Centers & Institutes

One way that NYU Law creates a unique academic community is through its centers and institutes, which bring faculty and students together with leaders from a vast array of disciplines.

No other law school can match either the variety or excellence of these institutions, which encourage the exchange of ideas through a combination of conferences, symposia, fellowships, academic programs and courses.

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Related Programs

Arthur Miller leads NYU's Sports and Society program, which examines the meaning and impact of sports in an interdisciplinary fashion. Miller has convened experts for discussions on issues such as concussions, litigation, and the future of football.

Press Highlights

"Listening to Reason" New York Review of Books
Author: Thomas Nagel
"It’s All for Your Own Good" New York Review of Books
Author: Jeremy Waldron
Expert: Burt Neuborne