NYU Law’s Dean Trevor Morrison discusses the important work our community is doing to support racial justice both at the Law School and in society more broadly.
Clinics mark influential wins, Barry Friedman is tapped for an inquiry on police tactics, and alumni share stories of love at the Law School.
Populism, pandemic—and internal failings—threaten to unravel a form of government recently seen as ascendant around the globe.
As the pandemic hit, the Law School took strong measures to protect students, faculty, and staff. The next steps will be just as important.
Bryan Stevenson and Kenneth Feinberg ’70 get the Hollywood treatment with biopics Just Mercy and Worth.
Taking paths they didn't expect, these five NYU Law graduates reinvented themselves and their careers.
NYU Law hosts incisive discussions on diversity, corporate responsibility, cybersecurity, public service, and climate change, among other subjects.
In the shift away from carbon-based fuels toward green, more sustainable energy sources, NYU Law alumni are power players.
Members of the Graduate Tax Program community commemorated the program’s 75th anniversary.
In Lily Batchelder's inaugural lecture as Robert C. Kopple Family Professor of Taxation, she explored ways to raise more tax revenue from the wealthy.
In a Q&A, Sonia Lin ’08, deputy commissioner and general counsel of the New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, discusses making a difference for immigrants’ rights through local government.
Tom Kirdahy ’88 reflects on how producing The Inheritance brings his career full circle.
Ara Tucker ’04, senior vice president and head of talent and culture at Audible, shares how she uses storytelling to bring diverse voices to the table.
The NYU Law Venture Fund announced its first equity investment, and two past recipients of Venture Fund summer grants took top honors in the social venture category of NYU’s $300K Entrepreneurs Challenge.
Travis “TJ” Tu ’03 played a pivotal role in achieving a major Supreme Court victory in a closely watched abortion case.
In a Q&A, Todd Arky ’98 describes his current role as executive vice president for business development at Sharebite, a mission-driven food ordering platform, and how it dovetails with his broader philanthropic interests.
Bingna Guo LLM ’02, a partner at White & Case, has built a career in international corporate compliance.
Senior US Senator Lamar Alexander ’65 of Tennessee celebrated his 55th reunion year by reflecting on his career and the value of a legal education in a conversation with NYU Law Magazine.
In many ways, law schools are ever-changing. But tangible pieces of the past remain, and sometimes can help bring history to life.
Heat Biologics founder and CEO Jeffrey Wolf ’88 explains his company's work on a COVID-19 vaccine and highlights what excites him about starting biotech companies.
Robert Nelson '87 has obtained hundreds of millions of dollars for plaintiffs in class actions against tobacco companies and oil companies, among others.
Jacobs, the Chief Justice Warren E. Burger Professor of Constitutional Law and the Courts, was the director of the Center for Research in Crime and Justice and a prolific author on criminal justice issues.
The Women of Color Collective honored Dean of Students and Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Lindsay Kendrick.
Tishman Auditorium in Vanderbilt Hall reopened after a major renovation made possible by a gift from alumni Rita Hauser and Gustave Hauser LLM ’57.
Grasford Smith ’05, a partner at Akerman, has emerged as a leader in Florida’s legal community.
Reading groups allow 1Ls to engage with faculty members in an informal setting and to connect with classmates who have the same interests.
Remembering members of the NYU Law community who have passed away during the last academic year.
A new book edited by Anthony Thompson looks at law firms’ lack of progress in recruiting and retaining people of color.
Deborah Archer’s research reveals how today’s crime-free housing ordinances uphold the legacy of segregation.
Danielle Spiegel-Feld '10 and Katrina Wyman consider the growing role major cities play in protecting the environment.
Kevin Davis examines whether the US model for fighting transnational bribery is appropriate for the rest of the world.
Katherine Strandburg analyzes arguments for and against greater transparency in algorithmic decision-making.
Nobel Laureate Paul Romer believes cities can drive long-term economic growth.
Student scholarship recipients mingled with the donors who help make their NYU Law experience possible.
In a streamed ceremony, NYU honored the Class of 2020.
Alumni from around the world gathered at regional events to reminisce and network with classmates, faculty, and other members of their local NYU Law communities.
Graduates from the Class of 2020 celebrated with family members who are also graduates of the Law School.
NYU Law recognizes graduates for their professional achievement, legal teaching, public service, and commitment to the Law School.
The 2020 Judge Edward Weinfeld Award recipient was Judge Jonathan Lippman ’68, former chief judge of New York as well as of the New York Court of Appeals.