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Spring 2015 Issue

Gracing the cover of this issue is Professor Richard Squire, who discusses the necessity of bankruptcies and bailouts. Steven Vincent '83 also talks finance, and Professor Linda Sugin explains her unique approach to tax law. The Urban Law Center is highlighted for its progressive role in the life of cities. Six professors share their insights on developments in the field of family law. The legacy of Michael M. Martin is honored as he steps down as the Law School's tenth Dean.


In the Red, White, and Blue
According to Professor Richard Squire, bankruptcies and bailouts are a necessary part of the American way. Read the feature.



Tax Time
Professor Linda Sugin has a broad and unique approach to tax law. Read the feature.


Andrew Kent on "Disappearing Legal Black Holes and Converging Domains." Read the excerpt. Professors Elizabeth Cooper, Clare Huntington, Joseph Landau, Ethan Leib, Robin Lenhardt, and Catherine Powell discuss family law. Read the Q&A. Urbanism at Fordham Law. Read the feature.