News@NYU Law

01/31/2019
Steven Dean
Steven Dean, NYU Law’s most recently hired professor of tax law and the new faculty director of the Graduate Tax…
01/31/2019
The rule of law in the United States is more powerful than President Donald Trump, Yale Law School Sterling Professor…
01/25/2019
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How is Big Data changing the law? When NYU Law hosted three conferences on law and technology in a single month this…
01/23/2019
Radha Natarajan
Before she had even graduated from college, Radha Natarajan ’03 helped prepare an oral argument for the US Supreme…
01/17/2019
Scott Hemphill
On December 6, antitrust and securities regulators, law professors, practicing lawyers, economists, and investment…
01/17/2019
Jason Spindler
Jason Spindler ’09, co-founder and CEO of strategy and investment firm I-DEV International, died on Tuesday, January 15…
01/15/2019
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University Professor Carol Gilligan and Edwin D. Webb Professor of Law David Richards have co-taught an NYU Law seminar…
01/15/2019
Garrett Heller
As the stress and anxiety of first-year law school exams approached, Garrett Heller ’21 wanted to cultivate an…
01/08/2019
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More than half of US presidents have been lawyers, as well as more than half of current US senators and more than a…
12/21/2018
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State attorneys general must stand up to policies and actions from the Trump administration that they view as illegal—…
12/21/2018
Ira Rubinstein
Ira RubinsteinThe Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) has named Ira Rubinstein, a senior fellow at the Law School’s…
12/21/2018
NYU Law students earned a range of recognitions in Fall 2018. Among their achievements were prize-winning papers,…
12/20/2018
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It is not unusual for graduates of NYU Law to work in one or more clerkships—in fact, each year, more than 130 Law…
12/20/2018
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Property rights, carbon capture and storage, and the resurgence of patriarchal ideals are just three of  the topics NYU…
12/19/2018
Julian Castro portrait
Julian CastroJulián Castro, who served as secretary of housing and urban development in the Obama administration and is…
12/19/2018
Noah Waisberg '06
Nine years ago, Noah Waisberg ’06 was an associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, working primarily on mergers and…
12/19/2018
The Skadden Fellowship Foundation has named Hugh Baran ’17, Jason Pedraza ’19, Molly Rugg ’19, Gabriela Siegel ’19, and…
12/18/2018
Jonathan Haidt
US democracy is a finely calibrated and fragile instrument, warned Jonathan Haidt, Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical…