Rolling Deadline: Alan Klinger Summer Fellowship at ADL

The national office of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is currently hiring an Alan Klinger Legal Fellow for summer 2024. The Alan Klinger Legal Fellow will work with ADL’s legal team, including the Senior Counsel, the Associate General Counsel, and the National Affairs team, on various projects related to […]

Become a Student Fellow at the US-Asia Law Institute (USALI)

Name of Professor: Katherine Wilhelm, U.S.-Asia Law Institute Location of Office and Phone Number: Wilf 508, 212-992-8124 Name of Professor’s Staff Assistant: Stephany Ramos Nature of Research: Become a student fellow at the U.S.-Asia Law Institute (USALI). The institute offers […]

LRAP Plus Information Sessions

The Office of Student Financial Services invites JD students considering a career in public service to attend one of our LRAP Plus Information Sessions. Available to all graduates interested in careers in public service, these sessions will go over LRAP […]

Clerkship Mentoring Program Applications Now Open

Applications are due on Monday, April 8. The Judicial Clerkship Office is excited to announce the Clerkship Mentoring Program for 1L students that will provide faculty and alumni mentoring and advice designed to support students typically underrepresented in the clerkship […]

JD Degree Requirements

As noted on the Law School’s website in the J.D. Regulations and Requirements section, students must complete the following to graduate with the J.D. degree: • A minimum of 83 credits. Please note that if you have taken a class outside of […]

Reminder: May 1 – Deadline for Submitting Outstanding Work from Prior Semesters

As May 2024 graduation approaches, we want to remind 3L students that it is imperative for you to submit incomplete work from a prior semester to the faculty no later than May 1, 2024 (unless your professor requires an earlier […]

National Library Week: Instructional Session

Do you want a refresher on legal research? Or maybe you want to learn some new skills before your summer program? This week, the Law Library is hosting a legal research training (via Zoom) to better prepare you for practice. […]

National Library Week: Freebies and Name-the-Scanner Contest

In honor of National Library Week, stop by the library for freebies from some of your favorite legal information services providers, including Bloomberg Law, LexisNexis, Westlaw, Wolters Kluwer, Practicing Law Institute, and the Federal Depository Library Program. Also, don’t forget […]

Apr. 9: Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship Information Session

Join us to learn about the IJC Justice Fellowship, which provides matches new lawyers with immigrant justice organizations across the country and funds their work for two years. In addition to the fellowship funding, IJC offers its fellows training and […]

Tax Law Review Information Session

Professor Kane will be holding an information session on April 9th for all 1L students interested in learning about 2L student editorial opportunities on Tax Law Review. The session is open to all 1L students; no prior background in taxation […]

2024-25 NYU CCS Cyber Scholarship – Applications Now Open

The Center for Cybersecurity (CCS) has opened the application process to current 1L and 2L NYU Law Students for the 2024-25 Cyber Scholars program. The Cyber Scholars program is designed to help train a new generation of cybersecurity professionals for […]

Apr. 19: The Guernica 37 Centre’s Internship Program Special Thematic Call – Summer 2024

G37Thematic_Internship-2024-legal-research The Guernica 37 Centre is looking for a law student, who has demonstrated a strong commitment to advocacy and scholarship related to the protection of human rights, and the promotion of justice and accountability for atrocity crimes, to conduct […]

The Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship

The New York Bar Foundation is currently accepting applications for the Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship. One scholarship of $5,000 will be awarded to a law school student who excels in legal writing and advocacy skills. Applications are open to […]

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey Scholarships

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey is currently accepting scholarship applications. Six scholarships of $10,000 each will be awarded to students who hope to have careers protecting our natural resources. Applicants must be New Jersey residents and have a cumulative […]

$15k Summer Funding Opportunity: Abby Lyn Gillette Fellowship

Applications for the 2024 Abby Lyn Gillette Fellowship are now being accepted, through Sunday, April 7, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Applicants will be notified of the decision in mid-April.   The Abby Lyn Gillette Fellowship within the Birnbaum Women’s […]

Mar. 26: Equal Justice Works Fellowship Information Session

Brooke Meckler, EJW’s Director of Law School Engagement & Advocacy, will discuss EJW’s post-graduate fellowship programs, in particular their Design-Your-Own Fellowship, which funds new lawyers for two-years to execute a novel legal project with a partner organization. NYU’s incoming 2024 […]

Law Library Survey – Chance to Win $25 NYU Bookstore Gift Card

Do you have thoughts on how the NYU Law Library can be improved? Do you want a chance to win a $25 NYU Bookstore gift card? Take a few minutes and fill out a short survey to let us know […]

Naming Contest – Chance to Win $20 NYU Bookstore Gift Card

The NYU Law Library needs your help! We have three scanners that need names. Send us your suggestions for names until 12:00PM on Wednesday, April 3. Anyone is welcome to submit suggestions! And current members of the NYU community who […]

Apr. 4: Rose Sheinberg Luncheon with Imani Perry

Thursday, April 4th | 11:45AM-1:00PM | Location TBD Each year, the Rose Sheinberg Committee invites someone working on cutting-edge issues of gender, race and class to spend a day at the Law School, meet with students, faculty, and the larger […]

Apr. 4: Rose Sheinberg Lecture — Race & the Dis/Abling State with Imani Perry

Thursday, April 4 | 5:30 PM | Vanderbilt Hall, Room 220 The Rose Sheinberg Committee, NYU Law’s project on cutting edge issues of gender, race, and class, is excited to host Imani Perry, a MacArthur award-winning interdisciplinary scholar and writer […]

Zimroth Center Annual Conference: Prosecutorial Misconduct in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office

The Zimroth Center invites you to the 2024 Zimroth Center Annual Conference. The event will occur on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, from 9:00 AM to 12:45 PM in the Greenberg Lounge of Vanderbilt Hall at NYU Law School.   This […]

Apr. 05: Summer Teacher Assistant Positions with the Graduate Lawyering Program – Apply now

Summer Teaching Assistants The Graduate Lawyering Program in conjunction with the Office of Graduate Affairs is looking for Teaching Assistants (TAs) during August 2024. Please see the position descriptions below. If you are a current LLM student and are interested […]

April 11: General Counsel Career Paths in Tech and VC – Presented by the NYU Law EVC Program

The  Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital Program is hosting an in-person evening panel with alumni working at the intersection of law, technology, and venture capital. Join us for a candid discussion as they share their unique career journeys from NYU Law […]

March 26: Understanding Start-Up Valuations and Term Sheets – A Workshop Presented by the NYU Law EVC Program

The  Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital Program is hosting an in-person evening workshop to provide an introduction to early stage venture capital valuations and term sheets. The workshop will focus on understanding pre- and post-money valuations and how these terms are […]

The Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship

The New York Bar Foundation is currently accepting applications for the Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship. One scholarship of $5,000 will be awarded to a law school student who excels in legal writing and advocacy skills. Applications are open to […]

Mar. 28: NYU Elizabeth Frankel Immigrant Rights Fellowship

The NYU Elizabeth Frankel Immigrant Rights Fellowship provides funding for NYU JD candidates pursuing a summer internship in immigrant services. The Fellowship was established in honor of the late Elizabeth Frankel ’05, Associate Director of the Young Center for Immigrant […]

REMINDER: Massachusetts July 2024 Bar – Nonstandard Testing Accommodation

For students planning to take the Massachusetts bar examination in July 2024, please note that the nonstandard testing accommodation application deadline for the July 2024 bar examination is April 1, 2024.   Information on what the Massachusetts Board of Bar […]

NOTE: The Application Deadline for the July 2024 – New York Bar Exam

Hello, We want to make sure you know the dates for the New York Bar Exam application. Students sitting for the July 2024 Bar must apply between March 1 and March 31, 2024. See: Dates of Bar Exam      […]

March Madness – Library Study Space Edition

Join the NYU Law Library for March Madness from March 26 – March 28, and vote for your favorite study space in the law library. To vote, check out the NYU Law Library Instagram Story @nyulawlibrary from 9am – 5pm.

76th Anniversary NYU Conference on Labor & Employment Law

Wednesday, May 22– Thursday, May 23, 2024 8:45 AM – 4:30 PM Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall 40 Washington Square South   Join the NYU Center for Labor and Employment Law’s lead conference on labor and employment law and policy. Hear […]