Concentration Affinity Groups


As you may remember when thinking back to student days at Fordham Law, there no single way to navigate the School’s upper-level curriculum. The School’s upper-level course of study provides students the opportunity to explore a variety of attorney roles—litigator, transactional advisor, regulator, organizer, and others—as well as a wide range of subjects.

In April 2015, the Fordham Law faculty approved optional student concentrations. These concentrations officially began in August 2015. There are currently five specific concentrations, all of which are designed to enable students to balance the breadth of academic exploration with opportunities for deeper focus:

Business and Financial Law
Intellectual Property and Information Law
International, Comparative, and Foreign Law
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Public Interest and Service

In close cooperation with the Law School, and as part of its ongoing focus to connect current students, faculty, and alumni by substantive area of practice, the FLAA proudly announces the creation of five concentration affinity groups. To volunteer to become more involved, please email The Office of Alumni Relations. You are certainly welcome to join more than one affinity group if you wish.


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