The Patent Law Clinic (PLC) at New York Law School (NYLS) recently secured a United States patent for their client, Mr. Karl C. Clarke.
A crucial work detailing the power of language as a tool of both resistance and unity, The War of Words focuses on American troops’ fight against censorship through the expansive troop newspaper program.
“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.
“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.
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.
Dean Heidi K. Brown will focus on helping students meet the new writing demands that the NextGen Bar Exam will place on graduates, as well as the modern writing demands placed on new lawyers by the profession.
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Lynn Boepple Su as our inaugural Dean for Advocacy and Co-Curricular Programs. Dean Su will oversee, coordinate, and continue to build our highly successful Advocacy Program.
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.
The Patent Law Clinic (PLC) at New York Law School recently assisted one of their nonprofit organization clients to obtain a U.S. patent for their critical product—one that will change lives in Central Africa.