Faculty News

05/19/2020
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NYU Law celebrated its 2020 graduates with a virtual ceremony on Thursday, May 21, honoring the achievements of more…
05/18/2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic will make conducting the November 2020 election anything but easy, warned NYU Law election law…
05/14/2020
NYU Law postponed its annual Reunion Weekend in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that didn’t prevent members of…
05/07/2020
As COVID-19 buffets the United States, NYU Law faculty and students are taking action to help vulnerable populations.…
04/23/2020
Dahlia Lithwick
On February 5 the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network (BWLN) hosted a half-day conference to celebrate the centennial…
04/22/2020
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Tax law. Innovation. The US Supreme Court. Current events. These are among the topics explored in a range of podcasts…
04/03/2020
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In March, as the COVID-19 pandemic intensified in New York City and around the world, NYU Law responded quickly, moving…
03/27/2020
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The outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has led to unprecedented shifts in the legal landscape as the…
03/26/2020
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Diana DeGette '82 On February 13, Law Women presented Congresswoman Diana DeGette ’82 with their Alumna of…
03/20/2020
Jim Jacobs
James B. Jacobs, Chief Justice Warren E. Burger Professor of Constitutional Law and the Courts, and director of the…
03/20/2020
The New York State Court of Appeals has granted NYU Law’s request for a waiver of strict compliance with the state bar’…
03/16/2020
Mechanical Illustration
Katherine Strandburg analyzes arguments for and against greater transparency in the algorithmic decision-making that…
03/09/2020
Preet Bharara
The January 29 Latham & Watkins Forum turned an eye on President Trump’s impeachment in the middle of the Senate…
02/24/2020
With the US Department of Justice facing controversy for its handling of the sentencing of political consultant Roger…
02/19/2020
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The words “Jim Crow” often conjure images of 1960s-era water fountains below “Whites Only” signs or chaotic scenes at a…
02/19/2020
Ria Tobacco Mar
When Ria Tabacco Mar ’08 joined the American Civil Liberties Union’s LGBT & HIV Project as a staff attorney in 2014…
02/10/2020
Bryan Stevenson and Randy Hertz
“When they asked me about making a movie, I was pretty apprehensive, because the books I’ve read that have been turned…
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
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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…