Faculty News

11/27/2019
Computer keyboard keys with fingerprint
As United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Philip Alston doesn’t mince words. “There is…
11/22/2019
Surveillance camera and policemen
Current policing technology provides time-stamped video and audio of police encounters, identifies gunshot locations…
11/19/2019
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In his new book, Burt Neuborne offers concerned US citizens guidance on how to help bolster American democracy. Burt…
11/18/2019
Bosco Verticale
In 2018, New York became the first US city to require buildings to publicly display letter grades indicating their…
11/04/2019
1L Procedure students
Three decades ago, Norman Dorsen Professor of Civil Liberties Burt Neuborne inaugurated a terrifying tradition. Every…
10/21/2019
Ashley Binetti Armstrong and a student
1L students get their first taste of NYU Law’s Lawyering Program during Orientation, and they continue in the…
10/18/2019
Headshot of Edward Rock
The title of Fellow of the European Corporate Governance Institute recognizes individuals who have…
10/18/2019
Common Cause recognizes the efforts of four lawyers and experts who have played key roles in …
10/16/2019
Judge William T. Allen, Nusbaum Professor of Law and Business and founding director of the Pollack Center for Law…
10/16/2019
Franco Ferrari
On September 9th, the Federal Republic of Germany appointed Professor Franco Ferrari to the panel of arbitrators of the…
10/15/2019
Diane Wood
NYU Law’s September 26 Conference on the Opioid Epidemic offered sobering statistics on opioid use. More than 900…
10/14/2019
Willem de Kooning The Key and the Parade, 1985 Oil on canvas 70 x 80 inches Collection The Willem de Kooning Foundation Artwork ©2019 The Willem de Kooning Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
The Willem de Kooning Foundation loans NYU Law a painting by one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century.…
10/14/2019
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A Latham & Watkins Forum on September 25 previewed the upcoming US Supreme Court term with a panel that included…
10/14/2019
Abstract illustration depicting racial diversity
Anthony Thompson“Diversity and inclusion have become buzzwords that organizations like to advance but too often have…
10/08/2019
Appiah in discussion
In an age of identity politics, Professor of Philosophy and Law K. Anthony Appiah questions the truth of the labels and…
10/03/2019
Chris Hughes speaking on a panel at the Latham & Watkins Forum bout Reigning in Big Tech
In May, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes sparked a flurry of discussion with a New York Times op-ed calling for the…
09/10/2019
Lily Batchelder
On September 4 Lily Batchelder discussed ways to raise more tax revenue from the wealthy in her inaugural lecture for…
09/10/2019
The American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL) has elected Richard Revesz, Lawrence King Professor of Law and…
09/05/2019
Copyright Law textbook artwork
Jeanne FromerThe primary rationale for intellectual property protection is that it’s needed to incentivize people to…
09/04/2019
Trevor Morrison
The beginning of a new academic year at NYU Law is always exciting, and brings an opportunity for renewed focus on the…