Driving While Black and Latinx: Stops, Fines, Fees, and Unjust Debts

Statement by the NYLS Racial Justice Project on the State Legislature’s Passage of the Driver’s License Suspension Reform Act

In February 2020, the Racial Justice Project published an influential report on the stark racial disparities in traffic enforcement across New York.
Driving While Black and Latinx: Stops, Fines, Fees, and Unjust Debts

New Report Finds New York Has Severe Racial Disparities in Traffic Enforcement and Driver’s License Suspensions

A new report released today by the Racial Justice Project at New York Law School (NYLS) found that New Yorkers of color are disproportionately stopped, ticketed, arrested, charged, and convicted for traffic violations and driving on a suspended license.
NYLS Welcomes Legalweek2020

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.”
Professor Stephen J. Ellmann's Biography of Judge Arthur Chaskalson

Professor Stephen J. Ellmann’s Biography of Judge Arthur Chaskalson Published

Shortly before his death in March 2019, Professor Stephen J. Ellmann finished his masterwork: a biography of the late Judge Arthur Chaskalson, the first President of South Africa’s Constitutional Court and Professor Ellmann’s longtime friend.