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Spring 2012 Issue

Timely, practical—and radically original—legal scholarship takes center stage in the Spring 2012 issue of Fordham Lawyer magazine. We also get real with Fordham Law School’s Clinical Legal Education program, query the experts on consumer protection, and join a federal judge as he travels through Asia with Fordham faculty, staff, and alumni.

Extras

  
Rethinking Tort Law
Professor Benjamin Zipursky’s civil recourse theory moves to a leading position in American tort theory. Read the feature.

Five Star Review
Searching for the next big issue in legal scholarship? Look no further than the Fordham Law Review. Read the feature.

Getting Real
Practice makes perfect in the Law School’s Clinical Legal Education program. Read the feature.


 

 

From West to East

A travelogue by Denny Chin ’78, adjunct professor and judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Read the feature.

 

 

 

 



     

Professor Aaron Saiger on Obama's "Czars" for Domestic Policy and the Law of the White House Staff. Read the excerpt.

Susan Block-Lieb, Dora Galacatos ’96, Elizabeth Maresca & Marcella Silverman on consumer protection. Read the story.

Professor Nicholas Johnson explores the Second Amendment from new angles. Read the story.