Life at NYU Law makes me look back at three moments I have experienced in the City That Never Sleeps.
Here are some holiday-themed activities all around New York that won’t take up too much time from finals season, ordered from least to most time-consuming.
From a southerner to future southerners dreading that New York winter, I have some bits of advice that I’ve heard over and over the past few months.
My jaw dropped. I looked at everyone to confirm that I hadn’t utterly lost my mind, and then I spat out, “I’m so sorry, I am in your way,” stepping to the side with as much grace as an elephant with vertigo.
As we leave these idyllic surroundings, we inherit a world that is divided: a world of hatred and imperfect leaders where representation by the legal profession is required more than ever. We need to go out there and ensure we do justice to what we have learned here.
As part of his Land Use Regulation course, Professor Roderick M. Hills, Jr. requires all students to attend a land use hearing and write a memo on the experience. Attending a hearing, as it turned out, was one of the most interesting experiences I’ve had so far in law school.