Spring 2016 Distinguished Global Fellow Judge Patrick Lipton Robinson of the International Court of Justice will be on campus April 4–8.
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Philip Alston and other UN experts call for action in Flint, calling having safe drinking water a human rightSpeaking ahead of President Barack Obama’s upcoming visit to Flint on May 4, three United Nations experts have called for immediate action to address the serious human rights concerns brought...
The NYU Graduate Tax Program and the Tax Practice of KPMGhave joined together to create an annual symposium on Current Issues in Taxation. Distinguished lecturers are brought to NYU each year to...
Center on Law and Security co-hosts discussions examining the intersection between US sanctions and national securityThis CNAS public conference on US sanctions and national security, co-hosted with the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law, featured an overview of administration policy on sanctions and a...
Judge Patrick Robinson is a member of the International Court of Justice and a Barrister of Law, Middle Temple, United Kingdom.