As a leader in tax law who has made exceptional contributions to her chosen profession, Professor Ann F. Thomas has been elected to the American College of Tax Counsel.
Inside NYLS’s Latest Work Protecting Housing Rights
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, NYLS’s Housing Rights Clinic has helped clients stay in their homes.
NYLS Earns Recognition From Billboard Magazine and Business Insider
NYLS was featured as among the “leading law schools of the top music lawyers” by Billboard and for its alumni presence at major law firms by Business Insider.
NYLS Hosts Mayoral Candidates Shaun Donovan and Art Chang
The conversation with Mr. Donovan focused on leadership and management. Mr. Chang’s portion dealt with technology and public policy.
NYLS Faculty Share Their Expertise on the Census Count, Policing, and the Derek Chauvin Trial
Adjunct Professor and Senior Fellow Jeff Wice, Professor Kirk Burkhalter ’04, and Professor Rebecca Roiphe recently appeared in the national media.
Mayoral Candidate Andrew Yang Answers Questions From Student Leaders
NYLS’s Law and Leadership mayoral series continued on April 28, with Andrew Yang. After Mr. Yang delivered an address, Dean Anthony W. Crowell moderated a question-and-answer session with four student leaders.
NYLS Hosts Address by Mayoral Candidate Maya Wiley
Titled “Managing Change in New York City,” the event drew over 100 attendees and featured questions from students.
Racial Justice Project Case Update: Judicial Inquiry into Eric Garner’s Death Could Begin on July 19
The development follows a discovery conference in the case yesterday.
NYLS Students Interview Mayoral Candidates Eric Adams and Kathryn Garcia
On April 14, NYLS hosted the first event in its series of student-led Law and Leadership Mayoral dialogues
Six Alumni Contribute to a Former Professor’s Book on Outsourcing Judicial Decision-Making
Professor Emeritus Michael Perlin is Co-Editor of a forthcoming book, “Justice Outsourced.” Six alumni, including Distinguished Adjunct Professor Heather Cucolo ’03, authored chapters.