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The High School Law Institute is a student-run organization at NYU Law that teaches high school students about the law and instills confidence in them as budding legal thinkers.

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Two weeks ago we got to argue before all three big players in the world of antitrust enforcement, representing NYU at the Global Antitrust Institute Invitational Moot Court Competition.

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NYU’s Latino Law Students Association and the Latino Institute for Human Rights presented an inaugural, joint symposium creating an unprecedented space for policy analysts, lawyers, and community organizers to discuss themselves.

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My trip to Cuba felt almost surreal.

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Spring break beachgoers brought home tans, but Moot Court brought home the gold!

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Amanda Levendowski ’14 was compelled to respond to a recent New York Times piece critical of law journals with a response of her own.

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Here are some first-hand accounts from NYU Law students about this year’s Guarini Government Summer Series featuring prominent alumni in Washington, D.C.

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Despite daunting obstacles caused by Hurricane Sandy, a group of determined NYU Law students traveled to Ohio to do voter protection work in advance of the 2012 election.

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The people, the sights, the animals, the law: Alaska is the Last Frontier in many unexpected ways.

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I had no idea what to expect going into my summer position at the FBI. Heck, I wasn’t even sure I would be working there until two weeks before my expected start date—they were still adjudicating my clearance and talking to every roommate, neighbor, and employer I had interacted with in the last seven years. When I got the email at the end of May that yes, I would be allowed in the building, and no, they didn’t uncover anything they wanted to arrest me for, I breathed a big sigh of relief—and immediately commenced worrying about everything else.

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