One of Wall Street’s top mergers-and-acquisitions advisers for more than three decades, Gerald Rosenfeld is faculty director of NYU Law’s new Institute for Executive Education. Read More
While their expertise ranges across patents, copyrights, and trademarks, NYU Law's formidable IP faculty explore a common question: What best drives innovation? Read More
The most recent Leadership Series in Law and Business featured a conversation between Xu Jin MCJ ’96, CEO and general manager of Guotai Asset Management Co. in China, and NYU Law Trustee Barbara Becker ’88, partner and co-chair of the Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. Read More
The NYU Global Governance Roundtable focused on building ethical and sustainable global companies, and featured a keynote address from Benjamin Heineman, former senior vice president and general counsel of General Electric. Read More
Globalization and the Internet are two factors making commerce and bankruptcy—and the laws that apply to them—exponentially more complicated than two people, face to face, exchanging cash for, say, a fresh catch. Read More
The NYU Law Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement, directed by Jennifer Arlen '86 and Geoffrey Miller, promotes research on the effective enforcement of legal rules and on methods and strategies for enhancing compliance with applicable standards. Read More
Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business
NYU has the most comprehensive range of law and business offerings in legal education. Students can choose from a continually evolving number of courses at the Law School and at NYU’s Stern School of Business, many of which are global in scope and focused on today’s issues in corporate law, compliance and enforcement, intellectual property, social impact and entrepreneurship, labor and employment law, and land use, among others. Several combined degrees and certificate programs are offered, including a JD/MBA, JD/MA or PhD in Economics, business-oriented LLM degrees, and an Advanced Professional Certificate in Law and Business.
At the core of the Law School's diverse law and business initiatives is the Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business. This innovative program, which prepares exceptional students to pursue high-level careers at the intersection of law and business, includes competitive scholarships and a dedicated mentor network that connects students to leaders in their field of interest. It also features a business law clinic and uniquely designed interdisciplinary law and business courses that bring together faculty and students from the Law School and Stern to focus on current real-world case studies.
The Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison Transactional and Law & Business courses, named in recognition of the firm's generous grant, comprise a ground-breaking curriculum. Additionally, students gain practical experience in the Business Law Transactions Clinic.
The Amy and Brian Schorr Family Leadership Luncheon Speaker Series for students and NYU Law's Leadership Series featuring innovators at the intersection of law and business are among the many community-wide events held each semester.
Law and Business News in Brief
Jennifer Arlen ’86, Norma Z. Paige Professor of Law, has been elected secretary-treasurer of the American Law and Economics Association (ALEA), which held its annual meeting May 20 and May 21. In...
This year’s “Top 10 Corporate and Securities Articles” list from the Corporate Practice Commentator includes an article co-authored by Marcel Kahan, George T. Lowy Professor of Law, and Edward Rock,...
David Green, director of UK’s Serious Fraud Office, gives keynote at Program for Corporate Compliance and Enforcement conferenceIn its spring conference, NYU Law’s Program for Corporate Compliance and Enforcement brought together enforcement officials, academics, white-collar defense lawyers, judges, and other members of the...
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...