Looking Back and Looking Forward: Fifteen Years of Advancing Immigrant Representation

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December 2007


The Fordham Law Review hosts a number of symposia each academic semester.  Professors, legal scholars, and other academics meet, confer, and discuss various law-related subjects.  The Fordham Law Review then publishes articles, essays, transcripts, and videos resulting from the symposia.  For information about upcoming symposia and symposia-related events, please click here.

The Fordham Law Review is now accepting symposia proposals for Academic Year 2023–2024 from January 1st through March 10th.   Proposals are expected to include a title, a brief summary of the topic, the name(s) and CV(s) of the organizing professor(s), a preliminary outline of panels, and a projected list of panel invitees. Proposals should be between two to five pages and indicate a preference for hosting in the fall, spring, or an indifference between the two. Proposals should be submitted to

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The Diffuse Executive
The President's Approval Power
Article III, the Bill of Rights, and Administrative Adjudication
The Collateral Fallout from The Quest for a Unitary Executive
Command and Control:  Operationalizing the Unitary Executive
Beyond Removal
Public Law Litigation in Eighteenth Century America:  Diffuse Law Enforcement in a Partisan World
The President's Fourth Branch?
Concerted Civic Administration
Expert Knowledge, Democratic Accountability, and the Unitary Executive