School of Law Admissions Fordham

Your Fordham Law degree is a gateway. To a meaningful career. To a life of service. To the point where your professional interests meet your personal aspirations. Whether you want to lead in the law, business, politics, finance, government, public interest, academia, or another career field, a

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U.S. Law (Online) U.S. Law (Online) Fordham

(9 days ago) Fordham Law’s online LLM program is designed to accommodate your busy personal and professional schedule. We offer fall and spring start dates as well as part-time and full-time study options. The fall semester runs from August—December and the spring semester runs …

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School of Law Fordham

(3 days ago) Curious, creative, and committed to the craft. These words describe the people you’ll meet at Fordham Law School. Located in the heart of New York City, Fordham Law is a vibrant, collaborative, and diverse community of dedicated faculty and engaged, hands-on students who are working together to master the law, understand its role in advancing justice, and make sure that justice is accessible

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About the School of Law Fordham

(8 days ago) Fordham Law School has provided a complete education in the law for more than a century. While the legal profession has changed during that time, the core mission of a Fordham Law education has not. We value academic excellence, the pursuit of justice, and the ethical practice of the lawyer’s

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School of Law Office of Student Affairs Fordham

(4 days ago) Law School Office of Student Affairs. The Office of Student Affairs at Fordham Law School is open remotely to support you through the pandemic and is available by phone (212-636-7155) or email ([email protected]edu).The Office of Student Affairs is located in Suite 4-101 on the Fourth Floor of the Law School.

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Fordham Law School

(Just Now) U.S. Law The LL.M. program in U.S. Law offers students the flexibility to develop a curriculum in U.S. law topics that suits their particular needs and interests. This degree is designed for students who have received their primary legal education outside of the U.S. and who want a general LL.M. in U.S. law or to focus on a specialization

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Institute on Religion, Law and Lawyer's Work Fordham

(9 days ago) The Institute on Religion, Law & Lawyer's Work was established in 2001 as the culmination of Fordham's efforts to serve the increasing number of attorneys, judges, scholars and students who desire to integrate faith values and perspectives in the context of the challenges of legal practice.

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Meet Our Candidates Fordham

(4 days ago) Prosper Andre Batinge. Working Title: The Rule of Law Is the Holy Grail of Development. Supervisor: Professor Paolo Galizzi. Prosper Andre Batinge, a native of Ghana, is a Rule of Law for Development attorney. Prosper has been a member of the State Bar of Indiana, USA, since 2017 and a member of the Ghana Bar since 2020.

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Intellectual Property and Information Law Fordham

(6 days ago) Intellectual property and information laws shape the way art, inventions, and information goods and services are protected and transferred. They frame ways for attorneys to protect client interests in areas as varied as law enforcement, print journalism, pharmaceuticals, fashion design, …

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Real Estate Law Fordham

(6 days ago) Real Estate Law. A Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Real Estate Law provides students with a solid foundation in real estate law, as well as in key areas such as real estate finance, residential and commercial leasing, land use, and affordable housing, as well as various areas such as environmental law, corporate law, tax, and related legal fields.

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School of Law Diversity Initiatives Fordham

(Just Now) Fordham Law was founded to expand opportunity for those who had traditionally been excluded from the legal profession. At the same time, we have significantly more work to do—especially now—and we are committed to ensuring that all of our students, especially those from underrepresented communities, experience a learning environment that is supportive and free from bias.

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School of Law: 114th Diploma Ceremony: Fordham

(2 days ago) Law. She is an expert in the fields of family law and poverty . law, publishing widely in both areas, including a monograph, Failure to Flourish: How Law Undermines Family Relationships, published by Oxford University Press. Huntington serves as an associate reporter for the American . Law Institute’s Restatement of the Law, Children and the Law.

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School of Law Alumni Fordham

(5 days ago) Alumni Relations Fordham University School of Law Alumni Relations 150 West 62nd Street | 8th Floor New York, NY 10023. Tel: 212-636-6806 Fax: 212-636-6958 Email: [email protected]

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Transfer Program Fordham

(1 days ago) Transfer applicants must submit the following: A completed Fordham Law application with the $70 application fee. A complete law school transcript that includes all grades earned in the first year and any subsequent years of the applicant's law school enrollment. Please submit an application before submitting a transcript.

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Worldwide Chapters Fordham

(3 days ago) Fordham Law alumni can be found in all 50 U.S. states, as well as 91 countries worldwide. In fact, we have more than 30 national and international chapters. Alumni chapters are a great way to network and connect with Fordham Law alumni in your area, as well as professors who visit through our

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Urban Law Center Fordham

(1 days ago) Fordham University School of Law. Urban Law Center. 150 West 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023. Tel: 212-636-7241. Email: [email protected]edu.

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Ethan J. Leib Fordham

(7 days ago) Ethan J. Leib is Professor of Law at Fordham Law School. He teaches in contracts, legislation, and regulation. His most recent book, Friend v. Friend: Friendships and What, If Anything, the Law Should Do About Them, explores the costs and benefits of the legal recognition of and sensitivity to friendship; it was published by Oxford University

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Russell Pearce Fordham

(9 days ago) Russell G. Pearce and Amelia J. Uelmen, Religious Lawyering's Second Wave, 21 Journal of Law and Religion 2 (2006) How Law Firms Can Do Good While Doing Well (And the Answer Is Not Pro Bono), 33 Fordham Urban Law Journal 211 (2005) White Lawyering: Rethinking Race, Lawyer Identity, and Rule of Law, 73 Fordham Law Rev. 2081 (2005)

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Learning Outcomes Fordham

(2 days ago) Fordham University School of Law provides a complete legal education that integrates doctrine, theory, practice, and ethics. Through committed teaching and influential scholarship in a community characterized by diversity, intellectual rigor, and collegiality, the law school aims to enhance understanding of law, advance the public good, and help its students obtain the professional values

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Certificate Programs Fordham

(5 days ago) Certificate Programs Fordham Law offers a range of short-courses, seminars, and other programs for attorneys, business professionals, current and prospective law students, judges, and academics from across the country and around the world.

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Fordham Law Review

(8 days ago) law duty of an employer to his employees to provide a safe place in which, and proper machinery with which, to work. And the defendant's liability to the person injured by reason of the statute not being complied with, is not an absolute one, but is subject to the same limitations and restrictions as is the

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Corporate Compliance (Online) Corporate Compliance

(3 days ago) Fordham Law’s LL.M. program in Corporate Compliance—the first of its kind in the country—introduces students to a rapidly emerging field that is often global in scope. This unique program prepares candidates to respond effectively to new and complex regulatory demands. Students will explore

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Sean J. Griffith Fordham

(Just Now) Professor Griffith is an expert in corporate and securities law. He has taught at the University of Connecticut School of Law and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, Professor Griffith received his law degree magna cum laude from the Harvard Law

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Careers Fordham

(1 days ago) Your Fordham Law degree is a gateway. To a meaningful career. To a life of service. To ennobled lawyering. To the point where your professional interests meet your personal aspirations. Whether you want to lead in the law, business, politics, finance, government, public interest, academia, or another career field, your Fordham Law education

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Externship Program Fordham

(3 days ago) Fordham Law LL.M. Externship Program. The Graduate Externship Program gives LLM and MSL students the opportunity to engage in for-credit externships with a wide variety of host organizations, including non-profit organizations, corporate legal and compliance departments, government organizations, and law firms.

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Alumni of Distinction Fordham

(6 days ago) The first black woman to enroll at Fordham Law, Whaley graduated at the top of her class in 1924. In 1925, she became the first black woman to practice law in New York state, and in 1933, she was the first black woman to practice law in her home state of North Carolina. Whaley was born on February 2, 1901, in Goldsboro, North Carolina, to two

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Law & The #MeToo Movement

(6 days ago) Law & The #MeToo Movement Speaker Bios Michelle Anderson Michelle J. Anderson is the 10th president of Brooklyn College. She is a leading scholar on the law of rape and sexual assault, an adviser to the American Law Institute’s project to reform the Model Penal Code on

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(8 days ago) Criminal Law, the 1866 Report of the Royal Commission on Capital Punishment, and the 1883 book History of the Criminal Law written by Judge Sir James Fitzjames Stephens. But see R.C.C.P., supra note 73, ¶ 96. The 1839 Fourth Report of the Commissioners on the Criminal Law fundamentally outweighed its severity by its deterrence qualities, finding

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(4 days ago) Fordham Urban Law Journal 150 West 62nd Street, LL-128 New York, NY 10023. T: (212) 636-6881 F: (212) 636-6694

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Restitution in a Contractual Context

(4 days ago) the law, confused by the already confusing proliferation of terminology that has afflicted this corner of the law, have equated the requested-receipt-of-benefit idea with the notion of unjust enrichment. Some noticed that the 5. RESTATEMENT (THIRD) OF RESTITUTION & …

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Chi Adanna Mgbako Fordham

(2 days ago) Chi Adanna Mgbako is clinical professor of law and director of the Walter Leitner International Human Rights Clinic at Fordham Law School. She and her students work in partnership with social justice organizations on projects focusing primarily on gender justice and human rights advocacy. She has conducted human rights fieldwork in many

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(8 days ago) the Law of Treaties.89 ICJ notes that in some situations "the Parties' intent upon conclusion of the treaty was…to give the terms used …a meaning or content capable of evolving…so as to make allowance for…developments in International law."90 In this respect, the importance lies in the fact that the interpretation and application

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Nestor M. Davidson Fordham

(2 days ago) Nestor Davidson joined Fordham in 2011 and was named the Albert A. Walsh Professor of Real Estate, Land Use and Property Law in 2017. Professor Davidson is an expert in property, urban law, and affordable housing law and policy, and is the co-author of the casebook Property Law: Rules, Policies and Practices (7th ed. 2017).

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Common-Law Background of Nineteenth-Century Tort Law, The

(4 days ago) The Common-Law Background of Nineteenth-Century Tort Law ROBERT J. KACZOROWSKI* I. INTRODUCTION A century ago Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., examined the history of negli-gence in search of a general theory of tort. He concluded that from the earliest times in England, the basis of tort liability was fault, or the failure to exercise

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Ireland Fordham

(2 days ago) Fordham Law School Ireland Summer Program. Events and Networks. Tour the cities of Belfast and Dublin and experience their political, cultural, and natural attractions, including the Northern Ireland Assembly, Four Courts, Giant’s Causeway, and the Antrim coastline!

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About Us Fordham

(3 days ago) Email: [email protected] As Assistant Dean, Leah leads and coordinates much of the public interest and social justice efforts at the law school. Prior to becoming Assistant Dean, she was the Director of Public Interest Student Engagement in PIRC, working closely with public interest students and student leaders of our pro bono projects.

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Benjamin C. Zipursky Fordham

(4 days ago) Benjamin C. Zipursky is Professor of Law at Fordham Law School, where he holds the James H. Quinn ’49 Chair in Legal Ethics and has twice served as Associate Dean (2001-03; 2010-13). He has taught as a Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School, Harvard Law School, and Vanderbilt Law School. Professor Zipursky is a leading scholar in torts

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Wormser Competition Fordham

(4 days ago) Wormser Competition. The 2020 I. Maurice Wormser Memorial Moot Court Competition is the second of two annual competitions to determine which students will compose the Fordham Law Moot Court Board for the upcoming year. For this competition, students are required to brief and argue two corporate law

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