Did I ever think going to law school would afford me the opportunity to study for four months in China? Never!
The long-deserved winter break is a time to relax—right? Maybe….
I found a welcoming student body, helpful professors, and a few unexpected gems that affirmed my decision to transfer.
Music may be an effective way to help you endure those late library nights. Without further ado, I present the ultimate late-night outlining playlist.
If you discover the stress of the exam period is more than you expected, you are not alone. But the NYU Law community is prepared to share and ameliorate the burden.
Transferring after your 1L year is a daunting but thrilling experience.
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.
Law school is often characterized by vague, fear-inducing comments (i.e., the common, ominous advice “Don’t go to law school”). It’s time for a change.
For those unaware, on Gray Day the Law School Admission Test scores are released.
They say 1L is the busiest and craziest year of law school, but I’d have to argue that the period between the last month of 1L and the first month of 2L has been the busiest, craziest, and best period of law school so far.
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.
For students who want a jumpstart on being in a full-time working environment, NYU School of Law offers several options to take 14-credit clinics during 3L year. The structure allows for a year’s worth of real-world experience while still keeping […]
Performing well in a law school classroom depends on many different variables.
The stakes were high in the final argument of this year’s Orison S. Marden Moot Court Competition.
NYU Law has a great network of pro bono programs for students to consider.
There may be no way to eliminate stress when you’re studying for law school exams, but NYU Law goes out of its way to help take the edge off.
When I want to stop working but am too lazy to leave the NYU Law library, I go into the stacks and try to find the strangest book I can.
Every US law student will make an outline at some point. So what exactly is an outline?