Asylum Clinic student Rich McKeon ’24 is busy representing a client who faces untenable circumstances in his home country.
In the April edition of Humans of NYLS, meet four of our dynamic students, nominated by their peers, and learn about their diverse array of interests and passions—both inside and outside of the classroom.
The Dispute Resolution Team’s Natalie Klein ’24 and Austin LaBorwit ’23 recount their accomplishments at the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) International Commercial Mediation Competition in Paris.
From intellectual property and public policy to managing financial crime risk and writing novels, learn more about the interests that shape four of our dynamic students, nominated by their peers, in the March edition of Humans of NYLS.
The Patent Law Clinic (PLC) at New York Law School recently assisted one of their nonprofit organization clients to obtain a U.S. patent for their critical product—one that will change lives in Central Africa.
In the February edition of Humans of NYLS, we sat down with four engaging law students, nominated by their peers, and got to know them as people—both inside and outside of the legal profession.
The Mendik Library librarians have created a selection of books and recent research that delve deeper into Black history and its impacts with regard to the judiciary, civil rights, policing, property ownership, and other areas of law and society.
We spoke to 2Ls, 3Ls, and 4L evening students 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 ’23. 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.