1. Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 1 of 5

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    Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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    • What is Corruption, How Should We Define It, and Why Is It Bad?

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      The first panel of the 2015 Fordham Law Review symposium featured Richard L. Hasen of UC-Irvine Law School; Lawrence Lessig of Harvard Law; and Zephyr Teachout of Fordham Law. The panel was moderated…

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      • Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 2 of 5

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        Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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        • Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 4 of 5

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          Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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          • Notorious RBG Holds Court at Fordham Law

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            As part of the Robert L. Levine Distinguished Lecture Series sponsored by the Fordham Law Review, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg enthralled a capacity audience of more than…

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            • Fordham Law Review 2011 Symposium - Part 1 of 5

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              On April 8, 2011, the Fordham Law Review sponsored "Official and Municipal Liability for Constitutional and International Torts Today: Does the Roberts Court Have an Agenda?" Panelists discussed…

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              • Panel 1: Chevron in the Courts

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                On March 7, 2014, the Fordham Law Review hosted its spring symposium, Chevron at 30: Looking Back and Looking Forward. The symposium marked the thirtieth anniversary of the seminal Supreme Court decision…

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                • Panel 4: Chevron at 30: Big Deal? Good Deal? Bad Deal?

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                  On March 7, 2014, the Fordham Law Review hosted its spring symposium, Chevron at 30: Looking Back and Looking Forward. The symposium marked the thirtieth anniversary of the seminal Supreme Court decision…

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                  • The Political Economy of Global Corruption Regulation

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                    The fourth panel of the 2015 Fordham Law Review symposium featured Thomas H. Lee of Fordham Law and Laura Underkuffler Cornell Law. The panel was moderated by Fordham Law Professor Sean J. Griffith.

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                    • Corruption Regulation in Practice via the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

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                      The third panel of the 2015 Fordham Law Review symposium featured Jay Holtmeier of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr; Mike Koehler of Southern Illinois University School of Law; and Lucinda A.…

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