The stakes were high in the final argument of this year’s Orison S. Marden Moot Court Competition.
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.
Behind any event is countless hours of preparation and hard work—but being able to create a great event from the ground up made it worth all the effort.
Although law schools have attempted to diversify their student bodies over the years, a recent study casts strong doubt as to the effectiveness of these initiatives with respect to socioeconomic diversity. I offer my perspective on the issue based on my realization that I am among the 5%.
Debating between attending either NYU or Columbia Law School? Rather than relying on a Magic 8 Ball, read this post, based on both facts and the perspectives of students from each school, to discover the differences and make your decision.
Something about being in the midst of my 3L year makes me take a reflective look back at my time at NYU Law, and I realize that being on a journal really is one my favorite things about law school.
All J.D. students must fulfill the Substantial Writing requirement, writing an extensive paper on a topic of their choosing. Time for me to tackle this thing head on.
One of the Big Things I Wanted To Do at NYU Law was to join a journal’s staff. Little did I know, I would have to first pass an obstacle of Herculean proportions – learning to use the Bluebook.
The air was bursting with Spring in Washington Square Park. Of course, we weren’t there to enjoy the weather. No, I was with fellow journal members, and we were discussing what I had to fix in my 10,000-word paper.