Jennifer Gordon

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John D. Feerick Chair, Professor of Law

Curriculum Vitae
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Office: Room 7-111
Hours: By Appointment

Faculty Assistant: Larry Bridgett, [email protected]

Areas of Expertise: Employment and Labor Law, Immigration

Jennifer Gordon Press Highlights

Class of 2024: Meet Abby Ryckman

Could Brazil and Colombia’s Integration of Venezuelan Migrants Be a Model for Refugee Labor? 

Fordham Law Celebrates New Faculty Chairs

Bloomberg Law: Prof. Jennifer Gordon Explains New Labor Department Proposal

Unfair Competition Under the USMCA: The Case of Migrant Workers on US Farms

Anthony Damelio FCRH ’08, LAW ’22 Named a Skadden Fellow

Fordham Law Scholars Featured in “Big Idea” Limited Video Series

Former New York Times Journalist Discusses Workers’ Rights During COVID-19 with Fordham Law Community

Labor Rights Group Aims to Hold Apparel Brands Jointly Liable for Alleged Supply Chain Abuses

Decent Work and Central American Immigration

UBI And Immigrants: Lessons from the Pandemic

Virtual Advising Gala Brings Students and Faculty Together

The Big Idea: Refugees, Work, and International Labor Standards

Dolores Huerta Receives Radcliffe Medal

Are the Vast Majority of Asylum Claims Without Merit?

What Ethiopia Can Learn From the Jordan Compact

Investing in Low-Wage Jobs Is the Wrong Way to Reduce Migration

A Lawyer Explains if Trump Can Change the 14th Amendment, Which Gives Citizenship to Those Born in the U.S.

Jeff Sessions’ False Caim that 80 Percent of Asylum Applications Are Without Merit

More Students Are Studying Immigration Law Because of President Trump’s Policies