News@NYU Law

12/18/2018
Angela Onwuachi-Willig
Angela Onwuachi-Willig“[Derrick Bell], through his work, convinced me to remain in law school,” said Angela Onwuachi-…
12/18/2018
Steven ShapiroWhat is progressive lawyering supposed to look like? That was the question posed by Steven Shapiro,…
12/17/2018
Anne Milgrim speaking at the Brennan Center Politics and Prosecutors event
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has been the source of…
12/14/2018
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As a 1L at NYU Law, Andrea Nieves ’10 was one of the students who successfully petitioned to launch the annual Latinxs…
12/13/2018
LRAP Plus
Dean Trevor Morrison announced significant enhancements to NYU School of Law’s Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP…
12/12/2018
Judge Ellen Rosenblum
Delivering this year’s Attorney General Robert Abrams Public Service Lecture, Ellen Rosenblum, the first woman to serve…
12/04/2018
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When a major brief needs to be filed in a lawsuit, law firm partners commonly assemble a team of associates to get the…
12/03/2018
Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship
Global law firm White & Case LLP  has expanded its partnership with NYU Law by supporting the school’s Grunin…
11/30/2018
Institute for Policy Integrity logo illustration with green mountains and trees
The tumultuous state of US environmental regulation during the Trump administration was implicit in the title of the…
11/30/2018
Fifty years after the Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) Statute opened a new era in how US courts handle complex, multi-…
11/27/2018
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Ava Lubell ’13 has been a Slate reader since long before she went to law school. As a college student with a strong…
11/27/2018
Kyungchun Kim portrait
At only 38 years old, Kyungchun Kim LLM ’14, a partner at Lee & Ko in Seoul, Korea, is already an experienced hand…
11/26/2018
Judge Bernice B. Donald speaking at the 2018 James Madison Lecture at NYU Law
Bernice DonaldOver the last century, some legal commentators have criticized judicial dissent as a sign of disunity…
11/21/2018
Law enforcement departments across the country have adopted body cameras for officers in recent years, responding to…
11/21/2018
Phylis Skloot Bamberger
Phylis Skloot Bamberger ’63Phylis Skloot Bamberger ’63, a former New York State Supreme Court Justice, passed away on…
11/19/2018
Sylvia Acevedo speaking
Election tampering, Facebook data harvesting, and other privacy breaches have stoked political and personal safety…
11/19/2018
Crumpled newspaper
Journalism Under Fire: Protecting the Future of Investigative Reporting, a new book by Stephen Gillers ’68, arrives at…
11/19/2018
Charles Rettig, Head of the IRS
On Oct 1, Charles Rettig LLM ’82 was sworn in as the 49th commissioner for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)—the first…
11/09/2018
Julie Fink portrait
Julie Fink '05 and Kenji YoshinoOn October 17, just about a year after the New York Times published its investigative…