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Launch of the Meltzer Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging

All current students of NYU School of Law are invited to a special event to celebrate the launch of the Meltzer Center (previously the Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging): Monday, October 17 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. Greenberg Lounge The […]

Oct. 02: Women’s Leadership Fellows Program Application Closes on 10/2

Apply for the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network’s (BWLN) Women’s Leadership Fellows Program (WLFP)! The application for the WLFP will close in just under one week on Sunday, October 2, at 11:59 p.m. EDT. The cohort will be selected on or […]

Apply Now: Masiyiwa-Bernstein Fellowship

The following information can also be found under the Programs tab of the Robert and Helen Bernstein Institute for Human Rights website.    Applications for 2023-2024 Masiyiwa-Bernstein fellowship with RFK for Human Rights and the Center for Business and Human […]

Oct. 02: Women’s Leadership Fellows Program Application Closes in 2 Weeks

Apply for the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network’s (BWLN) Women’s Leadership Fellows Program (WLFP)! The application for the WLFP is now open until Sunday, October 2, at 11:59 p.m. EDT. The cohort will be selected on or before Friday, November 4. […]

Student Fellow/Intern Opportunities at The Initiative for Community Power

Term-time Fellowships The Initiative: The Initiative for Community Power fosters deep community partnerships and brings decades of high-impact community organizing and power-building work.  The Initiative catalyzes analysis, innovation, and project work to create a more equitable, democratic, and racially just […]

Summer Fellowship Opportunity at The Initiative for Community Power at NYU

The Initiative: The Initiative for Community Power at NYU (“The Initiative”) fosters deep community partnerships and brings decades of high-impact community organizing and power-building work.  The Initiative catalyzes analysis, innovation, and project work to create a more equitable, democratic, and […]

Sep. 21: Call for Applications: Human Rights Scholars Program 2022-2023

The Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) is accepting applications for its Human Rights Scholars program. All currently enrolled NYU Law students are eligible to apply. The program offers the opportunity for students to contribute to the CHRGJ’s activities as research […]

Sep. 02: Just Security Student Staff Editor Program

Just Security: Just Security is a prominent national security blog that publishes thought-provoking and informative pieces on topical issues. They publish articles by experts, academics, civil society practitioners, individuals directly affected by national security policies, and other leading voices. The Board […]

RA for Center on Civil Justice (Fall 2022)

Name of Professor: Center on Civil Justice (The Director is Judge Beverly Martin, but the supervisor will be David Siffert, the Research Director) Location of Office and Phone Number: Wilf 511, 212-668-6664 Name of Professor’s Staff Assistant: Shirley Dang Nature […]

Aug. 15: Call for Applications: 2022-2023 Transitional Justice Leadership Program

Each year, the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) selects a small number of incoming NYU Law LLM students to take part in the Transitional Justice Leadership Program. Developed in consultation with prominent figures in the transitional justice […]

Summer Academy on Law, Organizing and Power Building (8/16-8/18)

We invite rising second- and third-year law students from New York City law schools to apply to The Action Lab (TAL), the Law and Political Economy (LPE) Project and the Initiative for Community Power’s first ever Summer Academy on Law, […]

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 10: NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project Opportunity (Fall ’22)

Interested in Federal Indian law?     The NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project is looking for students to assist with research and potential drafting for amicus briefs before the United States Supreme Court and/or lower federal courts with its partners, including […]

June 10: NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project Opportunity (Fall ’22)

Interested in Federal Indian law?     The NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project is looking for students to assist with research and potential drafting for amicus briefs before the United States Supreme Court and/or lower federal courts with its partners, including […]

May 6: Tribal Constitutions Project – Summer Research Opportunity

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Policing Project 2022-2023 Legal Fellows

Policing Project 2022-2023 Legal Fellows   The Policing Project at NYU Law is seeking to hire Legal Fellows to join our team for the 2022-2023 academic year. This unique opportunity is open to current 1Ls and 2Ls (rising 2Ls and […]

Mar. 21: Deadline for the Impact Scholarship Application ( 2Ls)

The Grunin Center for Law and Social Entrepreneurship at NYU Law is accepting applications for the Impact Scholarship from students entering their third year of law school. The Impact Scholarship if a merit-based scholarship to a rising 3L law student […]

Apr. 04: Reiss Center on Law and Security Student Scholars 2022-2023 Program (Rising 2Ls & 3Ls)

The Reiss Center on Law and Security (RCLS) is currently accepting applications to its cohort of RCLS Student Scholars for the 2022-2023 academic year.  Applications should be submitted by end of day on April 4, 2022. Finalists may participate in a subsequent interview. Reiss Center […]

Fines and Fees in New York: Room for Reform

Wednesday, April 6, 2022  |  3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Virtual Event   Join the Zimroth Center as we discuss the state of fines and fees reform in New York: what’s improved, what challenges remain, and how prosecutors can help […]

Zimroth Center on the Administration of Criminal Law: Student Fellowships 2022-23

The Zimroth Center’s mission is to promote good government practices in criminal matters.  In recent years, the Zimroth Center has focused on (i) prosecutorial power and discretion, and (ii) resentencing mechanisms available to various federal, state, and local actors, including […]

Mar. 18: Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law Fellowship

The Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law at NYU School of Law engages in research, public education, advocacy, and litigation to advance its mission of shaping how people understand, diagnose, and address issues of race and inequality. The Center’s priorities […]

Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law Summer Student Fellowship Program

The Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law engages in research, public education, advocacy, and litigation to advance its mission of shaping how people understand, diagnose, and address issues of race and inequality. We are seeking applications from 1L, 2L, and LLM […]

Feb. 11: Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Feb. 11: Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Feb. 11: Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Jan. 21: Native Amicus Briefing Project

Interested in federal Indian law? The NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project is looking for students to assist with briefs for the United States Supreme Court and to track federal Indian law cases with the Native American Rights Fund and National […]

Jan. 10: Call for Applications: 2021-2022 ILHR Fellowship Program

The Center for Human Rights and Global Justice is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 International Law and Human Rights (ILHR) Fellowship Program. CHRGJ coordinates the ILHR Fellowship Program with the Institute for International Law and Justice and the support of the Public Interest Law Center. Applications […]

Nov. 22: 2022-2023 Open Society Foundations Fellowship in Nonprofit Law

What is the Open Society Foundations (OSF) Fellowship in Nonprofit Law? The OSF Fellowship in Nonprofit Law permits one Fellow each year to spend a year in residence at the Open Society Foundations Office of the General Counsel, working with […]

Nov. 15: Call for Applications: Human Rights Scholars with the Climate Litigation Accelerator

The Center for Human Rights and Global Justice’s Climate Litigation Accelerator (CLX) is looking for three research assistants to support its work in (1) India, (2) Brazil, and (3) its broader research in the area of climate change and human […]

Policing Project Summer 2022 Legal Internship

The Policing Project at NYU Law is seeking applications from current law students to join our team as legal interns for summer 2022.   Background on the Policing Project The Policing Project partners with communities and police to promote public […]