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Student-Faculty Committees: The SBA has the responsibility to make appointments to the Student-Faculty Committees.  The student-faculty committee appointees work closely with members of the faculty to provide a student voice in faculty decisions and advocate for students on crucial matters before the Law School’s faculty. More information on applying is available on the Student-Faculty Committee page.

 

Coase's List: Coase's List is the NYU Law student community's all-purpose listserv.  Coase's List is a resource for current law students and alumni to exchange and sell property and services with each other, to publicize law school related and noncommercial events, and to seek advice and opinions on matters incident to life at the law school.  Any subscriber to Coase's List is free to send an email to the list, and messages can be recieved as they are sent, or in a daily digest version.

To subscribe to Coase's List, log in to NYU Home.  Under the Forums section, click on the hyperlink that says "Subscribe to an NYU forum."  Coase's List is listed under the "topic list" section near the bottom of the page.  Subscribe using your nyu.edu email address, as non-NYU addresses will be unsubscribed by the moderator.

 

Weekly SBA Meetings: All SBA regular meetings are open to all members of the NYU Law community.  Meetings will generally take place at 11:00AM in FH, and times and locations will be posed on the NYU Calendar.  If you have other questions or concerns, email law.sba@nyu.edu. 

 

Monthly Deans Meetings: Once a month the SBA meets with Dean Morrison and various other Associate Deans from around the law school.  This monthly forum allows the Executive Board to bring pressing issues to the direct attention of the Administration, and also the Administration to ask for student input.

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