The National Association of Standalone Graduate Schools, a first-of-its-kind coalition, will offer a collective voice and platform for independent graduate institutions while serving as a source of innovative partnerships and strategies.
As Legalweek 2020 Begins, New York Law School Welcomes Industry Leaders to Campus, Engages Students in Legalweek Activities, and Announces Plans for Spring 2020
NYLS announced new programs and activities in coordination with the start of Legalweek 2020. In 2018, preLaw magazine ranked NYLS No. 8 of 30 “Top Schools for Legal Technology.”
New York Law School Launches New York Census and Redistricting Institute Ahead of Critical 2020 Census and State and City Redistricting
New York, NY (November 7, 2019) – New York Law School (NYLS) today announced the launch of its New York Census and Redistricting Institute. The Institute will engage and educate public institutions, nonprofit organizations, and the public about law and policy relating to the national census in 2020 and subsequent city and state redistricting. It is the first institute of its kind for a New York City academic institution and will provide unique and timely research opportunities for NYLS students.
NYLS and Suffolk County D.A.’s Office Awarded $275K Grant to Investigate Wrongful Conviction Claims
(SUFFOLK COUNTY, N.Y.) – Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini and New York Law School (NYLS) today announced that the District Attorney’s Office’s Conviction Integrity Bureau has been awarded more than $849,000 in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Justice to aid in the investigation of wrongful conviction claims, including a $275,000 partnership grant awarded to the District Attorney’s Office and NYLS.
NYLS and the Interfaith Center of New York Announce New Partnership and 2019–20 Training Programs
NYLS and ICNY Are Collaborating on Religious Diversity Education Programs That Will Benefit Students, Practicing Lawyers, and the City’s Diverse Religious Communities New York, NY (October 17, 2019) – New York Law School (NYLS) and the Interfaith Center of New York (ICNY) today announced…
“If You’re Like Me, You Can’t Sit By”: The New York Times Spotlights Professor Benson and the Safe Passage Project
A recent New York Times column spotlights Professor Lenni Benson and the Safe Passage Project, the nonprofit she founded at NYLS.