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Crane Collapses In New York; One Person Reported Dead; Law School Closed

The pictures and video of the emergency scene capture the scope of the damage.

In Defense of Ted Cruz’s Quip About “New York Values”

As a born-and-raised New Yorker finishing up law school in the Midwest before getting ready to permanently take my oversized cowboy boot collection and Gadsden Flag paraphernalia down to Texas later this year, I want to chime in on the “New York values” feud from last night’s Republican Presidential debate. Show More Summary

Tribeca Real Estate Bails Out New York Law School Amidst 50% Decline In Revenues, Enrollment

Crain's New York Business, Booming TriBeCa Real Estate Lifts New York Law School: It turns out the decision 50 years ago to locate New York Law School in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood might just bolster the institution's finances for the future. The private school, founded in 1891, sold $139 million of...

Morning Docket: 01.13.16

Has the dearth of law school applicants finally pinched Harvard Law? [Bloomberg Business] Meanwhile, New York Law School is doing just fine... thanks to its savvy real estate moves. [Crain's New York Business] Amal Clooney sighting in D.C. Show More Summary

Ari David Glogower, NYU VAP, To Join Ohio State Tax Faculty

Ari David Glogower, Acting Assistant Professor of Tax Law at NYU, will join the Ohio State tenure-track tax faculty in August 2016: Before joining the NYU School of Law faculty, Ari Glogower worked as a tax associate in the New York office of Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP, where he advised...

Booming TriBeCa real estate saves New York Law School

It turns out the decision 50 years ago to locate New York Law School in Manhattan's TriBeCa neighborhood might just bolster the institution's finances for the future. The private school, founded in... To view the full story, click the title link.

Here’s What Happened When A Law School Dean Challenged A U.S. News Ranker

Blake Edwards (Bloomberg BNA), Here’s What Happened When a Law School Dean Challenged a U.S. News Ranker: On Saturday, at the American Association of Law Schools’ annual meeting in New York, the AALS’s Section for the Law School Dean hosted a panel on law school rankings. There were at least...

Roiphe:Tilting At Stratification — Against A Divide In Legal Education

Rebecca Roiphe (New York Law School), Tilting at Stratification: Against a Divide in Legal Education: Critics suggest we divide law schools into an elite tier whose graduates serve global business clients and a lower tier, which would prepare lawyers for simple disputes. This idea is not new. A similar proposal...

AALS President:'I Don’t See Legal Education As Being In Crisis At All'

National Law Journal, As Law Professors Convene, New Leader Looks to Unite Profession: The nation’s largest gathering of law professors kicks off Jan. 6 in New York with the Association of American Law School’s 110th Annual Meeting. About 3,000 legal educators will convene for a five-day program with more than...

Law School Sends Acceptance Emails To Thousands Who Never Applied

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And people say getting into law school is hard. Touro Law Center in Long Island, New York, sent out thousands of emails on New Year's Eve congratulating the recipients on their acceptance to the school. However, "almost none" of those 17,572 individuals had even applied, a Touro spokeswoman told The Huffington Post. Show More Summary

"95% consensus of expert economists: cut carbon pollution"

Dana Nuccitelli at The Guardian: The Institute for Policy Integrity at the New York University (NYU) School of Law recently published a report summarizing a survey of economists with climate expertise. The report was a follow-up and expansion of a similar survey conducted in 2009 by the same institute. The...

Non-Sequiturs: 12.31.15

Everything you read about the Supreme Court is wrong. [The Hill] Is it even possible for Bill Cosby to get a fair trial? [New York Personal Injury Law Blog] Maybe the best ever defense for a DUI. [Slate] There are law schools in the world facing a worse enrollment crisis than U.S. Show More Summary

JURIST: Mary Holland on Legality of Censoring Speech on Vaccines & Autism

Note: Excerpted from JURIST. Read the full article here. JURIST Guest Columnist Mary S. Holland from the New York University School of Law discusses the legality of censoring speech on vaccines and autism: n a recent guest column, Professors James...

NY Times:Seton Hall 1L On Full Ride Scholarship With 161 LSAT Plays Division I Basketball For Pirates

New York Times, A College Basketball Player Who Is Also a Law School Student: The circulation desk was still closed early on a recent Monday morning in the Peter W. Rodino Jr. Library, on the fourth level of the Seton Hall School of Law, where Braeden Anderson settled by a...

New International Law Research Guides From Globalex

GlobaLex, the electronic collection created by the Hauser Global Law School Program at the New York University School of Law, recently added two new research guides: Cyberwarfare and Collateral Damages: "The purpose of this paper is to offer an introductory overview on the collateral damages of cyberwarfare. Show More Summary

John Roberts reflects on leadership at the Supreme Court

IN A rare public appearance on the evening of November 20th, John Roberts, the chief justice of the United States, gave a talk at the New York University School of Law. The subject of the chief’s presentation was one of Mr Roberts’sShow More Summary

Chief Justice John Roberts on taking on a Democratic President (FDR)

With no book to sell or ideology to pitch, Chief Justice John Roberts rarely takes the public stage that lures some of his colleagues. But Friday evening, the chief justice came to the New York University law school to reflect on a Republican...Show More Summary

This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts

Protesters Demand Firing Of Tenured Vanderbilt Law Professor Over Publication Of Op-Ed Bar Exam Carnage Continues: 10 Of 15 New York Law Schools Suffer Bar Pass Rate Declines Putting Legal Writing Faculty On The Tenure Track: One Law School's Experience Iowa Tax Prof Andy Grewal's Role In The Pivotal Moment...

Young Law School Grad: Give Swans a Chance

GooseWatch photo Sue Miller photo Mute swans throughout New York State have found a hero in David Karopkin, 30, a June graduate of Brooklyn Law School. In between cramming for exams this year, Karopkin spearheaded efforts to keep the...Show More Summary

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