Students in the NYLS Civil Rights and Disability Justice Clinic share their experiences at the 2023 Summit on Climate, Environmental Justice, Racism, and the Law.
The Patent Law Clinic (PLC) at New York Law School (NYLS) recently secured a United States patent for their client, Mr. Karl C. Clarke.
Since most legal education in the Philippines is on a part-time basis, the delegation was particularly curious about NYLS’s Evening Division experiential learning opportunities.
We spoke with five NYLS students who discussed their recent legal internships and what they learned from their experiences.
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.
NYLS is proud to be recognized for its public service, family law, and human rights law programs in preLaw magazine’s back-to-school issue.
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.
New York Law School is honored to be acknowledged in preLaw magazine’s spring 2023 issue. The magazine recognized NYLS for our practical training, environmental law, intellectual property, and alternative dispute resolution programming.
Dean Heidi K. Brown will focus on helping students meet the new writing demands that the NextGen Bar Exam will place on graduates, as well as the modern writing demands placed on new lawyers by the profession.
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Lynn Boepple Su as our inaugural Dean for Advocacy and Co-Curricular Programs. Dean Su will oversee, coordinate, and continue to build our highly successful Advocacy Program.