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5/14/2010
Joe Russo ’11 was named Best Oralist at the International Rounds of the 2010 Philip C. Jessup International Law...
5/13/2010
Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to the president in the Obama White House, delivered the keynote address at the 2010...
5/13/2010
As the U.S. Senate is hashing out an overhaul of the nation’s financial regulatory system, Anne Milgram ’96...
5/13/2010
On May 3, the Suspension Representation Project (SRP) was awarded a New York State Bar Association 2010 President's Pro...
5/10/2010
The 2010 Who’s Who Legal survey has named David Katz '88 and Martin Lipton '55 to their list of the top...
5/7/2010
Ryan Bubb, a swiftly rising scholar in the fields of property rights and organizational design, will join the NYU...
5/5/2010
On April 29, the New York State Crime Victims Board (CVB) announced the confirmation of Mary Haviland '94 as a...
5/5/2010
On May 3, at a 2010 Law Day speech in Albany, Jonathan Lippman '68, chief judge of the New York State Court of Appeals...
5/3/2010
The “Top 10 Corporate and Securities Articles of 2009” list, chosen by corporate law professors in a poll...
5/3/2010
On April 28, the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) screened its new documentary, Americans on...
5/3/2010
On April 23, Visiting Professor Richard Epstein, who will join the NYU Law faculty fulltime in the fall, appeared...
5/3/2010
NYU Law alumni named among 2010 Dealmakers of the Year by the American LawyerNYU Law alumni Matthew Feldman '88 and...
4/30/2010
Professor Anthony Thompson, who teaches the Criminal and Community Defense Clinic and the Offender Reentry Clinic, was...
4/30/2010
On April 20, the United States Senate confirmed the nomination of Marisa Demeo '93 as an associate judge on the...
4/30/2010
A paper by Daniel Moeritz (LL.M. '09), a former Arthur T. Vanderbilt Scholar, has been cited by a German lawmaker...
4/29/2010
A report prepared by the Law School’s Immigrant Rights Clinic (IRC), in conjunction with two other organizations...
4/29/2010
Daniel Shaviro, Wayne Perry Professor of Taxation, is among the experts featured in An Inconvenient Tax, a new full-...
4/29/2010
On April 28, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), announced the appointment of Jos...
4/28/2010
On April 23, the Law School's Center on the Administration of Criminal Law (CACL) held its second annual conference, "...
4/27/2010
On April 21, NYU Law’s Institute for Policy Integrity released "Flooding the Market: The Distributional...
4/26/2010
On April 21, Professor Anthony Thompson had a big surprise for his Offender Reentry Clinic class: citations from...
4/26/2010
On April 19, James Kugel, a fellow at NYU Law’s Tikvah Center for Law & Jewish Civilization, delivered the...
4/26/2010
On April 21, the NYU Law Forum, with the cosponsorship of the Dean’s Workshop Series on LGBT Rights, discussed...
4/23/2010
On April 21, the NYU School of Law chapter of the Order of the Coif inducted Law School Trustee Ronald Moelis '82 as an...
4/23/2010
The inaugural lecture of the Bernard Petrie Professorship of Law and Business, delivered by Barry Adler on April 20,...
4/21/2010
A paper by Professor Oren Bar-Gill and Rebecca Stone ’09 on consumer confusion regarding cell phone contracts has...
4/21/2010
The 38th annual Orison S. Marden Moot Court Competition focused on the difficult question of child pornography and its...
4/21/2010
Behind a stifling defense and timely shooting, NYU Law defeated Columbia Law School 55-45 in the ninth annual Deans'...
4/21/2010
On April 15, the Institute for International Law and Justice’s Program in the History and Theory of International...
4/21/2010
In a dissenting opinion, Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito cited an amicus brief filed by the Law School...
4/21/2010
On April 14, the NYU Law Forum discussed judges' personalities, and how their past experiences, views, and ideologies...
4/20/2010
On April 13, Anthony ‘Van’ Jones presented his ideas for a new economy based on green jobs at the 16th...
4/18/2010
Panelists discuss how high the bar is for pleading a complaint after Iqbal and Twombly rulingsOn April 6, the Dwight D...
4/16/2010
Friedman's op-ed in the New Republic focuses on the Court, past and presentIn an April 14 op-ed in the New Republic,...
4/16/2010
Annual Survey of American Law pays tribute to Arthur MillerAt an April 14 ceremony, Arthur R. Miller joined a long line...
4/15/2010
Jennifer Hainsfurther ’08 has won a 2010 Helton Fellowship from the American Society of International Law. The...
4/15/2010
Journal of Legislation and Public Policy hosts symposium on election administrationOn April 1, the NYU Journal of...
4/15/2010
Daryl Levinson will return to the NYU School of Law faculty in the fall of 2010, after five years at Harvard Law School...
4/14/2010
Richard Pildes, Sudler Family Professor of Constitutional Law, delivered the 2009-2010 Thomas M. Jorde Symposium...
4/13/2010
Charles D. Klein ’63, an NYU School of Law trustee and a managing director of American Securities for the past 30...
4/13/2010
All politics, it has been said, is local. And if you ask Anthony Foxx ’96, starting local is a great way to get...
4/8/2010
Life at NYU Law blogger Andrea Ravich '12 offers counsel to new admitsAndrea Ravich '12 has some advice for prospective...
4/8/2010
The new book Regoverning the Workplace: From Self-Regulation to Co-Regulation by Cynthia Estlund, Catherine A. Rein...
4/8/2010
William Perry ’12 has won the 2010 Robert Half Legal Scholarship from Robert Half Legal, a legal staffing service...
4/8/2010
More than 40 years ago, Arthur R. Miller introduced Linda Silberman to the intricacies of civil procedure. She was then...
4/7/2010
Lauren Burke '09 was recently interviewed by the producers of "Following the Snakehead," a...
4/6/2010
On March 26, the Black, Latino, Asian Pacific American Law Alumni Association (BLAPA) held its annual Spring Dinner to...
4/5/2010
Bryan Stevenson appears on Bill Moyers Journal to discuss racial and economic injusticeOn April 2, two days before the...
4/2/2010
Immigrants to the U.S. who are convicted of a crime may face detention and deportation by federal authorities. Few get...
4/2/2010
Inebriated plunges into the Hudson River; mistreatment of support staff; e-mails landing where they're least intended....

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