Today, the U.S. Supreme Court departed from decades of case law that enabled colleges and universities to explicitly use race conscious admissions to help redress centuries of America’s history of racial discrimination and inequality.
June is Pride Month, in which we celebrate our nation’s extraordinary LGBTQ+ community. It has been held every year since the Stonewall Riots took place 54 years ago.
On June 19, our nation celebrates Juneteenth, the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.
Women have played a profound role in shaping New York Law School for decades, including our deeply impactful faculty leaders, extremely influential alumnae who are at the top of their profession, and a student body compromised of 62 percent women.
Today we recognize International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Anti-Semitism has been a scourge for many centuries, and the Holocaust and World War II was a singularly devastating event that nearly destroyed the Jewish people, and the entire world.
As we prepare for the new semester, we honor the memory of our nation’s most iconic civil rights leader, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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.
New York Law School is proud to be recognized as a leader in business law, criminal law, tax law, and racial justice.
New York Law School is proud to publish a special edition of the New York Law School Law Review, featuring groundbreaking scholarship by faculty who lead the School’s Race, Bias, and Advocacy course and racial justice programs.