News@NYU Law

7/18/2012
In growing numbers, national and transnational government agencies, NGOs, and private consultancies are producing...
7/11/2012
Governor Deval Patrick has appointed Paul Wilson ’81 to the Massachusetts Superior Court. Formerly a litigator at...
7/10/2012
Through the controversial Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, the U.S. will seek to compel foreign financial...
7/9/2012
Brennan Center event brings author Tim Weiner to discuss his new book, Enemies: A History of the FBIOn June 12, NYU Law...
7/9/2012
From July 5 to July 7, Joshua Blank, faculty director of the Graduate Tax Program, participated in a conference in Rust...
7/2/2012
On June 21, U.S. State Department Legal Adviser Harold Koh addressed a conference at NYU School of Law on "Smart...
7/2/2012
Professor Samuel Rascoff, faculty director of the Center on Law and Security, has been admitted as a life member to the...
6/29/2012
A recent article by Stephen Schulhofer, Robert B. McKay Professor of Law, has drawn the attention of the Texas...
6/28/2012
NYU Law faculty made the following statements following the Supreme Court ruling upholding the bulk of the Affordable...
6/27/2012
On June 26, two dozen NYU Law students attended the latest installment of the Frank J. Guarini Government Summer Series...
6/27/2012
Hakeem Jeffries ’97 and Scott Peters ’84 have both achieved victory in their respective primaries and will...
6/25/2012
On Monday the Supreme Court ruled 5-3 to strike down key parts of S.B. 1070, the Arizona law that sought to crack down...
6/25/2012
The Supreme Court’s announcement of its much-anticipated combined opinion in the two cases Miller v. Alabama and...
6/25/2012
On June 25, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 vote to strike down Montana's law banning corporate campaign spending...
6/22/2012
On June 22, Assistant Professor of Law Ryan Bubb moderated a roundtable discussion at the Law School on the Jumpstart...
6/19/2012
At the 5th annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference, held at the George Washington University Law School on June 7 and 8...
6/18/2012
John Ferejohn, Samuel Tilden Professor of Law, has won the 2012 William H. Riker Prize in Political Science. Awarded...
6/18/2012
David Katz ’88, a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and an adjunct professor at NYU Law, has been...
6/15/2012
Martin Garbus ’59, a longtime proponent of human rights and free speech and a 2004 Fulbright Scholar who taught...
6/15/2012
In the period between earning his J.D. from NYU Law and returning as the new executive director of its Center on Law...
6/15/2012
The 65th Annual Labor Conference, hosted by Professor Samuel Estreicher's Center for Labor and Employment Law...
6/13/2012
Kevin Davis, Beller Family Professor of Business Law, has assumed a newly created position as vice dean in charge of...
6/12/2012
Don't look for Eleanor Fox at the beach in coming weeks. Instead, Fox, the Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade...
6/8/2012
At the Law School’s end-of-the-year dinner, Professors Daryl Levinson and Erin Murphy each received Albert...
6/8/2012
The presentation of the Class of 2012’s gift to NYU School of Law at the Law School’s Convocation on May 18...
6/6/2012
Michigan Law Review has named an article by Lewis A. Kornhauser, the Alfred B. Engelberg Professor of Law, as the 19th...
5/31/2012
 In his first public interview since arriving at NYU on May 19, Chen Guangcheng spoke out against lawlessness...
5/29/2012
Professor of Law on Leave Ronald Noble, secretary general of INTERPOL, the world’s largest international police...
5/29/2012
Lisa Kerr (LL.M. ’09, J.S.D. ’13) is among 15 recipients of a 2012 Trudeau Foundation Scholarship, the most prestigious...
5/29/2012
In Sunday Times magazine piece, Theodor Meron discusses work at international criminal tribunalA long feature in the...
5/29/2012
Senior Fellow Neil Barofsky ’95 has written a book about the $700 billion bailout of the financial industry that he...
5/22/2012
On May 18, graduating NYU Law students gathered at the historic Beacon Theatre for the Law School's 2012 convocation....

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