11/7/2018
As the Trump Administration continues to reshape the United States’s foreign alliances and trade commitments amidst a...
10/23/2018
On September 27, the Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance hosted a three-panel conference that explored the...
10/16/2018
Kim Taylor-Thompson speaking at event
In an October 3 discussion, amid national debate over Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault claims against then-US...
10/5/2018
Josep Borrell Fontelles speaking
At the 14th annual Emile Noël Lecture, Josep Borrell Fontelles, former president of the European Parliament and...
10/5/2018
Chai Feldblum, Commissioner of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
As the #MeToo movement approaches its one-year anniversary, sexual misconduct allegations against powerful figures in...
10/4/2018
On September 26, amid controversy over the US Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Gibson, Dunn &...
10/3/2018
New York University’s Making a Difference Award was presented to Alina Das ’05, professor of clinical law and...
9/21/2018
When the Supreme Court of India issued a landmark ruling this month that overturned India’s 157-year-old law...
9/10/2018
Melissa Murray
On September 7, Professor Melissa Murray testified at the US Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Brett...
9/4/2018
Trevor Morrison
The 2018–19 academic year is my sixth as dean. I am excited to reflect on what we have accomplished over the past five...
9/4/2018
Criminal Justice Portrait
NYU Law faculty, alumni, and students are helping drive changes across the criminal justice system—often with an eye on...
9/4/2018
Jason Schultz
Revelations that Cambridge Analytica mined Facebook data in the 2016 election sparked new concerns about data privacy...
9/4/2018
Deborah Archer
Deborah Archer recalls that when she was eight years old, someone spray-painted “KKK” on the garage of her family’s...
9/4/2018
Melissa Murray
Professor Melissa Murray’s 2012 article “Marriage as Punishment,” published in the Columbia Law Review, earned two...
9/4/2018
A Sampling of Recent Faculty Books José E. Alvarez (editor) American Classics in International Law: International...
9/4/2018
Award-Winning 2017–18 Scholarship by Faculty Rachel Barkow (co-author) “Designed to Fail: The President's Deference to...
9/4/2018
A discussion about human rights, sovereignty, and dispute resolution in East Asia coincides with a major grant to NYU...
9/4/2018
Stephen Ross
The Latham & Watkins Forum hosts topical conversations among leading players. NYU Law’s ongoing discussion series...
9/4/2018
Kim Taylor-Thompson
In the past year, NYU Law’s Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law (CRIL) facilitated a series of hard-hitting...
9/4/2018
Students socializing in Vanderbilt Hall Courtyard for Orientation 2019 BBQ
The school year officially began as NYU Law kicked off Orientation on August 22 with a Welcome BBQ, hosted by the...
8/31/2018
Jeremy Waldron
In a ceremony held on August 24, University Professor Jeremy Waldron received an honorary doctorate of law from the...
8/30/2018
A panel of federal judges ruled this week in Common Cause v. Rucho that Republican legislators in North...
8/27/2018
Map of the world made up of immigration stamps
Back in June 2012, Professor Eleanor Fox ’61’s ambitious summer travel plans—which included visits to Singapore, Kuala...
8/17/2018
Astrid Reyes
Latinx Rights scholar Astrid Reyes ’19 has been awarded the first ever Abby Lyn Gillette Research Assistantship through...
8/16/2018
Illustration of arches with microphones on top
Following a US Supreme Court term marked by controversial First Amendment rulings and the announcement of Justice...
8/3/2018
Bryan Stevenson
On August 4, Professor of Clinical Law Bryan Stevenson received the American Bar Association’s highest honor, the ABA...
7/23/2018
John Ring
In June, more than 140 plaintiff and management-side attorneys, academics, and government representatives participated...
6/28/2018
On June 8, US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor sat down for a conversation with her former law clerk Melissa...
6/11/2018
Melissa Murray
Melissa Murray, who was a visiting professor at NYU Law last fall and was in residence this past spring, will join NYU...
5/30/2018
Two heads overlapping to create a Ven Diagram with the scales of justice in the overlapping space
Most research papers in the sciences are headed by a list of multiple co-authors. So are most papers in economics. But...
5/14/2018
Jennifer Arlen ’86, Norma Z. Paige Professor of Law, has been elected president of the American Law and Economics...
5/9/2018
Four professors on the NYU Law faculty have been selected as research members of the European Corporate Governance...
5/9/2018
On April 23, Linda Silberman, Clarence D. Ashley Professor of Law and co-director of the Center for Transnational...
5/4/2018
Head on portrait of Steven Dean
Steven Dean will join NYU Law on January 1, 2019, as the new faculty director of the Graduate Tax Program, Dean Trevor...
5/2/2018
Amy Adler
One glance at the diversity of topics and readings in the syllabus for Art Law, an NYU Law course that Emily Kempin...
4/25/2018
Bryan Stevenson
The American South is dotted with the iconography of the Confederacy, says Professor Bryan Stevenson, founder and...
4/24/2018
Illustration of arches with microphones on top
Copyright law once mostly focused on works such as books, photographs, paintings, music, and films. Today, copyright is...
4/23/2018
NYU Law student dribbling basketball
Dean Trevor Morrison in the faculty half-time...
4/19/2018
Boeung Kak lake in Cambodia
It has been a truth universally acknowledged—at least, by the World Bank and many economic and legal theorists—that...
4/16/2018
Illustration of Richard Epstein with a large stack of books.
Google “Richard A. Epstein” and “prolific” and you’ll get plenty of hits. Other searches will produce multiple items...
4/16/2018
Michael Mukasey
There has never been a US president quite like Donald Trump. Will the precedents he sets now ultimately strengthen the...
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...
4/6/2018
As part of the Leadership Series of NYU Law’s Mitchell Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business, a conversation...
4/4/2018
Sainath Iyer ’18 says he’s not surprised that Professor of Clinical Law Kim Taylor-Thompson is one of the six faculty...
4/2/2018
Chris Hayes
Chris Hayes, the host of MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes, joined Kenji Yoshino, Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of...
3/27/2018
Robert Katzmann
From a lectern in Greenberg Lounge, Robert A. Katzmann, chief judge of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit,...
3/22/2018
“Freedom versus Fairness: The Tension Between Free Market and Populist Ideals in Labor,” a symposium sponsored by NYU...
3/20/2018
Kim Taylor-Thompson
On February 20 a panel hosted by the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law discussed what current research in...
3/19/2018
Puerto Rico flag
Professors Samuel Issacharoff and Clayton Gillette have neighboring offices, and both are experts on the architecture...
3/14/2018
Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
When governments rely on artificial intelligence and other automated systems to make decisions that affect human lives...
3/9/2018
Artwork of human profiles, one with a tear.
Human rights workers are often witnesses to the human toll of atrocities and injustices, but their own mental health...
3/5/2018
Tax Law illustration
The 2017 US tax reform bill moved through Congress at breakneck speed, signed into law by President Trump just seven...
3/1/2018
Deborah Archer
Dean Trevor Morrison announced on February 28 that Deborah N. Archer will join the Law School next academic year as an...
2/15/2018
Since last fall, the social media hashtag #MeToo has propelled a national reckoning with sexual harassment and helped...
2/9/2018
Registered Trademarks story art. Pipe leaking light bulbs.
If you’re looking for a name for your start-up company, you may want to consider “Although.” Or perhaps “Showed.” Or “...
1/29/2018
Illustration of a book with a globe coming out
To understand the realm of Professor Franco Ferrari’s scholarship, consider this hypothetical: A nuclear accident in...
1/3/2018
Despite the longstanding and meaningful links between the worlds of law and business, when NYU Law embarked on a...
1/3/2018
Net Neutrality loading symbol
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal net neutrality rules in December 2017, it was the...
12/19/2017
Robotic arm
The gig economy gets considerable attention in the media, but there is another issue looming in the jobs sector that...
12/18/2017
NYU Law’s second annual Sidley Austin Forum, held at the NYU Global Academic Center in Washington, DC, on December 5,...
12/18/2017
Alberto Alemanno
In an era with new forms of democratic engagement, global professor of law Alberto Alemanno has written Lobbying for...
12/15/2017
Stack of books
One way to get a sense of the breadth of scholarship at NYU Law is to look at the assortment of books faculty members...
12/8/2017
Illustration of arches with microphones on top
Large asset managers, hedge funds and other shareholders gathered at an Institute for Corporate Governance &...
11/28/2017
White wedding cake with hearts on top, in front of baby blue background
One of the most-watched cases on the US Supreme Court’s docket is Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights...
11/16/2017
Illustration of arches with microphones on top
At the seventh annual NYU/UCLA Tax Policy Symposium, “New Approaches to Calculation and Allocation of the...
11/16/2017
Derrick Bell
Theodore Shaw Portrait of Derrick Bell by Daniel Mark Duffy Janet Dewart Bell, Derrick...
10/30/2017
During a three-year stint as commissioner of New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD),...
10/24/2017
Logo for Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law
What role should law practices play in addressing the issues of race and ethnicity in America today? Do partners and...
10/18/2017
Lead the Way campaign logo
The contagious energy of the evening was clear from the moment students, alumni, faculty, and friends of NYU School of...
10/10/2017
In 2015 alone, 20 articles written or co-written by famously prolific Laurence A. Tisch Professor of Law Richard...
10/9/2017
To highlight how state-level actors are addressing energy and environmental issues in ways that sometimes differ from...
10/9/2017
In this event cosponsored by the Disability Allied Law Students Association and the Center for Diversity, Inclusion,...
10/4/2017
Rochelle Dreyfuss, Pauline Newman Professor of Law, was honored last month at the Intellectual Property Scholars...
10/2/2017
Conference speakers Frank Michelman, Trevor Morrison, Liam Murphy, Thomas Scanlon, Jeremy Waldron, Samuel...
10/1/2017
The depth of the legacy left by Norman Dorsen, the late Frederick I....
9/25/2017
When the US Supreme Court convened for business last fall, it was down a justice and had few high-profile cases on its...
9/20/2017
In August, following an open display of racial hatred and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, Dean Trevor Morrison...
9/5/2017
Robert Jackson Jr., a professor of law and director of the Program on Corporate Law and Policy at Columbia Law School,...
9/1/2017
A Sampling of Recent Faculty Books Kwame Anthony Appiah As If: Idealization and Ideals, Harvard University...
9/1/2017
The beginning of a school year always brings with it fresh energy. This year, many of us at NYU Law return to campus...
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
When the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution placed a camera on Martha’s Vineyard’s South Beach, it was to monitor...
9/1/2017
NYU Law embraces training to advise socially minded businesses in the emerging field of law and social...
9/1/2017
Through 56 years and seven deans, Norman Dorsen, who passed away in July, played a peerless role in the upward...
9/1/2017
George Zeitlin LLM ’61 passed away on January 19 at age 86. Zeitlin’s colleagues and students remember him as a...
8/28/2017
Summer is a time when many NYU Law professors fan out from Washington Square to engage with the global academic...
8/9/2017
The International Society of Public Law (ICON·S) held its annual conference in July at the University of Copenhagen in...
8/1/2017
The 2016–17 NYU Law Forum brought together journalists, academics, politicians, and business professionals to address a...
7/18/2017
Richard Revesz, dean emeritus and Lawrence King Professor of Law, was named one of the New York Law Journal's 2017...
7/3/2017
Norman Dorsen, Frederick I. and Grace A. Stokes Professor of Law, passed away on July 1, 2017, at home with his family...
6/22/2017
Steven Greenhouse '82 Philip Miscimarra Victoria Lipnic David Sherwyn, former...
6/6/2017
On May 24, NYU Law launched the Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship, a new research center that will work...
5/24/2017
 Professor Troy McKenzie '00 has been elected to the American Law Institute Council.
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...
5/15/2017
Rick Brooks will join NYU School of Law’s permanent faculty in January 2018, and he will teach Contracts at the Law...
5/11/2017
New York University professors from a range of disciplines met at NYU Law to honor Professor Anna Deavere Smith, who...
5/8/2017
Early one afternoon, William T. Comfort, III Professor of Law Roderick Hills Jr. is walking his Constitutional Law...