CLE

Continuing Legal Education and Public Programs

Fordham Law, a leader in American legal education, presents an array of continuing legal education events and public programs to further attorneys' professional development and engage the community in exploration of important legal topics.

Most offerings are available for CLE credit and encompass a wide variety of legal fields. Speakers and participants in our programs represent diverse perspectives and provide valuable insights on national and international legal issues.


Events Schedule


February 23
The Third Annual Entertainment Law Symposium
CLE credit available

February 27
International Law Journal Symposium
EU Law With the UK, EU Law Without the UK

February 28
CLIP Symposium
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Law in the Financial Services Sector

March 1
Lawyering for Black Lives

March 6
Neuroscience & Law Center: Reconstructing Criminal Justice — Brain Dysfunction & The Courtroom
CLE credit available

March 6
Natural Law Colloquium
"Ownership, Use, and Exclusivity" by Ernest J. Weinrib, University of Tornonto Faculty of Law

March 6
Do People Get Their Day in Court?
A Panel Discussion on Judge Rakoff's Essay, "Why You Won't Get Your Day in Court"

March 8
Comparative Corporate Governance Distinguished Lecture Series
The Case for Private Administration of Deposit Guarantee Schemes
CLE credit available

March 21
Access to Justice Initiative
Unifying Global and U.S. Access to Justice Movements: The Judicial Perspective
CLE credit available

March 22
Compliance Talks
Behind the Crime: When Good People Do Wrong
CLE credit available

March 23
Women in Prison Film Series
The Prison in 12 Landscapes

March 24
Fordham Sports Law Forum 21st Annual Symposium
CLE credit available

March 29
Fordham / Accenture Compliance Series
Data and Analytics Driven Compliance
CLE credit available

March 30
Working Ethically with Non-Lawyer Professionals in Public Interest Settings
CLE credit available

April 3
The 17th Annual Albert A. DeStefano Lecture on Corporate, Securities and Financial Law
The Honorable Karen L. Valihura, Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court

April 7
Fordham Law Review Symposium
Terrorist Incitement on the Internet
CLE credit available

April 7
Urban Law Journal Symposium
How the Poor Still Pay More: A Reexamination of Urban Poverty in the Twenty-First Century
CLE credit available

April 11
Center on Race, Law & Justice Speaker Series: Do Black Lives Matter in Brazil?
Professor Eliezer Gomes da Silva, Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa, Brazil

April 27
Women in Prison Film Series
The If Project

 
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Financial Hardship Policy

Fordham University School of Law has a financial hardship policy. For more information, please contact the Office of Public Programming & CLE at 212.636.6945 or contact us via email at: lawCLE@law.fordham.edu.

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Cancellations and Substitutions

Cancellation notices must be received via email to lawCLE@law.fordham.edu at least ten (10) business days prior to a program to qualify for a full refund, less a $50 administrative fee. There are no refunds after this time. Registration fees cannot be transferred to another Fordham program. Substitutions are accepted via email to lawCLE@law.fordham.edu until two (2) business days prior to the program. Programs cancelled due to force majeure will receive a full refund.

CLE and Public Programs

Fordham University School of Law
Office of CLE & Public Programs
150 West 62nd Street, Suite 8-126, New York, NY 10023

Tel: 212-636-7295

Fax: 212-636-6984

Email: lawCLE@law.fordham.edu

Law School Room Reservations

Fordham University School of Law
Office of CLE and Public Programs
Room Reservations

Tel: 212-636-6944

Fax: 212-636-6984

Email: lawevent@law.fordham.edu