New York Law School's Professor Kim Hawkins and Caitlin Mcguire with the delegation from the Philippines.

New York Law School Shares Experiential Learning Expertise With Delegation From the Philippines

“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.
2023 Health Law Scholars Lauren Roth, Tomar Pierson-Brown, Britney Wilson, and Anjali Deshmukh

Professor Britney Wilson Presents Pathbreaking Work-in-Progress

In September of this year, Associate Professor of Law and Civil Rights and Disability Justice Clinic Director Britney Wilson delivered a presentation on her paper-in-progress, “Predisposed: Race, Disability, and Death Investigations,” at the 22nd Annual Health Law Scholars Workshop.
Henry Smith, October 2 is Wrongful Conviction Day

Post-Conviction Innocence Clinic Honors International Wrongful Conviction Day

The Post-Conviction Innocence Clinic (PCIC) at New York Law School’s Plumeri Center is a proud member of the Innocence Network—and alongside our fellow members, we will honor the 10th Annual International Wrongful Conviction Day on October 2.