In addition to being general counsel at Meetup, an online social platform to facilitate groups, David Pashman '97 helps students navigate the evolving path to becoming an in-house lawyer for technology companies. Read more
In the Derrick Bell Lecture on Race in Society, Sherrilyn Ifill ’87, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, revisits Brown v. Board of Education and explores how its effects still reverberate today. Read more
Iván Espinoza-Madrigal ’05, executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice and OUTLaw's 2016 Alumnus of the Year, has focused his career on LGBT rights, immigration rights, and HIV law and policy. Read more
Pragmatic, politically sensitive, and known for finding common ground, Vanita Gupta ’01 has taken the nation’s top civil rights post in a time of turmoil. Read more
Alumni News in Brief
Experts consider effects of taxation and wealth inequality at Center for Human Rights and Global Justice conferenceExperts on tax and human rights met last month at a two-day Center for Human Rights and Global Justice conference on taxation and its effect on underprivileged populations. “Human Rights and Tax in...
Federal judges, academics, and practitioners consider patent jury trials at Engelberg Center and Civil Jury Project conference“Trial by Jury of Patent Cases,” a conference co-hosted by NYU Law’s Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy and Civil Jury Project, assembled federal jurists, academics, and practitioners on...
Kenneth Thompson ’92, Brooklyn’s first African American district attorney, passed away on October 9 at age 50 after a battle with cancer. In a statement to the NYU Law community, Dean Trevor Morrison...
NYU Law's new strategic plan lays out three ambitious goals.