After a semester of classes with Street Law Clinic students, high school students from the Charter High School for Law and Social Justice came to NYLS to show off their skills in a moot court competition.
After a 20-year battle, NYLS’s client, Mr. H., was finally granted asylum in the United States. From Indonesia to New York City, read about Mr. H.’s winding journey through an impossible immigration system and the NYLS students and faculty who helped him start a new life.
New York Law School is proud to publish a special edition of the New York Law School Law Review, featuring groundbreaking scholarship by faculty who lead the School’s Race, Bias, and Advocacy course and racial justice programs.
In preLaw magazine’s 2022 Back to School issue, New York Law School (NYLS) was recognized for its exceptional programs in several key areas.
Nominated by Mayor Adams and confirmed by the City Council, Dean Anthony Crowell will serve the remainder of a five-year term while continuing his work leading New York Law School.
Catch up on some of the spring programs, events, and achievements from 185 West Broadway.
New York Law School faculty are dedicated educators and renowned experts in their respective fields. Their scholarship and professional achievements advance the rule of law and legal educational excellence in New York and across the nation.
In preparation for a bright new school year, New York Law School welcomed its newest 1L students to a two-week orientation.
Distinguished Adjunct Professor Michael Pastor joined the Pathway To Success video series for an interview with host Valerie Phillips, Associate Partner and Head of Americas Legal Practice, Danos Associates.
New York Law School’s Joe Plumeri Center for Social Justice and Economic Opportunity is proud to receive New York State’s Justice for Heroes grant, which provides funding for law schools that offer innovative programs to assist service members, veterans, and military families with legal services.