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Haley Patterson '20
Haley Patterson '20

Law school is often characterized by vague, fear-inducing comments (i.e., the common, ominous advice “Don’t go to law school”). It’s time for a change.

Charles Gargano '19
Charles Gargano '19

For those unaware, on Gray Day the Law School Admission Test scores are released.

Gracie Smith '19
Gracie Smith '19

They say 1L is the busiest and craziest year of law school, but I’d have to argue that the period between the last month of 1L and the first month of 2L has been the busiest, craziest, and best period of law school so far.

Samarth Chaddha LLM '17
Samarth Chaddha LLM '17

Performing well in a law school classroom depends on many different variables.

Samarth Chaddha LLM '17
Samarth Chaddha LLM '17

There may be no way to eliminate stress when you’re studying for law school exams, but NYU Law goes out of its way to help take the edge off.

Samarth Chaddha LLM '17
Samarth Chaddha LLM '17

Every US law student will make an outline at some point. So what exactly is an outline?

Samarth Chaddha LLM '17
Samarth Chaddha LLM '17

What are the differences between law schools in India and their counterparts in the US?

Jessica Wilkins '16
Jessica Wilkins '16

Normally people hear the phrase “bending the rules” and think of skirting a process or going outside the lines. In the world of administrative law, though, bending the rules is part of the process.

Katherine DuBois '18
Katherine DuBois '18

A friend of mine recently asked me whether I felt like I was “wasting my 20s” on law school.

Jessica Wilkins '16
Jessica Wilkins '16

As part of his Land Use Regulation course, Professor Roderick M. Hills, Jr. requires all students to attend a land use hearing and write a memo on the experience. Attending a hearing, as it turned out, was one of the most interesting experiences I’ve had so far in law school.

Selina Grün LLM '16
Selina Grün LLM '16

Comparing the German and US models reminds us that there is no one way to legal education.

Ameneh Bordi '16
Ameneh Bordi '16

Here are some of the insights I’ve gleaned from hours and hours on our course selection website.

Selina Grün LLM '16
Selina Grün LLM '16

Nobody likes to fail. Drawing from my experiences during the past six weeks of classes at NYU, I can wholeheartedly admit that I have failed.

Katherine DuBois '18
Katherine DuBois '18

Hello, October. You sneaked up on us quickly, and as you snowball your way into November, you have picked up quite a few frenzied 1Ls.

Selina Grün LLM '16
Selina Grün LLM '16

Summing up our first weeks as LLMs at NYU Law.

Emma Trotter '16
Emma Trotter '16

Being a teaching assistant at NYU Law is a great way to help develop and nurture our community while sharpening your own skills, too.

Ben Mejia '15
Ben Mejia '15

While it’s a lot of work for my third year, I’m glad to be taking a clinic.

Ameneh Bordi '16
Ameneh Bordi '16

As a teaching assistant, I have the chance to get to know not only two professors, but also classmates outside of my year.

Jonathan Levin '17
Jonathan Levin '17

I don’t think you can ever truly prepare for your first round of exams in law school.

Shuyue Tan LLM '15
Shuyue Tan LLM '15

What are our incentives to set up a study group? Whatever our motivations may be, I decided to assess the pros and cons of study groups after meeting with mine.

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