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11/4/2009
2009 Global Economic Policy Forum and Law Alumni Association Fall LectureCombining the 2009 Global Economic Policy...
11/2/2009
Dorchen Leidholdt ’88 is the director of Sanctuary for Families’ Center for Battered Women’s Legal...
11/2/2009
In Paul Butler’s 2009 book, Let's Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice, he dedicates an entire chapter to the...
11/2/2009
On November 6, Russell D. Niles Professor of Law Oscar Chase will present the keynote speech at Fordham University...
10/30/2009
John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law Philip Alston reports that the United States government’s use of unmanned...
10/29/2009
A coalition of musicians announced on October 20 that they are formally protesting the use of loud music as an...
10/27/2009
October 28, 2009Tishman AuditoriumNew York University School of LawVideoWatch the complete recording from this event (...
10/27/2009
Lawrence litigator gives first lecture in Dean's Workshop on LGBT RightsThis October, the NYU School of Law launched...
10/27/2009
When Judge M. Blane Michael ’68 of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit delivered the 41st annual...
10/27/2009
The National Research Council’s Committee on Health, Environmental, and Other External Costs and Benefits of...
10/26/2009
The October 21 installment of the NYU Law Forum, “The Supreme Court’s New Term (and New Justice),” convened a...
10/23/2009
On October 20, Pauline Newman Professor of Law Rochelle C. Dreyfuss delivered the Fifth Annual Finnegan Distinguished...
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,...
10/21/2009
The title of the October 14 NYU Law Forum, “Is What’s Good for GM Good for America?,” moderated by...
10/19/2009
At the beginning of “Turmoil in Iran: Passion and Protest in the Islamic Republic,” part of the Center on...
10/19/2009
On October 6, the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law released a new study called “Foreclosure: A...
10/16/2009
Francis Deng, the United Nations secretary general’s special adviser on the prevention of genocide, delivered a...
10/16/2009
After conducting an 11-day investigation, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law Philip Alston reported that a United...
10/13/2009
Tuesday, in a United Nations press release, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law Philip Alston, United Nations special...
10/13/2009
Nigel Li is convinced that the 2009 trial of Chen Shui-bian, ex-president of Taiwan, set a milestone in the young...
10/12/2009
Nigel Li is convinced that the 2009 trial of Chen Shui-bian, ex-president of Taiwan, set a milestone in the young...
10/12/2009
University Professor Jeremy Waldron delivered the three-part Holmes Lecture series, the most prestigious talks at...
10/9/2009
The October 7 installment of the NYU Law Forum, “Prosecuting Torture: How High Should It Go?” began with...
10/6/2009
At a time when the nation’s finances are in a state of disrepair, one would expect the taxing authorities to step...
10/6/2009
On October 2 the Information Law Institute at the NYU School of Law held a day-long workshop in anticipation of the...
10/6/2009
Pildes discusses upcoming Supreme Court cases in  New York TimesIn an October 5 New York Times article by...
10/6/2009
Danilo Türk, president of the Republic of Slovenia, joined University Professor Joseph Weiler, director of the Jean...
10/2/2009
New York University School of Law and the NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business held the 35th Annual Lawrence P....
10/2/2009
On September 21, the Center on Law and Security hosted an open forum, “Detainees in America: The Next Chapter of...
10/1/2009
University Professor Richard Stewart, the director of the Frank J. Guarini Center on Environmental and Land Use Law,...
9/30/2009
Released the week before the beginning of the 2009-10 Supreme Court term, The Will of the People: How Public Opinion...
9/30/2009
In New York for United Nations week, Leonel Fernández, president of the Dominican Republic, visited the NYU School...
9/28/2009
New York Times praises Friedman's bookVice Dean Barry Friedman's new book, The Will of the People: How Public Opinion...
9/25/2009
Keren Raz ’10 spent six days this past July rubbing elbows with the likes of Jeremy Irons, Amy Grant, Jane...
9/25/2009
In a ceremony on September 24, Bryan Stevenson, professor of clinical law and director of the Equal Justice Initiative...
9/24/2009
A forthcoming book by Ronald Dworkin, Frank Henry Sommer Professor of Law, is the subject of a two-day conference at...
9/23/2009
The Honourable Penny Wong, Senator for South Australia and Australia’s Minister for Climate Change and Water,...
9/21/2009
Alston speaks to Time magazine about Kenya's police forceJohn Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law Philip Alston, United...
9/21/2009
Barry Adler, Bernard Petrie Professor of Law and Business, gave testimony before the Congressional Oversight Panel...
9/18/2009
The inaugural installment of the NYU Law Forum, a new weekly event organized and moderated by Vice Dean Barry Friedman...
9/17/2009
Andrew Cuomo, the attorney general of New York, displayed both candor and self-deprecating humor when he delivered the...
9/17/2009
Former NYU School of Law visiting scholar Justice Sandile Ngcobo has accepted President Jacob Zuma’s nomination...
9/11/2009
Friedman writes about relevance of Supreme Court in the New RepublicIn the September 23 issue of the New Republic, Vice...
9/9/2009
The Supreme Court today took up its first oral argument with new Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor on the bench in...
9/3/2009
Many NYU School of Law students had summer experiences worth writing home about, but five of them, ...
8/28/2009
Allison Westfahl Kong ’10 has won the second annual student writing competition of the New York State Bar...
8/27/2009
Jeremy Marwell ’06 has become a clerk for new U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a former NYU School of...
8/24/2009
Stewart co-authors Wall Street Journal op-ed arguing for cap-and-trade environmental regulationThe House’s...

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