The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal is one of the leading scholarly law journals dedicated to the publication in all areas of intellectual property law including: Patent law, Copyright law, Trademark law, Telecommunications, Internet law, Counterfeiting, Bootlegging and piracy issues, Entertainment and sports law, First Amendment rights, and Mass media law.
In 2014, according to surveys compiled by Washington & Lee University, the Fordham IPLJ was ranked #1 law journal in arts, entertainment & sports law, and #6 in intellectual property law. The Fordham IPLJ articles have been read into the Congressional Record, cited in the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and in amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Fordham Art Law Society (FALS), was founded in 2012 by a group of first year law students with a passion for art law. Since its founding, FALS has hosted organizations, such as the Lawyers Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation (LCCHP), as well as a diverse range of specialists, authors, and enthusiasts.
Capitalizing on our location in New York City, FALS strives to improve the legal efficiency of the art community by promoting the understanding of the intersection between the arts and the law. Specifically, FALS provides a forum for the contemplation and discussion of potential improvements to the art community, and serves as an outlet for members to execute these ideas.