Two students are 2014 Paul & Daisy Soros New American Fellows

Salmah Rizvi '16 (left) and Sarahi Uribe '16 are recipients of the prestigious fellowship, which supports up to two years of graduate study in the United States. Read more

US Copyright Office cites Art Law Society comments

Under the guidance of Associate Professor of Clinical Law Jason Schultz, seven Art Law Society students wrote comments that the US Copyright Office cited in a recent report on resale royalties for visual art. Read more

Leo Gertner '16 receives Peggy Browning Fellowship

The fellowship, which supports public interest labor law endeavors, will fund Gertner's work this summer in the United Steelworker's Legal Department at their national headquarters in Pittsburgh. 
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Gabrielle Apollon ’15 stands up for Haitian migrants

Gabrielle Apollon ’15 testified before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights about the human rights violations of Haitian migrants to Brazil. She based her testimony on 25 hours of interviews that she conducted with Haitian migrants in Brasileia, a town near the Bolivian border. Read more

Life at NYU Law: A Student Blog

Three days ago, I walked off the plane and started my law school adventure in Buenos Aires. Wait, what…three months ago?! Where has the time gone?!
Living in yet another city that never seems to sleep, I find that days and night fly by in a blur. During the day, we’re just normal law students…except we’re learning about the laws and legal culture of Latin America, which are quite different than what we’re used to studying in the US. Civil codes, military coups, and legal changes are regular points of discussion in Professor Böhmer’s class, while Argentina’s economic crisis and the arbitration... More

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The Graduate Lawyering Program is seeking rising 2Ls and 3Ls to serve as teaching assistants for Graduate Lawyering I. There will be 11 sections in the fall. The 9 one-credit sections meet every... more

The results of Bidding Cycle #2 have been available as of 1:30 pm on Friday, July 25 in ABRA at Use your NetID and password to gain access. Click on the “Bidding... more

Employers are now able to view the resumes of those students on their interview schedules as well as the resumes of those students who initially bid on them but did not receive an interview and of... more

The Evolving Financial Landscape for Renewable Energy Wednesday, September 10, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EST) New York University School of Law Frank J. Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy... more

Senior Global Research Fellow Daniel Fitzpatrick is currently accepting applications for Research Assistants for the fall semester. The position allows 5 – 20 hours per week at $12 per hour. The... more

 •   Primary and Alternate Bids Count: You will be able to view the number of primary and alternate bids for courses in Bidding Cycle #1 during Bidding Cycle #2. •   Pre/Co-requisites: If you won a... more

The results of Bidding Cycle #1 will be available in ABRA beginning at 1:30 pm on Monday, July 21, 2014. To see both your fall and spring classes please log onto: Use... more

Here is the latest weekly News Digest from PSJD! *** Happy Friday everyone! Spotlight on Outstanding Public Servants: If you know someone we should honor, drop me a line. Here are the week’s... more

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Your preliminary EIW Schedules are currently available for viewing! In order to access the OCI tab and view your preliminary EIW schedule you must complete the Summer Evaluation Form on CSM. Each... more