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
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
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.
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 Office of Global Programs, in conjunction with Academic Services, is pleased to announce that NYU Law’s Spanish for Lawyers course will be offered in both Fall 2014 and Spring 2015. The course is... more
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The NYU Law Jessup team is seeking coaches for this year’s competition. With a strong recent track record (besting Columbia to take first place in the 2013 Northeast Regionals competition and... more
Here is the latest weekly News Digest from PSJD! *** Happy Friday everyone! I hope everyone is staying cool out there. We have some good news in the public sector this week. Spotlight on... more
4:00 PM – 5:00PM Furman Hall, Room 216 A representative will speak on the benefits of working for the DOJ and will provide information on summer and post-graduate opportunities.