A recent issue of preLaw magazine spotlights the benefits of attending an independent graduate institution like New York Law School.
NYLS’s Nonprofit and Small Business Clinic helps law students develop the knowledge and skills to handle a wide-range of transactional legal matters by working with nonprofits and small businesses throughout New York City.
NYLS’s Cyberharassment Clinic provides an unprecedented opportunity for law students to represent victims of online harassment.
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.
In the latest issue of preLaw magazine, New York Law School was named a top school for its programs in several key areas.
Dean Crowell joined dozens of law school deans across the country to issue a public statement in support of Attorney General Garland’s statement urging the legal community to provide support in the coming housing and eviction crisis.
Philips device users, the Civil Rights and Disability Justice Clinic at NYLS, and more than two dozen disability rights organizations and advocates, sent a letter to Philips Respironics requesting immediate action to repair, replace, and offer guidance to medical professionals on recalled devices relied upon by many users for life-sustaining care.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, NYLS’s Housing Rights Clinic has helped clients stay in their homes.
Professor Wilson is an accomplished civil rights attorney who has litigated cases involving disability rights, discriminatory policing, and racial justice.
The prestigious two-year fellowship places recent law graduates in host organizations dedicated to supporting immigrants’ rights and representing those in need.