Apr 24: 2020 Census event w/ Vanita Gupta

Hosted by the Brennan Center for Justice The 2020 Census: What’s at Stake Date – Tuesday, April 24 Location – Vanderbilt Hall: Greenberg Lounge   12:00 p.m. – Check-in 12:30 p.m. – Program   Every ten years, the federal government conducts the census of […]

Ticket Lottery: Live Taping of Stay Tuned with Preet at the Apollo Theater

On April 26th at 8PM, Preet Bharara will be taping the next live episode of his podcast, Stay Tuned, at the famed Apollo Theater with special guest Bassem Youssef,  a renowned social critic and satirist who previously hosted a popular comedy show […]

Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship

The New York Bar Foundation is currently accepting applications for The Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship valued at $5,000.00   The scholarship is open to all second-year (2L) students as of spring 2018 semester enrolled in a law school in […]

24th Commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda

  Sign-up Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-sIbp9HvijTKz8XuCPhJ5FCd-kMBZWJfr1TuI8tihq5KpSQ/viewform

Brandeis Association Scholarship Fund

The Brandeis Association of Queens County Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to Jewish law students currently in the 2nd or 3rd year of study at the time of submission and who are residents of Queens County or who are attending law […]

2018 Professor William R. Ginsberg Memorial Essay Contest

2018 Professor William R. Ginsberg Memorial Essay Contest This annual competition is designed to challenge law students to analyze the environmental issues confronting us today. Topic: Any topic in environmental law. Eligibility: Contest open to all JD and LLM candidate […]

Dean’s Roundtable with Stuart Hersch ’75, co-founder and chairman of National Partners PFco, LLC, on Thursday, April 12, 2018

Throughout the school year, the Dean hosts roundtable discussions with prominent guests who have utilized their law degrees in a variety of nontraditional ways. Over lunch with a small group of students, guests discuss their work experiences, sharing valuable insights […]


The ABA SEER is again sponsoring several law student writing competitions on environmental and natural resources topics.  Student winners will have their papers published on the ABA SEER website and there are monetary awards for the first, second, and third […]

EIW Career Panel with Hiring Partners, presented by the Law & Business Association

Wednesday, April 11, 2018  |  6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Smart Classroom 204, Vanderbilt Hall 40 Washington Square South   The Law & Business Association is pleased to invite all Law Students to attend a panel with hiring partners from […]

Substantial Performance Spring Concert

Saturday, April 28, 2018  |  7:30 PM – 8:45 PM Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall   Substantial Performance – is back to serenade you on Saturday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Greenberg Lounge! We’ve got an extra-special setlist coming your way this semester! Come celebrate the […]

Voting Rights and Gerrymandering in North Carolina

Tuesday, April 10, 2018  |  6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Smart Classroom 220, Vanderbilt Hall oin the American Constitution Society (ACS-NYU) for a conversation with Irv Joyner, professor at NC Central University Law School and counsel for the NC NAACP, […]

What is next for the Brazilian Infrastructure Sector?

Monday, April 16, 2018  |  9:00 AM – 3:45 PM Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall The event will include speeches by Justice Ellen Gracie, Justice Ricardo Villas Bôas Cueva, Elena Landau and Carlos Alberto Carmona. Divided in three panels, various notorious […]

The Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship is now available!

The New York Bar Foundation is currently accepting applications for the Honorable Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship. The scholarship will grant one $5,000 scholarship to a 2L student who is enrolled in a law school in the State of New […]

The Federal Communications Bar Association Foundation Scholarship now available!

The Federal Communications Bar Association Foundation Scholarship is currently accepting applications for their scholarship program. The association will grant scholarships ranging from $2,500- $5,000 to 2Ls and 3Ls to help cover the student’s tuition and other education-related expenses in 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. 13: What do UN Lawyers do?

“What do UN lawyers do?” Please join Prof. Jose Alvarez for a conversation with Bruce Rashkow (former lawyer at the UN and with the U.S. mission to the UN) on Friday, 13 April 2018, 2 pm – 2:50 pm., in […]

Apr. 9: IILJ Roundtable Conversation on Data/Infrastructure Humanitarianism

The IILJ’s new InfraReg project will welcome Fleur Johns, University of New South Wales, for a roundtable conversation on data/infrastructure humanitarianism. One topic will be how International Organizations try to use blockchain technology. The event will take place on April 9, in […]

Apr. 10/11: Public Rights Project Fellowship Webinar

If you would like to learn more about the Public Rights Project Fellowship, please join us on April 10, 2018 at 12:00pm (PT) or April 11, 2018 at 9:00am (PT) for an informational webinar! This is a fantastic opportunity to interact […]

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. 13: Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship Application Deadline

The New York Bar Foundation is currently accepting applications for the following scholarship:   The Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship (1) valued at $5,000.00 The scholarship is open to all second-year (2L) students as of spring 2018 semester enrolled in […]

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 16: Academic Careers Program Scholarship Clinic 2018

All law students, alumni and affiliates are invited to attend the Academic Careers Program Scholarship Clinic 2018. This one-day program is focused on preparing for the legal teaching market and takes place on Monday, April 16. Those who are interested […]

BEWARE THE SLENDERMAN: Screening & Conversation about Minors, Mental Illness, and Internet Culture in Court

The news horrified the world: Two 12-year-old American girls lured a friend into the Wisconsin woods and stabbed her 19 times in an effort to appease a faceless mythical entity known online as Slenderman. But there’s more to the story […]

Summer LLM Teaching Assistant Positions – Application is Open

  Summer Teacher Assistant Positions – Apply now! The Graduate Lawyering Program in conjunction with the Office of Graduate Affairs is looking for Teaching Assistants (TAs) during the summer. These are paid positions. Please see the position descriptions below. If […]

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 […]

International Tax Program Lunch Lecture: Johanna Hey

Please join us for the next International Tax Program Lunch Lecture, to be delivered by Johanna Hey, Professor of Tax Law and Public Law and Director of the Institute of Tax Law at Cologne University, Germany. Her presentation is entitled […]