The 2020–21 academic year was fully remote for the Asylum Clinic. Though many of the eight clinic students have never met in real life, they learned to work as a team and to advocate tirelessly for their clients.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, NYLS’s Housing Rights Clinic has helped clients stay in their homes.
The conversation with Mr. Donovan focused on leadership and management. Mr. Chang’s portion dealt with technology and public policy.
NYLS’s Law and Leadership mayoral series continued on April 28, with Andrew Yang. After Mr. Yang delivered an address, Dean Anthony W. Crowell moderated a question-and-answer session with four student leaders.
Titled “Managing Change in New York City,” the event drew over 100 attendees and featured questions from students.
Kacia Wilson 2L is one of just seven law students nationwide featured in The National Jurist’s “Law Students of the Year.”
On April 14, NYLS hosted the first event in its series of student-led Law and Leadership Mayoral dialogues
Three members of NYLS’s Class of 2021 recently shared their experiences at the School in a new Q&A video.
The forums, to be held on April 14 and 28, will allow students to directly interact with candidates on the topic of leadership and management.
NYLS students source-checked and edited journal articles written by leading scholars and practitioners, researched and analyzed state laws across the country, and monitored important cases—all while working remotely.