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Fordham Law Review The Fordham Law Review is a scholarly journal serving the legal profession and the public by discussing current legal issues.

The Fordham Law Review is a scholarly journal serving the legal profession and the public by discussing current legal issues. Each volume comprises six books, three each semester, totaling over 3,000 pages. Managed by a board of eighteen student editors, the Law Review is a working journal, not merely an honor society. Nevertheless, Law Review membership is considered among the highest scholarly achievements at the Law School. The Fordham Law Review is the sixth most cited law review in cases, ninth most cited law review in other journals, and ranked sixteenth in Washington & Lee University's most recent annual study.

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06/06/2019
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A paper by Fordham Law student Lura Chamberlain ’20 and published in Fordham Law Review called, "FOSTA: A Hostile Law with a Human Cost," is cited in an Engadget article discussing Silicon Valley’s involvement in the fight against online sex trafficking.

Voices for Civil Justice
04/18/2019
Voices for Civil Justice

Voices for Civil Justice

Voices' founder Martha Bergmark on how human stories are a central pillar of efforts to reform our civil justice system, appearing in Fordham Law Review Online's Access to Justice Summit Collection. fordhamlawreview.org/online/

Fordham Law
04/18/2019
Fordham Law

Fordham Law

Law360 sourced an essay from Fordham Law Review online co-authored by James Gamble, senior counsel and director of the Justice Index Project at the National Center for Access to Justice at Fordham Law School, and Amy Widman, deputy director of the National Center for Access to Justice at Fordham Law School that highlights the need for accurate data in the civil justice reform movement. #AccesstoJustice #FordhamImpact

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03/08/2019
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Fordham Law

For the first time in its history, the Fordham Law Review Online has published an all-woman authored issue of the publication, in honor of the School’s celebration of 100 Years of Women. The issue was posted on March 8 to coincide with #InternationalWomensDay.

All pieces in the issue were written by women associated with Fordham Law School. Five pieces were penned by Fordham Law professors, two by Fordham Law alumnae, and four by current students. #FLS100WMN
https://frd.hm/2ENIOrM

Happy International Women's Day! Head to www.fordhamlawreview.org/online to read our Women's Issue featuring 11 pieces w...
03/08/2019

Happy International Women's Day! Head to www.fordhamlawreview.org/online to read our Women's Issue featuring 11 pieces written by women Professors, current students, and alumnae. #Vol87 #FLROnline

Hope to see you next Friday!
02/05/2019
Fordham Law

Hope to see you next Friday!

This program will bring together a diverse array of professionals, including attorneys, neuroscientists, and technologists, to explore current and near-future developments in robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), law, and policy. Panelists will discuss the relationship between neuroscience and the creation of sophisticated AIs and robots that are used across a range of industries. Speakers will then focus on the specific issues AI creates in financial regulation, information law, and intellectual property.

REGISTER: https://frd.hm/RiseOfTheMachines

LOCATION:
Fordham Law School
150 West 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023
Skadden Conference Center (Second Floor)

TIME:
8:30-9:00 a.m., Check-in
9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Program

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AGENDA:
8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
Registration

9 – 9:15 a.m.
Welcome Remarks

Matthew Diller, J.D.
Dean and Paul Fuller Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law

Deborah W. Denno, Ph.D., J.D.
Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, Founding Director, Neuroscience and Law Center, Fordham University School of Law

9:15 – 10:55 a.m.
Panel I: How Neuroscience and Ethics Inform Robots and the Laws Governing Them

Iria Giuffrida, Ph.D., LL.M.
Associate Director for Research, Center for Legal and Court Technology; Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, William & Mary Law School

Dhireesha Kudithipudi, Ph.D.
Professor, Graduate Program Chair, and Director, Neuromorphic Artificial Intelligence Lab, Department of Computer Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology

Gerhard Wagner, LL.M.
Professor, Chair of Civil Law, Business Law, and Economics, Faculty of Law, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid, Ph.D.
Visiting Professor of Law and Head of the AI-IP Project, Center on Law and Information Policy, Fordham University School of Law; Lecturer in Law, Founder and Academic Director, Shalom Comparative Legal Research Institute, Ono Academic College, Israel
Moderator: Janet Freilich, J.D.
Associate Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law

10:55 – 11:10 a.m.
Break

11:10 a.m. – 12:50 p.m.
Panel II: AI and Machine Learning in Finance and the Ethical Effect on Markets

Tom Baker, J.D.
William Maul Measey Professor of Law and Health Sciences, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Jonah Crane, J.D.
Executive Director, RegTech Lab; Regulator in Residence, FinTech Innovation Lab

Tom C.W. Lin, J.D.
Professor of Law, Temple University Beasley School of Law

Robert Seamans, M.B.A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations, New York University Stern School of Business

Moderator: Caroline Gentile, J.D.
Associate Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law

12:50 – 1:50 p.m.
Lunch

1:50 – 3:30 p.m.
Panel III: Ethical Programming and the Impact of Algorithmic Bias

Solon Barocas, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Information Science, Cornell University

Rebecca Crootof, J.D., Ph.D.
Clinical Lecturer in Law and Research Scholar in Law, Executive Director, Information Society Project, Yale Law School

Edward W. Felten, Ph.D.
Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs, Director, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University

Frank Pasquale, J.D., M.Phil.
Professor of Law, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Moderator: Ryan Surujnath, J.D.
Dean’s Fellow, Neuroscience and Law Center, Fordham University School of Law

3:30 – 3:45 p.m.
Break

3:45 – 5:25 p.m.
Panel IV: Protecting Consumers’ Privacy and Ensuring Ethical Data Practices

Ellen P. Goodman, J.D.
Professor of Law, Co-Director and Co-Founder, Rutgers Institute for Information Policy & Law, Rutgers Law School (Camden)

David W. Opderbeck, J.D., LL.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Law, Co-Director, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology, Seton Hall University School of Law

Katherine J. Strandburg, Ph.D., J.D.
Alfred B. Engelberg Professor of Law, Faculty Director, Information Law Institute, New York University School of Law

Ari Ezra Waldman, J.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Law, Founding Director, Innovation Center for Law and Technology, New York Law School

Moderator: Olivier Sylvain, J.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Law, Director, McGannon Center for Communications Research, Fordham University School of Law

5:25 – 5:30 p.m.
Closing Remarks

This event is sponsored by Davis Polk.

CLE CREDITS
Continuing legal education credits have been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board for a maximum of 8 transitional and non transitional credits: 4.5 ethics, 3 professional practice and .5 Elimination of Bias.

Vol. 87's first Symposium of the year was a great success. Thanks to all who participated, helped plan, and attended!
11/08/2018
Fordham Law

Vol. 87's first Symposium of the year was a great success. Thanks to all who participated, helped plan, and attended!

The Fordham Law Review’s Gender Equality and First Amendment symposium addressed many of the pressing challenges facing feminists and free speech advocates. One highlight was alumna Elisa D’Amico ’06 discussing her work with victims of revenge porn. [While an attack of this nature is internet-based, D’Amico made it clear that the repercussions ripple far out into the real world.]

Head over to www.fordhamlawreview.org to read our latest issue! Featuring selections from "A Decade of Advancing Immigra...
11/01/2018

Head over to www.fordhamlawreview.org to read our latest issue! Featuring selections from "A Decade of Advancing Immigrant Representation," two Articles, and six student notes. #Vol87

Can a good person be a good prosecutor? Abbe Smith first posed this question in 2001. Now, Smith and six other experts w...
10/03/2018
Fordham Law Review Online | Fordham Law Review

Can a good person be a good prosecutor?

Abbe Smith first posed this question in 2001. Now, Smith and six other experts weigh in with their contemporary views in Fordham Law Review Online's first ever Online Symposium: https://fordhamlawreview.org/online/

Let us know what you think!

Fordham Law Review Online (“FLR Online“), formerly Fordham Law Review Res Gestae, is the online companion to the Fordham Law Review. FLR Online provides scholars and practitioners with a forum to respond to articles published in the print Law Review and to comment on contemporary legal issues. F...

The Fordham Law Review is proud to publish the following pieces in Volume 87, Issue 1: Thomas W. Merrill’s piece for T...
10/01/2018
Current Issue | Fordham Law Review

The Fordham Law Review is proud to publish the following pieces in Volume 87, Issue 1:

Thomas W. Merrill’s piece for The Hands Lecture Series.

Selections from Fordham Law Review‘s Civil Litigation Reform in the Trump Era: Threats and Opportunities by Howard M. Erichson, Stephen B. Burbank & Sean Farhang, Jonah B. Gelbach & Deborah R. Hensler, Scott Dodson, Andrew D. Bradt, and Mark A. Behrens.

Two Articles: “Immigration Blame” by David S. Rubenstein and “Unlocking the Fifth Amendment: Passwords and Encrypted Devices” by Laurent Sacharoff.

Student Notes by David I. Berman, Zainab A. Cheema, Glen J. Dalakian II, Bina Nayee, William Pierotti, and Tracey Tomlinson.

Read it here: http://fordhamlawreview.org/law-review/current-issue/!

The Board of Vol. 87 (pictured here with a couple of members missing) is very excited for what the Fordham Law Review ha...
09/14/2018

The Board of Vol. 87 (pictured here with a couple of members missing) is very excited for what the Fordham Law Review has in store this year and we look forward to sharing it with you!

Please follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@FordhamLRev) to get all our updates!

The last issue of Volume 86 is up! The May issue features:Sixteen pieces from our Symposium "Fifty Years of Loving v. Vi...
05/04/2018
May 2018| Vol. 86, No. 6 | Issues Category | Fordham Law Review

The last issue of Volume 86 is up! The May issue features:

Sixteen pieces from our Symposium "Fifty Years of Loving v. Virginia and the Continued Pursuit of Racial Equality."

Two articles: "Unstitching Scarlet Letters?: Prosecutorial Discretion and Expungement" by Brian Murray, and "The New Writs of Assistance" by Ian Samuel.

Student Notes by Sylvia Lara Altreuter, Elaina Aquila, Sara J. Dennis, Yena Hong, Michael Leonidas Nester, and Praatika Prasad.

http://fordhamlawreview.org/issuescategory/may-2018-vol-86-no-6/

Congratulations to Deema Nagib, Vol. 86 Articles & Notes Editor and Advancement Chair, for receiving Fordham Law’s 201...
04/12/2018

Congratulations to Deema Nagib, Vol. 86 Articles & Notes Editor and Advancement Chair, for receiving Fordham Law’s 2018 Public Service Valedictorian Award and committing 1000+ hours to public service during three years of law school! Vol. 86 has been fortunate to benefit from her perspective, editing skills, and commitment to challenging the legal landscape.

In her words: “I’d like to invite all of us in here to find that youthful curiosity and imagination again. It’s our creativity that allows us to break free from complicity, even if just momentarily. It’s our creativity that allows us to deconstruct, reorganize, re-construct, and re-envision the world we want to live in. And even more importantly, it’s those of us who are most directly impacted by various systems of oppression that have the tools to envision the world that we deserve.”

Volume 86, Issue 5 is up!  The April issue features:Selections from The Stein Center for Law and Ethics & Fordham Law Re...
04/01/2018
Current Issue | Fordham Law Review

Volume 86, Issue 5 is up! The April issue features:

Selections from The Stein Center for Law and Ethics & Fordham Law Review‘s Colloquium on Access to Justice and the Legal Profession in an Era of Contracting Civil Liability.

“Why Limits on Contributions to Super PACS Should Survive Citizens United” by Albert W. Alschuler, Laurence H. Tribe, Norman L. Eisen & Richard W. Painter, and “Cutting In on the Chevron Two-Step” by Catherine M. Sharkey.

Student Notes by Matthew S. DeLuca, Elizabeth S. Kraus, Kathryn McMahon, Ryan A. Partelow, and Daniel P. Rabinowitz.

http://fordhamlawreview.org/law-review/current-issue/

Check out 3 new articles on Fordham Law Review Online accompanying the Symposium on Forensic Expert Testimony, Daubert, ...
03/19/2018
Fordham Law Review Online | Fordham Law Review

Check out 3 new articles on Fordham Law Review Online accompanying the Symposium on Forensic Expert Testimony, Daubert, and Rule 702. In these articles, FBI and DOJ officials weigh in on the value and validity of forensic evidence. Take a look here: http://fordhamlawreview.org/online/

ICYMI: pieces from the Symposium are available at http://fordhamlawreview.org/issuescategory/march-2018-vol-86-no-4/

Fordham Law Review Online (“FLR Online“), formerly Fordham Law Review Res Gestae, is the online companion to the Fordham Law Review. FLR Online provides scholars and practitioners with a forum to respond to articles published in the print Law Review and to comment on contemporary legal issues. F...

Volume 86, Issue 4 is up! The March issue features:Pieces from our Symposium on "Forensic Expert Testimony, Daubert, and...
03/01/2018
Current Issue | Fordham Law Review

Volume 86, Issue 4 is up!

The March issue features:

Pieces from our Symposium on "Forensic Expert Testimony, Daubert, and Rule 702" by Allen, Garrett & Fabricant, Grimm, Kafadar, Kaye, Lander, Moore, Moriarty, and Saltzburg.

Articles by Hirsch & Seiner, Marcus, and Smith & Tuttle.

Student Notes by Bannister, Kirschenbaum, Lagrotteria, Nordstrand, Stein, and Tomlinson.

Take a look: http://fordhamlawreview.org/law-review/current-issue/

Thanks to all for coming out to our “Civil Litigation Reform in the Trump Era” symposium today!  Congratulations to ...
02/23/2018

Thanks to all for coming out to our “Civil Litigation Reform in the Trump Era” symposium today! Congratulations to the Vol. 86 Executive Symposia Editor, Amanda Gottlieb, for doing such an excellent job this year!

We are proud to introduce the board of editors of Volume 87!
02/15/2018

We are proud to introduce the board of editors of Volume 87!

We are so excited to publish the first Fordham Law Review Online article!  Professor Marc Edelman of the Zicklin School ...
02/12/2018
Fordham Law Review Online | Fordham Law Review

We are so excited to publish the first Fordham Law Review Online article! Professor Marc Edelman of the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, The City University of New York, discusses whether NFL players can be fired for protesting during the national anthem. View it here: http://fordhamlawreview.org/online/

Fordham Law Review Online (“FLR Online“), formerly Fordham Law Review Res Gestae, is the online companion to the Fordham Law Review. FLR Online provides scholars and practitioners with a forum to respond to articles published in the print Law Review and to comment on contemporary legal issues. F...

Volume 86, Issue 2 is up!  The November issue features: Pieces from our “Terrorist Incitement on the Internet” Sympo...
11/08/2017
Current Issue | Fordham Law Review

Volume 86, Issue 2 is up! The November issue features:

Pieces from our “Terrorist Incitement on the Internet” Symposium by Tsesis, Chen, Citron & Wittes, Cohen-Almagor, Corbin, Han, Kitrosser, Koppelman, Norton, Redish & Fisher, and Rosenbaum.

Articles! "Algorithmic Jim Crow" by Margaret Hu and "Why Civil and Criminal Procedure Are So Different: A Forgotten History" by Ion Meyn.

Student Notes by Chao, Gottlieb, Leibowitz, Tremble, and Workman.

#keepinit86
http://fordhamlawreview.org/law-review/current-issue/

Volume 86, Issue 1 is now live! This issue features Articles by Rushin & Carroll, Blais, and Lipton.  We are privileged ...
10/04/2017
Current Issue | Fordham Law Review

Volume 86, Issue 1 is now live!

This issue features Articles by Rushin & Carroll, Blais, and Lipton. We are privileged to provide John Fabian Witt’s 2016 Hands Lecture, "Adjudication in the Age of Disagreement," on the occasion of the Second Circuit's 125th anniversary celebration. Lastly, we are thrilled to publish Notes by Cohen, Hermann, A. Lau, Margiotta, Minasi, and Torres!

#keepinit86

http://fordhamlawreview.org/law-review/current-issue/

We are honored and proud to support the Feerick Center for Social Justice's "Continuity in the Presidency: Gaps and Solu...
09/28/2017

We are honored and proud to support the Feerick Center for Social Justice's "Continuity in the Presidency: Gaps and Solutions" symposium on the 25th Amendment today. Thanks to Fordham Law School's Second Presidential Succession Clinic for providing such thought-provoking recommendations, and thanks to all for attending!

04/06/2017
Honored Students | American College of Bankruptcy

Congratulations to our very own Volume 86 Senior Articles Editor, Jon Hermann, on being recognized by the American College of Bankruptcy as a 2017 Distinguished Bankruptcy Law Student for the Second Circuit!

In order to qualify for this award, a student must be nominated by a college member, professor, or dean. The American College of Bankruptcy is an educational and professional association of bankruptcy professionals.

https://www.americancollegeofbankruptcy.com/news-events/honored-students/

Honored Students of the American College of Bankruptcy. The mission of the College is to honor and recognize distinguished bankruptcy professionals who are qualified for membership in an effort to set standards of achievement for others in the insolvency community.

Congratulations to Constantine N. Katsoris ('57) for receiving the Leonard F. Manning Achievement Award at our annual Fo...
03/30/2017

Congratulations to Constantine N. Katsoris ('57) for receiving the Leonard F. Manning Achievement Award at our annual Fordham Law Review Alumni Dinner!

Many thanks to all of our distinguished and generous alumni who attended the event and continue to support Fordham Law Review. We had a wonderful evening at the Yale Club of New York!

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