Oct. 2: Careers in Criminal Defense – A Conversation with Scott Hechinger and Sarah Lustbader

Are you a 1L interested in criminal defense but undecided about whether to pursue client-centered defense work or policy reform work?  Join Professor Rachel Barkow in conversation with Scott Hechinger ’10 and Sarah Lustbader ’10 as they discuss their careers […]

Puerto Rican Bar Association Scholarship

The Puerto Rican Bar Association is offering scholarships to Puerto Rican and Latinx law students who demonstrate financial hardship. Please see their website for qualifications, the application, and more information: link. For questions contact Robert Brande in the office of […]

International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition

NYU will be coaching a team to participate in the 28th edition of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, which will take place virtually this year. It is a unique competition that is designed to foster an interest […]

Sep. 27: Apply for the Women’s Leadership Fellows Program

The application for the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network’s Women’s Leadership Fellows Program (WLFP), open to 1L JD students, closes Sunday, September 27, at 4:00 p.m. EDT. The cohort will be selected on or before Thursday, November 5. The WLFP is a co-curricular leadership development […]

RA for Professor Posner

Paid Research Assistant Opportunity The NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights is seeking a student to assist Professor Michael Posner with his work, specifically writing human rights opinion pieces and other miscellaneous materials. The Center is active in facilitating conversations around human rights and […]

Sept. 18-21: Apply to Public Interest Employers Interviewing 2Ls and 3Ls in Fall OCI

Overview: Fall OCI is a seven week recruiting program administered via CSM/Symplicity (https://law-nyu-csm.symplicity.com/students) during which public sector employers interview 2Ls for summer internships and 3Ls for post-graduate jobs.  This year, interviews will be taking place via Zoom. Week 5 Employers: The following employers will […]

Sept. 21: Pro Bono Requirement Info Session

To be admitted to the New York State Bar, all students must complete at least 50 hours of eligible pro bono work. Attend this information session with PILC to learn what counts, what doesn’t count, how to find pro bono […]

Sept. 22: PILC and Bernstein Institute for Human Rights Lunch

Join the Public Interest Law Center and the Robert L. Bernstein Institute for Human Rights for a virtual  lunch with Abigail Moy and a discussion of human rights and legal empowerment.  Abigail Moy is the Director of the Legal Empowerment […]

Sept. 25: Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship Info Session

Please join PILC for an information session on the Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship (http://justicecorps.org/fellowship/). We will be joined by IJC staff. This event is open to 3L, 2L, and 1L students. Applications for the IJC Fellowship are due October 28. […]

Call for Applications: Human Rights Scholars Program 2020-2021 – Deadline Extended

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, including those commencing in Spring 2021. The program offers the opportunity for students to contribute […]

RA for Professor Garland (Criminal Justice)

Professor David Garland would like to hire a Research Assistant for part-time work (5-10 hours per week) during the Fall and perhaps the Spring semesters. The work will involve gathering and summarizing materials on prison abolitionism, de-funding the police, and […]

RA for Graduate Lawyering – Alice Burke

Graduate Lawyering Program faculty member Alice Burke is seeking a Research Assistant for the fall 2020 semester to assist in developing a line of cases and sample practice exam answers for the introductory LLM course Introduction to U.S. Law and Legal Practice, and to develop new course […]

Sept. 11-14: Apply to Public Interest Employers Interviewing 2Ls and 3Ls in Fall OCI

Overview: Fall OCI is a seven week recruiting program administered via CSM/Symplicity (https://law-nyu-csm.symplicity.com/students) during which public sector employers interview 2Ls for summer internships and 3Ls for post-graduate jobs.  This year, interviews will be taking place via Zoom. Week 4 Employers: The following employers will […]

Sept. 14: Twenty-Fourth Annual Attorney General Robert Abrams Public Service Lecture

Please join PILC for the Twenty-Fourth Annual Attorney General Robert Abrams Public Service Lecture. Each year, a prominent public figure who has performed exemplary public service addresses the students, faculty, alumni, and friends of New York University School of Law.  […]

Sept. 14: International Post-Graduate Fellowships Info Session for JDs

Thinking about a career in international law? This info session is for 2L and 3L students who are interested in international post-graduate public interest fellowships. We will discuss the Masiyiwa-Bernstein Fellowships, the Arthur Helton Global Human Rights Fellowship, the International […]

Important Tips on How to Join a Class Zoom Session

It has come to our attention that some of you have experienced difficulty joining a class session in Zoom. The IT Department has provided a check list outlining the steps to take to properly join a class session.  Following these […]

Hauser Global Faculty Course Offerings for Spring 2021

The Hauser Global Law School Program will welcome a number of leading law professors from around the world as Global Faculty for the 2021 Spring semester. They specialize in diverse fields of law, not just international law, and are renowned scholars in their […]

OGA/ACP: Two Paper Writing Events with Professor Alvarez (9/24)

Graduate Affairs (OGA) and the Academic Careers Program (ACP) present: So you want to write a research paper . . . Thursday, September 24, 8:45 – 9:30 a.m. Have a seminar paper due and don’t know where to start?  Don’t […]

Computer compliance for exams

Please check your computer now to make sure it can be used for the 7-week and December final exams. Only these operating systems are permitted: Windows Mac Windows 10 (up to 2004) macOS 10.15.x Catalina Windows 8.1 macOS 10.14.6 Mojave […]

Sep. 14: ACP Job Camp 2020

Job Camp is an event for members of the NYU Law community who are on the law teaching market. It is open to all NYU Law students, graduates, and affiliates who are interested in learning more about legal academia. Job […]

Sept. 4-8: Apply to Public Interest Employers Interviewing 2Ls and 3Ls in Fall OCI

Overview: Fall OCI is a seven week recruiting program administered via CSM/Symplicity (https://law-nyu-csm.symplicity.com/students) during which public sector employers interview 2Ls for summer internships and 3Ls for post-graduate jobs.  This year, interviews will be taking place via Zoom. Week 3 Employers: The following employers will […]

Sept. 8-11: PILC Week: An Introduction to Public Interest Lawyering

PILC presents PILC Week: An Introduction to Public Interest Lawyering – an event for 1Ls, 2Ls, and 3Ls to kick off the fall semester. Jump-start your career planning for the year, get nuts and bolts advice from alumni practitioners, concluding in an […]

Sept. 11: Legal Services NYC’s Bankruptcy Assistance Project Pro Bono Training

The New York City Bankruptcy Assistance Project (NYC BAP) is part of Legal Services NYC, the largest provider of civil legal services in the United States. Legal volunteers work to save New York’s most vulnerable residents from wage garnishments, property […]

Pro Bono Opportunity – Daylight

Daylight is a justice collective that began with an idea that justice work should cross disciplines, sectors, and national boundaries. Justice is not defined by law, political institutions, or international standards. Instead, Daylight looks to build community justice by strengthening culturally […]

Legislative Monday on Wednesday, September 9, 2020

To:       Law School CommunityFrom:  Michelle L. Kirkland, Assistant Dean for Academic Services and RegistrationDate:   September 4, 2020Re:       Legislative Monday on Wednesday, September 9, 2020 and Offices Closing Early on Friday, September 4, 2020 The University (and all Law […]

Library Tax Research Sessions

Tax research is specialized. Come and learn what research tools the library has to make that research process easier. Included in this orientation is instruction on how to use Tax Notes, Checkpoint, Cheetah and IBFD. The library is offering three different dates and times for this Zoom session. […]

REMINDER: Legislative Monday on Wednesday, September 9, 2020

To:       Law School CommunityFrom:  Michelle L. Kirkland, Assistant Dean for Academic Services and RegistrationDate:   September 8, 2020Re:      REMINDER: Legislative Monday on Wednesday, September 9, 2020 Wednesday, September 9 is a Legislative Monday at the Law School. This means […]

RA for Jason Schultz in trade secrecy

The research project focuses largely on trade secrecy and federal administrative law, but will also touch on constitutional law, privacy, property, and contracts. Subject matter areas of focus will likely be health, transportation and energy. Submit resume, transcript and short […]

Sept. 14: October 2020 MPRE – Application Deadline

The deadline to sign up for the October MPRE date is quickly approaching. Remember, you can sit for the MPRE even though you have not completed your Professional Responsibility class. See the basic MPRE application deadlines below, but please check the […]

Reminder: COURSES – Fall 2020 Daily Cycles Ends Thursday, September 3 at 9:30am New York Time

To:      All Upper- Level StudentsFrom: Michelle L. Kirkland, Assistant Dean for Academic Services and RegistrationDate:  September 2, 2020                                                                    Re: REMINDER: COURSES – Fall 2020 Daily Cycles Ends Thursday, September 3 at 9:30am New York Time Last Daily CycleFall […]