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.
New York Law School’s Joe Plumeri Center for Social Justice and Economic Opportunity is proud to receive New York State’s Justice for Heroes grant, which provides funding for law schools that offer innovative programs to assist service members, veterans, and military families with legal services.
New York Law School congratulates Anthony Perrotto ’14 on his appointment as Board President of the LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York (LeGaL).
New York Law School Trustee Professor of Law Rebecca Roiphe has made a number of media appearances in recent weeks, offering expertise on everything from the January 6 hearings to Supreme Court rulings on gun laws to celebrity chef Mario Batali’s sexual misconduct trial.
Camille Broussard, Associate Dean and Library Director at New York Law School’s Mendik Library, was honored by American Association of Law Libraries with an AALL Hall of Fame Award in the organization’s 2022 award cycle.
For the first time since 2019, New York Law School graduates convened in person for the 130th Commencement Exercises—a joyful return to in-person ceremony and celebration.
Gay City News, New York City’s weekly LGBTQ+ newspaper, won first prize in the New York Press Association Better Newspaper Contest for coverage of crime, policing, and courts. The award included Professor Emeritus Arthur S. Leonard’s article “Supreme Court Unanimously Rules for Catholic Social Services in Foster Care Policy Dispute” about the Fulton v. City of Philadelphia case.
The Ford Foundation has awarded New York Law School’s Civil Rights and Disability Justice Clinic a generous grant to support the Clinic’s work over the next three years. The award will help propel the Clinic in its critical advocacy for civil rights.