News@NYU Law

2/6/2009
Barry Adler writes in a New York Times letter to the editor that proposed cap on executive pay is a mistakeFebruary 6,...
2/6/2009
Katherine Strandburg, a professor of law at DePaul University, will become a tenured faculty member at NYU Law in Fall...
2/6/2009
National Jurist has named Peggy Cooper Davis, the John S.R. Shad Professor of Lawyering and Ethics and the director of...
2/2/2009
February 2, 2009Thomas Franck, Murry and Ida Becker Professor of Law Emeritus, has been nominated to the position of...
2/2/2009
On January 22, the Law School held the Bell Annual Gospel Choir Concert. The event was a blend of the spoken word...
1/30/2009
January 30, 2009Professor Ronald Noble, secretary general of INTERPOL, on leave from NYU Law, discussed the crucial...
1/14/2009
As a scholar of financial institutions, Geoffrey Miller, the Stuyvesant Comfort Professor of Law and director of the...
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...
12/23/2008
In the December 22 edition of the New York Times, Professor Samuel Issacharoff offered insights into the...
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...
12/11/2008
Dean Richard Revesz gave a keynote address on December 10 in Boston at the annual meeting of the Society for...
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...
12/5/2008
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...
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...
11/7/2008
Now that the election is over, we are free to talk about our experience.  Since the start of the primary season,...
11/4/2008
Barry Friedman, the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law, led a discussion of the topic "Is the Supreme Court...
10/30/2008
While the government has been busy bailing out Wall Street and shoring up banks, it has been sorely overlooking the...
10/15/2008
Robert Howse, the Lloyd C. Nelson Professor of International Law, presented his lecture “Man of Peace: Rehearing...
10/6/2008
Miller arbitration study discussed in The New York Times The New York Times reports that despite corporate...
10/2/2008
University Professor Anthony Amsterdam has won the 2008 Frederick Douglass Human Rights Award from the...
9/29/2008
Barry Adler, the Charles Seligson Professor of Law, testified on September 26 before the Committee on the Judiciary's...
9/25/2008
In an hour-long discussion on September 24, Dean Richard Revesz laid out his case for the potential ...
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...
9/12/2008
Dean Richard Revesz has been appointed to the National Research Council (NRC)'s Committee on Health, Environmental...
9/8/2008
University Professor Thomas Nagel has been awarded a 2008 Balzan Prize for his work in moral philosophy. Nagel was one...
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,...
8/12/2008
Professor Randy Hertz, director of the Law School's Clinical and Advocacy Programs, has been named chair of the...
6/28/2008
In a June 27 op-ed in The Huffington Post, Rachel Barkow points out that despite polls showing that Barack Obama has...
6/26/2008
In a June 26 op-ed in The Huffington Post, James Jacobs, Chief Justice Warren E. Burger Professor of Constitutional Law...
5/22/2008
Alan N. Rechtschaffen is a partner of the Rechtschaffen Institutional Group at UBS Financial Services, Inc. and...
5/22/2008
Cynthia Estlund, Clayton Gillette and Troy McKenzie were honored at the Law School's end-of-year dinner on May 15 with...
5/21/2008
The Wall Street Journal reports that Vicki Been, Elihu Root Professor of Law and codirector of the Furman Center for...
4/29/2008
The Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) released "Recasting Justice," a report urging Nepal to include...

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