News@NYU Law

3/24/2014
Geoffrey Miller, Stuyvesant P. Comfort Professor of Law and director of the Center for Financial Institutions, has...
3/21/2014
The question of whether Edward Snowden is a hero or a villain persists more than a year after he revealed the extent of...
3/21/2014
Concussion lawsuits, workplace conduct scandals, player unions, and doping controversies—all in a day’s work for the...
3/20/2014
With a new mayor in office, New York City agencies have seen a slew of new appointments and hires. And as Mayor Bill de...
3/20/2014
On Monday, March 17, New York University School of Law’s Information Law Institute partnered with the White House...
3/19/2014
From Wednesday, March 19 through Friday, March 21, the Dwight D. Opperman Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA) is...
3/19/2014
US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx ’96 credits the gains of the civil rights movement with opportunities that...
3/18/2014
Richard Revesz's sunlit office on Washington Square may seem an unlikely command center for one of the biggest legal...
3/17/2014
New York Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman ’68 has been a passionate advocate for civil legal services and equal access to...
3/14/2014
The top schools provide a mix of experiential learning, loan repayment and placement in the field.
3/12/2014
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises with lifesaving resources....
3/7/2014
On the chilly afternoon of February 25, Chief Judge Diane Wood of the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit was...
3/6/2014
On Friday, February 21, the Bickel & Brewer Latino Institute for Human Rights held its third annual symposium, “A...
3/6/2014
On Thursday, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) presented Manuel “Manny” Vargas ’84 with its...
3/6/2014
Audrey Zibelman, chair of the New York State Public Service Commission since September 2013, set her vision for state...
3/5/2014
On February 19, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) named Sukanya Pillay LLM ’94 its general counsel and...
3/5/2014
Greenberg Lounge was transformed into a testament to public service as NYU Law’s Public Service Auction, organized by...
3/4/2014
On February 20, Richard Kauffman presented the second installment of the Energy Policy Discussion series hosted by the...
3/4/2014
On Friday, February 28, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio named Steven Banks ’81 commissioner of the Human Resources...
3/3/2014
Federal Trade Commission Commissioner Julie Brill ’85 returned to the Law School on February 19 to participate in a...
3/3/2014
Tackling one of the most polarizing political issues of the day, Professor Eugene Volokh of UCLA School of Law, founder...
3/3/2014
Linda Gadsby ’92, vice president and deputy general counsel of Scholastic, was the recipient of this year’s Woman of...
3/1/2014
What’s the difference between a successful person and a superstar? Natural intellectual ability? No. Hard-won...
3/1/2014
In an era of billion-dollar penalties and international corruption investigations, corporate compliance and enforcement...
2/28/2014
Following his recent Just Security post, "The NSA's Culture of 'Legal Compliance' Still Breaks the Law," ...
2/28/2014
The title of the NYU Annual Survey of American Law’s annual symposium on February 21 might well have ended with a...
2/27/2014
In the latest issue of Foreign Affairs, reviewer Jay Harris praises Professor Moshe Halbertal’s recently published book...
2/26/2014
A unanimous Supreme Court victory is Professor Bryan Stevenson’s latest milestone in his 15-year effort to vindicate a...
2/25/2014
The NYU Sports and Society program, headed by University Professor Arthur R. Miller, issued a white...
2/21/2014
Focused on the growing problem of municipal fiscal distress, the February 12 Milbank Tweed Forum, “Saving Cities:...
2/21/2014
Global Clinical Professor of Law Alberto Alemanno, who teaches the EU Regulatory Policy Clinic that is part of the...
2/20/2014
Last week, Professor Gráinne de Búrca and other noted academics presented at the “Luxembourg Forum,” a meeting between...
2/19/2014
Glenn Greenwald ’94 is one of four journalists who will be honored with this year’s George Polk Award for national...
2/19/2014
Scholars from around the country gathered at NYU Law for a symposium on February 10 to discuss The Classical Liberal...
2/14/2014
On February 10, the Hauser Global Law School Program and the International Law Society co-sponsored the event, “Crisis...
2/14/2014
Harvey Dale, University Professor of Philanthropy and the Law and director of the National Center on Philanthropy and...
2/12/2014
New York University honored Professor Bryan Stevenson, head of the Equal Justice and Defender Clinic, with a Dr. Martin...
2/11/2014
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Saturday the appointment of Vicki Been ’83, Boxer Family Professor of Law and...
2/11/2014
The Public Interest Law Center (PILC) held its 37th annual Public Interest Legal Career Fair on Thursday, February 6...
2/11/2014
Monday marked the debut of the Intercept, the online magazine edited by Glenn Greenwald ’94 alongside journalists Laura...
2/10/2014
On the morning of Monday, February 3, Daniel Esty wrapped up his three-year term as Commissioner of the Connecticut...
2/7/2014
On January 31, the NYU Journal of Law & Business held its 2014 symposium, “Developments in Domestic and...
2/7/2014
On Friday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed Carl Weisbrod ’68 as the new chair of the City Planning...
2/7/2014
The American Society of International Law (ASIL) has selected a book co-authored by Ryan Goodman, Anne and Joel...
2/7/2014
Calling attention to a new report from the Alliance for Justice (AFJ), the Brennan Center for Justice co-sponsored...
2/6/2014
At NYU Law’s Annual Alumni Luncheon on January 31 at the Pierre, an audience of roughly 400 gathered to thank the...
2/4/2014
At the January 22 Milbank Tweed forum entitled, “Suddenly Sexy: How Compliance Went From Ho-Hum to Hot,” a panel of...
2/4/2014
Policy Integrity filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting the authority of the...
2/4/2014
Christine Sun '98 detailed her personal and professional journeys as both LGBTQ individual and advocate when OUTLaw,...
2/4/2014
On February 3, Judge Harry T. Edwards, a long-time professor at the NYU School of Law, gave the opening address at the...

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