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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.
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At NYU Law, leading scholars engage with their students—and with the pressing issues of the day.
NEWS AND IDEAS
Nicholas Melvoin '14, after testifying in
Vergara v. California
, plans to devote his career to the legal battle against education inequality.
Immigrant Justice Corps selects four NYU Law students among its first Justice Fellows.
Glenn Greenwald ’94 and Barton Gellman's reporting on NSA surveillance contributes to Pulitzer win.
Julie Simeone ’14 wins best oralist at the 42nd Annual Orison S. Marden Moot Court Competition.
Corporate law scholar Emiliano Marambio Catan LLM ’10 will join the faculty this summer.
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.
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Jeremy Waldron remembers Ronald Dworkin at human rights conference
Center on Constitutional Transitions issues two reports by students
Song, dance, and faculty cameos enliven "Ocean's E-Law-Ven," the 2014 Law Revue
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