Urban Law Journal, Fordham History, Lincoln Center, ULJ


After Fordham University moved the School of Law to the cultural hub at Lincoln Center, the problems associated with our urban areas began to accelerate. It became apparent that a closer focus had to be directed specifically at the urban problems of the nation, with particular emphasis on the affairs of its then largest city and state - New York. Thus, the Fordham Urban Law Journal (ULJ or Journal) published its first issue in 1972, exactly 20 years ago. This article commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Urban Law Journal, reflecting on the Journal's most notable accomplishments and tracing its rise to relative prominence.



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