Fordham University, School of Law
A leader in American legal education, Fordham Law School is distinguished by its vibrant academic community that is dedicated equally to scholarship, the craft of lawyering, and public service. The school, centrally located in Manhattan, is one of the most selective schools in the United States, and five of its specialty programs have been ranked among the nation’s top 25: intellectual property law, international law, trial advocacy, dispute resolution, and clinical legal education.
The School’s student journals are some of the most cited in the legal profession: the Fordham Law Review is the 6th most-cited law journal in judicial opinions, and the School has four of the top 5 most-cited specialty law journals—the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law (#1), the Fordham Urban Law Journal (#2), the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal (#3) and the Fordham International Law Journal (#4).
Fordham Law immerses its more than 1,700 students in a broad range of legal advocacy, assistance, and education efforts around the world.