Hauser Global Faculty Course Offerings for Summer 2021

The Hauser Global Law School Program welcomes a number of leading law professors from around the world each year. They specialize in diverse fields of law, not just international law, and are renowned scholars in their countries and areas of interest. […]

Research Assistant for Prof. Bauer (Topic: Political Reform)

Project: Research and writing support for a project about the future of political reform.  Requirements:  no specific requirement of experience or courses already taken. Hours: 5 to 7 hours a week Application Deadline and Materials: Deadline May 31, 2021 Email Professor Bauer:  […]

May 14: Summer Rent Discount Program Application Deadline

Summer Rent Discount Program Application 2021 NYU Law is very pleased to announce a Summer Rent Discount Program for current students and 2020 graduates who plan to live in NYU School of Law summer housing while working in public interest […]

Summer 2021 Upper-Level Reading Groups

2L, 3L and LLM students have an exciting opportunity to join a summer semester Upper-Level Reading Group. The idea of this program is to pair small groups of students (no more than 12) with one or two JSD candidates, or […]

Global Programs in Spring 2022: Updates on NYU Law Abroad in Buenos Aires and Paris

The Office of Global Programs is pleased to share that the application cycle for Spring 2022 Law Abroad programs in Buenos Aires and Paris will run from August 23 through September 4, 2021.  Applications may be made by JD students […]

August 2021 MPRE International Site Testing Opportunities

NCBE will offer a limited number of international site testing opportunities to take the MPRE in August 2021 for candidates who are unable to travel to the United States. These will be offered at authorized international Pearson VUE Professional Centers […]

Become a DACA Volunteer

Make the Road New York is looking for bilingual (Spanish) law students who can help with their DACA program. Tasks: Virtual DACA screenings of first-time applicants Document review and communication with DACA eligible folks over missing documentation Assisting in form […]

Apr. 26: LLM Public Interest Fellowship

Current NYU Law LLM students are invited to apply for the LLM Public Interest Fellowship. Two Fellows will be selected to do 12 weeks of work at a host organization. Each Fellow will be provided with a stipend of $7000. […]

RA position: Kenji Yoshino (Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging)

Professor Kenji Yoshino is seeking applications from JD and LLM students for research assistant positions commencing in the Summer and/or Fall 2021. The positions are for academic credit. Professor Yoshino is co-writing a book with David Glasgow (Adjunct Professor and […]

Summer Research Assistant Needed – Graduate Lawyering Program

The Graduate Lawyering Program would like to hire a part-time Research Assistant for Summer 2021.  The Research Assistant will help us prepare and update course materials for our Introduction to US Law and Legal Practice courses and our Graduate Lawyering […]

Apr. 30: Call for Applications: NYU Cyber Scholarship and Latham & Watkins Award in Technology and Law

Call for Applications, due April 30th: NYU Cyber Scholarship and Latham & Watkins Award in Technology and Law   The NYU Center for Cybersecurity (CCS), a collaboration between NYU School of Law, the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and other NYU schools, is soliciting applications for […]

Apr. 23 Deadline: Public Citizen Law Essay Writing Competition

Public Citizen is pleased to announce the 2021 Law Essay Writing Competition. This year’s topic is “What is the role of the liability system in addressing Covid-19?” The prize for best student essay is $5,000. Essays must be submitted by […]

Spring 2021 final exams compliance deadline: April 29 at 12:00pm Eastern

It’s time to prepare your computer for final exams. Check your email for a message about compliance for both Exam4* and THES** exams and follow the instructions. Didn’t receive the email or need extra help? We’re here to help: […]

Apr. 19: Planning for Your Summer Internship in Civil Rights

Do you have an internship at a civil rights, impact litigation, or policy organization this summer? PILC invites you to join Clinical Professor Claudia Angelos, who teaches the Civil Rights and Racial Justice clinics, for a discussion about summer internships, […]

Apr. 20: Planning for Your Civil Legal Services Internship

Do you have an internship in a civil legal services office this summer? PILC invites you to join Natasia de Silva, Deputy Director for the Tenant Rights Coalition at Bronx Legal Services, for a discussion about civil legal services summer […]

Apr. 23: Gideon’s Promise Law School Partnership Project Information Sessions

Are you a first or second-year law student interested in becoming a public defender after graduation? If so, please join Gideon’s Promise for a virtual information sessions about applying to the Law School Partnership Project (LSPP) as a rising 3L. […]

May 1: Deadline for Submitting Outstanding Work from Prior Semesters (3Ls and Full-time LLMs)

As May 2021 graduation approaches, we write to remind you that it is imperative for students to submit their incomplete work from a prior semester to the faculty no later than May 1, 2021 (unless your professor has given you […]

Apr. 22 : Deadline to Drop a Course without a WD

The deadline for upper-year students to drop a Spring 2021 class is 4:45 pm New York Time on Thursday, April 22.  Important items: Submit a digital ticket to your program office by the deadline. Please log into COURSES and scroll […]

CORRECTION: Friday, April 30: Deadline to Elect JD Credit/Fail Option

Please note the correct deadline to select the Credit/Fail Option for Spring 2021 applicable classes is Friday, April 30 at 11:59 pm New York Time. You may elect to register for a total of two courses on a Credit/Fail basis […]

Apr. 22: Research Assistant for Prof. José Alvarez

Professor José Alvarez seeks a Research Assistant starting after exam period for spring term 2021 end and possibly extending into the fall term. The project, designed for either one or two non-graded credits or for pay, is to provide underlying […]

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 […]

NY Board of Law Examiners Answers Questions/ Remember to apply for the NY Bar Exam

NY Board of Law Examiners Answers QuestionsOn Monday, April 19, from 1-2 pm, Ms. Kenefick from the New York Board of Law Examiners will join us via zoom to answer questions about the NY Bar exam. All graduating students taking […]

Apr. 23 Deadline: Public Citizen Law Essay Writing Competition

Public Citizen is pleased to announce the 2021 Law Essay Writing Competition. This year’s topic is “What is the role of the liability system in addressing Covid-19?” The prize for best student essay is $5,000. Essays must be submitted by […]

Upcoming NYSBA Programs for Law Students

It’s (Always) Tax Day: A Law Student’s Guide To What Tax Lawyers Actually Do Date: April 15, 2021 Time: 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Register Here Tax Law is not necessarily what you would expect. It is a broad-based practice, with different substantive […]

Deadline Apr. 16: The Chesler Scholarship in Litigation

The Chesler Scholarship in Litigation is now accepting applications. The scholarship will grant $10,000 to one current 1L student enrolled at NYU Law to be applied to their 2L year. Applicants must demonstrate a talent for civil trial litigation. Applicants […]

LRAP Information Sessions

If you are thinking about a career in public interest law, let us show you how LRAP can work for you after graduation. The Office of Student Financial Services invites you to attend one of our upcoming LRAP Information Sessions.  […]

Reminder: Classes canceled on Monday, April 12 and Legislative Monday on Wednesday, April 14

I hope that the semester is going well. As a reminder, all Law School classes are canceled on Monday, April 12. Wednesday, April 14 is a Legislative Monday at the Law School. This means that Monday classes will be held […]

Apr. 13: Equal Justice Works Fellowship Information Session

Join Aoife Delargy Lowe, Director of Law School Engagement & Advocacy at Equal Justice Works (EJW), and incoming NYU Law EJW Fellows for this information session about the post-graduate EJW “Design Your Own” Fellowship. The EJW Fellowship is a two-year […]

Apr. 14: 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.   […]

Apr. 16: Planning for Your Summer in Public Defense

Do you have an internship in a public defender’s office this summer?  PILC invites you to join Professor Randy Hertz for an informative discussion about PD summer internships, including advice and tips for what to expect and how to prepare, […]