News@NYU Law

3/30/2015
Philip Alston issued a statement Tuesday in his capacity as UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights...
3/30/2015
The Frank J. Guarini Government Lecture on March 9 was a rare opportunity to hear firsthand from not just one, but two...
3/30/2015
On March 4, the Department of Justice issued a report condemning the racial bias and unconstitutional practices in the...
3/23/2015
Having won a conviction against Gambino family boss John Gotti in 1992, Judge John Gleeson brought a wealth of raw-...
3/23/2015
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Center for Law and Security (CLS) at New York University...
3/17/2015
Madison’s Music: On Reading the First Amendment, a new book by Burt Neuborne, offers a fresh argument about how the...
3/17/2015
Global Clinical Professor of Law Alberto Alemanno, who teaches at NYU Law Abroad in Paris, has been selected as a 2015...
3/17/2015
Richard Revesz, Lawrence King Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus, testified on March 17 before the House Energy &...
3/13/2015
NYU School of Law will hold JD and LLM/JSD Convocation ceremonies on May 21 at the Beacon Theatre. Preet Bharara, US...
3/13/2015
NYU School of Law professors, alumni, and students have filed amicus briefs with the Supreme Court supporting the case...
3/13/2015
Time and again, companies, governments, and other institutions have turned to Kenneth Feinberg ’70 to resolve seemingly...
3/13/2015
This day-long symposium explored the ways that Halliburton II changed the securities class action landscape,...
3/11/2015
On February 27, for the third consecutive year, OUTLaw, NYU Law’s organization for LGBT students and their allies, held...
3/9/2015
Leslie Spencer ’98, litigation partner at Ropes & Gray, was the recipient of this year’s Woman of Distinction Award...
3/6/2015
The Chief Judge of the State of New York, Jonathan Lippman ’68, has fought to expand representation and make the...
3/5/2015
University Professor Jeremy Waldron, who has delivered virtually all of the highest-wattage philosophy lectures across...
3/4/2015
The rise of a virulent new form of terrorist threat, embodied in the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Shams (ISIS) has...
3/3/2015
At this year’s Law Women Alumnae Reception, Law Trustee Virginia “Jean” Molino ’76, general counsel of McKinsey &...
3/3/2015
The news, the economy, and education are among the many areas of modern life that are increasingly governed by...
2/27/2015
If 2013 was the year of “too big to jail,” 2014 was the year for convicting financial institutions.
2/27/2015
Judge Jack Weinstein may have taken senior status more than two decades ago on the US District Court for the Eastern...
2/27/2015
C. Boyden Gray, founding partner of Boyden Gray & Associates, delivered a keynote for the “American Gas Exports:...
2/26/2015
The Honorable Chase T. Rogers, Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, delivers the annual Brennan Lecture,...
2/26/2015
Amy Marshak ’11 and Matthew Shahabian ’11 have been selected to clerk for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Justice Sonia...
2/24/2015
In an ever more interconnected global economy, international boundaries are increasingly irrelevant. And as governments...
2/24/2015
In this discussion on the current state of fashion law, an expert panel of prominent New York practitioners and...
2/20/2015
The 2015 NYU/Penn Conference on Law & Finance will be hosted by New York University on February 20 and 21 in New...
2/19/2015
At this year’s Black History Month Gala, the NYU School of Law Black Allied Law Students Association (BALSA) honored...
2/19/2015
A three-ethicist panel of Kenji Yoshino, Amy Bloom, and Jack Shafer discuss and debate the best way to solve readers'...
2/18/2015
Given Burt Neuborne’s half century of civil liberties work, which has established him as one of the most accomplished...
2/17/2015
A criminal record can affect an individual’s employment prospects, future interactions with the criminal justice...
2/13/2015
In May 2013, the president spoke about getting the United States off of a perpetual wartime footing in dealing with...
2/13/2015
The number of renters is growing, but many struggle to find available units.
2/9/2015
On February 7, the American Bar Foundation (ABF) honored Stephen Gillers ’68, Elihu Root Professor of Law, with...
2/5/2015
When Norman Goodman ’50 took the position of New York County Clerk in 1969, he had “not the faintest idea” that running...
2/4/2015
Professionals seeking to advance in today’s competitive global environment now have a new option: uniquely designed...
2/4/2015
Last Monday, Roy Austin Jr., deputy assistant to President Obama and director of the White House Office of Urban...
2/3/2015
This Thursday and Friday, more than 4,700 students from 21 law schools are expected to flock to NYU School of Law for...
2/2/2015
Professor Troy McKenzie ’00 has been elected to the prestigious American Law Institute (ALI). The ALI is the leading...
2/2/2015
The Supreme Court will soon decide the fate of policies on climate change, health insurance subsidies, and other...
1/30/2015
The vast majority of contracts these days are standard-form contracts: drafted by one party and offered to the other...
1/29/2015
NYU School of Law is pleased to announce the launch of the Robert L. Bernstein Institute for Human Rights, a research...
1/28/2015
For a leading labor and employment law scholar such as Cynthia Estlund, the ongoing decline of American unions might...
1/28/2015
Annemarie Hassett became the executive director of the NYU Law's Engelberg Center on Innovation Law and...
1/23/2015
Last May, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his intention to create a mandatory inclusionary zoning program that would...
1/23/2015
University Professor Jeremy Waldron, who has delivered virtually all of the highest-wattage philosophy lectures across...
1/22/2015
Geoffrey Miller, Stuyvesant P. Comfort Professor of Law, visited Paraguay in December when he delivered a lecture at...
1/20/2015
Sri Lanka’s voters shocked themselves and the world this month by tossing out their president, who crushed the Tamil...
1/16/2015
On December 3, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit heard oral arguments in Authors Guild v. Google, in which...
1/9/2015
Andrew Weissmann has been selected as the Chief of the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section, announced Assistant Attorney...

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