Alumni Association

The Fordham Urban Law Journal Alumni Association (FULJAA) enables Journal Alumni to stay in touch with and support the ULJ’s current editors and staff.  Each year, the FULJAA joins current Journal students for a mixer in the fall, and the Alumni Banquet in the spring.  Each of the three awards that the FULJAA presents annually are given out at the Banquet.  In addition, the FULJAA provides student outreach, such as the annual OCI Panel at which various FULJAA members provide advice and answer questions from second-year law students regarding the process of interviewing for and landing a job.

Membership in FULJAA is $30 per year.  Your dues support the fellowship fund and banquet.

Contact Person (all matters): FULJAA President – Jason Libou –
Please mail dues (check or cash) to:
Jason Libou

319 East 90th Street, Apt. 4A
New York, NY 10128

or via PayPal to


The Urban Law Journal, in partnership with the Feerick Center for Social Justice and the FULJAA select annually a Fordham Law student for the George J.McMahon Fellowship.  Eligible students include rising 2Ls or 3Ls working in public interest or government organizations, preferably outside of New York for the summer.  The student will produce a written work on issues related to his or her research and work for the organization.  The Fellowship provides a $5,000 stipend, and the recipient will work with next year’s ULJ editors to prepare the paper for publication in the ULJ. Application details can be found at McMahon Fellowship Application 2015.