What is it like to study law on the other side of the globe? Three students describe their spring semesters abroad in Buenos Aires, Paris, and Shanghai. Read More
NYU Law co-sponsors a conference in Buenos Aires on sovereign debt restructuring and economic development. Read More
The new program gives 3Ls the chance to spend a semester immersed in the law and legal culture of Buenos Aires, Paris, or Shanghai through a program designed by the Law School. Read More
Read accounts from students who interned around the globe through CHRGJ’s International Law and Human Rights Fellowships, the Public Interest Law Center Summer Funding Program, and the Ford Foundation Fellowships.
Global Positioning: NYU Law Opportunities Overseas
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In Spring 2015, Judge Theodor Meron, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, will teach a course on International Criminal Law at NYU Law in Paris.
The World and Washington Square
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The Hauser Global Law School brings Hauser Global Faculty, Global Fellows, and Distinguished Global Fellows to New York from around the world to teach, study, and collaborate. These outstanding scholars and practitioners are joined by more than 300 international students, including the top-ranking Hauser Global Scholars, as well as exchange students and Visiting Doctoral Researchers.
Opportunities for students extend far beyond New York. NYU Law Abroad offers specially-designed programs in Buenos Aires, Paris, and Shanghai. The Law School also supports an array of international moot competitions as well as summer and postgraduate internships and fellowships.
Our centers regularly sponsor conferences and research programs on issues of global concern, involving NYU Law students as well as faculty, in New York and overseas.
Global News in Brief
The Center on Law and Security, in cooperation with the Law School and the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Security and Privacy at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, has announced the...
Do people have a right to some minimum level of economic welfare? Philip Alston, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law, certainly thinks so, and plans to take on the issue in his new role as UN...
The newly-published Classics in Comparative Law, which traces major developments in the field and delves into private and public law, legal institutions, and methodological debates, ...
The UN Secretary-General has appointed CHRGJ Co-chair and Faculty Director Professor Philip Alston to serve on the Central African Republic Commission of Inquiry to Investigate Events Since...