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Amanda Levendowski ’14 finds an innovative use for copyright law

In the Atlantic, Amanda Levendowski ’14 argues that copyright law could be the most effective weapon against revenge porn on the Internet. Read more

Student’s paper on coastal land and changing climate takes top honors

Nicholas Williams ’13 won first prize in the annual Smith-Babcock-Williams Student Writing Competition. He argued that, as sea levels rise, policymakers should consider how coastal cities can encourage strategic retreat from low-lying shores. 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

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

I’ve often thought it strange that education seems to focus solely on intellectual skills. It has baffled me that we expect people to be able to communicate effectively, handle stress, or negotiate conflict without ever being taught how. That is the focus of NYU Law’s Emotional Intelligence (EQ) workshop: to help students become aware of a non-academic set of skills necessary for effective leadership in any career. NYU Law developed the EQ workshop based on feedback from employers asking for students who have the interpersonal skills necessary to better understand, empathize, and... More


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Exams are coming up and it’s time to prepare your laptop for the exam period.  There is just over a week left until the compliance deadline.  All in-class exams require the latest version of Exam4.... more

Dear 3Ls & Full-time LLMs,   Today is April 23th and you have 7 days to apply for the July 2014 New York State Bar Exam  If you are interested in taking the July 2014 New York State Bar Exam... more

Please join us for this week’s International Tax Program Luncheon Lecture, to be delivered Robert van der Jagt, a tax partner in the Amsterdam office of KPMG Meijburg.  He will be assisted by Marieke... more

Please note that the deadline to submit a request was March 31, 2014. Students who timely submitted a request will be able to view the results of their request beginning at 12:00 noon on Wednesday,... more

On Wednesday, April 30th, the Office of Records & Registration is sponsoring a meeting to provide you with some insight into the process of being admitted to the practice of law in New York State... more

Dear students, I am writing to you about a matter that is extremely important to the Law School’s efforts to provide the best possible teaching. Recently there was a posting in the Docket from the... more

  Here is the latest weekly News Digest from PSJD. *** Happy Friday! We are back! I hope you learned as much as we did at the Conference. Now it’s time to put that knowledge and energy to... more

For career planning questions that can be answered in 10 minutes or less, the Public Interest Law Center (PILC) offers drop-in counseling during the following days and times this week: Monday, from... more

3:30 PM – 6:00PM Furman Hall, Room 430 All students are invited to celebrate the end of the year and bid farewell to our departing public interest law students.

The Early Interview Week 2014 module opens April 21 at 12 pm to rising 2Ls and 3Ls (i.e., current 1Ls and 2Ls) on CSM.  You will be able to access the OCI tab to view/bid on the EIW employers if your... more

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