News@NYU Law

1/14/2009
Governor David Paterson has nominated Justice Jonathan Lippman ’68 to be the next chief judge of the New York...
1/14/2009
As a scholar of financial institutions, Geoffrey Miller, the Stuyvesant Comfort Professor of Law and director of the...
1/13/2009
In a Q&A with Time, Anthony Barkow, executive director of the Law School’s Center on the Administration of Criminal...
1/13/2009
Lev Dassin '90, acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, profiled in the New York TimesSince...
1/13/2009
The New York Times calls U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis '75 "calm judicial eye in storm over bail"In a...
1/7/2009
Chesler '75, presiding partner at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, calls for the demise of the billable hour in Forbes op-...
1/6/2009
In an article in the New York Times, Professor Amy Adler discussed a decade-old law now being challenged that makes it...
1/5/2009
Matt Lopez '96 and Tim Herlihy '92 are the cowriters of the screenplay for Bedtime Stories, released by Walt...
1/5/2009
Anthony Barkow commends proposal to release some nonviolent prisoners early in Washington Post op-edIn a...
12/23/2008
In the December 22 edition of the New York Times, Professor Samuel Issacharoff offered insights into the...
12/19/2008
Judge James Peck ’71 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, already busy presiding...
12/19/2008
The Law School's Institute for Policy Integrity (IPI) released a report on December 18 with recommendations for...
12/18/2008
Barry Adler writes in BusinessWeek op-ed that Chapter 11 is not the answer for troubled U.S. automakersIn an op-ed in...
12/16/2008
Jerome Cohen, Professor of Law and co-director of the Law School’s U.S.-Asia Law Institute, personally urged Taiwan...
12/12/2008
Neil Barofsky ’95, an assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, was confirmed by the Senate...
12/11/2008
Dean Richard Revesz gave a keynote address on December 10 in Boston at the annual meeting of the Society for...
12/11/2008
Ellison Ward '09 has won a Sinsheimer Children's Rights Fellowship from the Partnership for Children's Rights, a...
12/10/2008
Jacobs talks to WNYC about the corruption case against Illinois governor involving Obama Senate seatIn an interview...
12/9/2008
Rachel Barkow and Libling '09 address overcrowded prison conditions in Boston Herald op-edIn an op-ed in the Boston...
12/8/2008
On December 5, Sarah Ludwig ’92 was awarded the Felix Fishman Award by New York Lawyers for the Public Interest in...
12/8/2008
Lauren Burke '09, Ryan Downer '08, Thomas Fritzsche '09 and Sarah Parady '07 have each won a coveted 2009...
12/5/2008
During the Center on Law and Security’s lively December 4 panel, “After Torture: Discussing Justice in the...
12/5/2008
Professor Richard Epstein, the James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago,...
12/4/2008
Revesz and Livermore urge cost-benefit analysis in op-ed for Forbes.comIn an op-ed in Forbes.com, Richard Revesz, the...
12/3/2008
Smita Narula, associate professor of clinical law and faculty director of the Law School’s Center for Human...
12/2/2008
On November 21, six labor experts gathered at the NYU School of Law to discuss how labor and employment law are likely...
12/2/2008
Anthony Barkow, executive director of the Law School’s Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, spoke to the...
11/26/2008
On November 24, Gilles Kepel, the head of the post-graduate program on the Arab and Muslim worlds at France’s...
11/26/2008
Luís Miguel Poiares Pessoa Maduro, the advocate general of the Court of Justice of the European Communities, presented...
11/26/2008
As an attorney-adviser for the law of armed conflict in the Department of State's Office of the Legal Adviser,...
11/26/2008
On November 21 Aminatou Haidar, a leading human rights defender in Western Sahara advocating a referendum to settle the...
11/24/2008
A new study by New York University's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy and the Institute for Education and...
11/20/2008
On November 20, the New York University School of Law’s Institute for Policy Integrity (IPI) released The Price...
11/19/2008
As the crisis on Wall Street continues to affect the global economy and events unfold at a breakneck pace,...
11/18/2008
The Supreme Court of the United States granted certiorari in a case in which the Law School's Center on the...
11/18/2008
In an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal, Michael Levine, Distinguished Research Scholar and Senior Lecturer, writes that...
11/17/2008
Cynthia Estlund, the Catherine A. Rein Professor of Law, is leading the transition team that is reviewing the National...
11/14/2008
In the wake of President-elect Barack Obama’s decisive victory, four School of Law professors gathered for a...
11/13/2008
Chief Judge Judith Kaye '62 of the New York Court of Appeals delivered her final address on the state of the judiciary...
11/10/2008
Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor participated in a panel discussion on the topic of judicial...
11/7/2008
On November 5, Dr. Ariela Gross spoke at the Law School in the latest installment of the Brown Bags...
11/7/2008
Now that the election is over, we are free to talk about our experience.  Since the start of the primary season,...
11/6/2008
NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy released the first large-scale study of the property value impacts...
11/5/2008
New York City Police Department Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly (LL.M. '74) was the subject of a profile in the October...
11/4/2008
Heather Howard ’97, the commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, was selected as...
11/4/2008
On October 18, Susan Herman '74 was elected president of the American Civil Liberties Union by the organization's Board...
11/4/2008
Barry Friedman, the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law, led a discussion of the topic "Is the Supreme Court...
10/31/2008
On October 30, Judge Thomas Buergenthal ’60 of the International Court of Justice was awarded the 2008 Gruber...
10/30/2008
While the government has been busy bailing out Wall Street and shoring up banks, it has been sorely overlooking the...
10/29/2008
The tightening flow of credit to homebuyers is not quite as recent as most people think, according to a new report...
10/29/2008
On October 28, Anthony Welters ’77, the newly-appointed chair of the Law School’s Board of Trustees, and his wife...
10/28/2008
In the fifth annual Dorothy Nelkin Lecture, titled "A Dangerous Crossroad: Race, Genomics and Medicine," Patricia King...
10/28/2008
Though the name of the event was “M&A Titans at NYU,” given recent headlines, it might have just as well been...
10/23/2008
On October 21, the New York Times reported on the role that community organizers such as Andrew Friedman ’98 of...
10/20/2008
In a bold, forceful keynote speech on October 17, former U.N. Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke forecast that the so-...
10/15/2008
Robert Howse, the Lloyd C. Nelson Professor of International Law, presented his lecture “Man of Peace: Rehearing...
10/14/2008
Vinay Harpalani ’09 was selected as this year’s Student Scholar at the Thirteenth Annual LatCrit Conference...
10/10/2008
Welters '77, new chair of the Law School's Board of Trustees, talks to the New York Law JournalAnthony Welters '77, the...
10/7/2008
As part of the Law School’s Brown Bags and Books series, past Global Visiting Professor of Law Alex Boraine spoke...
10/7/2008
Professor Cristina Rodríguez, a non-resident fellow of the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), a nonpartisan think tank,...
10/7/2008
Larry Pedowitz ’72 completed his 14-month investigation into allegations of gambling among NBA referees and found...
10/6/2008
Miller arbitration study discussed in The New York Times The New York Times reports that despite corporate...
10/3/2008
Legally Blonde producer Marc Platt ’82 has just released Rachel Getting Married, a feature film opening...
10/3/2008
On October 1, Monica Roa (LL.M. ’03) delivered the 15th Annual Rose Sheinberg Lecture. Roa, an international human...
10/2/2008
University Professor Anthony Amsterdam has won the 2008 Frederick Douglass Human Rights Award from the...
10/1/2008
Davis '79 talks to The New York Times about impact of financial crisis on charitable foundationsFlorence Davis ’...
9/30/2008
Thomas Fritzsche '09 has received the annual Pro Bono Publico Award from the Public Service Law Network (PSLawNet)....
9/29/2008
Barry Adler, the Charles Seligson Professor of Law, testified on September 26 before the Committee on the Judiciary's...
9/26/2008
On September 25, President Shimon Peres of Israel delivered an address, "The Globalization of Peace," at the NYU School...
9/26/2008
On September 25, Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom David Miliband spoke to a standing-room-only audience at the...
9/25/2008
David Miliband, foreign secretary of the United Kingdom, is scheduled to sit down with NYU President John Sexton and...
9/25/2008
In an hour-long discussion on September 24, Dean Richard Revesz laid out his case for the potential ...
9/24/2008
Anthony Barkow, executive director of the Law School’s Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, is in...
9/22/2008
Dean Richard Revesz issued a statement supporting the Daniel Webster Congressional Clerkship Act of 2008, which will...
9/22/2008
Clayton Gillette, the Max E. Greenberg Professor of Contract Law, testified on September 18 before the House Domestic...
9/19/2008
A 1985 article by Dwight D. Opperman Professor of Law Samuel Estreicher was referenced in a Daily Labor Report article...
9/19/2008
In a front-page New York Times article on September 19 about the Supreme Court's current interest in...
9/18/2008
On September 17, the School of Law’s Center on Law and Security (CLS) hosted Washington Post special projects...
9/18/2008
Michael Lewitt '85 (LL.M. '88), president of Harch Capital Management, appeared on the September 17 edition of PBS's...
9/18/2008
Outten & Golden, led by managing partner Wayne Outten ’74, has created a new two-year fellowship for recent Law...
9/18/2008
Challenging overly aggressive use of prosecutorial discretion, the Law School's Center on the Administration of...
9/18/2008
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9/12/2008
Dean Richard Revesz has been appointed to the National Research Council (NRC)'s Committee on Health, Environmental...
9/11/2008
On September 11, Professor Bryan Stevenson testified before the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and...
9/9/2008
A little more than a year after Anne Milgram ’96 became one of the youngest state attorneys general in history,...
9/8/2008
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9/8/2008
University Professor Thomas Nagel has been awarded a 2008 Balzan Prize for his work in moral philosophy. Nagel was one...
9/8/2008
Julie Salamon '78, a bestselling author who has been on the staff of both the New York Times and the Wall Street...
8/28/2008
David Garland, Arthur T. Vanderbilt Professor of Law and a professor of sociology, gave the keynote address, "...
8/25/2008
In a case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, Richard Pildes, the Sudler Family Professor of...
8/25/2008
Visiting Professor Derrick Bell has been named a Diversity Champion by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education for being an...
8/22/2008
Rochelle C. Dreyfuss, Pauline Newman Professor of Law, is a coreporter on the recently released American Law Institute...
8/19/2008
Samuel Issacharoff, the Bonnie and Richard Reiss Professor of Constitutional Law, joined leading legal practitioners,...
8/19/2008
In a front-page article in The Washington Post, Anthony Barkow, executive director of the Center for the Administration...
8/12/2008
Professor Randy Hertz, director of the Law School's Clinical and Advocacy Programs, has been named chair of the...
8/12/2008
John Infranca '08 wins major policy grantJohn Infranca '08 has won a $30,000 grant from the National Academy of...

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