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12/4/2009
The front room of a newly renovated 1830s townhouse was filled to overflowing on December 3 as the new Straus Institute...
12/4/2009
Richard Pildes, Sudler Family Professor of Constitutional Law, won the last round of a 23-year legal battle on December...
12/4/2009
Zimmerman discusses Tiger Woods's right to privacy in New York Times Room for DebateIn the December 3 edition of the...
12/4/2009
John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law Philip Alston, the United Nations special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or...
12/3/2009
The Center on Law and Security’s November 20 day-long conference, “Counterinsurgency: America’s...
12/2/2009
Professor Emma Coleman Jordan of Georgetown University Law Center painted a sweeping picture of racially tinged...
12/1/2009
The successful NYU Law Forum, initiated this year by Vice Dean Barry Friedman, began the semester with headline-...
11/25/2009
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) delivered the Brennan Center for Justice’s Second Annual Living Constitution...
11/25/2009
It has been a red-letter year for white collar crime. Just three months since his confirmation as U.S. attorney for the...
11/25/2009
Elizabeth Kukura ‘09 was awarded second place in the National Advocates for Pregnant Women’s first student...
11/23/2009
In a November 18 op-ed in The Hill, Professor Oren Bar-Gill argues in support of the proposed new Consumer Financial...
11/20/2009
Anthony Barkow, executive director for the NYU School of Law’s Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, testified...
11/19/2009
President Obama disappointed many Chinese political dissidents during his first trip to China this November by skirting...
11/19/2009
On November 17, Professor Florencia Marotta-Wurgler '01 testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science...
11/18/2009
On November 10 the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ), the Center on Law and Security, and NYU Press...
11/18/2009
On November 16, President Barack Obama announced the nomination of Julie Brill '85, a former Root-Tilden Scholar, ...
11/17/2009
Richard Pildes, Sudler Family Professor of Constitutional Law, delivered the 2009-10 Thomas M. Jorde Symposium keynote...
11/17/2009
A 2004 article by Burt Neuborne, Inez Milholland Professor of Civil Liberties, was the subject of an engaging...
11/17/2009
Times Wang '11 writes a plea in a Washington Post op-ed for President Obama to help his fatherDrawing parallels between...
11/16/2009
Ignacia Moreno '90, nominated by President Obama last May to be Assistant Attorney General for Environment and Natural...
11/13/2009
Chesterman argues for stricter scrutiny of national-security contractors in International Herald TribuneSimon...
11/13/2009
The U.S. Olympic Committee has selected Paul Tagliabue ’65 to lead a panel examining the governance...
11/11/2009
Stewart and Wyman selected to appear in the Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review The Environmental Law and...
11/10/2009
Jeremy Babener ’10 will take part in this year’s National Association of Settlement Purchasers Annual Conference in Las...
11/9/2009
On November 9, Professor Bryan Stevenson, executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), argued Sullivan v....
11/6/2009
The United States Government announced this week that it will withhold $2 million in military aid to the...
11/5/2009
The inaugural lecture of the Boxer Family Professorship of Law, delivered by Vicki Been ’83 on November 2,...
11/4/2009
A new survey by the NYU School of Law's Institute for Policy Integrity, a nonprofit think tank advocating...
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 Rights   This October, the NYU School of...
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...

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