New York Law School (NYLS) Dean and President Anthony W. Crowell and Professor Ross Sandler, Founder and Director of the Center for New York City Law, announced the appointment of Ben Max as the Center for New York City Law’s Executive Editor and Program Director.
Professor Wilson answers the NYLS 10—10 questions about her work, her interests, her worries, and the things she looks forward to.
In this installment, we caught up with Nicole M. Mozee ’16, who is about to embark on a new career as a full-time faculty member at the newly opened Wilmington University School of Law.
A group of Access-A-Ride participants, on behalf of the more than 170,000 people registered for the service within the five boroughs of New York City, today filed suit against the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) for discrimination over practices that do not provide them with equitable access to transit.
We are pleased to announce that Justice Carolyn Walker-Diallo ’03 has been appointed a Senior Fellow in New York Law School’s Law and Leadership Institute. She will teach a new and unique workshop series titled “Behind the Bench” to New York Law School students this summer.
The Honorable Kathy Hochul, 57th Governor of the State of New York, will deliver the keynote address and receive an honorary degree at New York Law School’s 131st Commencement Ceremony.
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 (NYLS) Dean Anthony W. Crowell today announced that Professor Molly Guptill Manning, has been appointed as Associate Professor of Law.
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.
New York Law School announced today it is receiving a historic $10 million gift from Arthur and Diane Abbey, totaling $17 million from them in charitable giving to the Law School over 60 years. As lifelong champions of the Law Achool, NYLS’s main academic building will be named “Abbey Hall.”