Fordham Law School opened its doors on September 28, 1905, a school with ten students and six faculty members. That day marked a great beginning, and on September 28, 2005, we began a year-long celebration of Fordham Law's history and the law school community's remarkable achievements over 100 years. The heart of any great academic institution is, of course, academics, and, as part of the centennial celebration, we are hosting an extraordinary series of conferences. This issue of the Fordham Law Review presents the papers produced by the first of the year's conferences, the Symposium on the jurisprudence of Justice John Paul Stevens that was held at the law school on September 30 and October 1, 2005.
74 Fordham L. Rev. 1557-1559 (2006)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Treanor, William Michael, "Introduction: The Jurisprudence of Justice Stevens Symposium" (2006). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 465.