School of Law
Facing the Future in International Arbitration: Evolving Issues, Practices and Solutions featured panels on gender issues, mock trials, arbitrator duties, third-party funding, the role of the expert in determining value, and arbitration remedies.
Preparing Law Students for a Legal Profession Transformed by Technology
Small to Midsize Law Firm Leaders Dean s Advisory Council talks technology, strategic plan.
Symposium Examines Landmark Interracial Marriage Ruling s Legacy
Two dozen scholars convened for the two-day Fordham Law Review Symposium to mark the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court s landmark Loving v. Virginia ruling that invalidated laws prohibiting interracial marriage.
Helping Harlem Stay Connected
Olivier Sylvain is part of team that has been awarded a $1 million NSF grant to bring local residents up to broadband speed.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Receives Fordham-Stein Prize
Justice Kennedy is the eighth member of the Court to receive the annual prize.
Introducing Winter Courses
Fundamentals needed for you to solve complex problems in the world of business.
A solid substantive grounding in the laws dealing with art, inventions, and information goods and services.
For legal practice in multilateral institutions, government agencies, NGOs, law firms, and private sector work.
Skills to expertly resolve disputes both in and outside the courtroom.
Prepares you to fight injustice and to help empower and advocate for communities.