...to growing interest from corporations that have sent their employees to earn LL.M.'s from NYU Law's Graduate Tax Program, which...
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New York's 15 law schools have opened their doors to what many deans describe as one of the most motivated first-year classes in memory. But with significantly fewer prospective students to go around
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Regarded as an expert in constitutional law, federal courts and national security law, Trevor Morrison brings to NYU experience in academia, private practice, clerkships and federal government work,
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Though the rise of "experiential learning" opportunities such as clinics, practicums and externships has continued for the past decade, the six law schools in New York that are bolstering their clini
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