News@NYU Law

9/13/2012
NYU School of Law has been selected as a partner by the Ford Foundation for a new fellowship program that will offer 25...
9/12/2012
The New York Law Journal has come out with their second annual list of "Lawyers Who Lead By Example,"...
9/11/2012
How did NYU Law faculty spend the summer? A lot of them hit the road to deliver lectures, give presentations, or...
9/7/2012
Robert A. Kindler has endowed the Law School’s newest chaired professorship, the 24th to be established since...
9/7/2012
David Garland, Arthur T. Vanderbilt Professor of Law, will receive two awards from the American Society of Criminology...
9/5/2012
Candice Jones ’07 and Jason Washington ’07 are among the 15 White House Fellows selected for the elite...
8/30/2012
Lori Rifkin ’04, a senior trial attorney in the civil rights division of the Department of Justice, was named one...
8/29/2012
Jeanne Fromer, an associate professor at Fordham University School of Law, joins NYU Law this semester as the newest...
8/24/2012
Iván Espinoza-Madrigal ’05, a staff attorney for Lambda Legal—the oldest and largest national legal...
8/15/2012
At Mount Holyoke College's commencement ceremony in May, Mallika Dutt ’89 received an honorary doctorate in...
8/9/2012
The American Law Institute (ALI) has named Oren Bar-Gill a reporter on the Restatement Third of the Law of Consumer...
8/7/2012
The Dwight D. Opperman Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA) recently concluded its 53rd annual New Appellate...
8/6/2012
Renowned economic policy expert Peter Orszag is joining the law school as a Distinguished Scholar. Orszag is currently...
8/3/2012
The Buenos Aires-based Center for the Implementation of Public Policies for Equity and Growth (CIPPEC) has named Samuel...
7/31/2012
A clinic and a center at the Law School have each filed amicus briefs in an immigration case that the Supreme Court...
7/25/2012
A national consortium of law school clinics that includes NYU Law’s Global Justice Clinic has released the first...
7/23/2012
Bailout, a new book by Neil Barofsky '95, catapults into the headlines (PODCAST) As the Special Inspector General of...
7/20/2012
A new study from the Brennan Center for Justice has found that nearly 500,000 eligible voters in 10 states with...
7/18/2012
In growing numbers, national and transnational government agencies, NGOs, and private consultancies are producing...
7/11/2012
Governor Deval Patrick has appointed Paul Wilson ’81 to the Massachusetts Superior Court. Formerly a litigator at...
7/10/2012
Through the controversial Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, the U.S. will seek to compel foreign financial...
7/9/2012
Brennan Center event brings author Tim Weiner to discuss his new book, Enemies: A History of the FBIOn June 12, NYU Law...
7/9/2012
From July 5 to July 7, Joshua Blank, faculty director of the Graduate Tax Program, participated in a conference in Rust...

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