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November 5, 2014

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Wednesday, November 05, 2014

All Day Anonymous Course Evaluations (Multi-Day Event)
Let your voice be heard! Evaluate now!! Please click on to evaluate your courses.

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Representing Palestinian Rights in the Israeli Supreme Court: Client Loyalty, Social Change and Poli


NETA ZIV, Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University, Israel; Visiting Professor @ Fordham Law, Fall 2014

, Edward & Marilyn Bellet Chair in Legal Ethics, Morality and Religion @ Fordham Law

When:           Wednesday, November 5
Time:             12:30-2:00 pm
Where:           Room 8-10
Food:              Pizza will be served
Co-Sponsors: The Leitner Center for International Law & Justice, the Institute on Religion, Law and Lawyer's       Work and the Stein Center for Law and Ethics


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Cancelled) Blackboard Analytics training
Blackboard Analytics platform is a system for analysis of student data from Banner.  It can be used to discover vital insights into student population, manage course loads and class utilization and help allocate resources more effectively.

This is a hands-on training session which will be held on the Rose Hill Campus, in Dealy Hall, Room E-205.
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM FSSF Information Sessions

Fordham Student Sponsored Fellowship (FSSF) is a student-run organization that raises money through its annual auction.  The auction proceeds are used to fund stipends for FSSF student volunteers who have unpaid public interest internships during the summer.  FSSF will be having two final informational sessions for 1Ls and 2Ls .  These meetings are mandatory for students wishing to participate in FSSF this year.  See below for the times, dates, and locations:


Monday, October 27th at 1pm in Rm 3-01

Wednesday, November, 5th  at 1pm in Rm 3-01


For more information, email
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Law School Tour
A guided tour of the law school will be presented by a current student. The tour should last between 30-45 minutes. You must register online at least 24 hours in advance to secure a spot. Please have a state issued form of identification to gain access to the building.  

Your tour guide will meet you in the lobby of the law school building by the welcome desk.

Please note tours will start exactly on time, so it's best to arrive a few minutes early.  

We Look forward to your visit and welcome you to Fordham Law School.

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Information Session - Attorney Emeritus Program - AEP -


You are Invited to the  Attorney Emeritus Program Information Session.

This Information Session will bring together representatives from AEP Legal Services Providers and Emeritus Volunteers to share information on volunteer opportunities and facilitate volunteer placement. Organizations invited to present include:

  • Brooklyn Defender Services
  • JASA
  • The Legal Aid Society
  • Legal Services NYC

Date: Wednesday November 5, 2014

Time: 4:30pm

Location: Fordham Law School

150 West 62nd Street, 9 Floor (9-05)

New York, NY 10023.




For more information please contact Chelsea Wilson at or call 212-636-7671


4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Stein Scholars Events
Stein Scholars Event - Standards of Police Conduct

Recent tragic events raise the question of what standards of conduct police should follow in their day to day interactions with people. It is difficult to define how far the police mission to serve and protect extends and what proper police conduct is in different cases. In New York, a frequent discussion topic is the 'broken windows theory,' the idea that heavily enforcing minor violations and 'quality of life' crimes is the best way to reduce violent crime. This theory has resulted in a disproportionately heavy police presence in low income and minority neighborhoods, and the collateral effects of this policing strategy has been the topic of vigorous debate in and out of the courtroom. The Stein Scholars present a fair and balanced discussion on whether the 'broken windows theory' is a wise or fair use of police resources and what other models of policing might be preferable.



LeShera Hardy, Public Defender, Brooklyn Defender Services

Austin Ashe, Ph.D Candidate, Duke University

Andrea Ritchie, Police Misconduct Attorney, Streetwise and Safe

Cynthia Conti-Cook, Special Litigation Unit Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society

Additional Speakers TBD


Date and Time: Wednesday, November 5, 2014 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM


Place: Fordham Law School, 150 West 62nd Street, Constantino (Second Floor)

Sponsors: Black Law Students Association (BLSA) - Fordham Chapter, National Lawyers Guild (NLG) - Fordham Chapter, Legal Aid Society (NLP) - Fordham Chapter

Open to all Fordham Law School community.  All Stein Scholars must attend this event or "Alternatives to Incarceration" which took place last Wed, preferably both. 

5:00 PM - 6:20 PM AEP Long Memo Workshop

Come get tips on how to attack the long memo from members of Law Review. Workshop will be recorded.

5:30 PM A Conversation with Avi S. Garbow, General Counsel of US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

A Conversation with Avi S. Garbow
General Counsel of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Introduction by Dean Michael Martin, Fordham Law School
Wednesday 5 November 2014 | 5.30PM | Fordham Law School | Room 3-09

The Leitner Center for International Law and JusticeFordham Environmental Law Review and the Fordham Environmental Law Advocates invite you to join us for a conversation with Avi S. Garbow, General Counsel of US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Avi S. Garbow was sworn in as General Counsel for the United States Environmental Protection Agency on August 7, 2013. He previously served as the Agency’s Deputy General Counsel for four years.  Garbow has two decades of environmental law experience – in the private and public sectors – and as Deputy General Counsel, was primarily engaged in the significant legal and related policy issues confronting the Agency in its media programs, including air, water, waste, and toxics.  

From 1992 to 1996, he served in EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, and then served with distinction as a federal prosecutor in the Department of Justice Environmental Crimes Section.  In private practice, Garbow was a litigation partner and junior partner at two major international firms.  Garbow has served on the boards of directors, and in other capacities, for various environmental and international human rights organizations.  Previously, he held leadership positions in the American Bar Association’s International Human Rights Committee.  


5:30 PM - 6:20 PM Evening Division Pizza Night
Informal gatherings for Evening Division Students. Pizza (including Kosher pizza) and beverages will be served.  If you have any suggestions for possible speakers at these events, contact Abel Montez, Room 4-101E, Office of Student Affairs (212) 636 -7155.
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Panel Discussion on LGBT Rights in South Asia

For LGBT people, South Asia holds many contradictions. It has a rich history of non-normative genders and sexualities, yet several countries still criminalize homosexuality. High level courts have issued groundbreaking judgments but also upheld punitive laws. Even countries with progressive legal frameworks struggle to implement their protections on the ground. In a panel discussion, leading experts will discuss the current state of LGBT rights in the region, the principle challenges facing activists, and possibilities for future advocacy. The panel will include Shale Ahmed, founder of Bandhu Social Welfare Society and one of Bangladesh’s leading LGBT activists, and Rashima Kwatra, formerly of the UNDP’s Being LGBT in Asia program. Other speakers to be confirmed. A reception will follow.

RSVP to: Brian Tronic,

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