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State of the Law School Address and Reunion Awards
April 23-25, 2021 NYU Law Reunion Dean Trevor Morrison delivered Law School updates and introduced the Reunion awards ceremony, which recognized the achievements of a select group of alumni: • Amal Clooney LLM ’01, barrister at Doughty Street...

Politics, Power, and Women’s Leadership: Panel 1 - Rebuilding Better
March 5, 2021 Speakers: • Sylvia Law ’68 (moderator), Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law, Medicine, and Psychiatry Emerita, NYU School of Law • Melissa Boteach, Vice President of Child Care and Early Learning, National Women’s Law Cent...

Politics, Power, and Women’s Leadership: Panel 2 - Maintaining Momentum
March 5, 2021 Speakers: • Kelly Dittmar, PhD (moderator), Associate Professor of Political Science, Rutgers-Camden; Director of Research and Scholar, Center for American Women and Politics, Rutgers-New Brunswick • Amanda Brown Lierman, Execut...

Politics, Power, and Women’s Leadership: Keynote – Being the Leader You Want to See in the World
March 5, 2021 As the keynote for the symposium, Representative Katie Porter (CA-45) discussed women's leadership with Melissa Murray, Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law and faculty director of the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network. ...

2021 Sidley Austin Forum: Making Progress Amidst Polarization
June 16, 2021 The polarized politics of the times raises the core question of whether--and how-- our leaders can overcome partisan conflicts to address major challenges facing the nation. In her address, Senator Amy Klobuchar detailed the requiremen...

#MeToo Panel: Beyond Diversifying Your Board
April 21, 2021 NYU Law’s Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement and the Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network hosted this conversation with the Beyond #MeToo Working Group on Corporate Governance, Compliance, and Risk. As new rules and ...

Gender Expression and Client Service in the Courtroom Program
March 15, 2021 Especially when clients face a loss of life or liberty, what balance of conformity to expectations and authenticity results in the most effective advocacy from attorneys who don’t fit the straight white cisgender male norm that judg...

NYU Law Forum: The SPAC Craze: A Critical Assessment
June 16, 2021 NYU Law Forum, sponsored by Latham & Watkins For the past year, SPACs have been the hottest thing on Wall Street. Legions of private companies seeking public capital have done so through SPACs, which have been touted as faster, easier,...

Insanity Defense: Congresswoman Jane Harman in Conversation with Andrew Weissmann
June 9, 2021 The Reiss Center on Law and Security hosted this virtual discussion with former Congresswoman Jane Harman, former CEO of the Wilson Center and former ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, in conversation with Andrew Weissm...

OK Boomer, Let’s Talk: Making Peace in the Generation Wars
April 8, 2021 Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging In her book, "OK Boomer, Let’s Talk" (2020), NYU Law alum Jill Filipovic ‘08 explores generational inequalities across a range of subjects—from jobs to housing, climate to technology...

NYU Law Venture Fund: Venture Investing in Sustainability
March 18, 2021 NYU Law Venture Fund The NYU Law Venture Fund hosted this conversation about venture investing in sustainability with Matt Walker ’07, managing director at S2G Ventures. S2G Ventures is a Chicago-based investment firm focused on foo...

2021 Jacob K. Javits Professorship Lecture: Democracy, Inequality, and Civil Unrest
March 30, 2021 Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law The 2020-21 Jacob K. Javits Professorship Lecture, titled “Democracy, Inequality, and Civil Unrest,” was given by jointly by Deborah Archer, Professor of Clinical Law and Co-Faculty Director...

Women Leaders in Cybersecurity: Privacy 2021
March 2, 2021 A panel of experts met for a timely overview of critical privacy issues impacting cybersecurity for 2021, including data transparency and security; navigating international regulations; remote workforce programs; employer contact traci...

Lawyers and Democracy: Whose Side Were They On?
NYU Law Forum March 31, 2021 Lawyers have long played a vital role in assuring the fair and equitable functioning of our democracy, including through challenges to voting rules and election administration. But before and after the 2020 election, som...

Could the Internet Break Democracy?
NYU Law Forum April 15, 2021 Could free speech, long considered a defining element of liberal democracy, also bring about its undoing? In recent years, a deluge of falsehoods, conspiracy theories, foreign-government sponsored disinformation, and hat...

Law Women Honors Susan Herman '74
February 11, 2021 Law Women continued their tradition of honoring alumnae who have been ground-breakers in the field of law. The 2021 Law Women Alumna of the Year Award was presented to Susan Herman '74, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Professor of Law at Brook...

Women of Color Collective Honors Chantá Parker '06
February 24, 2021 The Women of Color Collective (WoCC) continued their tradition of honoring alumnae of color for their outstanding achievements in the field of law. The 2021 WoCC Woman of Distinction Award was presented to Chantá Parker '06, manag...

The SolarWinds Breach: What Happened and Where Do We Go From Here?
March 24, 2021 NYU Law Forum In early 2020, the company SolarWinds suffered a massive cybersecurity breach of its software that went undetected for many months and had the effect of compromising a number of US government agencies in addition to man...

Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network Book Talk: "Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue..."
March 22, 2021 Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network The Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network and the NYU Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation hosted this book talk for the upcoming book, "Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue...

NYU Annual Survey of American Law 2021 Dedication: Justice Elena Kagan
March 9, 2021 NYU Annual Survey of American Law This year the 78th Volume of the NYU Annual Survey of American Law was dedicated to the Honorable Elena Kagan, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Tributes to Justice Kagan w...

Fireside Chat with IRS Commissioner Charles P. Rettig LLM '82 & Professor Bryan C. Skarlatos LLM ’91
November 23, 2020 The NYU Law Graduate Tax Program hosted a fireside chat with the Commissioner of the IRS, Charles P. Rettig LLM ’82, and Bryan C. Skarlatos LLM ’91, adjunct professor of law, NYU Law and partner, Kostelanetz & Fink, This con...

OUTLaw Honors Justice Lynn Nakamoto ’85 and Robert Raben ’88
January 28, 2021 At this virtual event, OUTLaw awarded the Hon. Lynn Nakamoto ’85, justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and Robert Raben ’88, president and founder of the Raben Group with 2021 OUTLaw of the Year Awards. This award is given to di...

NYU Law Venture Fund: Conversation with Eric Berry ’08
February 22, 2021 NYU Law Venture Fund: A Conversation with Anthony Thomas and Eric Berry '08 The NYU Law Venture Fund hosted this virtual conversation with Eric Berry ’08, co-founder and CEO of TripleLift. Berry discussed his background in law a...

NYU Law Venture Fund: Paul Appelbaum '98
Paul Appelbaum '98 on knowing your clients and their needs

NYU Law Venture Fund: Bob Gold '84
Bob Gold '84 on finding a scalable idea

NYU Law Venture Fund: D.K. Smith '16
D.K. Smith '16 on overcoming analysis paralysis

NYU Law Venture Fund: Riley Jones '20
Riley Jones '20 on the value of grace under pressure

NYU Law Venture Fund: Brandon Nelson '99
Brandon Nelson '99 on focusing your mission and believing in it

NYU Law Venture Fund: Nick Goss '13 and Jake Yormak '13
Nick Goss '13 and Jake Yormak '13 on how law school teaches you to read contracts and question everything

NYU Law Venture Fund: Brandon Nelson '99
Brandon Nelson '99 on how issue spotting and other skills honed in legal training contribute to success

NYU Law Venture Fund: Alexandra Fung '08
Alexandra Fung '08 on how a lawyer's analytical skills complement entrepreneurial vision

NYU Law Venture Fund: Paul Appelbaum '98
Paul Appelbaum '98 on how legal training prepares you to make a solid business plan

NYU Law Venture Fund: D.K. Smith '16
D.K. Smith '16 on how lawyers have an advantage—being able to argue effectively and efficiently

NYU Law Venture Fund: Bob Gold '84
Bob Gold '84 on his journey from political science major to Ridgewood Capital

NYU Law Venture Fund: Riley Jones '20
Riley Jones '20 on starting a business in college and growing it in law school

NYU Law Venture Fund: Nick Goss '13 and Jake Yormak '13
Nick Goss '13 and Jake Yormak '13 on founding Parallel Markets and Story Ventures, respectively

NYU Law Venture Fund: Alexandra Fung '08
Alexandra Fung '08 on her transition from immigration lawyer to Upparent CEO and co-founder

Women Leaders in Cybersecurity: Cybersecurity 2021
December 9, 2020 Center for Cybersecurity The fifth annual Women Leaders in Cybersecurity event featured topics including public health; insider threats; algorithmic bias; facial recognition and surveillance technologies; and civil and criminal liab...

NYU Law Forum: The Crisis in Washington
January 15, 2021 Dean Trevor Morrison moderated this discussion among NYU Law experts in constitutional law, criminal law, and national security to address the urgent concerns raised by recent and ongoing events in Washington. The NYU Law Forum is ...

The Corruption Virus in Arbitration
November 19, 2020 Center for Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Commercial Law Speakers: • Jennifer Lim, Sidley Austin , Singapore • Jeremy Sharpe, Ottawa • Kevin Davis, NYU Law Moderator: • Dirk De Meulemeester, DMDB Law, Brus...

The 25th Derrick Bell Lecture on Race in American Society: Jasmine Gonzales Rose
November 12, 2020 The NYU Law Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law and the Office of Development and Alumni Relations hosted the annual Derrick Bell Lecture on Race in American Society. Jasmine Gonzales Rose, Professor of Law at Boston Univer...

NYU Law Venture Fund: Freedom from a Firm
November 11, 2020 NYU Law Venture Fund: Freedom from a Firm—Transitioning from a Traditional Legal Practice to a Tech Company In this conversation, Vinay Jain ’09, vice president and senior counsel at American Express, and David Pashman ’97, g...

Feminism, Women's Leadership, and the Barrett Confirmation
November 16, 2020 Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network The Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network and A Better Balance hosted a conversation about the gendered implications of the Barrett Supreme Court confirmation process. The panelists discussed ...

The 2020 Election, Part II: Where Things Stand
November 20, 2020 NYU Law Forum, sponsored by Latham & Watkins At this Forum, the same panelists who discussed key issues around voting shortly before the election reconvened two-and-a-half weeks after Election Day. Panelists assessed how the elect...

NYU Law Graduate Tax Program's 75th Anniversary: Alumni Faculty Panel
April 24, 2020 A panel of NYU Law faculty convened in celebration of the Graduate Tax Program's 75th anniversary. The discussion was moderated by Steven Dean, the program’s faculty director, and included Professors Noël Cunningham LLM ’75, Dav...

Where Do We Go From Here?: Looking Ahead to 2021
November 5, 2020 Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law Candice Jones ‘07, President and CEO, Public Welfare Foundation, Kim Taylor-Thompson, Professor of Clinical Law, NYU Law and Anthony Thompson, Professor of Clinical Law and Co-Faculty Direct...

NYU Law Venture Fund: Conversation with Brandon Nelson ’99
October 28, 2020 NYU Law Venture Fund The NYU Law Venture Fund hosted a virtual conversation with Brandon Nelson ’99, general counsel and corporate secretary at JetBlue. Nelson discussed his current role, JetBlue’s venture capital arm JetBlue Te...

Women's Leadership in the Age of COVID-19
October 27, 2020 Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Renowned Harvard Business School scholar, Robin Ely, has conducted groundbreaking research on work-life balance and gender inequality in the workplace. In this discussion, Professor Ely...

2020 James Madison Lecture: Judge James A. Wynn Jr.
October 19, 2020 James Madison Lecture The annual James Madison Lecture was presented by Judge James A. Wynn Jr., United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. This lecture was titled, "When Judges and Justices Throw Out Tools: Judicial A...

Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation
October 13, 2020 NYU Law Forum, sponsored by Latham & Watkins For two years, Andrew Weissmann served as a senior member of the team assembled by Robert Mueller to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 US election. In his new book, "Where Law...

Literature and Inequality with Dan Shaviro
October 15, 2020 Author and Wayne Perry Professor of Taxation Daniel N. Shaviro discussed his new book, "Literature and Inequality: Nine Perspectives from the Napoleonic Era through the First Gilded Age" (Anthem Press) with Branko Milanovic, Stone ...

2020 James Madison Lecture: James A. Wynn Jr.
October 19, 2020 James Madison Lecture The annual James Madison Lecture was presented by Judge James A. Wynn Jr., United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. His lecture was titled, "When Judges and Justices Throw Out Tools: Judicial Ac...

NYU Law Venture Fund: A Conversation with Esther Dominguez ’97
September 15, 2020 NYU Law Venture Fund The NYU Law Venture Fund hosted this virtual conversation with Esther Dominguez ’97, general counsel at .406 Ventures. Dominguez discussed her legal career at venture backed and public companies in the high...

NYU Law Venture Fund: Conversation with Felicity Conrad ’13
September 24, 2020 NYU Law Venture Fund The NYU Law Venture Fund hosted this virtual conversation with Felicity Conrad ’13, co-founder and CEO of Paladin. Conrad discussed her journey from graduating law school to co-founding Paladin, and its wor...

NYU Law Venture Fund: Starting a Legal Tech Startup out of Law School
October 7, 2020 NYU Law Venture Fund The NYU Law Venture Fund hosted this virtual conversation with Jerry Ting, founder and chief executive officer of Evisort. Ting discussed starting a legal tech startup out of law school. Founded out of Harvard La...

Race, Religion, and the Presidential Election
October 8, 2020 Center on Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging In this discussion, political scientists John Sides and Michael Tesler, co-authors of "Identity Crisis: The 2016 Presidential Campaign and the Battle for the Meaning of America" (2018) j...

Sustainable Finance
October 1, 2020 Economic Policy Conference Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance With threats from climate change upon us, investors are increasingly calling for public companies to provide disclosure of environmental risks and for our fina...

The Future of the American Worker
October 1, 2020 Economic Policy Conference Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, what concrete changes to the American worker’s experience should we expect and ask of corporate and political leadership ...

Corporate Resilience
October 1, 2020 Economic Policy Conference Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance Despite a decade of economic growth, many corporations–as well as the economy at large–were unprepared for the COVID-19 crisis. Panelists discussed how to ...

Small Business
October 1, 2020 Economic Policy Conference Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance Small businesses across the country have been decimated by the COVID-19 crisis. Panelists discussed the best ways to preserve and revive American small busines...

Closing Conversation: Crisis Response
October 1, 2020 Economic Policy Conference Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance Panelists examined how policy-makers should approach the twin public health and economic challenges of the COVID-19 crisis. Moderator: • Robert J. Jacks...

Labor and Corporate Governance
October 1, 2020 Economic Policy Conference Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance Economic growth in recent decades has not consistently benefited American workers. Panelists explored the question 'what is the best way of securing greater ga...

The CISG’s Impact on International Commercial Law
September 15, 2020 Center for Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Commercial Law To mark the 40th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), NYU’s Center for Transnational Litigati...

Black Lives Matter, Inc.
September 17, 2020 Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Speaker Series Pamela Newkirk, professor of journalism at NYU and author of "Diversity, Inc: The Failed Promise of a Billion-Dollar Business" (2019), was joined in conversation by Pro...

Where Do We Go From Here?: A Conversation About the Future of Race and Inequality in America
July 30, 2020 Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law Faculty Co-Directors of NYU Law’s Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law, Professor Deborah Archer and Professor Anthony Thompson, discussed the dynamics of racism and inequality, the national...

Let's Talk Baseball: Then and Now with John Sexton and Arthur Miller
July 21, 2020 NYU Law Alumni Association John Sexton, president emeritus, NYU; dean emeritus and Benjamin F. Butler Professor of Law, NYU School of Law; and author of "Baseball as a Road to God" met virtually with Arthur Miller, University Professo...

Journalist Adam Cohen on Injustice at the Supreme Court
February 27, 2020 Brennan Center for Justice In recent years, the Supreme Court has empowered moneyed interests to wield disproportionate influence in elections, gutted the Voting Rights Act, and upheld President Trump’s travel ban. These decision...

George Washington: You Never Forget Your First - But You Do Misremember Him
How did George Washington view the presidency? What might he think of U.S. politics today? And what lessons does he offer for the challenges ahead? Historian Alexis Coe examines America’s first president in a freshly humanizing light. Her new book,...

Election Expert Richard L. Hasen on Voters’ Distrust
February 4, 2020 Brennan Center for Justice Americans are increasingly questioning the fairness and accuracy of US elections. In this discussion, law professor Richard L. Hasen examined four sources of voters’ distrust: voter suppression, poor ele...

Legislative Solutions, Individual Rights, and the Question of Government Intervention
March 2, 2020 When Seeing Isn't Believing: Deepfakes and the Law NYU Center for Cybersecurity and the NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy What larger legislative, regulatory, and legal problems do deepfakes pose? Three states have already ena...

Global Implications of False Information for National and International Security and Human Rights
March 2, 2020 When Seeing Isn't Believing: Deepfakes and the Law NYU Center for Cybersecurity and the NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy This discussion addressed how terrorist organizations have used, and continue to use, false information ...

The Front Line: Big Tech, Fake News, and Private Industry's Deepfake Detection Problem
March 2, 2020 When Seeing Isn't Believing: Deepfakes and the Law NYU Center for Cybersecurity and the NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy This panel focused on the actors on the front line: platforms and media organizations that publish and d...

Keynote: Kathryn Harrison, Founder & CEO, DeepTrust Alliance
March 2, 2020 When Seeing Isn't Believing: Deepfakes and the Law NYU Center for Cybersecurity and the NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy Kathryn Harrison is the founder and CEO of the DeepTrust Alliance, a non-profit building the solutions a...

Future Possibilities: Paving the Path Forward for Reparations
February 19, 2020 The Past, Present, and Future of Reparations NYU Review of Law & Social Change For hundreds of years, the law has maintained racial injustice and curtailed meaningful remedies for reparative justice in the United States. This Collo...

Current Efforts to Fight for Reparations
February 19, 2020 The Past, Present, and Future of Reparations NYU Review of Law & Social Change For hundreds of years, the law has maintained racial injustice and curtailed meaningful remedies for reparative justice in the United States. This Collo...

Setting the Stage for Reparations
February 19, 2020 The Past, Present, and Future of Reparations NYU Review of Law & Social Change For hundreds of years, the law has maintained racial injustice and curtailed meaningful remedies for reparative justice in the United States. This Collo...

The Enduring Problem of School Segregation
More than half a century after Brown v. Board of Education, the fight for integrated schools has yet to be won. Across the United States, school systems remain racially segregated, and seemingly progressive cities are no exception. Produced by the Ce...

Housing Law Externship
As COVID-19 buffets the United States, NYU Law faculty and students have taken action to help vulnerable populations. Professors Sateesh Nori and Julia McNally as well as clinical student Rachel Riegelhaupt ’21 discussed how NYU Law's Housing Law ...

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