Dean Troy McKenzie ’00 highlights some ongoing priorities for the Law School, including recruiting world-class faculty and keeping a great legal education within financial reach of students.
The Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging goes to Broadway, NYU Law alumni find seats on the federal bench, and the NAACP honors Deborah Archer.
After 25 years in the NYU Law community, Troy McKenzie ’00 takes the helm as dean, bringing deep insight and affection for the Law School to his new role.
During Trevor Morrison’s deanship, the Law School maintained a strategic focus on innovating in education, building diversity, and ensuring student success.
By championing new perspectives, the online forum Just Security has changed the debate around national security and human rights.
How are ESG standards—environmental, social, and governance factors—impacting business, investing, and law practice? Ask these NYU Law faculty and alumni.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor, National Cyber Director Chris Inglis, and California Attorney General Rob Bonta were among the speakers who discussed law and current events at NYU Law this year.
Pamela Mittman, new assistant dean for career services, explains how the Office of Career Services supports alumni—and why NYU Law students inspire her.
Vicki Been ’83, New York City’s former deputy mayor for housing and economic development, discusses her time in government and how it will inform her future academic research.
NYU School of Law and NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service establish a new MS in Health Law and Strategy.
NYU Law’s Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging will have a new name that honors Roger Meltzer ’77, an NYU Law trustee and chairman emeritus of DLA Piper.
Liron Brish ’08, co-founder of the agricultural app Farm Dog, shares how lessons learned from past startups helped him build a successful business.
Keker, Van Nest & Peters name partner Elliot Peters ’85, who has handled major litigation cases representing clients including cyclist Lance Armstrong and the Major League Baseball Association, found his calling as a litigator at NYU Law.
Deborah Archer and her Civil Rights Clinic students mount a successful challenge to a program in which Tampa, Florida, police notified landlords of their tenants' arrests.
A 500-page liber amicorum with contributions from three dozen friends and colleagues celebrates the work of pioneering antitrust scholar Eleanor Fox ’61.
Anna McGrane ’10, co-founder and COO of PacerPro, co-founded the NYU Law & Tech group to help grow the networks that originally helped her.
Antitrust and complex commercial litigation expert Patrick A. Bradford ’89 describes his path from big-firm practice to the launch of a new, Black-owned firm.
Song Kim ’13 discusses how a shift from public interest law to medtech entrepreneurship allows her to advocate for vulnerable populations.
The NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project, co-led by Maggie Blackhawk, supports the sovereignty of Native nations and addresses the impact of American colonialism on Native peoples.
Three new members join a board of trustees whose;varied backgrounds highlight the broad range of professional experience in the NYU Law community.
Gelvina Rodriguez Stevenson ’99 talks about her work with the Hispanic Bar Association and the importance of building networks to bring innovation to market.
Dawn Botti ’94, executive vice president of legal and business affairs for AMC Studios, talks about the roles that curiosity and contracts have played in her entertainment law career.
A supporter of what is now the Peter L. Zimroth Center on the Administration of Criminal Law and the inaugural director of the Center on Civil Justice, Zimroth passed away on November 7, 2021.
In her nearly four decades at NYU Law, Irene Dorzback helped launch the legal careers of thousands of students.
Three inaugural Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network fellows discuss what the fellowship has meant to them as they start their careers.
Tanya Coke ’94, director of the Ford Foundation’s gender, racial, and ethnic justice team, talks about her work fighting racial injustice.
As a professor of arts management and as a multimedia artist, Laura Ricciardi ’08 examines the intersection of art and law.
NYU Law remembers community members who have passed away during the past academic year.
Vincent Southerland illuminates the problem of bias in the criminal legal system’s use of algorithmic tools.
Scott Hemphill spotlights an antitrust problem for highly innovative industries: anticompetitive acquisitions of nascent competitors.
Daniel Hemel’s broad-ranging scholarship draws on tax law, administrative law, and intellectual property law to explore the central issue of redistribution.
Amy Adler and Jeanne Fromer argue that memes, which raise questions about conventional notions of copyright law, have considerable legal and cultural significance.
Brittany Farr conducts innovative research on race and contract law in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Avani Mehta Sood uses original psychological research to challenge unexamined assumptions and biases in legal decision-making.
Existing intellectual property law can make it more challenging for developing countries to innovate, Rochelle Dreyfuss writes.
With a background in antitrust enforcement and policy, Daniel Francis JSD ’20 focuses on competition law and the constitutional underpinnings of regulation.
This year’s event marked the successful conclusion of NYU Law’s record-breaking $540 million Lead the Way capital campaign.
The Law Alumni of Color Association (LACA) Spring Dinner honored the achievements of alumni and the Law School’s students of color.
In the lead-up to NYU Law’s Convocation ceremony, student scholars celebrated with the donors that helped make their legal educations possible.
Tsion Gurmu ’15, legal director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and founder of the Queer Black immigrant project, received the Women of Color Collective’s Woman of Distinction Award.
Graduates from 10 classes ranging from 1972 to 2017 reconnected at class dinners, at the Tax Alumni Reception, and at brunch at the Rainbow Room.
Class of 2022 graduates celebrated with family members who are also graduates of the Law School.
NYU Law Women presented Bridget McCormack ’91, Chief Justice at the Michigan Supreme Court, with the group’s 2022 Alumna of the Year award.
An NYU Law conference in Edinburgh examined pressing current issues involving international security, democracy, and free speech.
OUTLaw honored Jennifer Pizer ’87, senior counsel and director of strategic initiatives at Lambda Legal, with the group’s Alumna of the Year award.
Cheered on by family, friends, and faculty, more than 900 members of the Class of 2022 received their diplomas at Madison Square Garden in May.