William H. Mulligan
Dean Mulligan reported on the School's progress in his annual Dean's Report to Alumni. Mulligan focused on Public Service, Faculty accomplishments, the expanding Moot Court program, and a new reading room in the library ("where conversation and smoking are permitted").
Joseph M. McLaughlin
Jospeh McLaughlin's first annual report "departed from tradition," and announced "The Fordham Law School faculty, afflicted as it is with a unique sense of humor, has seen fit to add irreverent illustrations and impertinent footnotes. Despite these occasional intrusions, my message (I hope) comes through: It has been a good year." McLaughlin announced for the first time a fund raising campaign independent of the University that would provide exclusively for Law School purposes. McLaughlin's annual reports
John D. Feerick
The eighth Dean of Fordham Law School, John Feerick, focused on the faculty and administration for his first annual report to the alumni.
William M. Treanor
Dean William M. Treanor reported on a successful year highlighting faculty scholarship, new space at 33 West 60th St. that would support interests in international law, a documentary film featuring the Crowley Program's human rights mission to Ghana, a new Center for Corporate, Securities and Financial Law, a record number of applications received by the Admissions Office, Thomas A. Moore, c/o '72, honored with the Alumni Association Medal of Achievement, and the tenth year of the Stein Scholars program.
Martin M. Martin
Michael Martin, faculty member for almost 40 years, served as the interim Dean in 2009-2010. In the midst of a $100 million campaign that would support the new Law School building, scholarships, faculty chairs, centers and institutes, and the Annual Fund, Martin, emphasized One Vision: " Fordham Law Stands apart because we offer a complete legal education distinguished by our commitment to academic excellence, dedication to the craft of lawyering, focus on ethics, devotion to service, and loyalty to community; and One Promise: "Fordham Law's campaign is more than bricks and mortar. It is more than dollars and cents. The campaign is a promise to future generations of law students that Fordham Law will continue to prepare excellent lawyers to be leaders in the legal profession."