Spring 2020 Important Announcements

Bill of Rights Classes for Transfer Students
Students who transferred with three (3) or fewer credits of Constitutional Law must complete a Bill of Rights class in order to satisfy the NYU School of Law Constitutional Law Requirement. Below find the list of  Bill of Rights classes. (Please review the course descriptions for any restrictions on the same and COURSES to determine whether the class is open.)

IMPORTANT: Classes which satisfy a graduation requirement must be taken for a grade. Therefore, Bill of Rights classes cannot be taken on a credit/fail basis if you are taking it to satisfy the Constitutional Law requirement.

Fall 2019
LAW-LW.10122.001 – Art Law – Prof. Amy Adler
LAW-LW.11323.001 – Child, Parent, and State – Prof. Martin Guggenheim
LAW-LW.10436.001 – Criminal Procedure Survey – S. Andrew Schaffer
LAW-LW.10395.001 – Criminal Procedure: Fourth and Fifth Amendments – Prof. Stephen Schulhofer
LAW-LW.10104.001 – Criminal Procedure: The Adjudicatory Part - from First Appearance to Post Conviction – Prof. James Jacobs
LAW-LW.12188.001 – Critical Narratives of Civil Rights – Profs. Aderson Francois and Peggy Cooper Davis
LAW-LW.11610.001 – Immigration Law and the Rights of Non-Citizens – Prof. Adam Cox
LAW-LW.10529.001 – Sexuality, Gender and the Law Seminar – Prof. Michael Kavey
LAW-LW.10170.001 – The Law of Democracy – Prof. Richard Pildes

Spring 2020
LAW-LW.10020.001 – Contemporary Issues in Immigration Law and Policy Seminar – Profs. Judy Rabinovitz and Omar Jadwat
LAW-LW.10668.001 – Free Speech – Prof. Amy Adler*
LAW-LW.12402.001 – Free Speech, Ethical Transformation, and Social Change: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Seminar – Prof. David A. J. Richards
LAW-LW.12271.001 – Sex Discrimination Law – Prof. Elizabeth Schneider
LAW-LW.10436.001 - Criminal Procedure Survey - Prof. Andrew Weissmann

    *  2Ls who entered as transfer students must contact the Office of Academic Services for a prerequisite waiver to take this class.