If you have a passion for law school, and you want to work on an international scale, an LLM can bring with it only advantages.
In a student organization, you have an opportunity to craft programs that expose students to real-world practitioners in law, policy, grassroots activism, and a host of other areas.
It might come as a surprise that the New York Bar Exam soon will not exist anymore.
Being a student at NYU Law has given me the opportunity to participate in the national discussion about police and criminal justice reform in some unique ways.
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.
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.
I thought I’d share some of the tips I’ve been giving younger students on how to choose a law firm.
Do you want to thrive as an attorney in the field of M&A, restructuring, securities markets, or finance? If so, this post is for you.
Noodles have played at least as great a role in NYU Law’s success as any person or thing has in the last century.
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.
My summer included an internship working with the Secretariat at The Hague Conference on Private International Law, and a chance to explore five countries in less than three months.
Summing up our first weeks as LLMs at NYU Law.
Is there any real difference between an art student sketching at the Met and “sketching” into a 3D printing system?
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.
My trip to Cuba felt almost surreal.
The Note is kind of like an honors thesis for law students, except everyone has to do it.
Spring break beachgoers brought home tans, but Moot Court brought home the gold!
I must’ve walked past the chandelier in the lobby of Vanderbilt a hundred times before I looked at it properly.
The Alternative Spring Break trip to Alaska was an awesome public service opportunity for someone who is interested in social and economic justice.
I don’t know quite how to describe what I imagined when I envisioned what a Supreme Court justice would look or sound like.