News@NYU Law

3/12/2010
Judith Kaye ’62, former chief judge of the New York Court of Appeals, was appointed by New York Attorney General...
3/9/2010
After more than a decade with the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project, Jennifer Dalven ’95 will become its director...
3/9/2010
On March 3, Paul Verkuil (LL.M. '69, J.S.D. '72) was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate as chairman of the...
3/9/2010
Natalia Sorgente ’96 has been named chief of staff and counsel in the Department of Justice’s Environment...
3/8/2010
Julie Brill ’85, the senior deputy attorney general and chief of consumer protection and antitrust for the North...
3/8/2010
On March 1, Christopher J. Meade '96 joined the Obama Administration as the principal deputy general counsel at the...
3/4/2010
The newest addition to the array of funding opportunities available at NYU Law gives one student every year the...
3/2/2010
The NYU School of Law’s $400 million capital campaign, “Where We Stand,” begun in 2002 and launched...
3/1/2010
Former Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaradei (LL.M. '71, J.S.D. '74, LL.D...
2/23/2010
The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Presidential Affairs announced on February 22 that Lady Barbara Judge '69 will...
2/23/2010
On February 22, New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo appointed Maria Vullo '87 executive deputy attorney...
2/18/2010
On February 18, NYU School of Law held the 16th annual Public Service Auction at Vanderbilt Hall. The auction...
2/8/2010
M. Patricia Smith '77, outgoing commissioner of the New York State Department of Labor, was honored as the Law Women...
2/5/2010
On February 4, President Barack Obama nominated David Fein '85 to become the new United States attorney for Connecticut...
2/4/2010
On January 29th, David O'Keefe '95 was awarded an inaugural Robert M. Morgenthau Award for Region One from the District...
2/3/2010
Jerrold Nadler, the Democrat who has represented New York’s Eighth Congressional District in the U.S. House of...
1/27/2010
A House subcommittee looking into the federal bailout of AIG heard testimony from a number of high ranking officials on...
1/15/2010
The Immigrant Rights Clinic recently won its case to prevent the deportation of a longtime lawful permanent resident to...
1/14/2010
Kenneth Feinberg '70 has been selected by the American Federation of Teachers to lead an effort to revamp public school...
1/14/2010
On January 4, Miriam Sapiro '86 took office as a deputy United States trade representative responsible for trade...
1/11/2010
Daniel Alonso ’90, a partner at Kaye Scholer since 2005, began a new job last week: chief assistant district...
1/8/2010
Professor Oren Bar-Gill spearheaded a January 6 conference, “Regulating Consumer Financial Products,” held...
1/5/2010
After four years as a commercial litigation associate at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in New York, Benjamin Stone...
1/5/2010
Lourdes Rosado ’95, a former Root-Tilden-Snow Scholar, and colleague Marsha Levick, attorneys at Philadelphia’s...
1/5/2010
NYU School of Law Trustee and alumna Rita E. Hauser has been appointed to the President’s Intelligence Advisory...
12/23/2009
Jeremy Marwell ’06 called it “an honor and great privilege" to serve as a law clerk for former NYU...
12/15/2009
New York State Governor David Paterson’s Task Force on Transforming Juvenile Justice, chaired by Jeremy Travis ’82,...
12/11/2009
In a recent dissenting opinion in a death penalty case written by U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens and...
11/18/2009
On November 10 the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ), the Center on Law and Security, and NYU Press...
11/18/2009
On November 16, President Barack Obama announced the nomination of Julie Brill '85, a former Root-Tilden Scholar, ...
11/16/2009
Ignacia Moreno '90, nominated by President Obama last May to be Assistant Attorney General for Environment and Natural...
11/13/2009
The U.S. Olympic Committee has selected Paul Tagliabue ’65 to lead a panel examining the governance...
11/2/2009
Dorchen Leidholdt ’88 is the director of Sanctuary for Families’ Center for Battered Women’s Legal...
10/27/2009
When Judge M. Blane Michael ’68 of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit delivered the 41st annual...
10/22/2009
Adjunct Professor Kenneth Feinberg '70, who was appointed special master for executive compensation under the Troubled...
10/22/2009
As the U.S. government’s historic Wall Street bailout has inevitably led to efforts to curb executive pay,...
8/27/2009
Jeremy Marwell ’06 has become a clerk for new U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a former NYU School of Law...
8/20/2009
Raymond J. Lohier Jr. ’91 and Miriam E. Rocah ’97 have both been promoted at the U.S. Attorney’s...
8/11/2009
Three alumni noted in Black Enterprise magazineThree NYU School of Law alumni were included in Black Enterprise’s...
8/4/2009
Helaine Barnett '64, president of the Legal Services Corporation, the largest provider of civil legal aid for low-...
7/20/2009
Three Law School alumni included in  National Law Journal's "40 Under 40"Michael Desanctis '95, Christine...
6/24/2009
When Debo Adegbile ’94 appeared before the Supreme Court in April to argue against a constitutional challenge to...
6/11/2009
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh (LL.M. '84) and New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly (LL.M. '74) are among...
6/10/2009
In response to widespread public outrage over high pay at companies receiving taxpayer assistance, on June 10 the Obama...
6/2/2009
On June 1, New York Governor David Paterson announced an executive order renaming the State Justice Building in Albany...
5/28/2009
More than eight years after they battled over the outcome of the 2000 presidential election, David Boies (LL.M. '...
5/22/2009
Four NYU Law alumni named among the top 25 "Dealmakers of the Year" by the American LawyerFour NYU Law...
5/18/2009
Stephen Choi, Murray and Kathleen Bring Professor of Law, Samuel Issacharoff, Bonnie and Richard Reiss Professor of...
5/6/2009
Arthur J. Gonzalez (LL.M. '90), a U.S. bankruptcy judge for the Southern District of New York, is presiding over...
5/5/2009
Anthony Welters ’77, chairman of the Law School’s Board of Trustees, was profiled in Diverse Issues in Higher Education...

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