Campus Events
Christopher Porcelli '16
Christopher Porcelli '16

You’ve probably heard of bar review. But what else does the Student Bar Association do?

Justin Keslowitz '15
Justin Keslowitz '15

You are about to foray into the mysterious and challenging world of Fascinating-and-Informative-Law-School-Distractions (or “FAILS-Ds”). In order to succeed, you need to conquer FAILS-Ds…and I am confident you can do it!

Tracy Huang '14
Tracy Huang '14

Early Interview Week is almost here! Besides first-semester exams at 1L year and the bar exam post-graduation, EIW is usually one of the biggest and most anxiety-provoking experiences for many students out there. Fear not and read on, for I have some advice that will help you maintain your sanity during the interview season.

Peter Dubrowski '14
Peter Dubrowski '14

There’s this weird tradition in American law schools that seems particularly out of place in a world of musty casebooks, crippling workloads, and reflexively competitive people. Every year, all across this great nation of ours, future litigators, judges, educators, and businessmen stop studying, put on stage makeup, and pretend like they’re actors in the strange, sometimes scary ritual of legal education we call Law Revue.

Amber Rudolphi '13
Amber Rudolphi '13

Not sure what to expect when you visit NYU Law? Food, drink, and general merriment, certainly. But that’s far from all.

Tracy Huang '14
Tracy Huang '14

Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes during a moot court competition?

Amanda Russo '15
Amanda Russo '15

Nearly the whole 1L class packed Tishman Auditorium on March 5, leaving only a few seats to spare as NYU School of Law hosted live Second Circuit oral arguments.

Joshua Lee '14
Joshua Lee '14

At a public meeting in Greenberg Lounge two weeks ago, I saw Professor Samuel Estreicher, who teaches employment law and appellate advocacy here at NYU, defend his position that students should be allowed to sit for the bar after two years of law school and to have the option of walking with a certificate, rather than a J.D.

Amber Rudolphi '13
Amber Rudolphi '13

Despite my preference for seminars, clinics, and simulation courses, doctrinal courses also can demonstrate their utility when you least expect it and most need it.

Peter Dubrowski '14
Peter Dubrowski '14

You may or may not have noticed, but 2012 was an election year. Here are some of the election-related events and volunteer activities that NYU Law students led and participated in.

Rohit Dave '13
Rohit Dave '13

The Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy (“BLIP”) Clinic’s first-ever Legal Hackathon made waking up before 9:00 on a Sunday morning worth it. Going to law school at NYU puts on tap a legal community and resources that you really cannot fully contemplate until you actually arrive here.

Tracy Ngochua (LL.M. ’12)
Tracy Ngochua (LL.M. ’12)

Special receptions provide the perfect venue for many of the LL.M. scholars from different cultural and professional backgrounds to mingle and interact among themselves and with the rest of the NYU Law community in a more casual, non-classroom atmosphere.

Dan Gibbons '14
Dan Gibbons '14

Last Thursday, NYU Law’s International Law Society, SBA, and Asia Law Society came together to sponsor the annual International Food Festival in an attempt to break me out of my second-semester funk.

Amanda Ploch '12
Amanda Ploch '12

Behind any event is countless hours of preparation and hard work—but being able to create a great event from the ground up made it worth all the effort.

Tracy Ngochua (LL.M. ’12)
Tracy Ngochua (LL.M. ’12)

“When I’m not running after deadlines, I’m running late for events organized by the Office of Graduate Affairs.”  At least, that was the thought racing through my mind when I was navigating my way to Chelsea Piers before the last […]

Rohit Dave '13
Rohit Dave '13

Early Interview Week is a chance to distinguish yourself from the masses.

Tracy Ngochua (LL.M. ’12)
Tracy Ngochua (LL.M. ’12)

The transition from corporate lawyer to law student was not as easy as I thought.

Caryn Bower '14
Caryn Bower '14

I woke up this morning and realized that I am a law student. It’s official.

Dan Gibbons '14
Dan Gibbons '14

Taking a lesson from Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist, I attempt to decipher the clues about what lies ahead in the daunting first-year experience.

Amber Rudolphi '13
Amber Rudolphi '13

Curious as to what your 1L year at NYU will entail? Here is a brief overview to satisfy that curiosity.

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