Fordham Law professor Robin A. Lenhardt has been named a 2019–2020 fellow in Princeton University’s Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA). Lenhardt is also the founder and faculty director of Fordham Law’s Center on Race, Law & Justice, and she will spend the upcoming academic year working on her new book, Race, Law, and Family in an American City: The Untold Story of Moore v. City of East Cleveland.
Each class of LAPA fellows brings to Princeton expertise and experience in law and related subjects. The fellows spend the academic year in residence pursuing their research projects, participating in law-related programs, and engaging with faculty and students. LAPA fellows are selected in a competitive process from a large interdisciplinary and international applicant pool. Read more about the 19–20 LAPA fellows here.