News@NYU Law

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 their…
12/02/2019
Anthony Welters
On November 6, a Latham & Watkins Forum examined the question, “For Whom is the Corporation Managed?” Opening the…
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…
11/26/2019
Vanita Gupta
A recent report by NYU Law’s Brennan Center for Justice, State Supreme Court Diversity, found an extreme lack of racial…
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
Bingna Guo
Since 2012, the Chinese government has implemented a far-reaching anti-corruption campaign. For companies operating in…
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…
11/15/2019
Eleuthera Sa
On November 12, at the 2019 Scholarship Reception, student scholarship recipients mingled with the donors who help make…
11/12/2019
Lisa Monaco portrait
Before being elected to Congress, US Representatives Will Hurd (TX-23), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), and Andy Kim (NJ-03)…
11/11/2019
Rita Hauser
The future of international law and the United Nations was under discussion in the opening two panels of the Hauser…
11/07/2019
Following the withdrawal of US forces from parts of Syria, the strategic map of the country has been transformed. On…
11/04/2019
1L Procedure students
Three decades ago, Norman Dorsen Professor of Civil Liberties Burt Neuborne inaugurated a terrifying tradition. Every…
10/28/2019
Elizabeth Yeampierre speaking
The groups most exposed to the risks of climate change must have a leading role in the effort to contain—and survive—…
10/24/2019
Sonia Lin portrait
Sonia Lin ’08 began working in the field of immigrants’ rights shortly after the 9/11 attacks of 2001 as a paralegal…
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 …
10/17/2019
Josh Shapiro
On September 23, Pennsylvania’s attorney general, Josh Shapiro, delivered the 23rd annual Attorney General Robert…