|Start Date and Time||Event Details
|GBS - Additional Session for Saturday Classes due to Easter
GBS - Additional Session for Saturday Classes due to Easter
|GSAS - Last Day to Change PI or FI Grades Incurred During Fall 2016
GSAS - Last Day to Change PI or FI Grades Incurred During Fall 2016
|GSE - Deadline for Oral Defense of Dissertation for May 2017 Graduation
GSE - Deadline for Oral Defense of Dissertation for May 2017 Graduation
|7:00 AM ||LAW: Fall 2017 Semester Add/Drop begins for all students
Fall Registration | My.Fordham
|9:00 AM - 5:00 PM ||Law Review Symposium: Terrorist Incitement on the Internet
Fordham Law Review Symposium
Terrorist Incitement on the Internet
Friday, April 7, 2017
8:30 a.m., check-in and breakfast
9:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., symposium
Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus
140 W 62nd Street | McNally Amphitheater
The Fordham Law Review will host a major conference on the First Amendment and the limits it sets on the regulation of terrorist speech on the Internet. Participants will discuss one of the most pressing dilemmas of our day about the balance between speech and national security concerns.
CLE credit for the program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board for (6) professional practice credit hours. The content of the course is appropriate for transitional and nontransitional attorneys.
Co-sponsored by Loyola University School of Law - Chicago
|9:00 AM - 4:00 PM ||Urban Law Journal Symposium
Urban Law Journal Symposium
How the Poor Still Pay More:
A Reexamination of Urban Poverty
in the Twenty-First Century
Friday, April 7, 2017
10:30 a.m. check-in & coffee
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. program
Fordham Law School
150 W 62nd Street | Moot Courtroom
Inspired by David Caplovitz’s The Poor Pay More, this year’s Symposium explores how costs of living prevent upward mobility for low-income city dwellers. Caplovitz examined the systemic trends keeping underprivileged New Yorkers in poverty. The fiftieth anniversary of his work is an opportunity to reassess his provocative predictions. We will examine how the urban poor still struggle to afford the essentials—food, healthcare, housing—and how consumer financing and the criminal justice system intensify their struggle.
This event is free and open to the public.
CLE credit for the program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board for (4.5) professional practice credit hours. The content of the course is appropriate for transitional and nontransitional attorneys.
co-sponsored by the Stein Center for Law and Ethics, Urban Law Center, Fordham Urban Consortium, and Center on Race, Law, and Justice
|10:00 AM - 5:30 PM ||Admitted Students Day
We hope to see you at our April Admitted Students Day! The program will include academic sessions, career information, student panel, building tour and a chance to mingle with faculty and your future classmates!