In his Domestic Banking column, Clyde Mitchell, professor of Financial Services Regulatory Law at Fordham law School, writes that Gramm-Leach-Bliley Financial Services Modernization Act and the Glass
Michelle J. Anderson, Dean, contends: We don't think it makes sense for a student to graduate law school today without real world experience in practice
In this free Special Section, the New York Law Journal asks the deans of New York's 15 law schools to share their unique perspective on such topics as rising tuition costs, the newly implemented 50-h
Michael M. Martin, Dean and Fordham University Distinguished Professor of Law, notes: Along with becoming a lawyer, graduates use their legal training to supplement their study and knowledge in a ran
Stewart J. Schwab, Allan R. Tessler Dean and Professor of Law, says: Our motto is to educate "Lawyers in the best sense." We are preparing students for a lifetime career, which means they must have a
...shorthand for "High Speed Swim Lane." It operated under the motto, "Loans Move Forward, Never Backward." Employees involved in...
In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco, executive assistant district attorney, investigations division, Office of the Queens County District Attorney, writes that a juror accessing social media m
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