This past summer, we traveled to Argentina for the Women in the Law Conference at the University of Buenos Aires.
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.
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.
Normally people hear the phrase “bending the rules” and think of skirting a process or going outside the lines. In the world of administrative law, though, bending the rules is part of the process.
The NYU Art Law Society hosted a lecture by David Shields, the author of a provocative new book about the glamorizing of war through photography.
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.
I was correct to be “clinically” excited for 3L year, as my experience in NYU’s Business Law Transactions Clinic has been even more fulfilling than I anticipated!