Nestor M. Davidson

Albert A. Walsh Chair in Real Estate, Land Use, and Property Law; Faculty Director, Urban Law Center

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Office: Room 8-101
Office Hours: Mondays from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., as well as by appointment.

Areas of Expertise: Administrative/Regulatory Law/Government Agencies, Constitutional Law, Housing Law and Policy, Poverty Law/Social Welfare, Property, Real Estate, Zoning, and Land Use, State and Local Government Law, US Supreme Court

Nestor Davidson Press Highlights

POLITICONYC’s Affordable Housing Struggles with Rent Arrears NYC Mayor Appoints Professor Nestor Davidson as Rent Guidelines Board Chair

2023 AALS Conference Features Slate of Fordham Law Professors

Fordham Law School Ranks No. 23 in Scholarly Impact

Is NY’s Rent Law Unconstitutional? Second Circuit to Rule

Nassau Judge’s Mask Ruling Faces Long Odds to be Upheld, Experts Say

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

High Court Union Case Could Impede Basic Access Rights

Law Schools Create Specialist Courses in Property and Sustainability

States Shouldn’t Hinder Local Gov’ts In COVID-19 Tenant Aid

Fordham Launches LL.M. in Real Estate

What It Takes to Preserve a Building Tied to Black History

Fordham Launches Online Privacy and Technology Law CLE Program

State Preemption and Local Responses in the Pandemic

New Book Explores the Role of Law in UN Goals for Sustainable Urban Growth

A Letter to the Editor

Reform Home Rule To Protect Cities From State Interference

Urban Law Journal Symposium Explores Issues of Accessibility in Cities

How California is Redefining Rent Control

Wall Street Rent Fight Spurs New Class-Action Suit as Landlord Seeks SCOTUS Help