We spoke to 2Ls and 3Ls to get their best advice for first-year students, and they offered words of encouragement from people who truly understand.
When it comes to advocacy, it’s a family business for Tanvir Ashraf. He’s fighting for members of the Taxi Workers Alliance—including his dad.
We hear from two Post-Conviction Innocence Clinic students who worked on behalf of a client whose release they secured.
“I had the opportunity to apply the rules of securities law to real cases in the Securities Arbitration Clinic.”
Take a look at some of NYLS’s top feature stories from around the law school community in 2022.
As finals come to an end, we write in response to requests from a number of you for recommendations of books to read over winter break.
In the December edition of Humans of NYLS, we sat down with four engaging law students, nominated by their peers, and got to know them as people and future legal professionals.
We sat down with New York Law School students in our Day Division and NYLS Pro Evening Division to find out what drew them to apply for law school.
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.