Fordham Law


Specialized Topics Expand Fordham Law Spring Course Offerings

October 15, 2007

Fordham Law will offer a variety of courses on specialized law topics for the Spring 2008 semester.

Featured specialized courses for the Spring Term include:

Private Equity Deals

Taught by Daniel H. Lee, adjunct professor, and Vice President and Assistant General Counsel at Goldman, Sachs & Co.


Drug Regulation and Policy

Taught by Associate Professor Kimani Paul-Emile, leading scholar in the areas of public health law, drug regulatory policy, and social welfare.


North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Including a brief introduction to the Mexican and Canadian legal systems, multilateral trading, and a detailed examination of the provisions of the NAFTA Agreement itself, this course is taught by Adjunct Professor of Law Jose Luis Guerra.


South Asian Legal Institutions
Taught by Anil Kalhan, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law and international human rights scholar.


Sustainable Energy Law and Policy
Taught by Adjunct Professor Luis G. Martinez of the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Professional Responsibility in Multinational Practice
Taught by Adjunct Associate Professor Giorgio Bovenzi, an associate with Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York, who focuses on global credit risk management and complex cross-border financial transactions.


Fashion Law
The first class of its kind in the nation. Taught by intellectual property law expert, Visiting Associate Professor SusanScafidi, author of Counterfeit Chic.


Originalism in Constitutional Interpretation
Taught by Dean William Michael Treanor and noted scholar in jurisprudence and legal philosophy Professor Benjamin Zipursky.


State Constitutional Law
Taught by Hon. George Bundy Smith, adjunct professor and retired associate justice on the New York State Court of Appeals.


For more information about Fordham Law’s Spring course offerings, click here.