Fordham University School of Law

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Founded 1905 | ABA Accredited 1936

Founded in 1905 and ABA-accredited since 1936, Fordham Law School has grown into one of the most competitive law schools in the nation. Located in New York, NY near Lincoln Center, Fordham Law consistently ranks among the top 30 law schools according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings. Students learn the law by engaging in the school’s traditional course offerings, electives, legal writing program, clinics and other academic opportunities. In addition, its New York City location gives students access to state and federal courts, externship opportunities, law firms, financial centers and several other resources.


Geraldine Ferraro, Former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives and first woman Vice Presidential candidate of a major political party John Mara, President and COO of New York Giants John N. Mitchell, U.S. Attorney General who served under President Richard Nixon Ruth Whitehead Whaley, First female African-American lawyer admitted to the bar in the state of New York G. Gordon Liddy, conservative talk radio host and mastermind of the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate building in 1972

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