Extracurricular Activities
Jessica Wilkins '16
Jessica Wilkins '16

You could hang around the city in late summer and wait for your journal orientation to start, visit your family, or catch up on all those fiction books you’ve been wanting to get around to. These are all fantastic options, but I’m going to encourage you to get out of not only the city, but also the country, while you still can.

Jessica Wilkins '16
Jessica Wilkins '16

New York spring is like a storybook. Snow was literally melting all around me, tulips are now blooming, and the air is getting warmer every day.

Guest Blogger
Guest Blogger

My trip to Cuba felt almost surreal.

Guest Blogger
Guest Blogger

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

Ameneh Bordi '16
Ameneh Bordi '16

The Alternative Spring Break trip to Alaska was an awesome public service opportunity for someone who is interested in social and economic justice.

Darien Smith '16
Darien Smith '16

Before leaving New York for Shanghai, I never imagined two bustling global financial centers 8,000 miles away from each other would be so similar.

Alec Webley '16
Alec Webley '16

As marriage equality looks increasingly inevitable, attention is turning to another great civil rights battle for LGBT people: the struggle against workplace discrimination.

Jonathan Levin '17
Jonathan Levin '17

On my first trip to Queens, I was instantly seduced by the majesty of that outer borough.

Emma Trotter '16
Emma Trotter '16

Call it one big informal network—NYU Law Women claims as members every female-identifying student, and many alumnae to boot.

Alec Webley '16
Alec Webley '16

Every law school has one: the community-wide email list where students can post anything and everything.

Jessica Wilkins '16
Jessica Wilkins '16

Here’s the inside scoop on the work and the perks of being a member of the NYU Law Review.

Russell Rennie '17
Russell Rennie '17

It can be healthy to get out of the city and talk to ordinary humans.

Ameneh Bordi '16
Ameneh Bordi '16

1L is a completely new experience, and it requires being focused and on your study game 100 percent. But there is a new and different challenge that emerges in 2L: namely, learning to balance the competing demands of school and life.

Ajani Husbands '17
Ajani Husbands '17

The Black Allied Law Students Association has proven an easy-to-access resource for finding out the answers to many common 1L questions. Moreover, it is also a nexus of positive reinforcement and community empowerment.

Ben Mejia '15
Ben Mejia '15

If you want to practice your writing and oral advocacy skills, the Marden Moot Court Competition is one of the best ways at NYU Law to do so.

Stephanie Damon-Moore '17
Stephanie Damon-Moore '17

NYU Law has many opportunities to get out of the classroom and see your passions in practice, not to mention the range of options that exist outside the Law School.

Ameneh Bordi '16
Ameneh Bordi '16

There is a whole other legal education available to us outside of the classroom that can be just as, or even more, valuable.

Russell Rennie '17
Russell Rennie '17

Getting to know professors personally your 1L year can be challenging. Enter the 1L Reading Group.

Alec Webley '16
Alec Webley '16

While our coffee options at NYU Law are well understood, tea requires a more searching judicial inquiry.

Shuyue Tan LLM '15
Shuyue Tan LLM '15

When I talk about engagement, I am not talking only about being engaged in classes.

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