In the Atlantic, Amanda Levendowski ’14 argues that copyright law could be the most effective weapon against revenge porn on the Internet. Read more
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
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 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 sat down with Gerard Cicero, a 2L, this week to ask him a few questions about NYU Law from the perspective of a student.
Q: What did you study in college, and when did you decide you wanted to go to law school?
In college I studied economics and government, which is basically poly-sci. Economics was focused on the macroeconomic level, and government mostly centered around the American government and political institutions.
About law school, I decided I wanted to come after an internship with a state judge in New Jersey after my sophomore year in college–it was just a... More
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