New York Law School is honored to be acknowledged in preLaw magazine’s spring 2023 issue. The magazine recognized NYLS for our practical training, environmental law, intellectual property, and alternative dispute resolution programming.
The New York Law School community is thrilled to see E. Drew Britcher ’84 named one of Lawdragon’s 500 Leading Consumer Plaintiff Lawyers in America.
“It’s a beautiful day to graduate law school,” Dean and President Anthony W. Crowell said, to the cheers of graduates, loved ones, and the NYLS community.
New York Law School is delighted to be honored in preLaw magazine’s winter 2023 issue. preLaw assigned NYLS top grades for our public policy, trial advocacy, real estate law, government law, and technology law programs.
Women have played a profound role in shaping New York Law School for decades, including our deeply impactful faculty leaders, extremely influential alumnae who are at the top of their profession, and a student body compromised of 62 percent women.
New York Law School is proud to congratulate alumna Heidi Goldsmith ’21 Evening on her feature in Weil Quarterly.
We got to know Jordan Eyal ’17, who has dedicated her life to service and community. Read on to learn about her biggest influences, her time at NYLS, and her work with an innovative new program addressing over-incarceration in New York City.
Scholarship from New York Law School’s esteemed faculty, collections of the School’s many publications, archival documents from the School’s history, and so much more have made their way around the globe as NYLS’s Digital Commons reached a new milestone: one million global downloads.
We spoke to 2Ls, 3Ls, and 4L evening students to get their best advice for first-year students, and they offered words of encouragement from people who truly understand.
When it comes to advocacy, it’s a family business for Tanvir Ashraf ’23. He’s fighting for members of the Taxi Workers Alliance—including his dad.