“There are real differences in the way that lawyers get trained internationally,” Dean Hawkins says. Since most legal education in the Philippines is on a part-time basis with an emphasis on evening classes, the delegation was particularly curious about NYLS’s Evening Division experiential learning opportunities.
In September of this year, Associate Professor of Law and Civil Rights and Disability Justice Clinic Director Britney Wilson delivered a presentation on her paper-in-progress, “Predisposed: Race, Disability, and Death Investigations,” at the 22nd Annual Health Law Scholars Workshop.
Rest is a nonnegotiable aspect of wellness. So, while you’re developing your studying routines and building your lawyering skills, it’s critical that you also spend time creating your version of rest.
NYLS is proud to be recognized for its public service, family law, and human rights law programs in preLaw magazine’s back-to-school issue.
“We want our incoming students to come away from the NYLS Orientation feeling supported, comfortable, and confident for the start of their legal education,” Assistant Dean of Students Shani Darby says.
Professor Wilson answers the NYLS 10—10 questions about her work, her interests, her worries, and the things she looks forward to.
From major deals to late night flights after class, these are the alumni, faculty, and current students who are making major moves in the sports world
New York Law School faculty are dedicated educators and renowned experts in their respective fields. Read more about a selection of our full-time faculty’s scholarship and professional achievements from Academic Year 2022–23.
Campus was abuzz this spring with remarkable opportunities to engage with experts across industries, for legal scholars and practitioners to come together and advance scholarship in their fields, and for law students to put to practice their leadership and legal skills.
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.