Betsy Feuerstein '18

NYU Law Abroad in Paris: Dogs and Politics

Living abroad while in law school has enriched both my experience of Paris and my legal studies, inspiring me to wonder about such arcane subjects as dog laws.

Ajani Husbands '17

Revival of the African Law Association

In a student organization, you have an opportunity to craft programs that expose students to real-world practitioners in law, policy, grassroots activism, and a host of other areas.

Jonathan Levin '17

From Gaudi to Gama: My 1L Summer Job

My summer included an internship working with the Secretariat at The Hague Conference on Private International Law, and a chance to explore five countries in less than three months.

Darien Smith '16

Shanghai Surprises

Before leaving New York for Shanghai, I never imagined two bustling global financial centers 8,000 miles away from each other would be so similar.

Carter Nelson '16

How to Succeed in Finding the Right Summer Job By Really Trying

One of the perks of being a student at NYU Law is that the school’s respected reputation provides its students with many opportunities. My summer is a great example of the ample options available to students who are willing to be creative and work hard to find the opportunities they want.

Luping Zhang LLM '14

The Second-to-Last Song

For my last post as an NYU Law student, I decided not to talk about graduation but rather the things I wish I had done here during my LLM studies.

Kathleen Kaffer '15

Life in Shanghai

Time is flying by, and I am eager to continue to explore Shanghai and the neighboring areas. There is so much to see, it is never boring.

Kathleen Kaffer '15

Picturing Shanghai

When NYU announced it was creating the Shanghai study-abroad program, I knew that I had to go as soon as possible, and was lucky to be admitted as a 2L.

Annie Hillman '14

Greetings from Buenos Aires

I chose to apply to study abroad in Buenos Aires because the courses available offered a perfect mix of public interest, government, and private-sector topics, and because I wanted to improve my rusty Spanish while living somewhere I had never been.