International Law
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.

Amanda Ploch '12
Amanda Ploch '12

Something about being in the midst of my 3L year makes me take a reflective look back at my time at NYU Law, and I realize that being on a journal really is one my favorite things about law school.

Amber Rudolphi '13
Amber Rudolphi '13

Preparing for finals is not the only way you can opt to spend your spring break at NYU Law. These next few entries include stories of how two NYU Law students chose to spend their spring breaks—one to explore legal careers in Asia, and the other to volunteer legal assistance in Alaska.

Amanda Ploch '12
Amanda Ploch '12

All J.D. students must fulfill the Substantial Writing requirement, writing an extensive paper on a topic of their choosing. Time for me to tackle this thing head on.

Amanda Ploch '12
Amanda Ploch '12

My internship at the Ghana Center for Democratic Development is drawing to a close, and so it’s a good time to look back and think about the projects I’ve done, and what I’ve learned during my internship.

Zack Orjuela '12
Zack Orjuela '12

I arrived in sweltering Delhi a few weeks ago, where the temperature was 48 C (118 F). Fortunately, I was continuing on to Madurai, a southern city with crazy streets, great food, and People’s Watch, the human rights NGO with which I’m spending my summer.

Amanda Ploch '12
Amanda Ploch '12

An intern’s desk, so to speak, is their castle. And a visit to Ghana’s Parliament made me appreciate how lucky I am to have a workspace…

Amanda Ploch '12
Amanda Ploch '12

When I decided to go to Ghana to intern for the summer, I thought, “I’ve studied abroad before, how hard could it be?” Turns out plopping myself into a new culture on my own AND learning the ropes at a new job could be a bit trickier than I thought.

Niki Cubides '11
Niki Cubides '11

During spring break, I traveled to Hong Kong with NYU Law’s international arbitration team to participate in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Our team won third place for Claimant’s Memorandum.

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