CityLaw Breakfast Series
Jeremy Travis will speak on “Crime and Justice Trends: The New York City Story 1981-2018” at the 160th CityLaw Breakfast on March 8.
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NYLS will host the New York Asylum and Immigration Law Conference on International Women’s Day.
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Cathy Yoon ’07 From Big Banking to Blockchain Startup
Phillips, CEO of Infor and a member of NYLS’s Board of Trustees was named No. 4 on The Software Report’s “Top 50 Tech Services CEO’s of 2019” list.
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Five Things to Know About
NYLS’s Associate Dean for Admissions and Professional Development offers tips for building a strong foundation for a successful career in today’s marketplace.
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News and Events
NYLS Finishes Second in National Immigration Law Competition
Danney Salvatierra 3L and Kelly Burke 3L, coached by Olivia Robertson 3L, took second place in New York University’s National Immigration Law Competition.
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Read the Latest Edition of “LGBT Law Notes”
Keep up with legal developments affecting the LGBT Community with this monthly publication edited by NYLS Professor Arthur Leonard.
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Post-Conviction Innocence Clinic Wins New Hearing for Client
A favorable decision from a state appeals court brings a longtime client closer to vacating his 1997 conviction.
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Amelia Persaud 3L Named Black Law Students Association’s Northeast Region President of the Year
Persaud largely credits her success as a BLSA chapter president to the support of the Black lawyer community.
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