Fordham Law Students Present Social Justice ResearchDecember 04, 2007
On November 28, Fordham Law School's Feerick Center for Social Justice hosted a luncheon to present the research of four law students who completed social justice fellowships last summer.
Li Jing '09, Janos Marton '09, JC O'Brien '08, and Emilie Williams '09 were each awarded a grant from the Center to pursue summer human rights work in locations throughout the world. Currently, the students are collaborating with the Fordham International Law Journal and the Fordham Urban Law Journal to publish their findings.
At the luncheon, the fellows were able to discuss their work with an audience of Fordham Law students, faculty, and alumni.
Pictured are Janos Marton '09 (who traveled to India), Li Jing '08 (China), Rev. Joseph Novak, S.J., former Rector of the Fordham Jesuit community, JC O'Brien '08 (Portland, OR), Prof. John D. Feerick, and Emilie Williams '09 (Netherlands).
The fellowships are named in memory of Donald Feerick '60 and former Vice President for Lincoln Center Rev. George J. McMahon, S.J.
Click here for more information on the Feerick Center and its programs.