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Joe Tacopina: Fordham Law School Continues Its Traditions Moving into the Future

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    • Joe Tacopina: Fordham LawSchool Continues Its TraditionsMoving into the Future
    • Joe Tacopina is a New York City attorneywith a history of success representing clientsin difficult criminal, civil, and securities cases.He also serves as an adjunct professor atFordham University. Tacopina representscelebrities, athletes and police officers,whether accused of misdemeanors orfelonies.
    • The number of law schools throughout theUnited States makes choosing a good fitdifficult. Fordham University, located in NewYork, New York, is committed to academicexcellence and has one of the most selectivestudent bodies in the country. Among theschool’s specialties, Fordham has nationallyrecognized programs in dispute resolution,intellectual property, and clinical legaleducation. The school’s commitment to publicservice is demonstrated by its graduates, whoserved almost 190,000 hours in 2012.
    • Founded as St. John’s College in 1841, theuniversity’s law school began in 1905. Thealumni association began a few years laterand has developed a reputation for its loyalsupport of the law school.
    • Tacopina is also recoginzed for hiscontribution to Yale University. He volunteersannually at their Mock Trial Association.
    • Tacopina is also recoginzed for hiscontribution to Yale University. He volunteersannually at their Mock Trial Association.