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The School has more than 50 full-time professors, each a highly accomplished scholar in his or her field, and more than 100 adjunct professors, leading practitioners drawn from New York City’s competitive legal marketplace. In addition, NYLS’s faculty emeriti remain connected to the School’s intellectual and scholarly community.

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Today on CBS News, Professor Kirk Burkhalter, Director of NYLS's 21st Century Policing Project (P21), shared his expertise and provided legal insight into the charges filed against five former Memphis police officers in the death of Tyre Nichols. Watch the segment here.

5 former Memphis police officers face murder charges in Tyre Nichols' death
Five former Memphis police officers have turned themselves in and are facing second-degree murder charges following the deadly arrest of Tyre Nichols. CBS News' Elise Preston reports from Memphis, and then Kurt Burkhalter, a professor at New York school of law, joins Lana Zak and Errol Barnett with....
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Congratulations to Professor Kris Franklin on her well-deserved Legacy in Leadership Award! Read more about the award here: bit.ly/3XngELm ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Professor Kris Franklin on her well-deserved Legacy in Leadership Award! Read more about the award here: bit.ly/3XngELm

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