NYLS is a founding member of Law Without Walls, an international, collaborative program for law students, law faculty, practitioners, and entrepreneurs. Click below for a sampling of news coverage.
Time.com, "Amid Changes, Law School Tries to Get Real"
The Chronicle of Higher Education, "A Seminar Connects Law Students Around the World"
The Future Ed Conference continues to generate significant coverage in various news outlets. Click below for a sampling of news stories.
The National Law Journal, "Consensus Emerging that Law School Model Is 'Is Not Sustainable'"
The American Lawyer, "In-house at the American Lawyer"
The Huffington Post, "Zed's Dead—Law, Finance, and the Future of Online Publishing"
AmLaw Daily, “Welcome to the Future: Are Law Schools ‘Beached’?”
New York Law Journal, “Project Urges Fundamental Changes in Law School Business Model” (link requires password)
TaxProf Blog, “The Future Ed Conference and Tenure”
Above the Law, “Just How Crappy is Legal Education Today?”
The National Law Journal, “Legal scholarship carries a high price tag”
The Chronicle of Higher Education, “Can Technology Save Legal Education?”
For more information on the Future Ed Conference, visit our conference website at www.nyls.edu/futureed.
The New York Times recently profiled Center alumnus David Raskin '94, focusing on his work as a federal terrorism prosecutor. Click here to read the January 13 story. Mr. Raskin also recently spoke at the Law School about his work as Chief of Terrorism and National Security in the U.S. Attorneys' Office for the Southern District of New York. In his March 4 discussion, he explained how terrorism investigations and prosecutions proceed. Drawing on his own experiences including the prosecution of Zacarias Moussaoui, who was convicted for his role in the September 11 attacks, he discussed some of the unique ethical issues that arise in the course of such cases.
Christine Garg ‘11, Affiliations: Foreign Law Firms’ Path Into India, New York Law School Review (2012)
Mara Slakas ’11, The Work Family Balance for Lesbian Lawyers, IILP Review 2011: The State of Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession (2011)
Anthony Bruno '09, Is Achieving Equal Educational Opportunity Possible? An Empirical Study of New York State Public Schools, St. John's Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development (2010)
Anthony Bruno '09, Preserving Attorney-Client Privilege in the Age of Electronic Discovery, 54 New York Law Law Review 541 (2009)
Andrew Rosenzweig '09, Mining for Metadata: The Ethical Implications for Lawyers, New York State Bar Association Law Student Connection Newsletter (2010)
Katherine Mikk '08, Making the Plaintiff's Bar Earn Its Keep: Rethinking the Hospital Incident Report, 53 New York Law School Law Review 133 (2008)
Erica L. Norey '07, Duty to Fill? Threats to Pharmacists' Professional and Business Discretion, 52 New York Law School Law Review 95 (2007)
Kevin Rubinstein '07, Internal Whistleblowing and Sarbanes-Oxley Section 806: Balancing the Interests of Employee and Employer, 52 New York Law School Law Review 637 (2007)
David A. Smiley '07, People v. Williams, 51New York Law School Law Review 444 (2006-07).
Joshua N. Leonardi '06, The National Employment Law Project, 50 New York Law School Law Review 579 (2005-06).
Barbara Yan '07, People v. Yu, 50 New York Law School Law Review 1023 (2005-06).
Jared Spitalnick '05, United States v. Irving, 49 New York Law School Law Review 425 (2004).
Abigail Zigman '06, In Re Adoption of Gustavo G., 49 New York Law School Law Review 1243 (2004).
Christine Aubin '05, United States v. Gayle, 48 New York Law School Law Review 847 (2004).
Roy G. Locke Jr. '06, Anthony v. City of New York, 48 New York Law School Law Review 647 (2003-04).
Christine Garg ’11 received the NYLS Alfred L. Rose award for excellence and the Trustee’s Prize for the highest grade point average.
Four Center students have received the New York State Bar Law Student Legal Ethics Award. The award is made in recognition of an extraordinary accomplishment in one of the following areas: (1) a proposal outlining how members of the Bar can demonstrate their commitment to professional responsibility or legal ethics; (2) a written article, essay or other exposition, on the subject of legal professional responsibility or legal ethics; or (3) a substantial action of activity in furtherance of legal professional responsibility or legal ethics, performed or instituted in the year of this competition. The following three students were chosen based on works written as part of the Center's seminar series: