One-on-one sessions with Susan Butler Plum of the Skadden Foundation

Rising 3Ls and current 3Ls who will clerk in the fall are invited to sign up for individual “counseling” sessions with Susan Butler Plum of the Skadden Foundation to take place Tuesday, March 27, in the PILC/OCS Library.  Susan is […]

Mar. 20: Equal Justice Works Info Session

Join Sterling Morriss, Senior Manager of Fellowships at Equal Justice Works, and incoming NYU Law EJW Fellows, for this information session about the post-graduate Equal Justice Works Fellowship.  The EJW Fellowship is a two-year public interest project fellowship; learn more here.  […]

Mar. 20: The U.S. Department of Justice Honors Program and Summer Internships

If you are considering applying to work in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) after your 2L summer or following graduation, please join us for a discussion with Trisha Fillbach on Tuesday, March 20 from 4:00–5:00pm in FH 210. Ms. Fillbach […]

Mar. 22: Voice From the Field: Lunch with Jennifer Turner, ACLU Human Rights Researcher

Join PILC, ILS, LSHR, and Law Women for lunch with Jennifer Turner (JD 06). Jennifer is the Human Rights Researcher in the ACLU’s Human Rights Program. She conducts documentation research and advocacy on human rights violations in the United States, […]

Mar. 22: Meet and Greet with the Federal Reserve Board

Evan Winerman – Bio Evan Winerman is a Counsel in the Monetary & Consumer Affairs section of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System’s legal division.  His areas of focus include financial market infrastructures, payments, reference rates, and […]

Mar. 23: Planning for Your 2L Year: Choices and Strategies for Public Interest 1Ls

Join PILC and current students for a discussion about how to plan for your 2L year and 2L summer, including whether to participate in EIW/OCI and how to choose and prioritize clinics, classes, term-time internships, journals and RA/TA positions. Now is the perfect time […]

Pro Bono Opportunity – NYLAG – National Healthcare Decision’s Day

April 16th is National Healthcare Decision’s Day. In recognition of the occasion, LegalHealth, a division of the New York Legal Assistance Group, will be tabling at many of our partner sites to execute and provide advice on Healthcare Proxies to […]

Congratulations to Our 2018 IFD Fellows!

We would like to congratulate the 14 recipients of this year’s NYU International Finance and Development (IFD) Fellowship. To learn more about the students’ backgrounds and where they’ll be spending their summer / fall, please click here.

New York Women’s Bar Association Foundation Paid Part-Time NYU Law Student Fellowship

Her Justice seeks a NYU Law student for each semester of the academic year to serve as the New York Women’s Bar Association Foundation (NYWBAF) Fellow. The position requires 10-20 hours per week. The fellowship is funded by the NYWBAF […]

Fulbright Fridays Begin This Week!

Each spring semester the Office of Global Awards runs a series of workshops designed to prepare students for the Fulbright application process. Each of the four workshops will be offered two to three times this semester. Please plan accordingly, Fulbright Fridays workshops are limited […]

Mar. 5: Lunchtime Talk with Professor Kim Taylor-Thompson on Cross-Examination of Complaining Witnesses and Victims

March 5, 12:45 pm in VH 202 Come join SRP’s Advocates-in-Chief and NYU Professor Kim Taylor-Thompson for an informal and practical discussion on cross-examining complaining witnesses in cases involving violence and sexual misconduct. Drafting effective cross-examination questions can often feel daunting when […]

Mar. 5: Thinking Ahead Towards Prosecution Positions for 2Ls and 3Ls

Calling all current 1Ls and 2Ls who may be interested in prosecution work. Whether you know for sure you want to work in a prosecutor’s office or are merely considering a career or internship in prosecution, please join us on […]

Mar. 6: Project Fellowship Info Session

Interested in working at a non-profit organization after graduation? If so, project fellowships could be right for you. Come learn the nuts and bolts of applying for post-graduate public interest project fellowships (such as Equal Justice Works, Skadden, and Kirkland […]

Mar. 15: 2018 Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Training Application Deadline

The University of Michigan Law School is pleased to announce the 2018 Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Training, which will be held at the law school May 14-15, 2018.  Applications are due by March 15, 2018.   For the past twenty-one […]

Feb. 26: How to Become an Assistant United States Attorney

Panelists will discuss the qualifications for and application process to become an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the District of New Jersey. There will be a special emphasis on discussion of […]

Feb. 26: Tips on Finding Summer Public Interest Internships

If you are still seeking a 1L summer internship or are just beginning your search for a summer job, please join us for a discussion of how to identify employers who are still seeking to hire summer legal interns.  We […]

Feb. 27: Jumpstarting your 3L Public Interest Job Search

Calling all public interest 2Ls!  During this panel, you will hear from current 3Ls, with diverse interests, who have navigated the public interest post-graduate job search.  Receive job search strategies, learn about different post-graduate opportunities, and hear what 3Ls wish […]

Feb. 28: NYU Law’s Annual Public Service Benefit

The Benefit will celebrate the commitment of the entire NYU Law community to public service, and recognize the accomplishments of two distinguished alumni and one student group for their public service work. The Benefit will also continue the NYU Law […]

Feb. 23: Voice From the Field: Conversation with Vikram Raghavan, Lead Counsel at the World Bank

Join PILC, ILS, LSHR and SALSA for a conversation with Vikram Raghavan (LLM 98). Vikram is lead counsel and legal advisor for conflict, refugees, and macro-economics at the World Bank. His expertise includes forced displacement, crises, disasters and emergencies, military […]

Feb. 23: Annual Latinx Rights Scholarship Symposium: Central American Women and the Journey North

This year’s symposium will focus on the unique struggles faced by immigrant women and girls as they embark on the journey from their homes in Central America to the U.S.-Mexico border.   Date: Friday, February 23rd Time: 12:00am-4:00pm Location: Lipton Hall Please […]

Feb. 12: Hague Conference on Private International Law Summer Internship Deadline

The Hague Conference on Private International Law (in The Hague, Netherlands) is once again offering a summer internship for students with grants for international internships. The Secretariat has indicated that there is only one position for summer 2018.   The […]

Feb. 15: ACS Career and Networking Panel

Please join the NYU Law chapter of the American Constitution Society in Golding Lounge at 6:30 pm on Thursday, February 15 for a panel discussion with practicing attorneys about how they incorporated progressive values into their legal careers. Panelists from across the private and […]

Feb. 8: Fulbright Information Session

Once a year the Office of Global Awards at NYU hosts a Fulbright Information session. This year’s session will take place on Thursday February 8 at 5:00 p.m. (12 Washington Place). You should attend if you are interested in learning […]

Feb. 8-9: 41st Annual Public Interest Legal Career Fair

The Public Interest Law Center (PILC) at New York University School of Law will hold its 41st annual Public Interest Legal Career Fair on February 8 & 9, 2018.  It is the largest fair of its kind in the country.   […]

Feb. 9: Access to Justice Tech Fellows Program Deadline

The Access to Justice Tech Fellows Program is seeking diverse and entrepreneurial-minded first and second year law students who are passionate about social justice and want to spend the next summer learning new ways to leverage technology to a real-life legal […]

Feb. 11: Rural Summer Legal Corps Application Deadline

Equal Justice Works is seeking applications from students to fill 30 exciting positions in rural communities nationwide in the Rural Summer Legal Corps program. Selected participants will begin the summer with intensive training in DC from poverty law experts on […]

Jan. 29: How to Be an Effective Activist

Issues surrounding civil rights continue to spark intense debate and protests around the globe—driving people to mobilize and push for meaningful change. But being an effective activist takes more than passion and guts. Activists need to channel and focus their […]

Jan. 30: 21st Annual Attorney General Robert Abrams Public Service Lecture

This is the 21st annual public service lecture sponsored by former New York Attorney General Robert Abrams ’63. Each year a prominent public figure who has performed exemplary public service addresses the students, faculty, alumni and friends of the New […]

Jan. 31: 1L & 2L Summer International Internships

Join PILC to learn about the nuts and bolts of the international public interest internship search process. You will hear directly from students with international internship experience about how they found their job and what their summer abroad was like. […]

Feb. 1/8: Consumer Protection Career Panels

The ABA Section of Antitrust Law Consumer Protection Committee is hosting two teleconferences on careers in consumer protection and privacy law for law students and young lawyers on February 1 and February 8, 2018 at 3 pm ET. Join current […]