What is Law New?

Law new is a term that is often used by law firms looking to expand their services and offer clients the help they need in new ways. It can mean many things from embracing technology to offering a non traditional form of fee structure. The idea is that a well thought out plan making use of these methods can help a legal firm grow without hurting other areas that might be the primary focus of a practice. It’s an important concept that all legal firms should understand and consider.

NYU Law welcomes alumni back to campus for social and academic gatherings as part of Reunion weekend, April 19-21.

NYU Law is preparing to launch its inaugural Environmental Justice Laboratory, an incubator for law students to work on real-world environmental justice projects and to develop solutions for a range of problems impacting low income communities.

The Division of Human Rights is hosting a panel discussion about the current state of diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and the work that needs to be done to ensure a more diverse and inclusive workforce.

New York City agencies must provide employees and job applicants with notices regarding student loan forgiveness programs under this bill. It would also require DCWP to prepare a list of federal and State loan forgiveness programs that are available for certain City agency employees. Read Bill

This bill amends the City’s data breach notification laws to align them with requirements under New York State law. It requires City agencies to promptly disclose a security breach involving personal information of individuals, and the identity of those persons, to the Chief Privacy Officer and the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications, among other departments.

NYU Law welcomes Devon Carbado as a visiting assistant professor of criminal procedure, specializing in law and order and social justice, effective August 31, 2022.

This month, the NYU Law School will host a series of panels on diversity and inclusion in the legal profession, with a particular focus on racial and ethnic disparities. The events will bring together a wide range of community stakeholders for discussions about the issues and potential solutions. The panelists will share their experiences and perspectives on the challenges facing the legal profession. They will also discuss their visions of what can be done to promote a more diverse and inclusive workplace.