members 
    Kelsey Benjamin, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Greater NYC Attorney Emeritus Coordinator
    John Kauffman,  AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Feerick Center Veterans Rights Project (FCVRP) and the COVID Response Project (CRP) Project Coordinator
    Kimberly Martinez, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Consumer Assistance Project Coordinator
    Theresa Mahoney, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Consumer Assistance Project Coordinator
    Ashley Ramsay, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Greater NYC Attorney Emeritus Coordinator
    Alero Simon, AmeriCorps VISTA Leader

    2020-2021 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Kelsey Benjamin, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Greater NYC Attorney Emeritus Coordinator
    Patrice A. Bryan, AmeriCorps VISTA Leader
    Molly Miller, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Consumer Assistance Project Coordinator
    Matty Motylenski, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Feerick Center Veterans Rights Project (FCVRP) and the COVID Response Project (CRP) Project Coordinator
    Ella Shlonsky, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Greater NYC Attorney Emeritus Coordinator
    Jordan Williams, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Consumer Assistance Project Coordinator

    2019-2020 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Katherine Alonzo, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Consumer Debt Program Coordinator
    Taylor Bessinger, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Volunteer Lawyers for Veterans Program, Project Coordinator
    Dilon Goncalves, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Maris Moon, AmeriCorps VISTA Leader
    Daniella Torres, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Greater NYC Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator

    2018-2019 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Julia Cummings, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Consumer Debt Program Coordinator
    Azalea Capers, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Kaitlyn Filzer, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Volunteer Lawyers for Veterans Program, Project Coordinator
    Camilla Leonard, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Veteran's Program Coordinator
    Evan Mullen, AmeriCorps VISTA Leader
    Cora Vasserman, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator

    2017-2018 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Azalea Capers, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Naama Hod, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator
    Camilla Leonard, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Veteran's Program Coordinator
    Cora Vasserman, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator

    2016-2017 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Luigi Bonifacio, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Brian Bowen, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator
    Shannon Litvin, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Consumer Debt Program Coordinator

    2015-2016 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Christine Brathwaite, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Yolanda Garcia, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Consumer Debt Program Coordinator
    Donita Krasniqi, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator

    2014-2015 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Liza Carroll, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Matthew Q. English IV, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Attorney Emeritus & LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Kyle Giller, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Consumer Debt Program Coordinator

    2013 -2014 AmeriCorps VISTA Members
    Priscilla Alabi, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Katie McConnell, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator
    Sara Trongone, AmeriCorps VISTA Member, LEEAP Consumer Debt Program Coordinator

    NYC Civic Corps Members

    2014-2015 NYC Civic Corps Members
    Donita Krasniqi, NYC Civic Corps Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator
    Chelsea Wilson, NYC Civic Corps Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator

    2013-2014 NYC Civic Corps Members
    Nicholas Macri, NYC Civic Corps Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator
    Samantha Varn, NYC Civic Corps Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator

    2012-2013 NYC Civic Corps Members
    Laura Backus, NYC Civic Corps Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator
    Brandon Ruben, NYC Civic Corps Member, LEEAP Education Program Coordinator
    Anting Wang, NYC Civic Corps Member, LEEAP Consumer Debt Program Coordinator

    2011- 2012 NYC Civic Corps Members
    Ayanthi Gunawardana, NYC Civic Corps Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator
    Joanna Laine, NYC Civic Corps Member, Attorney Emeritus Program Coordinator.

    New York Women's Bar Association Foundation Fellows

    New York Women's Bar Association Foundation Fellows

    As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Center, we note with gratitude that thanks to a historic gift to the Feerick Center by the New York Women's Bar Association (NYWBA) Foundation, from 2010 to 2016, an extraordinary group of Fordham Law School women students served as NYWBA Foundation Fellows and provided instrumental support to the Center's work.

    Fellows for the Year 2015-2016
    Karen Ansong '16
    Virginia Brown Anderson '16
    Tzipora Zeines '18

    Fellows for the Year 2014-2015
    Laura Wooley ‘16
    Razeem Zaman ‘16

    Fellows for the Year 2013-2014
    Lauren Irby ‘15
    Sofia Linarte ‘15

    Fellows for the Year 2012-2013
    Chrissie Cahill ‘13
    Jennifer Puchalski ‘14

    Fellows for the Year 2011 -2012
    Zohra Ahmed ‘13
    Marisa Menna ‘13

    Fellows for the Year 2010 -2011
    Donella Green ‘12
    Andrea Vazquez ‘12

    Feerick Center Biennial Reports

    These reports highlight the work of the Feerick Center to advance social, economic, and racial justice. The communities that we serve and the issues that drive our work are increasingly challenging and have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our reports detail the Center's work with students, staff, alumni, volunteers, and other stakeholders to address inequality in education; the expansion of access to justice; the rights of immigrant women and children; the needs of veterans; and the abuse of consumers in economically difficult times.

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    Contact Us

    Feerick Center for Social Justice of Fordham School of Law
    150 West 62nd Street, 7 Floor, New York, NY 10023

    Tel: 212-636-7747

    Email: feerickcenter@fordham.edu