Social Justice

Dear Colleagues,

Recent events pose a challenge that we have never seen before—a global health LSLS Lawyer - Michael W Martinpandemic combined with a national movement for racial justice. The students and faculty in our clinics are responding by working harder than ever to serve their clients with crucial legal counsel and representation and the development of innovative policy proposals. We are grateful for the driven clinicians here at Fordham Law and our colleagues in the greater law community for their unflagging dedication to serving the underserved. Thank you for your incredible work.

Michael W. Martin, Associate Dean for Experiential Education

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Fordham Law School Releases Reports Aimed at Checking Presidential Power and Improving Government Ethics and Transparency

June 8, 2020 – A Fordham Law School clinic is recommending a slate of non-partisan reforms to strengthen the United States’ institutions and its democracy. In six policy reports announced [...]

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Posted on June 4, 2020

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