In May of 2022, 99 law school deans signed a letter to the United States Congress imploring legislators to provide increased funding for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) to address what they called “the ever-growing justice gap in America.”
New York Law School is proud to be recognized as a leader in business law, criminal law, tax law, and racial justice.
After a 20-year battle, NYLS’s client, Mr. H., was finally granted asylum in the United States. From Indonesia to New York City, read about Mr. H.’s winding journey through an impossible immigration system and the NYLS students and faculty who helped him start a new life.
Judge Judy Sheindlin ’65 has had a remarkable legal career and blazed a trail for women in law. In an interview with New York Law School, she reflected on the changes to the legal landscape since the beginning of her career as well as her legacy and her enduring impact on the future of women in law.
Meet an alumnus who’s working hard to support his beloved New York City community and making tremendous strides in bettering the lives of his fellow New Yorkers.
At New York Law School, we’re extremely proud of our hometown and our vibrant neighborhood. We rounded up our Student Ambassadors’ favorite places to grab a meal in between classes or study sessions.
Nominated by Mayor Adams and confirmed by the City Council, Dean Anthony Crowell will serve the remainder of a five-year term while continuing his work leading New York Law School.
Following graduation from New York Law School, several postgraduate fellows are continuing their work in areas of social justice using skills they honed over their time at the School.
In preparation for a bright new school year, New York Law School welcomed its newest 1L students to a two-week orientation.
Distinguished Adjunct Professor Michael Pastor joined the Pathway To Success video series for an interview with host Valerie Phillips, Associate Partner and Head of Americas Legal Practice, Danos Associates.