Fordham Law's New Corporate Compliance Institute Announces Summer Compliance Program
The Corporate Compliance Institute will hold a three week summer program in Compliance from July 8-26. This program is designed for those who hold a bachelor's degree and are interested in launching a career in compliance. This program also welcomes current compliance practitioners. Daily rates are available. For more information, visit law.fordham.edu/cci.
Fordham Law Proudly Announces Newest LL.M. Degree in International Dispute Resolution
Eric Grossman '93, CLO at Morgan Stanley, to Give Keynote Address at Recent Developments in U.S. Law Opening Luncheon
LL.M. Student Commendations
Current LL.M. student N. Cameron Russell's article, "Homeless in Cyberspace: Allocation of New Top-Level Domain Names and the Effect Upon Religious Freedom" has placed second in this year's Ladas Memorial Award Competition. The article will be published in the upcoming edition of the Review of Intellectual Property Law at John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Current LL.M. student Aymeric D’Alton was selected to speak at the Young Comparativists Conference, held at Indiana University, April 18–19.
Thursday, May 16
The Office of International and Non-J.D. Programs will host a reception for the graduating LL.M. class of 2013 and their families.
Friday, May 24
Visiting Research Fellow Sean Morris will present on “Trademarks As Sources of Market Power."
Friday, May 31
Visiting Research Fellow Tullio Fenucci will present on "National Security and Fundamental Rights in the US."
Friday, May 3
Assistant Dean Toni Fine spoke in Cologne, Germany at the German-American Lawyers Association (DAJV) seminar on LL.M. programs.
Friday, April 26
Visiting Research Fellow Antonia Baraggia presented on “New Trends in Nationality Law: a Comparative Overview."
The LL.M. Academic Enrichment Program hosted a panel discussion on law school exams. This program featured members of the Fordham Law faculty.
Visiting Research Fellow Esther Giménez-Salinas presented on “Imprisonment and Restorative Justice: A Comparative Analysis between Europe and the U.S.”
Monday, April 15 – Thursday, April 18
Assistant Dean Toni Fine taught a course "Introduction to the U.S. Legal System" at the University of Alicante in Spain.
Friday, April 12
Visiting Research Fellow Paola Milioto presented on “Taxation of Transnational Salary Income: A Comparison Between Italian and American National and Conventional Law.”
Visiting Research Fellow Jan Frohloff presented on “Breach of Commercial Arbitration Agreements.”
Thursday, April 11
Alberto Mazzoni presented "The Choice of UNIDROIT Principles as Rules of Law Applicable to International Shareholders’ Agreements." This program was presented as part of the Comparative Corporate Governance Distinguished Lecture Series and was co-sponsored by the Corporate Law Center and the Office for International and Non-J.D. Programs.
Friday, April 5
Professor Horst Eidenmüller presented "Regulating European Company Law: The European Commission’s Action Plan (2012) on European Company Law and Corporate Governance." This program was presented as part of the Comparative Corporate Governance Distinguished Lecture Series and is co-sponsored by the Corporate Law Center and the Office for International and Non-J.D. Programs.
Visiting Research Fellow Giao Vucong presented on "Access to Justice in Vietnam: Situation and Perspective.”
Visiting Research Fellow Ana Felícitas Muñoz Pérez presented on “Derivatives, Empty Voting and Corporate Governance.”
The Graduate Professional Development Program hosted a "Job Search Strategy Panel." This panel discussion featured LL.M. alumni.
Fordham Law hosted a cocktail reception in Buenos Aires, Brazil for Fordham Law LL.M. alumni.
Visiting Research Fellow Nelleke Koffeman presented on “National Moral Choices and Cross-Border Movement within the E.U.: A Need for (European) Legislation?"
Fordham Law hosted a cocktail reception in Sao Paolo, Brazil for Fordham Law LL.M. alumni.
The LL.M. Academic Enrichment Program will host a session on writing scholarly papers.
The Graduate Professional Development Program hosted a session on "Interviewing Skills for LL.M. Student."
Visiting Researcher Lécia Vicente presented on “The Law and Economics of Restrictions on Transfers of Shares: Taming Property Rights in Shares and the Silver Fox”.
The LL.M. Academic Enrichment Program hosted a session on citation form.
Wednesday, February 20
The Graduate Professional Development Program hosted a session on "Correspondence and Cover Letters for LL.M. Students."
Visiting Research Fellow Min Zhang presented on “Study on Legal Research and Practice on Corporate Social Responsibility in China”.
Wednesday, February 6
The Office of International and Non-J.D. programs held an information session for any student interested in studying abroad.
Fordham Law Professor, George Conk, presented on “Vessel Oil Spill Compensation - U.S. and China” for current Visiting Scholars and Researchers.
The Graduate Professional Development Program hosted a session on "Resume Writing for International LL.M. Students."
The Office of International and Non-J.D. programs held a "meet-and-greet" for Visiting Scholars and Researchers.
Fordham Law and the Chinese Business Lawyers Association (CBLA) presented a panel discussion "Deals and Suits: Challenges and Opportunities for Chinese Companies Doing Business in the United States."
Visiting Research Fellow Guilherme Moraes presented on “Persuasive Use of Foreign Jurisprudence by Constitutional Courts.”
The LL.M. Academic Enrichment Program presented a session on law school exams.
The LL.M. Academic Enrichment Program hosted a study tips panel.
The Graduate Professional Development Program hosted a session on the bar examination.
The Graduate Professional Development Program hosted its first sessions of the Spring 2013 semester. The sessions included an introduction to the program, as well as a session on networking for LL.M. students.
The LL.M. Academic Enrichment Program presented a session on case analysis and outlining.
The LL.M. Academic Enrichment Program presented the first session of the semester, "The LL.M. Experience."
Incoming LL.M., Exchange, and Visiting students enjoyed an evening of bowling and drinks as part of the New Student Orientation Program.