News@NYU Law

03/20/2019
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Constitution Pipeline, Mountain Valley Pipeline, Sabal Trail pipeline—Robert Seber, a partner at Vinson & Elkins…
03/20/2019
When Republican or Democratic state legislatures draw election districts, can they deliberately do so in a way that…
03/19/2019
Anthony Enriquez
On February 27, the Law Alumni Association (LAA) and the Public Interest Law Center (PILC) co-hosted the Public Service…
03/18/2019
Phil Weiser
As a politically active college student at Swarthmore in the early 1990s, Phil Weiser ’94 decided to go to law school…
03/18/2019
Charles Kingson
Charles Kingson, who taught in NYU Law’s Graduate Tax Program from 1979 to 2014 as an adjunct professor, passed away on…
03/15/2019
Alexis Hoag
Alexis Hoag ’08, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) senior counsel, received the 2019 Woman of Distinction…
03/15/2019
Marian Wright Edelman
On February 26, the New York University Annual Survey of American Law held a ceremony dedicating its 76th volume to…
03/06/2019
Layers of Concertina are added to existing barrier infrastructure along the U.S. - Mexico border near Nogales, AZ, February 4, 2019. Photo: Robert Bushell
The topic of the January 30 Latham & Watkins Forum, “Immigration Law and Policy: The Landscape After the 2018…
03/06/2019
Hakeem Jeffries
On May 23, Congressman Hakeem Jeffries ’97 will address graduating JD students at NYU Law’s Convocation at Madison…
03/05/2019
Students at Korean dinner
Hayden residence hall is quiet as students shuffle to and from classes with assignments in their bags and legal…
02/26/2019
Nancy Stearns '67
In his introductory remarks at the Law Women Annual Alumnae Reception on February 13, Dean Trevor Morrison noted that…
02/25/2019
Philip Alston
Philip AlstonOn an ordinary Thursday in January, Philip Alston, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law, arrived at…
02/21/2019
Rachel Barkow
In writing Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration, Rachel Barkow, Segal Family Professor of…
02/20/2019
Ta-Nehisi Coates
On January 31, even in the polar vortex chill, Tishman Hall auditorium was packed with audience members who came to…
02/20/2019
On January 24, leading experts on race, public interest, and family law issued a harsh critique of the current child…
02/20/2019
Steven Feldman '87
After graduating with an undergraduate degree in business from the Wharton School, Steven Feldman ’87 saw many of his…
02/20/2019
Kim Taylor-Thompson
NYU Black Allied Law Students Association celebrated its 51st anniversary with a gala dinner on February 1 that honored…
02/14/2019
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Ten years ago, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act was signed into law, guaranteeing the rights of workers to challenge…
02/14/2019
United Nations Diplomacy Clinic students and faculty: (left to right) Breanna Small '19, Charlotte Westbrook LLM '19,…