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An Enriching Place to Teach, Research, and Write
Professor Kimani Paul-Emile on what drew her to teach at Fordham Law School—and the "second campus" students have in New York City.

Making the World a Better Place
James Leitner '82 on the global impact of the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice.  

A Supportive and Fun Community
Hon. Loretta A. Preska '73, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, on why Fordham Law alumni are unique.

A Multitude of Public Service Opportunities
Assistant Dean Tom Schoenherr on what the Public Interest Resource Center offers to students and to New Yorkers in need.

A Voice for Criminal Defense Clients
Professor Cheryl Bader on the work that students do in the Criminal Defense Clinic.

 

  


Lawyering is Fundamental
Professor Beth Schwartz—along with two Fordham Law students and an alumnus—on the importance of the Fundamental Lawyering Skills course.

A Clinic for Rights
Professor Chi Mgbako on the critical work of the Walter Leitner International Human Rights Clinic.

 

  


Legal Ethics: Not Just Rules of the Road
Professor Bruce Green on the Stein Center for Law and Ethics.

 

   
 


Rethinking Tort Law
Professor Benjamin C. Zipursky on civil recourse theory.

Taking Care of Business Law
Professor Sean Griffith, T.J. Maloney Chair in Business Law, talks about the Corporate Law Center, of which he is the director.

Questioning Authority
Professor Abner S. Greene talks about his book Against Obligation.

A Brand-New Look at IP Law
Sonia Katyal, Joseph M. McLaughlin Professor of Law, talks about her IP law scholarship.

The Law of the Land
Professor Nestor Davidson discusses the Fordham Urban Law Center.

Legally, and Morally, Binding Agreements
Professor Aditi Bagchi's research explores the full spectrum of contract law.