Jan. 25: Introduction to Legal Academia: Becoming a Law Professor and Working as an RA

Join the Academic Careers Program to learn about careers in law teaching discuss the benefits of summer RA positions. This event is primarily intended for 1L students, although all interested students are welcome to attend. Please RSVP here. Wednesday, January […]

Nov. 11: The Future of the International Law Commission – A Conversation with Phoebe Okowa

The Institute for International Law and Justice invites you to attend: The Future of the International Law Commission: Opportunities and Challenges A conversation with Phoebe Okowa, Professor of Public International Law and Director of Graduate Studies at Queen Mary University […]

Nov. 9: Global Data Lawyering – The Practice of Global Data Law

As part of Guarini Global Law and Tech’s ongoing research project on Global Data Law, we are excited to host a panel event to explore how global data law works in practice by hearing from practicing global data lawyers! This […]

Nov. 14 – Legal Academia 101: How To Become a Law Professor (For 2Ls, 3Ls, and LLMs)

November 14th, 1:15 – 2:15pm | Furman Hall Room 120   The Academic Careers Program team will discuss how you can prepare for a career in law teaching. This event is intended for upperclass and graduate law students who are […]

Sept. 12: Academic Careers Program Job Camp Mock Job Talks

Academic Careers Program Job Camp Monday, Sept. 12 – Mock Job Talks Job Camp is a two-day event for members of the NYU Law community who are on the law teaching market. NYU Law students, graduates, and affiliates who are […]

Bidding on Constitutional Law, Property, Professional Responsibility, and Experiential Learning Classes for 2022-2023

Dear Rising 2Ls & 3Ls, We want to ensure that graduating students are able to register for classes which are required for their degree and/or the New York Bar Exam. Bidding Cycle #1 for both Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 […]

Aug. 05: Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law Paul Weiss Student Fellowship Program

The Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law confronts the laws, policies, and practices that lead to the oppression and marginalization of people of color. We believe that the racism that permeates our present-day legal system has deep roots. By […]

June 9: Developing a Student Note and Choosing a Substantial Writing Topic

The Furman Academic Program will be hosting an information session via Zoom on Thursday, June 9th at 6PM ET, focused primarily on developing note topics, but also providing some information about the Furman Program itself. The session will be recorded, […]