Engagement and innovation are hallmarks of the NYU Law community, Dean Troy McKenzie ’00 notes as he previews the 2023 NYU Law magazine.
The Immigrant Rights Clinic secures a win for an advocate, the pope honors Joseph Weiler, and Dean Emeritus Richard Revesz heads to Washington, DC.
Amid the uncertainties of the post-Dobbs era, members of the NYU Law community are mobilizing to protect reproductive health care rights
Ten Law School alumni who have made their careers in law firms and corporate law departments tell us why they always make time for pro bono.
For almost two decades, Priti Krishtel ’02 has been challenging the patent system to better meet patients' needs.
Do intellectual property law protect creativity—or stifle it? NYU Law faculty members are delving into complex questions raised by new technology and art.
Speakers such as Bryan Stevenson, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco, and Judge Roy McLeese III ’85 addressed vital issues in law and current events.
Evan Chesler ’75, incoming chair of the NYU Board of Trustees, talks about leadership, free speech on campus, and why lawyers are crucial for democracy.
Back in the classroom, David Kamin ’09 and Erin Murphy discuss their recent stints in the White House.
How the Visiting Assistant Professor of Tax Law program has launched multiple generations of tax law leaders.
Five new members join NYU Law's Board of Trustees.
Patent litigator Jennifer Wu ’04 discusses her new firm and her pro bono work for victims of anti-Asian violence.
Marissa Alter-Nelson ’07 describes her path to her new role as litigation partner at Latham & Watkins.
Emily Loeb ’09 draws on her DOJ experience to lead Jenner & Block’s congressional investigations practice.
Remembering NYU Law community members who passed away during the last academic year.
Now associate dean for experiential education and clinical programs, Deborah Archer oversees NYU Law’s renowned clinical offerings.
The first in-person Jerome Manning ’52 Tax Salon featured United States Tax Court Judge Juan Vasquez LLM ’78.
A multiyear effort by the Family Defense Clinic made it easier for out-of-state parents to gain custody of children placed in foster care in New York.
Former hedge fund manager Jay Newman LLM ’81 reinvents himself as a novelist.
Adrienne Austin ’05 discusses her path to becoming the director of diversity and inclusion at Jersey City Medical Center.
Davis was vice chair of NYU Law’s Board of Trustees and director and president of The Starr Foundation.
Justin Lee ’23 and Yeabsira Asrat ’24 talk about their opportunities to lead in NYU Law student organizations.
Kenji Yoshino joined the Oversight Board for Facebook and Instagram.
Los Angeles Times Deputy Metro Editor Cindy Chang ’02 explains how a law degree has helped her journalism career.
Sateesh Nori ’01 explains what he learned advocating for NYC tenants.
Tax expert Peter Furci ’95, LLM ’99 takes the helm at Debevoise & Plimpton.
A retired tax partner at Arnold & Porter, Berger was a Law School life trustee and a recipient of the Judge Edward Weinfeld Award.
Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business Scholars describe how the program has helped them shape their career goals.
A new grant will support the Jailhouse Lawyer Initiative in developing a digital archive to build recognition for jailhouse lawyers.
Career public defender Derwyn Bunton ’98 takes new role as chief legal officer of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Paul Hastings chair emeritus Seth Zachary LLM ’80 reflects on lessons learned during 21 years as head of his firm.
Michael Fitzpatrick MS CRS ’19, NYC’s chief privacy officer, explains how NYU Law prepared him to tackle pressing issues in cybersecurity.
Peschel, a tax expert and professor of law emeritus, played a key role in the Law School's governance.
Kenji Yoshino and David Glasgow’s Say the Right Thing is a no-nonsense guide to having constructive diversity and inclusion conversations.
Noah Rosenblum considers forgotten efforts to check US presidential power.
Rachel Barkow weighs whether arguments for prison abolition will bring needed change to the system—or backfire.
An article by Gráinne de Búrca argues that the EU should confront illiberal governments in Hungary and Poland.
Jennifer Arlen ’86 and Lewis Kornhauser argue for using psychological insights to deter corporate crime.
Daniel Harawa, a former public defender and civil rights litigator, focuses his research on how to remedy racial bias in the justice system.
A huge dataset gives Ryan Bubb and Emiliano Catan LLM ’10 new insight into how mutual funds vote their shares.
Alexis Karteron, who honed her advocacy skills at two of the nation’s top legal nonprofits, works for greater justice in the criminal legal system.
At the annual Scholarship Reception, NYU Law student scholars met with the donors who support their studies.
Julie Fink ’05, OUTLaw’s Alumna of the Year, shared how NYU Law equipped her to take risks.
Amid Convocation festivities, students celebrated with the donors who helped make their education possible.
Hundreds of alumni, faculty, students, prospective students, and others gathered to mark the 45th anniversary of the Law Alumni of Color Association.
Stephanie Toti ’03 was honored as Law Women’s Alumna of the Year.
New graduates celebrated with family members who are also NYU Law alumni.
A rich array of social and academic events allowed alumni to spend time with old friends and renew ties to the Law School.
Crystal Crawford ’91, named 2023 Womxn of Distinction by the Women of Color Collective, discussed how authenticity is crucial for wellbeing.