News@NYU Law

02/24/2020
The War Powers Resolution of 1973 requires presidents to report to Congress within 48 hours of sending U.S. armed…
02/24/2020
Students of the Legislative and Regulatory Process Clinic
Imagine you are a member of Congress meeting with a constituent, who talks to you about the public policy reasons for…
02/24/2020
With the US Department of Justice facing controversy for its handling of the sentencing of political consultant Roger…
02/19/2020
Apartment complex
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…
02/07/2020
Jim Himes portrait
Cybercrime is outpacing cyber enforcement. In the United States, less than one percent of malicious cyber incidents…
01/29/2020
Tom Kirdahy
Last June Hadestown, produced by Tom Kirdahy ’88, took home eight Tony awards, including Best Musical, and this year…
01/24/2020
Raja Krishnamoorthi
On December 12, Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar in Residence Bob Bauer moderated a discussion with two…
01/22/2020
Letters A and I
On November 22, a daylong conference hosted by the Center on Civil Justice at NYU Law and The Future Society examined…
01/22/2020
Lisa Monaco speaking
At a Latham & Watkins Forum on November 13 co-hosted by NYU Law’s Reiss Center on Law and Security, Assistant…
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
gavel on top of world map
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…
01/15/2020
Theodor Meron
Judge Theodor Meron, Charles L. Denison Professor of Law Emeritus and judicial fellow, has been named an Honorary…
01/13/2020
bullet holes on target
When a shooter’s rampage at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, shocked the nation in December 2012, reaction…
01/13/2020
old glass bottles
In many ways, law schools are ever-changing. Classes enter and graduate, and faculty members eventually retire. But…
01/10/2020
Andre Bouchard
At the Institute for Corporate Governance & Finance’s Annual Distinguished Jurist Lecture on November 13,…
12/20/2019
Gerard Lynch portrait
Judge Gerard Lynch of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit aimed straight at a much-debated set of questions…
12/19/2019
Scott Hemphill
No cold calls, no grades, no exams, no classrooms. For 1Ls, reading groups offer a chance to engage with faculty…