The Fordham Law curriculum offers a perfect mix of courses devoted to theoretical inquiry as well as practical exposure. LLM students have the opportunity to enroll in drafting courses, clinics, and externships that offer them hands-on legal experience. LLM students may also apply for special staff positions on student-run journals. Each year LLM students also serve on the boards of student organizations, such as the Student Bar Association.
The Graduate Professional Development Program (GPDP) was created to address the career planning and professional development needs of Fordham Law School’s LLM community. The GPDP sponsors a wide variety of services for students, including assistance with résumé writing, interviewing skills, and job-search strategies, as well as individualized counseling sessions. Alumni can take advantage of individual advising, as well as assistance with résumé and cover letter writing. We aim to provide the highest level of service to students, alumni, and employers alike.
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There are a limited number of dorm rooms available to LLM students. The Residential Life Office will make housing assignments on a first-come, first-served basis. Fordham Law also offers some graduate housing at 134 West 58th Street, a short walk to the Law School. Most students live off campus, either in Manhattan or other boroughs of New York City, or in New Jersey. An excellent public transportation network makes for easy travel into and within New York City.
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