4/24/2018
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Copyright law once mostly focused on works such as books, photographs, paintings, music, and films. Today, copyright is...
4/23/2018
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On April 27-29, NYU Law graduates of 10 classes from 1968 to 2013 will gather at the Law School to celebrate Reunion...
4/17/2018
Justine Olderman
The first thing that Justine Olderman ’98 noticed about the Bronx Defenders, she says, was its open interior...
4/17/2018
Betty Staton
The Law Alumni of Color Association began “out of a sense of urgency, out of an idea that community could trump sexism...
4/12/2018
Preet Bharara
On March 19, at the Law Alumni Association (LAA) Spring Conference, the power of the US presidency was the subject of...
4/11/2018
Linda Kalmanowitz-Grunin
Linda Kalmanowitz Grunin ’67, co-founder and co-chairman of the Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation, has passed away at the...
4/3/2018
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NYU School of Law has received a $20 million gift from Frank J. Guarini ’50, LLM ’55, former New Jersey State Senator...
4/2/2018
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When Liberty Aldrich ’95 was just out of law school, representing parents in child protective proceedings as a fellow...
3/29/2018
Adam Winkler
Adam Winkler ’93, a professor of constitutional law at UCLA School of Law, joined Slate legal commentator Dahlia...
3/22/2018
Lisa Marie Boykin
The annual Women of Color Collective (WoCC) Alumnae Reception took place on March 8, which happened to be...
3/20/2018
Jeffrey Yin
Early on in his career, as an associate at Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison, Jeffrey Yin ’98 did some work on the public...
3/14/2018
Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
When governments rely on artificial intelligence and other automated systems to make decisions that affect human lives...
3/12/2018
Sheila Birnbaum
Florencia Marotta-Wurgler '01, Linda Gadsby '92, Jenny Yang '96, Sarah Moss '74, Sheila Birnbaum '65, Theane...
2/20/2018
Carmen Hernandez
As senior vice president and general counsel of Clayco, a real estate, architecture, engineering, and construction firm...
2/15/2018
As a bright winter moon illuminated the Rosenthal Pavilion on February 2, the Black Allied Law Students Association (...
2/13/2018
Karl Racine
When Karl Racine, who became the first independently elected attorney general of the District of Columbia in 2014,...
2/12/2018
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Leslie Cooper ’95 once got some advice from her onetime NYU Law Professor Thomas Stoddard ’77: Never stay in the same...
2/7/2018
Barbara Becker '88
A discussion of cybersecurity breaches was on the menu at the annual Law Alumni Association (LAA) luncheon, with...
1/23/2018
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Jordan Wells ’13 had a very particular social justice issue in mind when he decided to go to law school. After...
1/22/2018
In November Nathan Wessler ’10 made his first appearance before the US Supreme Court, arguing in Carpenter v. United...
12/21/2017
Joshua Briones
Joshua Briones LLM ’01, managing member of the Los Angeles office of Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo, grew up...
12/15/2017
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Kent Hirozawa ’82, former member of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), delivered this year’s annual Frank J....
12/7/2017
When Andrew Nellis ’16 was a law school student taking Civil Procedure, he never imagined that in only a few years he...
11/30/2017
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At a Latham & Watkins Forum held at the Law School on November 15, Dean Trevor Morrison sat down with Stephen M....
11/22/2017
Sherrilyn Ifill '87
The ninth annual Emilio Mignone Lecture on Transitional Justice examined the legacy of slavery and racial violence in...
11/20/2017
John Dean, Michael Waldman, and Elizabeth Holtzman
On October 18, two days before the 44th anniversary of President Richard Nixon’s infamous Saturday Night Massacre, NYU...
11/16/2017
 Luis Angel Reyes Savalza
This year’s Latinxs in the Law Lecture featured Luis Angel Reyes Savalza '15, immigration attorney and director of...
11/16/2017
Andre Segura '06
On August 25, Andre Segura ’06 was in his home in Houston watching the news as Hurricane Harvey bore down upon the city...
10/24/2017
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Florencia Librizzi LLM ’12 first developed her interest in international law as a high school student when she...
10/18/2017
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The contagious energy of the evening was clear from the moment students, alumni, faculty, and friends of NYU School of...
10/17/2017
Nicole Friedlander '01
Nicole Friedlander ’01 likes to solve complex problems—the more challenging, the better. “The cases that I enjoy the...
10/8/2017
In November 2000, on the day before the Bush-Gore presidential election, Anne Milgram ’96 accepted a job with the Civil...
10/1/2017
The depth of the legacy left by Norman Dorsen, the late Frederick I....
9/18/2017
When Melissa Tidwell ’03 was a student at NYU Law, one of her favorite courses was Current Constitutional Issues,...
9/1/2017
Pfeifer-Gans Family Scholar Kasey Marie Hemphill was hooded by Maxwell Pfeifer ’49 Nordlicht Family...
9/1/2017
Iris Bohnet
This year’s Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Speaker Series included Brian Welle, Google’s director of...
9/1/2017
Marc Platt ’82 has been a giant in the entertainment industry for more than 30 years. He has served as president of...
9/1/2017
The battle over immigration is about law and policy—and people. BY MICHAEL OREY GRAPHIC ADAPTATIONS BY ELEANOR DAVIS...
9/1/2017
The women of NYU Law have been making history since 1892. Facing modern challenges for women in the legal profession,...
9/1/2017
NYU Law embraces training to advise socially minded businesses in the emerging field of law and social...
9/1/2017
Anthony “Tony” Gooch ’63, LLM ’64, a retired partner of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, passed away on January...
9/1/2017
George Zeitlin LLM ’61 passed away on January 19 at age 86. Zeitlin’s colleagues and students remember him as a...
9/1/2017
NYU Law Life Trustee Ciro Gamboni ’65 passed away on April 23 at age 76. Gamboni spent nearly his entire legal career...
9/1/2017
Joseph Forstadt ’64, a long-serving member of the Law Alumni Association Board and a Weinfeld Fellow, passed away on...
8/28/2017
These are, most would agree, unusual times in American politics and government. Voters are polarized on a range of...
8/21/2017
When Ndidi Oriji ’03 graduated from NYU Law, her mother gave her an unusual gift: a piece of construction paper with...
8/1/2017
The 2016–17 NYU Law Forum brought together journalists, academics, politicians, and business professionals to address a...
6/15/2017
NYU School of Law Life Trustee Norma Z. Paige ’46 passed away on June 5. Paige, a talented attorney and...
6/15/2017
As a Root-Tilden-Kern scholar at NYU Law, Johnathan Smith ’07 knew that he wanted to use his legal career to fight for...
5/22/2017
Chantá Parker ’06 works to improve the country’s public defense systems. Chantá Parker ’06 defines herself as a “...
5/18/2017
At NYU Law, the Brennan Center for Justice, founded in honor of a Supreme Court legend, uses a multipronged approach to...
5/18/2017
On April 28, 2017, a federal court in Wisconsin struck down a state law authorizing the detention, involuntary...
5/2/2017
When the law is used properly, it has the power to create facts, asserted Sherrilyn Ifill ’87, president and director-...
4/25/2017
The 2017 Robert L. Bernstein Institute for Human Rights symposium, “Defending Dissent: Civil Society and Human Rights...
4/25/2017
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Two NYU Law alumni—Jared Kushner ’07, senior White House adviser to the president, and Bob Ferguson ’95, Washington...
4/21/2017
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4/21/2017
2017 Weinfeld Award Recipient Sheila Birnbaum '65 NYU Law Board of Trustees Chairman Anthony Welters...
4/18/2017
Jeramie Scott ’12 discusses his career in privacy and national security law. Five years after graduating from law...
4/17/2017
John Walker ’93 had spent the majority of his career as a partner at Dentons—a multinational law firm that employs more...
4/12/2017
Law Alumni of Color Association President Rafiq Kalam Id-Din II ’00 Dean Trevor Morrison...
4/7/2017
At a recent event, “‘Regarded As’ Muslim: Islamophobia and its Ripple Effects,” panelists considered the difficulties...
3/30/2017
Vijaya Gadde ’00, Twitter’s general counsel, had scarcely settled into her chair at the March 22 NYU School of Law...
3/24/2017
The Women of Color Collective (WoCC) was one of the primary reasons Samah McGona ’18 chose to attend NYU Law. “I was a...
3/23/2017
As a new governor of Puerto Rico took office this year, the commonwealth continued to grapple with an economic crisis...
3/13/2017
Meeropol advocates for prisoners’ rights and the constitutional rights of Muslims In the final hearing of the Obama...
3/10/2017
In his second trip to the United States since stepping down as president of Taiwan in May 2016, Ma Ying-jeou LLM ’76...
3/8/2017
The launch of NYU Law’s Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law on February 27 drew a crowd that filled Tishman...
3/7/2017
When President Ronald Reagan appointed Judge Pauline Newman ’58 to the bench of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal...
3/3/2017
Law Women honored Carol Bellamy ’68 with the Alumna of the Year Award at the organization’s annual Alumnae Reception....
2/28/2017
Attorney General Bob Ferguson speaks during a press conference at Sea-Tac Airport. Ferguson speaks...
2/15/2017
As protestors rallied at airports and other locations around the country in opposition to President Trump’s executive...
2/13/2017
Vicki Been ’83, Boxer Family Professor of Law, has returned to NYU Law from a three-year leave during which she served...
2/10/2017
Vullo is known for her expertise in consumer enforcement and commitment to public service As superintendent of the New...
2/10/2017
OUTLaw, NYU Law’s LGBTQ student organization, honored Hayley Gorenberg ’92 with its Alumna of the Year Award on January...
2/8/2017
Observing that the recent change in national government has brought “a reinvigorated discussion of the role of the...
2/3/2017
At the February 1 NYU Law Forum, Robert A. Kindler Professor of Law Adam Cox, Associate Professor of Clinical Law Alina...
1/30/2017
How NYU Law is helping to address the injustices of the bail system. Unable to pay a $1,000 bail, New York City...
1/26/2017
Three members of the NYU Law community have been elected to the American Law Institute (ALI), adding to a lengthy list...
1/13/2017
Mar has worked on a number of significant cases for the ACLU and NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund From a young...
1/13/2017
2016 Alumna of the Year Reception: Jessica Moldovan ’17, Riane Harper ’17, Nancy Duff Campbell ’68, Dean Trevor...
12/12/2016
NYU Law Life Trustee Justice Rose Luttan Rubin ’42 passed away last week at age 99.  Together with her husband and...
11/30/2016
Joseph Ehrlich ’97, president of the NYU Law Alumni Association Lisa Schweitzer ’96...
11/10/2016
Conrad’s start-up, Paladin, aims to connect lawyers to pro bono cases. In her very first time in court, Felicity Conrad...
11/9/2016
In the annual Latinxs in the Law Lecture, Iván Espinoza-Madrigal ’05—executive director of the Lawyers' Committee...
11/2/2016
At the Center for Labor and Employment Law’s discussion “Artificial Intelligence & Employment Law: ‘People...
10/21/2016
Experts on tax and human rights met last month at a two-day Center for Human Rights and Global Justice conference on...
10/18/2016
“Trial by Jury of Patent Cases,” a conference co-hosted by NYU Law’s Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy...
10/10/2016
Kenneth Thompson ’92, Brooklyn’s first African American district attorney, passed away on October 9 at age 50 after a...
9/26/2016
NYU Law's new strategic plan lays out three ambitious goals.
9/2/2016
As one of its graduates becomes the first Latina partner at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, the AnBryce Program awards its...
9/2/2016
Ginsburg and Stevens Ruth Rubio Alito and Guarini Katzmann...
9/2/2016
Paulette Caldwell Kenneth Thompson '92 Zachary Carter '75 (right) This year’s Black...
9/2/2016
At the annual Latino Law Students Association (LaLSA) dinner, Ignacia Moreno ’90, chief executive officer and...
9/2/2016
Scott Rosenthal with his wife, Sarah Molinoff '15 Rebecca Weinstein with her mother, Margery...
9/2/2016
Latino Institute for Human Rights Scholars Alicia Nieves and Frances Dávila were hooded by Professor Alina Das...
9/2/2016
Honorable Charles Swinger Conley Scholarship within the AnBryce Program: Ellen Conley with Scholars Evan...
9/2/2016
Candice Jones '07 Ona Wang ’98...
9/2/2016
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