..., Adjunct Professor of Journalism, CUNY, NYU and Adjunct Professor of Law, NYLS Daniel Hurteau, Partner, Nixon Peabody Bert Pogrebin...
A change in methodology for U.S. News & World Report's latest survey, involving the weight given to schools' success at landing their graduates in jobs, has lead to few changes among the top schools,
Nine former students who allege New York Law School inflated its postgraduate employment statistics to trick them into enrolling have asked the state Court of Appeals to review a decision by the Appe
Edward Koch was a sometimes polarizing figure during the 12 years he served as New York City's mayor, but legal observers praised his efforts to remove politics as a factor in judicial appointment
Thomas A. Dickerson and Jeffrey A. Cohen, associate justices of the Second Department, and Kenneth A. Manning, a partner with Phillips Lytle, write: Recently, New York courts ruled on a variety of im
Although criticizing New York Law School for being "less than candid," a state appeals panel yesterday affirmed the dismissal of a class action lawsuit accusing the school of misleading potential stu
Anthony W. Crowell, Dean and President; Professor of Law, responds: Lawyers are leaders, and constitute the ranks of middle and high level management, in government and business alike, and we need to
The program will allow students to engage in plea negotiations, prepare witnesses and participate in suppression hearings and bench trials in the Manhattan Criminal Court's Quality of Life part under
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