Experiential learning in law school has provided me with the added benefit of gaining real-world experience working with causes that I have become passionate about.
The High School Law Institute is a student-run organization at NYU Law that teaches high school students about the law and instills confidence in them as budding legal thinkers.
Two weeks ago we got to argue before all three big players in the world of antitrust enforcement, representing NYU at the Global Antitrust Institute Invitational Moot Court Competition.
NYU’s Latino Law Students Association and the Latino Institute for Human Rights presented an inaugural, joint symposium creating an unprecedented space for policy analysts, lawyers, and community organizers to discuss themselves.
Here are some first-hand accounts from NYU Law students about this year’s Guarini Government Summer Series featuring prominent alumni in Washington, D.C.
I had no idea what to expect going into my summer position at the FBI. Heck, I wasn’t even sure I would be working there until two weeks before my expected start date—they were still adjudicating my clearance and talking to every roommate, neighbor, and employer I had interacted with in the last seven years. When I got the email at the end of May that yes, I would be allowed in the building, and no, they didn’t uncover anything they wanted to arrest me for, I breathed a big sigh of relief—and immediately commenced worrying about everything else.