News@NYU Law

01/22/2020
Letters A and I
On November 22, a daylong conference hosted by the Center on Civil Justice at NYU Law and The Future Society examined…
01/22/2020
Lisa Monaco speaking
At a Latham & Watkins Forum on November 13 co-hosted by NYU Law’s Reiss Center on Law and Security, Assistant…
01/17/2020
Professor Robert Jackson
Professor Robert Jackson Jr., who has been on public service leave at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)…
01/17/2020
gavel on top of world map
To take a stance against bribing foreign public officials is not an especially controversial move. “Everybody I meet…
01/16/2020
Andrew Weissman
In the wake of the Department of Justice Inspector General’s recent report criticizing the Foreign Intelligence…
01/15/2020
Theodor Meron
Judge Theodor Meron, Charles L. Denison Professor of Law Emeritus and judicial fellow, has been named an Honorary…
01/13/2020
bullet holes on target
When a shooter’s rampage at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, shocked the nation in December 2012, reaction…
01/13/2020
old glass bottles
In many ways, law schools are ever-changing. Classes enter and graduate, and faculty members eventually retire. But…
01/10/2020
Andre Bouchard
At the Institute for Corporate Governance & Finance’s Annual Distinguished Jurist Lecture on November 13,…
12/20/2019
Gerard Lynch portrait
Judge Gerard Lynch of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit aimed straight at a much-debated set of questions…
12/19/2019
Scott Hemphill
No cold calls, no grades, no exams, no classrooms. For 1Ls, reading groups offer a chance to engage with faculty…
12/19/2019
The Skadden Fellowship Foundation has selected Juan Bedoya ’20, Jordan Berger ’20, Maia Cole ’20, and Allison Zimmer ’…
12/19/2019
Stack of faculty books
Mass incarceration. Transnational bribery. International arbitration. Vulnerable democracies. These are just a few of…
12/18/2019
Kenneth W Mack speaking at podium
On November 6, Kenneth Mack, Lawrence D. Biele Professor of Law and Affiliate Professor of History at Harvard…
12/18/2019
Reilly Hilbert
When you’re just starting out in an industry, it can be challenging to anticipate the kind of on-the-job scenarios you…
12/16/2019
Raymond Kethledge speaking
Judge Raymond Kethledge of the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit delivered the 15th annual Friedrich A. von…
12/13/2019
Todd Arky
When Todd Arky ’98 joined SeamlessWeb as executive vice president for sales and business development in 2000, he had no…
12/09/2019
Maribel Hernandez Rivera
Maribel Hernández Rivera ’10, district director for US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, delivered the 2019…
12/03/2019
Richard Buery
This year, Stuyvesant High School, one of New York City’s premier public schools, admitted just seven black and 33…
12/02/2019
Washington Square Park with DC monument and Capitol building in background
Washington, DC, vies with California as the most popular locale, after New York, for new NYU Law grads to begin…