In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Matthew Diller and John Feerick talks about John’s influence in the creation of the 25th Amendment and his professional experience.
On the Road
Matthew Diller is the current dean and Paul Fuller professor of law at Fordham University School of Law. Matthew is...
John D. Feerick is a law professor at Fordham University School of Law in New York City. He served as the school’s eighth...
Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...
This is the first Legal Talk Network podcast featuring a guest who directly influenced the United States Constitution. In this report from On The Road, host Laurence Colletti talks to Matthew Diller, current dean of Fordham University School of Law, and John Feerick, past dean and recipient of the ABA Medal, about John’s influence in the creation of the 25th Amendment and his professional experience.
John Feerick is a law professor at Fordham University School of Law in New York City. He served as the school’s eighth dean from 1982-2002.
Matthew Diller is the current dean and Paul Fuller professor of law at Fordham University School of Law.
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