A week from today, Fordham Law School will be hosting “The Fordham Urban Law Journal’s Volume XXXIX Symposium”, the topic of which is “Gun Control and the Second Amendment: Developments and Controversies in the Wake of District of Columbia v. Heller and McDonald v. Chicago”.
The symposium beings at 10:30 am on Friday and runs through the afternoon. Three panels have been set up throughout the day:
• The Effect of the Supreme Court’s Gun Control Restriction on Crime Rates
• The Scope of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Post-Heller and McDonald
• Urban Exceptionalism and Modern Conceptions of the Militia
The different participants on the panel include:
Richard M. Aborn, Esq., President, Citizens Crime Commission of New York City
Micheal Pastor, Esq., Acting First Deputy Criminal Justice Coordinator, Office of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
Patrick Charles, Esq., Historian, United State Air Force 352nd Special Operations Group
There are also law school professors, criminal justice professors and a series of other experts on the different panels.