Meeting the Moment

Dear Colleagues,

Aspects of our lives and our work have returned to normal following the global health pandemic, but legal issues surrounding equity, access to justice, and representation remain. The students and faculty in our clinics are responding by working harder than ever to serve their clients and provide crucial legal counsel and representation.

Meet the newly launched Right to Housing Litigation Clinic, the new Global Anti-Racism Clinic, the restructured Family Defense and Advocacy Clinic, and the innovative Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, in our new video series below.

I hope to connect with you soon.

Michael W. Martin, Associate Dean for Experiential Education


The Right to Housing Litigation Clinic

Housing affordability is one of, if not the most, significant domestic policy issues of our time. New York has long been a leader on issues of housing affordability. Professor Norrinda Hayat, who leads the Right to Housing Litigation Clinic, is an award-winning housing advocate who joined the full-time faculty at Fordham Law in the fall. In this clinic, students use legal strategies to assist clients facing housing-related issues.

Click here to view the rest of our Meeting the Moment video series.


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