Fordham Media Mentions: April 21, 2017

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

DEBORAH DENNO
Pause on Arkansas executions highlights national trend
USA Today 04-16-17
Deborah Denno, a professor at Fordham University School of Law, said the use of DNA evidence has led to closer scrutiny of death penalty cases by both the legal system and the general public.

RAYMOND KUO
Raymond Kuo on Syria strikes
Fox 5 NY 04-18-17
Raymond Kuo, an assistant professor of political science, discusses the Syria strikes and the Trump administration’s possible strategy, on Fox-5 NY.

WFUV

New York Politicians Offer Tax Returns and Pokes at Trump
The New York Times 04-18-17
Mr. de Blasio’s charitable donations include small contributions to 15 nonprofits that he has given to in past years, including social service organizations and WFUV, the Fordham University radio station.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

OWL Cybersecurity Appoints Andrew Lewman as Vice President
WAFB.com 04-19-17
Lewman’s background has also led to success as an author, with works published by both the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction and Fordham University Press.

SCHOOL OF LAW

In wake of his death, Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction will be voided
The Washington Post 04-19-17
“Its effect is to stop all proceedings ab initio (from the beginning) and render the defendant as if he or she had never been charged,” Timothy A. Razel wrote in a 2007 Fordham Law Review article about the principle.

John Marshall Intellectual Property Center Director Daryl Lim Participates in the “Davos of the IP World” at Fordham
Fiannce.AZcentral.com 04-20-17
Associate Professor Daryl Lim, Director of the Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, will participate in two panels at Fordham University School of Law’s 25th Annual Intellectual Property Law & Policy Conference this week in New York.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

DEBORAH DENNO
Delay in Arkansas Executions Seen as Part of Larger Pattern
TheCrimeReport.org 04-17-17
Although lethal injection became the nation’s primary method of execution in the 1990s, recent sustained challenges by death row inmates and death penalty opponents have gained traction in the court system, says Deborah Denno, a law professor at Fordham University.

DEBORAH DENNO
Pause on Arkansas executions highlights national trend
USA Today 04-16-17
Deborah Denno, a professor at Fordham University School of Law, said the use of DNA evidence has led to closer scrutiny of death penalty cases by both the legal system and the general public.

DEBORAH DENNO
‘We’ve Never Seen Anything Like This’: Why Arkansas Is Executing 7 People in 11 Days
Time 04-14-17
Deborah Denno, a Fordham University law professor who studies lethal injection, says that carrying out more than one execution already heightens the risk that something could go wrong — let alone seven in a week and a half with an often-criticized lethal injection drug.

DEBORAH DENNO
Former Arkansas Death Row Chief Shocked at Execution Binge — “What Are They Going to Tell Their Kids?”
The Intercept 04-18-17
Deborah Denno, a professor of law at Fordham University who has studied capital punishment for 25 years, agrees.

DEBORAH DENNO
Legalizing marijuana, Eli Manning sued, law school trends, Bennifer, Blago & Aaron Hernandez in this week’s Legal Face-Off
WGN Radio 04-20-17
Legal Face-Off welcomes Fordham University School of Law Professor Deborah Denno to discuss Arkansas’ pause on executions.

JOEL R. REIDENBERG
Welcome to Internet Privacy Limbo
TechnologyReview.com 04-17-17
Now we’re in a sort of “limbo situation,” says Joel Reidenberg, a professor at Fordham University School of Law.

JOEL R. REIDENBERG
Liberty Can Survive the Digital Age
Venitism.wordpress.com 04-17-17
Few oversight mechanisms remain for states to monitor “fake news” and filter bubbles, and so it’s an issue that experts continue to grapple with, argued Joel Reidenberg of Fordham University’s Law School and former Microsoft Visiting Professor of Information Technology Policy at Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy.

BRUCE A. GREEN
Justice Gorsuch Should Take Inspiration From John Adams (Perspective)
Bloomberg Law 04-13-17
Editor’s Note: The author is the Louis Stein Chair at Fordham Law School, where he directs the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics.

MATTHEW A. GOLD
Trump executive orders will target trade ‘cheaters’
USA Today 03-31-17
Trump’s report “will not add anything of value” to that report, said Matthew Gold, a trade expert at Fordham law school.

JOHN PFAFF
Los Angeles County Undersheriff Paul Tanaka and Other LASD Officials Allegedly Wrongly-Convicted
NBCrightnow.com 04-18-17
In his 2017 book “Locked In”, Fordham University Professor John E. Pfaff conducted exhaustive research on the true causes of U.S. mass incarceration and found that a prosecutor’s “decision about whether to file felony charges against someone…seems responsible for a lion’s share of the growth of prison admissions since crime started dropping in the early 1990’s,” said Pfaff.

JOHN PFAFF
The age of mass incarceration may actually be abating
The Washington Post 04–1917
The first, “Locked In” by Fordham University law professor John Pfaff, deployed statistical evidence to show that the United States’ highest-in-the-industrialized world incarceration rate did not result from the war on drugs, contrary to a theme of Alexander’s book that has been repeated so often Pfaff dubs it “the Standard Story.”

JED SHUGERMAN
‘Emoluments’ Challenge To Donald Trump’s Ethics Conflicts Gets A Big Boost
Huffington Post 04-18-17
Even some skeptics of CREW’s earlier claim to having a right to sue, such as Fordham law Professor Jed Shugerman, welcomed this new development in the case.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
New Plaintiffs Join Suit Against Trump D.C. Hotel Deal
GovExec.com 04-18-17
Since the original CREW suit, “we’ve seen nearly 100 days of emoluments violations–and the violations are growing, not shrinking,” said Teachout, a former congressional candidate who teaches law at Fordham University.

THOMAS H. LEE
Was Trump’s Bombing Syria Legal—And Does It Matter?
Verdict.Justia.com 04-19-17
So are various others who argue for the legality of humanitarian interventions, such as Fordham law professor Thomas Lee.

MARK R. PATTERSON
Prof Patterson: Teasing Through a Single FRAND Rate
Patentlyo.com 04-20-17
Guest Post by Prof. Mark R. Patterson, Fordham Law

KAREN GREENBERG
Stripping citizenship won’t end extremism, essentially a homegrown problem.
Monterey County Weekly 04–06-17
Karen Greenberg, director of Fordham Law School’s Center on National Security in New York, says taking away citizenship adds an extra punishment that is not in the criminal statute under which a terrorist is convicted.

JOEL COHEN
Activist judges must know the difference between free speech and poor judgement
The Hill 04-19-17
BY JOEL COHEN, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR

LINDA SUGIN
What’s in a Name?
Philanthropy Magazine Spring 2017 Issue
Fordham law professor Linda Sugin has an idea for discouraging naming contracts that tie the hands of nonprofits forever.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

SERGE REDA
Rents near popular Brooklyn, Queens subway stops have risen dramatically, report says
am New York 04-17-17
“New York is one of the rare global cities where you can live all the way out of the subway lines like Flushing, … and pay the same fare as someone taking two stops,” said Serge Reda, an adjunct professor of real estate at Fordham University.

HYE SEUNG LEE
It’s All in the Name: Evidence of Founder-Firm Endowment Effects
The CLS Blue Sky Blog 04-20-17
This post comes to us from Professor Paul Brockman at Lehigh University’s College of Business and economics, Professor Hye Seung (Grace) Lee at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business…

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

JEANNE FLAVIN
This mom popped half a Valium while pregnant and they took away her baby.
TrueViralNews.com 04-17-17
In 2013, a couple of weeks after the Alabama Supreme Court’s first ruling, Lynn Paltrow, the NAPW’s executive director, and Jeanne Flavin, a professor of sociology at Fordham University, published an extensive study on arrests and “forced interventions” against pregnant women in the 30 years following Roe v. Wade.

CHRISTINA GREER
This edition: Christina Greer on Civic Engagement and the Presidency
CUNY TV 04-17-17
Guest List: Prof. Christina M. Greer Professor of Political Science, Fordham University

CHRISTINA GREER
Activism wins again
New York Amsterdam News 04-13-17
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream” and the host of The Aftermath on Ozy.com.

MARK NAISON
Lots of history at St. Anthony’s; Don’t allow it to close | Letters
NJ.com 04-15-17
Letter from Dr. Mark Naison, professor of African American Studies and History, Fordham University, New York

KATHLEEN LAPENTA
College project aims to dig up Italian-American history
News 12 The Bronx 04-12-17
John and Giacomina Meduri – two Italian-Americans who grew up in 1940s – were interviewed by Fordham University professor Kathleen Lapenta to look at the ways they lived and experienced life in the Bronx in the 20th century.

ANTHONY J. FERRANTE, FCRH ’01, GSAS ’04
U.S. Cyber Incident Response Director and FBI Cyber Leader Joins FTI Consulting
Spoke.com 04-18-17
Mr. Ferrante is an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, where he serves as the co-director of its cybersecurity research program.

JUDITH HOCHBERG
Former LA resident pens well-reviewed book about Spanish
LAmonitor.com 04-12-17
Hochberg has a Ph.D. in linguistics from Stanford University and teaches Spanish at Fordham University, New York.

RAYMOND KUO
Raymond Kuo on Syria strikes
Fox 5 NY 04-18-17
Raymond Kuo, an assistant professor of political science, discusses the Syria strikes and the Trump administration’s possible strategy, on Fox-5 NY.

RACHEL ANNUNZIATO
The dark side of identifying as an introvert
Coach.nine.com.au 04-18-17
The scientific and psychological communities have all but discounted Myers-Briggs as fundamentally flawed, mainly because of how extreme it is, as Rachel Annunziato, an associate professor of psychology at Fordham University in New York explains.

PAUL LEVINSON
Facebook Vows To Address Live Video Concerns After Cleveland Murder
CBS New York 04-19-17
“The whole democratizing aspect of the Internet is that anybody can talk on Facebook or Twitter,” Paul Levinson, of Fordham University, explains.

STUDENTS

Celebrations: dean’s lists, awards
TheHour.com 04-16-17
Amy Dorsey [and Xanic Wood]of Greenwich was initiated at Fordham University.

Priscilla Garces Initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
TapInto.net 04-13-17
[Priscilla] Garces was initiated at Fordham University.

Miriam Miller
The Last Magazine 04-19-17
To help stay grounded in the famously focused dance world, she’s also studying part time at Fordham University, where she is focusing on “human behavior and how we work and how societies and cultures come together.”

Western Queens Focus: April 20-25, 2017
Queens Tribune 04-20-17
Other Queens students—all of whom attend Fordham University— to be added to the honor society include Bayside’s Salvatore Cocchiaro…

ALUMNI

ANTHONY J. FERRANTE, FCRH ’01, GSAS ’04
U.S. Cyber Incident Response Director and FBI Cyber Leader Joins FTI Consulting
Spoke.com 04-18-17
Mr. Ferrante is an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, where he serves as the co-director of its cybersecurity research program.

Mike Hartmere Joins JND Legal Administration as Vice President of Operations, Class Action Services
NFVzone.com 04-18-17
Mike received his Bachelor of Arts from Colgate University and his Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law.

Main Street America Promotes Chief Investment Officer Tom Frazier to SVP; Appoints 3 New Company Officers
NBC12.com 04-19-17
[Joe] Schmucker earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing at Fordham University, Bronx, N.Y.

Ellen Zaman Inducted Into the Council of Regents for the American College of Healthcare Executives
WLOX.com 04-19-17
She holds a Master of Public Administration from New York University, and a Master of Social Welfare from Fordham University.

OBITUARIES

Mary Finnerty Carney, 90, Of Keansburg, NJ, teacher
Mary Finnerty Carney
Legacy.com 04-17-17
Mary graduated from Fordham University with a BA and MA.

Sister Elizabeth O’Hare, Of Dorchester, MA, professor
Sister Elizabeth O’Hare
Legacy.com 04-18-17
She pursued advanced studies at Fordham University receiving a M.A. degree and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.

Robert J. Thomas, 63, Of Troy, NY, employee of NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal
Robert J. Thomas
Legacy.com 04-19-17
He was a graduate of Catholic Central High School and attended Fordham University and Empire State College.

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