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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Current Issue: Volume 47, Number 4 (2020) Symposium: Urban Intelligence and the Emerging City
Smarter Cities or Bigger Brother? How the Race for Smart Cities Could Determine the Future of China, Democracy, and Privacy
John Wagner Givens and Debra Lam
From Smart Cities to Co-Cities: Emerging Legal and Policy Responses to Urban Vacancy
Dan Wu and Sheila R. Foster
Productive Separations: Emergent Governance of Reentry Labor
Responses or Comments
In Defense of Reentry: A Response to Shreya Subramani's Productive Separations
Kelly Orians and Thomas Frampton