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NYU Law sets the pace in legal education again, introducing innovative changes to the curriculum.
The Culture of Compliance
In the wake of a tsunami of new regulations, Jennifer Arlen and Geoffrey Miller launch the Program in Corporate Compliance and Enforcement, focusing on how to get companies to play by the rules.
Distinctive 1L Year
From Lawyering to electives, NYU Law's first year gives you what you need to succeed.
In Class. In Court. Involved.
At NYU Law, leading scholars engage with their students—and with the pressing issues of the day.
NEWS AND IDEAS
Preet Bharara delivered the keynote at the Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement's conference, "Deterring Corporate Crime."
At the Milbank Tweed Forum, Arthur Miller leads a discussion on why the jury trial is declining and whether it's worth saving.
Harold Koh tells the full Chen Guangcheng story for the first time at the Bernstein China Symposium.
Salmah Rizvi ’16 and Sarahi Uribe ’16 named 2014 recipients of Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans.
A book by Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb LLM '14 examines news agencies through the lenses of property law and business history.
The April issue of the
NYU Law Review
is a tribute to the late Ronald Dworkin.
Adam Wallwork LLM '14, in the
, reveals an unintended consequence of cultural property laws.
New York Times
op-ed, Alex Levy '14 urges Congress to crack down on shady tax preparers.
BLAPA's annual spring dinner celebrates alumni of color for their accomplishments in social justice.
Richard Revesz co-authors a
piece explaining why the cost of carbon pollution is higher than we think.
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Colloquium on Globalization, Economic Development, and Markets - Richard Stewart
Colloquium on Legal & Constitutional History - William E. Forbath
Colloquium on the Law, Economics and Politics of Urban Affairs
Gospel Music and Legal Education
International Tax Program Lunch Lecture: Michael Lennard
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In the Media
"5 Justices Join Appellate Bench"
New York Law Journal
Betsy Barros '82
"IRS budget problems help tax evaders"
Joshua Blank LLM '07
Graduate Tax Program
"Better Rules for Bad Lawyers"
New York Times
Stephen Gillers '68
"Obama Not Taking Enough Executive Actions? These Legal Scholars Think He Should Take 15 More"
Michael Waldman '87
Brennan Center for Justice
"The Many Problems With 'Equal Pay'"
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ALI elects Vicki Been '83, Jonathan Lippman '68, Catherine Amirfar '00
Jason Schultz testifies before House committee hearing on patent trolling
Ingrid Gould Ellen named faculty director of the Furman Center
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