1. Fordham Law Film Festival 2010: Preview of "You Don't Know Jack"

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    Thane Rosenbaum, Director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, offers a sneak preview of "You Don't Know Jack," which will be shown Friday, Oct. 15, during Fordham Law Film Festival. The festival runs Oct. 15-21. The Barry Levinson film stars Al Pacino as the controversial Dr. Jack Kevorkian who assisted in more than 130 suicides and waged epic legal battles defending a patient's right to die. Dr. Kevorkian will join Rosenbaum for a post-screening conversation about the film.

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    • Fordham Law Film Festival 2010: Preview of "They Won't Forget"

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      Thane Rosenbaum, Director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, offers a sneak preview of "They Won't Forget," which will be shown Wednesday, Oct. 20, during Fordham Law Film Festival. The festival runs Oct. 15-21. In the classic film, based on the notorious 1915 lynching of Leo Frank in Atlanta, a small southern town clamors for the conviction of a New York transplant accused of rape and murder of a teenage girl (Lana Turner) after an ambitious prosecutor (Claude Rains) creates a media frenzy. Rosenbaum's post-screening conversation guests will be Morris Dickstein, author of the critically acclaimed "Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression"; Abraham Foxman, National Director of the Anti-Defamation League; and Alfred Uhry, the Oscar-, Tony-, and Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright and screenwriter of "Driving Miss Daisy" who's Tony-winning musical "Parade" is also based on the Leo Frank case.

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      • Fordham Law Film Festival 2010: Preview of "12 Angry Men"

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        Thane Rosenbaum, Director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, offers a sneak preview of "12 Angry Men," which will be shown Sunday, Oct. 17, during Fordham Law Film Festival. The festival runs Oct. 15-21. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor will join Rosenbaum for a post-screening conversation about the classic Oscar-nominated film. Directed by Sidney Lumet, the film explores the human emotions, prejudices, and conflicts that take place in a jury room where 12 jurors determine the guilt or innocence of a Latino teenager accused of murdering his father.

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        • Fordham Law Film Festival 2010: Preview of "Worse Than War"

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          Thane Rosenbaum, Director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, offers a sneak preview of "Worse Than War," which will be shown Saturday, Oct. 16, during Fordham Law Film Festival. The festival runs Oct. 15-21. The riveting and widely-praised documentary (inspired by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen's book by the same title), which aired nationally on PBS, explores the causes of worldwide genocide--how it happens, why it happens, and what can be done about it. Rosenbaum's post-screening conversation guests will be Daniel Jonah Goldhagen and CBS News and "60 Minutes" Correspondent Bob Simon.

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          • The Always Recognizable Justice John Paul Stevens

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            ABC News Legal Correspondent Jan Crawford Greenburg relates a humorous anecdote about Justice John Paul Stevens on the steps of the Supreme Court. From Fordham's Forum on Law, Culture & Society Conversation with America’s Leading Legal Journalists (04.09.08).

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            • Dean Treanor on Mexican Supreme Court Television

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              On March 12, 2010, Dean William Michael Treanor appeared on Mexico's Supreme Court television channel, Canal Judicial, to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court and American legal education.

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              • Fordham Law's CLIP on CNN

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                Fordham Law's Center on Law and Information Policy (CLIP) was mentioned on CNN's March 26 broadcast of World Broadcast Today. CNN interviewed political columnist and blogger Michael Anti, the keynote speaker at CLIP's recent symposium, Hate Versus Democracy on the Internet.

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                • The Intersection of Law & Social Work in Fordham Law Clinics

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                  Kathy Ho, Supervising Social Worker of Fordham Law's Clinics, describes the interdisciplinary aspects of the Law School's Criminal Defense and Family Advocacy Clinics.

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                  • Fordham Law Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions Clinic

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                    Clinical Associate Professor Gemma Solimene talks about what students can expect in the newly established Fordham Law Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions Clinic.

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                    • Fordham Law Prosecution Clinic

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                      Kevin Duddy ’85, Director of Trial Advocacy for the Queens County District Attorney's Office, talks about what students can expect in the newly established Fordham Law Prosecution Clinic that he directs.

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