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The Fordham Environmental Law Review explores a broad range of domestic and international environmental issues as well as social policy issues. The Review hosts an annual symposium each Spring that draws leading scholars, lawmakers, and regulatory officials from the environmental law field. For more information, please visit https://fordhamlawelr.org/.
The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal is a nationally recognized publication that deals with all areas of intellectual property law including patent and copyright law, Internet law, First Amendment rights, and mass media law. The Journal is the third most-cited IP journal in terms of citations in other journals.
The Fordham International Law Journal is one of the most competitive international law periodicals in the world—and, according to a recent study, one of the most frequently cited student-edited legal publications dedicated to the study of international law. The ILJ attracts contributions from prominent statespersons and members of the academic, legal, and political communities. Journal pieces have been cited in numerous US federal court decisions, US Supreme Court briefs and decisions, international courts decisions, law review articles, and CFR and ALR annotations.
The Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law is one of the premier student-edited business law journals in the country. Our articles, essays, notes, and comments, as well as the transcripts from our annual symposia and the annual lectures sponsored by the Fordham Corporate Law Center, address important issues arising in banking, bankruptcy, corporate governance, capital markets, finance, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and tax practices. These scholarly works, which have made the Journal the most-cited specialty journal in banking and finance, provide judges, policymakers, regulators, practitioners, and market participants with timely analyses of important developments in business law. For more on the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, please visit www.fordhamcorporatejournal.org
The Fordham Law Review is one of six well respected scholarly journals edited exclusively by Fordham Law students. Each issue explores significant legal issues and examines challenging questions in the law. The Fordham Law Review is the ninth most cited student-edited journal in terms of court cases and the fifth most cited journal in terms of citations by other law journals.
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Fordham Law Review Online ("FLR Online"), formerly Fordham Law Review Online, the online companion to the print Law Review, provides a forum for scholars and practitioners to respond to articles published in the print Law Review and to comment on timely legal issues. In accordance with the Law Review's commitment to high quality legal scholarship, the standards for publication in FLR Online are consistent with those for publication in the print Law Review. FLR Online articles are published on a rolling basis throughout the academic year.
The Forum is a student-edited online publication within the Voting Rights and Democracy Project at Fordham University School of Law. We publish legal analysis by law professors, scholars, policymakers, legal practitioners and law students on voting rights, election law, democratic institutions, and how these areas intersect with social justice.
The Fordham Urban Law Journal addresses policy issues affecting urban areas. The Journal is Fordham Law School's second oldest publication. The Fordham Urban Law Journal is the fourth most cited student-edited specialty journal of the more than 400 specialty journals in the country.
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The Fordham Urban Law Journal Online (ULJ Online) publishes timely and accessible scholarly essays that are intended for a wider audience than traditional law journal articles. As such, ULJ Online seeks pieces analyzing discrete legal issues, book reviews, responses to Articles and Essays published in the print Fordham Urban Law Journal, dialogues, graphic-intensive empirical studies, and other submissions tailored to the online format.