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.
One of the advantages of being a part of the LLM student community is that when somebody gets an idea to travel somewhere or do something fun, you can just say, “I’m in,” and have a great plan for the weekend.
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.
Through the Women of Color Collective, on whose board I currently sit, I have met so many new people that I wouldn’t have met otherwise.
While the impact of Stranger Things certainly was felt in the immediate vicinity of Hollywood, the broader implications of exactly what Stranger Things meant—in both the context of the television market and our current episteme—may be felt on the benches of Washington Square Park.
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.
While it is safe to say most of us are ready for this election to be over and for our country to move forward, NYU Law has provided a great setting for debate, involvement, discussion, and—let’s be honest—commiseration about the issues being raised in this campaign.