News@NYU Law

11/19/2018
Sylvia Acevedo speaking
Election tampering, Facebook data harvesting, and other privacy breaches have stoked political and personal safety…
11/19/2018
Crumpled newspaper
Journalism Under Fire: Protecting the Future of Investigative Reporting, a new book by Stephen Gillers ’68, arrives at…
11/19/2018
Charles Rettig, Head of the IRS
On Oct 1, Charles Rettig LLM ’82 was sworn in as the 49th commissioner for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)—the first…
11/09/2018
Julie Fink portrait
Julie Fink '05 and Kenji YoshinoOn October 17, just about a year after the New York Times published its investigative…
11/08/2018
The US Capitol Building
Hakeem Jeffries '97The 2018 midterm elections saw high turnout from voters as the Democrats gained control of the US…
11/07/2018
Tarra Simmons speaking into a microphone at the PREP Scholarship Fund Launch event
Shon HopwoodFor a few lawyers, the path to law school starts with prison. At the October 19 launch of NYU Law’s PREP…
11/07/2018
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As the Trump Administration continues to reshape the United States’s foreign alliances and trade commitments amidst a…
11/02/2018
Illustration of arches with microphones on top
Five months after the US Supreme Court struck down a federal law that had largely restricted gambling on sports events…
10/31/2018
Scales of Justice outlined by computer language
In a recent speech at the European Parliament, Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook generated headlines for sounding an…
10/26/2018
Deirdre McCloskey speaking at the 2018 Hayek Lecture
Deirdre McCloskeyDeirdre McCloskey, distinguished professor of economics, history, English, and communication at the…
10/25/2018
Lindsay Kendrick
Lindsay KendrickLindsay Kendrick will join NYU Law as assistant dean for diversity and inclusion, Dean Trevor Morrison…
10/24/2018
Jeff Furman portrait
If you visit the Minetta Tavern on MacDougal Street, among the vintage photographs and caricatures decorating the walls…
10/23/2018
Headshot of Edward Rock
On September 27, the Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance hosted a three-panel conference that explored the…
10/23/2018
“We look to the media to dig deeper, to open our eyes and our ears, and to go places where we can’t easily go,” said…
10/17/2018
Erin Murphy speaking at panel discussion
On crime procedural shows, detectives solve crimes using analysis of hair, fiber, bite marks, and bullet ballistics. In…
10/16/2018
Kim Taylor-Thompson speaking at event
In an October 3 discussion, amid national debate over Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault claims against then-US…
10/16/2018
Edward Troup speaking
Delivering the 23rd annual David R. Tillinghast Lecture on International Taxation, Edward Troup, former executive chair…
10/05/2018
Josep Borrell Fontelles speaking
At the 14th annual Emile Noël Lecture, Josep Borrell Fontelles, former president of the European Parliament and current…
10/05/2018
Chai Feldblum, Commissioner of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
As the #MeToo movement approaches its one-year anniversary, sexual misconduct allegations against powerful figures in…
10/04/2018
Troy McKenzie
On September 26, amid controversy over the US Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Gibson, Dunn &…