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Fordham Law School's Evening Division gives working professionals the opportunity to earn a law degree through a program that is flexible and accommodating to a busy professional and personal schedule.  The excellence of the Evening Division is based on three distinct features:  a remarkably diverse and academically gifted studenty body; a faculty composed of many accomplished full-time professors who are committed to both scholarship and teaching; and a program that works to integrate evening students into the full academic and social life of the school.

Evening students may participate in all of the School's activities and groups, including law journals, moot court, student government, clinics, and networking events depending on their personal schedules.  There are also activities open exclusively to evening students.  School administrators adapt their schedules to ensure that evening students have the support they need to excel in their academic and career development.

Abel Montez, the Director of Student Affairs, is focused on the particular concerns of Evening students.  He can also be reached at 212.636.7155 or in Room 06, Garden Level.

Erica Appelman, the Student Bar Association's Vice President - Evening Division, is also available to address Evening student concerns.