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.
Scholarship from New York Law School’s esteemed faculty, collections of the School’s many publications, archival documents from the School’s history, and so much more have made their way around the globe as NYLS’s Digital Commons reached a new milestone: one million global downloads.
The Mendik Library librarians have created a selection of books and recent research that delve deeper into Black history and its impacts with regard to the judiciary, civil rights, policing, property ownership, and other areas of law and society.
Today we recognize International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Anti-Semitism has been a scourge for many centuries, and the Holocaust and World War II was a singularly devastating event that nearly destroyed the Jewish people, and the entire world.
As we prepare for the new semester, we honor the memory of our nation’s most iconic civil rights leader, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) held its Annual Meeting in San Diego, California from January 3–7, 2023. The Meeting’s theme centered around, “How Law Schools Can Make a Difference,” and New York Law School was very well represented.
In May of 2022, 99 law school deans signed a letter to the United States Congress imploring legislators to provide increased funding for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) to address what they called “the ever-growing justice gap in America.”
Take a look at some of NYLS’s top feature stories from around the law school community in 2022.
New York Law School is proud to be recognized as a leader in business law, criminal law, tax law, and racial justice.
Thanksgiving is a quintessential American holiday—a time to join together, reflect, and express gratitude for all that we have, big and small.