Access to Justice (A2J) at Fordham Law School


Access to Justice (A2J) at Fordham Law School

Join the A2J Initiative at Fordham Law for a screening of clips from Rikers: An American Jail, the powerful documentary from acclaimed journalist Bill Moyers. There will also be a panel discussion about the future of the jail, including the hard choices to be confronted and the next essential steps to be taken.

Co-sponsored by the National Center for Access to Justice, Center on Race, Law & Justice, and Urban Law Journal at Fordham Law.

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Watch the film trailer.

The A2J Initiative at Fordham Law focuses the collective public service energy of the School to deliver on the promise of equal justice, which lies at the core of our concerns as a service-oriented institution and is the foundational bedrock of our constitutional society, through teaching, direct service, and scholarship, research and advocacy.

The following centers and institutes, in particular, pursue access to justice issues in their work:
• Center on Race, Law and Justice
• Feerick Center for Social Justice
• Institute on Religion, Law and Lawyer’s Work
• Leitner Center for International Law and Justice
• National Center for Access to Justice
• Stein Center for Law and Ethics
• Urban Law Center


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