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December 2017 | Volume 86, Issue 3

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The Fordham Law Review is proud to publish the following pieces in Volume 86, Issue 3:

“Continuity in the Presidency: Gaps and Solutions” Symposium pieces by John D. Feerick, Matthew Diller, Second Fordham University School of Law Clinic on Presidential Succession, Roy E. Brownell II, Robert E. Gilbert, Joel K. Goldstein, and  Rebecca C. Lubot.

Articles by Samuel Estreicher & Steven Menashi, and Holning Lau & Hillary Li.

Student Notes by Robert Colton, Immanuel Kim, Ben Klein, Bronwyn Roantree, and Thomas Sperber.

 

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