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.
The Fines & Fees Justice Center, located at NYLS, has received a generation donation to support the organization’s efforts to restore integrity to the U.S. justice system by eliminating the harmful and unjust impacts of fines and fees.
Professor Kirk Burkhalter reflects on the research that fueled the development of NYLS Pro to fit the needs of the busy 21st-century professional, as well as his own experiences with the Evening Division.
The New York Law School community congratulates Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on her historic Senate confirmation to the United States Supreme Court.
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.
Television icon Judge Judy Sheindlin ’65 will give the keynote address for NYLS’s first traditional in-person commencement ceremony in three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we’ve compiled a sampling of articles from our archives that highlight women and law.
Filler and this year’s class join 165 other members of the Hall of Fame, which was established in 2005.
PreLaw Magazine’s Winter 2022 issue honored the work of our community in three distinguished areas: 25 Most Innovative Schools, Leaders in Public Policy, and Best Schools for Hispanics.
Trustee Ross F. Moskowitz ’84 and Adjunct Professor Jeffrey M. Wice are among “the age disruptors who changed New York” named in City & State’s new “50 Over 50” list.