As a member of the Adjunct Faculty of Fordham University School of Law, you play an important role in the legal education of the student body, bringing substantive expertise, enthusiasm, and a generous commitment of your time. The Law School's Adjunct Professors help enrich the breadth of courses we can offer our students and enhance the diversity of perspectives to the academic curricula and legal community.
This webpage is designed to help acquaint you with the policies and procedures of the Law School, and to assist you as you prepare for and conduct class. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or our designated administrators. The motto of Fordham Law School is "In the Service of Others," and your participation in the Law School's faculty helps us fulfill this. We wish you a stimulating academic year and a wonderful experience with us.
Michael M. Martin, Dean
Sheila Foster, Vice Dean for Academic Affairs
"From the beginning, the phrase associated with Fordham Law School has been “In the Service of Others.” Fordham graduates earn this phrase not only by demonstrating the highest standards of excellence and ethics in their daily work, but also by giving back to their communities and profession willingly and selflessly."
Constantine N. Katsoris, Professor of Law