The Advanced Communications Law & Policy Institute (ACLP) at New York Law School focuses on identifying and promoting constructive debate of the key regulatory issues facing the wireline, wireless, broadband, and IP platforms, collectively known as the advanced communications sector. ACLP’s mission is to promote robust, solution-oriented dialogues amongst state and federal policy makers, industry, and academe concerning the issues presented in a constantly evolving advanced communications landscape.
The Clinical Research Institute, sponsored by New York Law School and edited by Rick Marsico and Stephen Ellmann, is a part of the Legal Scholarship Network, which in turn is part of SSRN, the Social Science Research Network. SSRN is a website on which scholars from around the world post their work, including works-in-progress and also published pieces, so that their scholarship is readily available to other scholars. In other words, it is a way of bringing scholarship to others' attention, not only because we all want our work noticed, but also so that readers can learn from the pieces they download and authors can learn from the feedback they receive.
The Clinical Research Institute is one of the newer elements of SSRN, but we are hoping that it will become a very active one. We will be happy to post any work of clinical scholarship, from clinicians in the United States and elsewhere. There is no fee to either the authors of posted works or to those who download them. Anyone who is presenting a paper at a clinical conference, such as an AALS workshop or a regional clinical meeting, or at one of the clinical scholarship workshop series now meeting in various parts of the country, would be welcome to post his or her work; so would authors who simply have drafts which they would like others to be able to read.
Please do not hesitate to contact Rick Marsico if you have any questions about the Clinical Research Institute. If you have a piece you would like posted, please contact Claire Voulgarelis (212-431-2845 or firstname.lastname@example.org) at New York Law School. She will be happy to take you through the quite modest steps involved in posting your article.
The Media Center is New York Law School's home for the study of telecommunications, media and new media law and policy. It is one of the nation's oldest training programs for media lawyers and the only one that offers a digital video lab for the production of visual media relating to justice and the law. Founded twenty-five years ago, the Center sponsors pedagogy, scholarship and projects relating to the intersection between evolving communication and information technologies and the laws that regulate them.
The New Century Institute, incorporated in the State of New York in 1999, is a private think tank dedicated to the advancement of human dignity values for and the world community. It seeks to facilitate better understanding of U.S.-Taiwan relations, the United Nations, human rights, and world affairs through educational and cultural activities, such as symposia, seminars, workshops, conferences, speeches, training programs, joint projects, and the exchange of visits. In addition, the Institute seeks to foster research and publication concerned with in relation to the , the United Nations, human rights, and world affairs.