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Fall 2014 Issue

This issue of Fordham Lawyer features the new law school building, the dedicated individuals who made it possible, and the remarkable professors and students who call it home. Professor Paolo Galizzi of the School’s Leitner Center for International Law and Justice does groundbreaking sustainability work in Ghana. Professors Ian Weinstein, Martha Rayner, Daniel J. Capra, James Cohen, and Michael W. Martin speak eloquently about criminal procedure. Professor Clare Huntington reimagines family law in fresh, new ways.

Extras

               
Time-lapse of Building Construction
Watch construction of the new building—which spanned January 2011 to September 2014—condensed into two minutes. Read the feature.

Highlights from the Building Dedication
On September 18, 2014, nearly 1,000 Fordham Law faculty, administrators, students, and alumni joined dignitaries and friends to celebrate the ribbon-cutting of the new law school building. Read the feature.

Architects Discuss the New Building
Architects from Pei Cobb Freed & Partners discuss their inspirations for the building and how it fits into the Manhattan skyline. Read the feature.

 

    


The Just Path
Members of the Feerick Center staff talk about the social justice work of the Center. Read the feature.

 

 

    


Fighting Corruption
Professor Zephyr Teachout talks about her book, Corruption in America, and her run for New York State governor. Read about her book.



     
Professor Clare Huntington on "Postmarital Family Law." Read the excerpt. Professors Ian Weinstein, Martha Rayner, Dan Capra, James Cohen, and Michael W. Martin discuss criminal procedure. Read the Q&A. Fordham Law's corporate compliance initiatives and the School's alumni in the field. Read the feature.