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Posts of interest to 1L students.

Posts of interest to 1L students.

Apr. 19: Appellate and Constitutional Litigation at Public Interest Law Firms: Lunch with Rachel Bloomekatz of Gupta Wessler

Join PILC for a brown bag lunch with Rachel Bloomekatz, a principal of Gupta Wessler PLLC, a national appellate, constitutional, and complex litigation boutique. Gupta Wessler briefs and argues high-stakes cases in the U.S. Supreme Court and courts across the […]

The ISF-MUBANY Scholarship is now available!

MuBANY awards scholarships ranging between $3,000-$5000 to JD students attending law schools in New York who are active members of the New York Muslim community. Applicants must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and be a citizen or permanent resident of […]

Apr. 12: Information Session with Public Knowledge

Interested in issues like net neutrality and artificial intelligence?  Come learn how early-career lawyers at Public Knowledge are working on issues such as these in D.C. policy spaces like Capitol Hill and the FCC.  Public Knowledge works to shape policy […]

Apr. 12: The Science of Implicit Bias

The Science of Implicit Bias Thursday, April 12, 2018  |  4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall 40 Washington Square South ——– Due to strong interest, this event is now at capacity, and registration has closed. If you […]

Apr. 24 – “The clash of Titans: The European Court of Justice and National Constitutional Courts”

On behalf of the Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice, you are cordially invited to attend the Thirteenth Annual Emile Noël Lecture on the State of the (European) Union on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:00 p.m. […]

APRIL 16 DEADLINE: Fellowships with the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law

The Center is seeking applications for student fellowship positions for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Applications are sought from current 1Ls and 2Ls, with high priority given to current 1Ls. The Center’s mission is to promote good government practices in criminal […]

Bluebook Bootcamp: A Preview of the Writing Competition

Planning on entering the Writing Competition? Want to avoid common mistakes during the Bluebook exercise? Come to the Bluebook Bootcamp—a one-hour training to brush up on your Bluebook skills. Law Review editors will also be in attendance to speak about the journal, the writing competition, […]

Apr. 13: Protecting Children in Conflict: Preliminary Findings of an International Inquiry

Friday, April 13, 2018 2:00-4:00 p.m. Lester Pollack Colloquium Room Furman Hall, 9th Floor A light reception will follow the presentation. RSVP here   Gordon Brown Chair, Inquiry on Protecting Children in Conflict Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom […]

Apr. 5: Accountability for US Torture: From Haspel to the The Hague

Thursday, April 5 1:00-3:00 p.m. Furman Hall Room 328   RSVP here   Jamil Dakwar Director, ACLU Human Rights Program Katherine Gallagher Senior Staff Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights Nikki Reisch Legal Director, CHRGJ, NYU School of Law   Torture […]

The ISF-MUBANY Scholarship is now available!

MuBANY awards scholarships ranging between $3,000-$5000 to JD students attending law schools in New York who are active members of the New York Muslim community. Applicants must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and be a citizen or permanent resident of […]

Apr. 5: Accountability for US Torture: From Haspel to The Hague

Thursday, April 5 1:00pm – 3:00pm     Furman Hall 328   RSVP   Jamil Dakwar Director, ACLU Human Rights Program   Katherine Gallagher Senior Staff Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights   Nikki Reisch Legal Director, CHRGJ, NYU School of Law   […]

Additional Summer Funding for 1Ls: Catalyst Public Service Fellowship Program (App Reopened and Due April 6)

Eligible 1Ls with public interest summer internships in New York may apply to the Catalyst Public Service Fellowship Program, a program of the New York Bar Foundation.  Fellows will receive an additional $500 in summer funding (on top of the $4500 PILC […]

Apr. 3: Finding Your Fellowship Panel

Are you interested in a public interest career? Have you been considering fellowships? Not sure if there’s a fellowship right for you?   Please join APALSA and PILC for our inaugural “Finding Your Fellowship” Panel Event. This event is dedicated […]

Spring 2018 Final Exam Guide

The Spring 2018 Final Exam Guide has been posted at Exam Information. This guide contains important information regarding your Law School exams, including the Exam4 software for in-class exams. Please read this guide thoroughly and keep the file for future […]

Challenges Facing the International Court of Justice, A Conversation with Judge XUE Hanqin, Vice-President of the International Court of Justice

Challenges Facing the International Court of Justice A Conversation with Judge XUE Hanqin, Vice-President of the International Court of Justice and Spring 2018 Hauser Global Law School Program Distinguished Global Fellow   Moderator: J. E. Alvarez, Herbert and Rose Rubin Professor of International Law and […]

2018 Summer & 2018-19 Academic Year Housing available for current NYU School of Law Students!

Are you still trying to secure housing for Summer 2018? Academic Year 2018-19? We are here to help!   Summer 2018 and Academic Year 2018-19 Academic Year housing applications for current NYU School of Law students are available here. We […]

Spring 2018 Exam Postponement/Accommodation Requests – Available March 27 – April 9 (not applicable to Executive LL.M. Tax students)

While exams are still a bit way off, it is important that you take time to review your exam schedule for any conflicts and apply for an exam postponement/accommodation per the rules. Let’s do everything we can to facilitate a […]

Apr. 25: Guangzhou Dream Factory Documentary Film Screening

Africa House & the U.S.-Asia Law Institute are proud to present Guangzhou Dream Factory accompanied by a talk with filmmaker Erica Marcus. RSVP HERE EVENT DETAILS 14A Washington Mews, 1st Floor, New York, NY 10003 6:30 PM ABOUT THE FILM Immigration, globalization, […]

Bluebook Bootcamp: A Preview of the Writing Competition

Planning on entering the Writing Competition? Want to avoid common mistakes during the Bluebook exercise? Come to the Bluebook Bootcamp—a one-hour training to brush up on your Bluebook skills. Law Review editors will also be in attendance to speak about […]

Fellowships with the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law

The Center is seeking applications for student fellowship positions for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Applications are sought from current 1Ls and 2Ls, with high priority given to current 1Ls. The Center’s mission is to promote good government and prosecution practices […]

Mar. 27: Skadden Fellowship Info Session

Susan Butler Plum, director of the Skadden Foundation, along with incoming NYU Law Skadden Fellows, will discuss the post-graduate Skadden Fellowship.  The Skadden Fellowship is a two-year public interest project fellowship; learn more here.   This info session will take place Tuesday, […]

2018 Summer & 2018-19 Academic Year Housing available for current NYU School of Law Students!

Are you still trying to secure housing for Summer 2018? Academic Year 2018-19? We are here to help!   Summer 2018 and Academic Year 2018-19 Academic Year housing applications for current NYU School of Law students are available here. We […]

Apr. 5: Matthew Bogdanos: ISIS & Antiquities Trafficking

RSVP: http://italianacademy.columbia.edu/event/matthew-bogdanos-isis-antiquities-trafficking   Apr. 5, 6pm (Italian Academy)   International Observatory for Cultural Heritage Lecture   Col. Matthew Bogdanos will present on the Islamic State’s trafficking in looted antiquities and the global black market that emerged after the looting of the Iraq Museum […]

Admitted Students Days – Student Ambassadors

The Office of JD Admissions needs your help! Please volunteer to participate in our Admitted Students Days programs, April 5 – 6 and April 19 – 20. You can help us recruit next year’s class as a tour guide or […]

Mar. 22: Voice From the Field: Lunch with Jennifer Turner, ACLU Human Rights Researcher

Join PILC, ILS, LSHR, and Law Women for lunch with Jennifer Turner (JD 06). Jennifer is the Human Rights Researcher in the ACLU’s Human Rights Program. She conducts documentation research and advocacy on human rights violations in the United States, […]

Mar. 22: Meet and Greet with the Federal Reserve Board

Evan Winerman – Bio Evan Winerman is a Counsel in the Monetary & Consumer Affairs section of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System’s legal division.  His areas of focus include financial market infrastructures, payments, reference rates, and […]

Mar. 23: Planning for Your 2L Year: Choices and Strategies for Public Interest 1Ls

Join PILC and current students for a discussion about how to plan for your 2L year and 2L summer, including whether to participate in EIW/OCI and how to choose and prioritize clinics, classes, term-time internships, journals and RA/TA positions. Now is the perfect time […]

Mar. 22: When God Sleeps–Screening and Discussion

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 7:30 PM Tishman Auditorium, NYU School of Law, 40 Washington Square South, New York, New York Presented by the Forum on Law, Culture & Society (FOLCS.org)   “My songs did not make me famous. The fatwa did.” […]

Pro Bono Opportunity – NYLAG – National Healthcare Decision’s Day

April 16th is National Healthcare Decision’s Day. In recognition of the occasion, LegalHealth, a division of the New York Legal Assistance Group, will be tabling at many of our partner sites to execute and provide advice on Healthcare Proxies to […]

Mar. 19: Amy and Brian Schorr Family Luncheon Speaker Series Featuring Charlie Chasin, Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and Global Head of Reengineering and Expense Management

Registration Required Charlie Chasin, Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and Global Head of Reengineering and Expense Management will be our guest speaker for the Amy and Brian Schorr Family Luncheon Speaker Series on March 19, 2018.   Lunch will be […]