Rest is a nonnegotiable aspect of wellness. So, while you’re developing your studying routines and building your lawyering skills, it’s critical that you also spend time creating your version of rest.
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.
Earlier this summer, New York Law School Assistant Professor of Law Amy Wallace and Suzanna Neal ’24 traveled to Uzbekistan for the first-ever Uzbekistan Street Law Academy.
“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.
This spring, New York Law School students took part in the school’s week-long Mini-M.B.A. program, the flagship initiative of NYLS’s James Tricarico Jr. Institute for the Business of Law and In-House Counsel.
Congratulations to Wendy Zeng ’25 and Esfandiar Zoujaji ’25 on their selection as recipients of the 2023 New York City Bar Association’s Diversity Fellowship.
Our New York Law School (NYLS) students have a broad array of dreams and passions—both on campus and out in the wider world. We sat down with three of our students, nominated by their peers, in the graduation edition of Humans of NYLS.
“It’s a beautiful day to graduate law school,” Dean and President Anthony W. Crowell said, to the cheers of graduates, loved ones, and the NYLS community.
In April, 11 law students from the Free University of Berlin in Germany visited New York Law School to learn about the American criminal legal system and the work that NYLS’s Criminal Defense Clinic does to advocate for indigent New Yorkers who are accused of misdemeanor crimes.
The Moot Court Association’s Alexandra Adams ’23 and Max Skidelsky ’23 share their recent achievements at the National Moot Court Competition in Law and Religion.