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  • Title: New York Law School :: Home
    Descriptive info: .. Donate Now.. /.. Apply Now.. Contact Us.. Sitemap.. go.. nyls.. edu.. About the School.. Message from the Dean.. Mission and History.. Board of Trustees.. Administration.. Employment Opportunities.. Our Campus.. Contact Us/Directions.. Visit Our Store.. Academics.. Catalog.. Schedule of Classes and Exams.. J.. D.. Program.. Summer Programs, CLE, Centers.. Graduate and Certificate Programs.. Project-Based Learning Courses.. Clinical and Experiential Learning.. Academic Calendar.. Academic Advising.. Registrar's Office.. Visiting and Transfer Students.. Academic Publishing.. NYLS Publications.. Centers.. Academic Centers.. Business Law & Policy.. Children and Families.. Financial Services Law.. Information Law & Policy.. International Law.. Justice Action Center.. Media.. New York City Law.. Professional Values and Practice.. Real Estate Studies.. Projects.. Advanced Comm.. Law & Policy.. Patent Innovations.. Clinical Research Institute.. Institute for Global Law.. Living Law Archive.. New Century Institute.. Program in Law & Journalism.. Racial Justice Project.. Visual Persuasion.. Breaking the Logjam.. Library.. Search Our Catalog.. Library Information.. Library Services.. For Students.. For Alumni.. Current Awareness Sources.. News & Events.. Releases.. NYLS in the News.. Journalist Resources.. Publications List.. NYLS on iTunes U.. Public Interest Auction.. Commencement 2012.. Blogs & Websites at NYLS.. Prospective Students.. All About NYLS.. Applicants.. LLM/M.. A.. Program Applicants.. Certificate/Special Programs.. Admitted Students Log-in.. Consumer Information.. Faculty.. Faculty Profiles.. Professorships and Lectureships.. Faculty-sponsored Projects.. Faculty/Student Presentation Day.. Alumni & Friends.. How to Give.. Alumni News.. Gala 2012.. Events.. Reunion & Alumni Weekend.. Career Services.. Alumni Benefits & Services.. Alumni Association.. Alumni Community.. Library Access.. Volunteer Opportunities.. Admissions/Alumni Pilot Project.. Employers & Career Services.. Services for Employers.. Career Services for Students.. Career Services for Alumni.. Alumni Connections with Students.. Another win! For the third year in a row, readers of the.. New York Law Journal.. have voted NYLS s Graduate Tax Program number one in New York City.. The program was also ranked third in the nation by.. The National Law Journal.. in 2012.. More.. New York Law School has created a new Pro Bono Initiative to support students in achieving the new pro bono requirements for admission to the New York State  ...   book,.. Liberalism Undressed.. (Oxford University Press, 2012), Professor Jethro K.. Lieberman returns to liberalism's roots to explain, in accessible and readable prose, why liberalism retains its power and appeal today.. At the Center for New York City Law's breakfast event on October 5, 2012, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R.. Vance Jr.. announced the development of a new criminal prosecution clinic that will give NYLS students hands-on experience in the Manhattan DA's office.. The votes are in! Readers of the.. have voted New York Law School s Graduate Program in Financial Services Law number one in New York City in the best other/specialty LL.. Dean Crowell in the NYLJ.. Dean Anthony W.. Crowell was featured in the.. New York Law Journal's.. Law School Special section.. Professor Arthur S.. Leonard in Reuters.. Professor Arthur Leonard was quoted in a.. Reuter's.. article titled, Analysis: Gay Marriage Votes Could Sway U.. S.. Supreme Court.. Freedom of Choice at the End of Life.. The Justice Action Center will host a symposium, Freedom of Choice at the End of Life: Patients' Rights in a Shifting Legal and Political Landscape, on Fri.. , Nov.. 16, 9 a.. m.. , 185 West Broadway.. Professor Ronald H.. Filler Named New Chairman of GMAC.. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Commissioner Jill E.. Sommers announced the appointment of Prof.. Ronald H.. Filler as the new chairman of Global Markets Advisory Committee (GMAC).. More.. Damien Echols at NYLS.. The Program in Law and Journalism and the Justice Action Center present, Justice Lost: The Fight to Free Damien Echols, featuring an advance screening of.. West of Memphis.. , Nov.. 17, 12:30 p.. New Book by Professor Jethro K.. Lieberman.. In.. , Professor Jethro K.. Lieberman returns to liberalism's roots to explain, in accessible and readable prose, why liberalism retains its power and appeal.. See a.. detailed description.. of the book at Oxford University Press.. 1997-2012.. New York Law School.. |.. 185 West Broadway.. New York.. ,.. NY.. 10013.. United States.. Work.. 212.. 431.. 2100.. Privacy.. Terms.. Non-Discrimination Policy.. Webmaster.. TEXT VERSION..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Admissions Process
    Descriptive info: Admissions Process.. New York Law School received more than 4825 applications for admission for 2012 from prospective law students from throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad.. The Application Form and Requirements.. New York Law School requires that all students who enroll in the J.. program must have earned a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited U.. or Canadian college or university, or the foreign equivalent.. Students in their senior year of college may apply for admission and receive an offer of admission prior to completion of their undergraduate programs, but such admission is contingent upon the successful completion of the bachelors degree.. The New York Law School application for admission is easy to complete and is structured to be modular.. The application sections are: Biographical Information; Family Information; Education Testing; Employment Community Service; Law School Interest; Character Fitness; and Certification.. Applications may only be submitted in electronic format using the.. LSAC Electronic Application Service.. Applicants who document a disability that cannot be accommodated by the LSAC service will be provided a paper application.. The following are required to complete an application for admission: a current subscription to the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) with a score from the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) taken no more than five years from the anticipated start of law school studies; a resume or curriculum vitae; and at least one letter of recommendation.. Up to three letters of recommendation may be submitted - the LSAC Evaluation may be substituted for one or two of the additional recommendation letters, but at least one letter of recommendation must be submitted.. A personal statement or application essay is not required, but may be submitted as an optional item.. Candidates are encouraged to make choices about what to submit in their application to enable us to obtain a fuller picture of their individual qualities.. We invite you to determine the material that best conveys relevant information.. Application Fee.. New York Law School does not charge an application fee for JD applications submitted electronically.. The Admission Process.. Applications may be submitted as early as September 1st.. Priority consideration will be given to all applications submitted and completed by.. June 1st.. , with those received or completed after this date being considered on a space-available basis.. Decisions are made on a continuing basis beginning in December until the process is complete, generally in late May.. Candidates will be notified of our decision the same week in which a decision is made..  ...   Listening Abilities; General Research Skills; Task Organization and Management Skills; and Serving Others and Promoting Justice.. Our application is available on this website through links to the Law School Admission Council.. To request a viewbook with more detailed information on New York Law School, please contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at (212) 431-2888, or toll-free at (877) YES-NYLS, or write to us at 185 West Broadway, New York, NY 10013-2960, or complete our online inquiry form, or e-mail us at.. admissions@nyls.. We seek to enroll a class of approximately 590 students; 460 full-time Day Division students and 130 part-time Evening Division students.. Dean's Message.. Hear from Students and Faculty.. Alumni Share Their Stories.. Campus and Neighborhood.. Our History, Program, and Faculty.. Come and Visit Us.. Applying to NYLS.. Class Profile.. Important Dates.. LSAT Dates.. Diversity Outreach.. International Students.. Transfer Students.. Application Tips and Advice.. NYLS in your Neighborhood.. Visit the Law School.. Area Accommodations.. Waitlist FAQs.. Contacts.. Request Viewbook.. 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  • Title: New York Law School :: Contact/Meet Us
    Descriptive info: Fact Sheet.. Staff.. Adjunct Professor.. Tribeca Neighborhood.. Campus Safety.. Contact Us / Directions.. Contact.. General Information:.. New York, NY 10013-2921.. Office of Admissions: 212.. 2888.. Office of the Dean: 212.. 2840.. Office of Marketing and Communications: 212.. 2872.. Meet with Us.. New York Law School seeks a diverse range of students with varied experiences from all parts of the U.. and beyond.. Representatives of the Law School are scheduled to participate in law, graduate, and professional school fairs throughout the country.. You are invited to attend any of these programs and meet with a New York Law School admissions representative, faculty member, or student to ask questions, learn more about our innovative academic programs and vibrant and engaged community, and get the information you need to decide that a New York Law School education is right for you.. We also invite you to visit the New York Law School campus in New York City s TriBeCa neighborhood, right in the heart of the city s most active legal community.. Information sessions, tours, and classroom visitations can be arranged throughout the year.. We look forward to meeting you, whether it s at our New York City campus or in your neighborhood.. Directions / Visit Us.. New York Law School is located at 185 West Broadway (corner of West Broadway and Leonard Street) in the heart of TriBeCa in Lower Manhattan, within walking distance of both Wall Street and City Hall.. 185 West Broadway (Visitors, please obtain a visitor's pass).. General Information: 212.. NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL RESIDENCE HALL.. 81 East 3rd Street, New York, NY.. The Law School s new residence hall located in the East Village is a 13 story building housing a total of 99 students in two- and three-bedroom apartments.. Amenities include a laundry room, outdoor courtyard, and 24-hour, seven-day-a-week on-site security.. The East Village is a lively district bounded by Houston and 14th Streets east of Broadway.. For information about the residence hall, please contact the Housing Office at 212.. 2166.. By Subway.. |.. By PATH.. By Bus.. By Car.. Print Map Directions (PDF).. BY SUBWAY:.. 7th Avenue line.. 1 (local) to Franklin Street.. Exit at  ...   West Broadway.. Nassau Street Line.. J, Z (express) and M (local) to Chambers Street.. Walk north two blocks to Worth Street and west four blocks to West Broadway.. By Path:.. The PATH Station at the World Trade Center site is open.. Exit at Church Street and walk north approximately 10 blocks to New York Law School to Leonard Street.. Make a left on Leonard and walk one block west to West Broadway.. BY BUS:.. M1, M6 south to Broadway and Worth Street.. Walk one block north to Leonard, then two blocks west to West Broadway.. M20 south to West Broadway and Worth Street.. By CAR:.. From the Harlem River Drive/FDR Drive.. Take Exit 2 (Brooklyn Bridge/Civic Center).. Bear right toward Civic Center and proceed down ramp.. Make a right at the light onto St.. James Place.. Go straight; at the third light (street ends), make a left onto Worth Street.. Continue for approximately six blocks to West Broadway.. From the Henry Hudson Parkway.. West Side Highway.. Take the Chambers Street exit.. Follow Chambers Street three blocks and make a left onto Church Street.. Follow Church Street five blocks to Leonard Street.. Make a left onto Leonard Street.. Go one block west to the corner of Leonard and West Broadway.. From the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel.. At the exit of the tunnel, bear right onto Trinity Place.. (Trinity Place becomes Church Street after the World Trade Center site.. ) Move to the far left lane.. Continue on Church Street to Leonard Street.. (Leonard Street is five blocks past Chambers Street.. ) Make a left onto Leonard Street and go one block west to the corner of Leonard and West Broadway.. From the Holland Tunnel.. Stay in the middle lane and take the Downtown exit.. Make a right onto Varick Street.. (Varick Street becomes West Broadway.. ) Continue on West Broadway two blocks to Leonard Street.. From the Lincoln Tunnel.. Take the West Side Highway south.. (Refer to directions from West Side Highway above.. ).. ACCESSIBILITY:.. Parking.. There are a number of parking garages in the neighborhood for fee-paid parking.. On-street parking is extremely limited.. New York Law School is wheelchair accessible..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Sitemap
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  • Title: New York Law School :: About the School
    Descriptive info: Founded in 1891, New York Law School is an independent, dynamic law school located in the heart of Lower Manhattan.. From its inception, the Law School s location, in the midst of the country's largest concentration of government agencies, courts, law firms, banks, corporate headquarters, and securities exchanges, has made immersion in the legal life of a great city an essential part of the School's identity and curriculum.. The Law School offers the course of study leading to the J.. degree through full-time day and part-time evening divisions.. It also offers Master of Laws (LL.. ) degrees in Taxation, Real Estate, Financial Services Law, and American Business Law, as well as a Master of Arts (M.. ) in Mental Disability Law Studies.. A full-time faculty of approximately 94 men and women is joined by a first-rate adjunct faculty, consisting of attorneys, judges, and other public officials who offer many  ...   minority (in the entering class of 2012).. The Law School's curriculum is distinguished by its systematic effort to integrate the study of theory and practice and to include the perspectives of legal practitioners.. The Law School's unique skills-based curriculum offers clinics, simulation courses, externships, project-based learning courses, and a new first-year Legal Practice program to carry out that goal.. Further, to that end, the faculty established nine academic centers which provide specialized study and offer opportunities for exchange between the students and expert practitioners:.. Center for Business Law Policy.. Institute for Information Law Policy.. The centers engage many students through the John Marshall Harlan Scholars Program, a rigorous academic honors program designed for students who have performed at the top of their law school class.. Harlan Scholars have the opportunity to focus on a particular field of study, gaining depth and substantive expertise beyond a broad understanding of the law..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Message from the Dean
    Descriptive info: A Message from Dean Anthony W.. New York is the most dynamic city on earth.. There has never been a better place to learn and practice law than here.. For more than 120 years, New York Law School has helped fuel this engine for the world with its talented graduates and professors.. We established our roots in Lower Manhattan in 1891, and have remained an integral part of the City s legal landscape ever since.. Our location in the heart of the City s legal, government, and financial districts provides students with unmatched opportunities to gain valuable practical experience and build the foundation for a meaningful and successful career.. Simply put, New York Law School is a vibrant, diverse school that has given  ...   new careers for which a legal education is critical.. Our graduates are doing some of the most important and cutting-edge legal work in New York City and beyond as law firm partners, corporate leaders, high-ranking government officials, and judges.. There are common threads in every New York Law School story: the drive to serve others; the commitment to constantly improve, innovate, and redesign; the desire to reach beyond our most hopeful dreams; and the quest for continued knowledge and perfection.. You will see these common threads in action in the work of our academic centers; in the profiles of our alumni, students, faculty, and staff; and in the descriptions of our innovative educational program.. This is New York.. This is New York Law School!..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Mission and History
    Descriptive info: A History of New York Law School, Founded in 1891.. FOUNDING, 1891.. New York Law School was established in 1891 by Columbia College School of Law faculty, students, and alumni who were protesting their trustees attempts to dictate the teaching methods used by professors.. The central figure in the revolt against Columbia and the subsequent creation of New York Law School was Columbia Law School s founder, Theodore Dwight, a major figure in the history of American legal scholarship.. THE EARLY YEARS, 1900s.. Almost immediately, New York Law School attained a formidable reputation due to the excellence of its students and faculty.. From its beginning, New York Law School has been dedicated to providing diverse routes to achievement through innovation in scholarship, service, and professional training.. By 1904, New York Law School was the largest law school in the country.. That year, the School s founders created one of the nation s first evening divisions to provide a flexible alternative to full-time legal education for those in the workforce or with family obligations.. The Evening Division also allowed students to build upon previously established successful careers or to begin a second career.. Among the Law School s early lecturers were Woodrow Wilson and Charles Evans Hughes.. The first class included James W.. Gerard, who went on to serve as Ambassador to Germany during World War I; and Bainbridge Colby, who became Secretary of State under President Wilson.. Other early graduates included Robert F.. Wagner, a future U.. senator from New York and a leader in developing national labor policy; and two Pulitzer Prize winners: Wallace Stevens (poetry) and Elmer Rice (drama).. Another prominent alumnus from the pre-World War I era was the Honorable James S.. Watson, a distinguished judge and an important member of New York s African American community.. The judge s daughter, Barbara Watson, also attended the Law School and was the first woman to attain the rank of Assistant Secretary of State of the United States.. Many of those attending at the beginning of this century became founders or name partners of leading law firms, including Alfred Rose of Proskauer Rose; Henry Hurlbut Abbott of Whitman Breed Abbott Morgan; Edwin Sunderland of Davis, Polk, Wardwell, Sunderland Kiendel; William Parke of Chadbourne Parke; Alfred Mudge of Mudge, Rose, Guthrie Alexander; Jacob Scholer of Kaye Scholer; Randolph E.. Paul, founding partner of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton Garrison; and Albert Milbank and Walter Hope of Milbank, Tweed, Hope Hadley.. Classes of the 1920s and 1930s produced graduates who would play a leading role in the profession.. Among the most notable was U.. Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan.. Other prominent graduates included Albert Parker, a founding partner of Parker, Chapin, Flattau Klimpl; Cameron F.. MacRae, a former chairman of LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene MacRae; Chester Carlson, who invented the xerography process leading to the founding of Xerox Corporation; and Justice Emilio Nuñez, the first Latino to be named to the bench in New York State.. New York Law School closed for one year during World War I, interrupting a steady expansion that had lasted until the mid-1920s.. While the situation improved by the 1ate 1930s, the draft in 1940 dealt the institution another blow when the Law School was forced to close in 1941 for the duration of World War II.. POST-WAR REBUILDING, 1947 1979.. In 1947, New York Law School reopened and began to rebuild.. A major impetus came from graduates who formed a committee spearheaded by New York State Supreme Court Justice Albert Cohn.. The new program was small, but the Law School made significant strides and gained accreditation from the American Bar Association in 1954*.. Steady growth marked the next few decades.. With the appointment of E.. Donald Shapiro as Dean in the early 1970s, the Law School joined the Association of American Law Schools and the trustees authorized an increase in the size of the full-time faculty.. Admissions requirements were raised and enrollment grew.. As facilities expanded, an endowment fund was established.. In 1975, the School received its first endowed professorship, the Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professorship of Law.. The School s first center for specialized study, the Communications Media Center (now the Media Center), opened in 1977.. Many graduates who were students during these years achieved prominence in the bar, the judiciary, government, and business.. They include the Honorable Roger J.. Miner, Senior Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; Maurice Greenberg, former Chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG) and current Chairman and CEO of C.. Starr and Co.. , Inc.. ; Bernard Mendik, former Chairman of the Real Estate Board of New York and former CEO of Mendik Properties; Arthur N.. Abbey, Senior Partner at Abbey Spanier Rodd Abrams, LLP and current Chairman of the Law School s Board of Trustees; Lawrence S.. Huntington, former Chairman and CEO of Fiduciary Trust International and former Chairman of the Law School s Board of Trustees; Hon.. Judith Sheindlin Judge Judy, New York family court judge, author, and TV personality; Zygmunt Wilf, principal owner of the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL; Kenneth D.. Werner, President of Warner Brothers Domestic Television Distribution; and Kathleen Grimm, Deputy Chancellor for Administration and Finance, New York City Department of Education.. GROWTH AND REVITALIZATION, 1980 1999.. Dramatic growth and revitalization continued under the leadership of James F.. Simon, Dean from 1983 until 1992.. A series of major facility renovations were begun, highlighted by the opening of the Mendik Library in 1990.. This was followed by the construction of the Samuel and Ethel LeFrak Moot Court Room, the Ernst Stiefel Reading Room, and the Shepard and Ruth K.. Broad Student Center.. An extensive remodeling and modernization program transformed the Law School s classrooms, offices, and specialty training areas.. During Dean Simon s tenure, the Rita and Joseph Solomon Professorship of Wills, Trusts, and Estates was added, and the Law School introduced the innovative Lawyering Skills Program into the curriculum.. In 1992, Harry H.. Wellington, Sterling Professor of Law Emeritus and former Dean of Yale Law School, became the 14th Dean and President of New York Law School.. Under Dean Wellington s dynamic leadership, a strategic plan was implemented to position New York Law School as a vital urban law center with an academic program that integrates the strategic and ethical perspectives of the practicing attorney.. Dean Wellington broadened the Law School s curriculum to increase emphasis on the development of professional skills.. During Dean Wellington s tenure, the Ernst C.. Stiefel Professorship of Comparative Law was created.. CONTINUED EXPANSION AND REFINING OUR GOALS, 2001-2011.. Matasar, a nationally recognized scholar in civil procedure and federal jurisdiction, was named the 15th Dean and President of New York Law School in 2000, serving until December 2011.. Almost immediately, Dean Matasar led a comprehensive, collegial self-evaluation process involving all members of the New York Law School community in an exercise that sharpened the definition of its goals.. The School articulated a mission statement centered on three goals that focus its approach to legal education:.. Embrace innovation.. Foster integrity and professionalism.. Advance justice for a diverse society.. On this principled foundation, the Law School created a plan for its future to strengthen skills and values education for its students.. It also developed the motto Learn law.. Take action.. to express the Law School s commitment to teach students to use the skills and knowledge they acquire as lawyers to do something valuable for others.. By fostering an internal culture that embraces innovation and creativity, the Law School encourages students to develop the ability to adapt to new situations as they arise, to modify their behavior when change requires it, and to graduate with a commitment to a lifetime of learning.. Through an extensive program for professional development, with an emphasis on integrity and professionalism, the faculty and staff engage students in the ongoing improvement of the legal profession.. THE PRESENT AND OUR SHARED FUTURE,.. 2012 AND BEYOND.. In 2012, New York Law School, continuing its tradition of bold and innovative leadership, named Anthony W.. Crowell, former Counselor to New York City Mayor Michael R.. Bloomberg and Board Chair of the Brooklyn  ...   to apply the theory and technology of communications and information to strengthening democratic institutions and the rule of law as technology evolves.. Through its curriculum, ongoing conference and speaker series, and a variety of original projects, the Institute investigates the emerging field of information law, which encompasses intellectual property, privacy, free speech, information access, communications, and all areas of law pertaining to information and communication practices.. Justice.. Action Center.. The Justice Action Center brings together New York Law School faculty and students in an ongoing critical evaluation of public interest lawyering.. Through scholarship and fieldwork, the Center seeks to evaluate the efficacy of law as an agent of change and social betterment.. Through a focused curriculum, symposia, clinical experience, and research opportunities, the Center seeks to instill in students a deeper intellectual understanding of the law regardless of their final career goals, and to present opportunities to maintain their ties to the social justice community beyond law school.. In 2006, the School s.. Labor Employment Law Program.. became part of the Justice Action Center.. Ever since New York Law School alumnus Senator Robert F.. Wagner the legislative pilot of the New Deal wrote and led the fight to enact the National Labor Relations Act, New York Law School has remained on the cutting edge of labor and employment law and public policy.. In the tradition of Senator Wagner, New York Law School s Labor Employment Law Program seeks to advance and influence law and public policy with an action-oriented, public-interested agenda.. ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS FOR CONCENTRATED STUDY.. Legal Practice Program.. In fall 2011, New York Law School launched a new first-year skills program, Legal Practice, which provides students with a comprehensive introduction to lawyering skills at the beginning of their law school careers.. The program is designed to prepare students for their first legal work experience and presents them with challenging scenarios that call on them to problem-solve and apply the law in context.. Center.. The Media Center is the School s home for the study of telecommunications, media, and new media law and policy.. One of the oldest and most extensive programs of its kind, it was established in 1977 in response to the explosive growth of communication technologies.. The Center sponsors pedagogy, scholarship, and projects relating to the intersection between evolving communication and information technologies and the laws that regulate them.. The Center has three goals: to promote scholarship, to preserve democratic values through effective media policy, and to train media-savvy lawyers who understand the law of media and the role of media in the law.. Program in Law and Journalism.. The Program in Law and Journalism is home to the study of the relation ship between and among law, lawyers, the media, and the public.. The Program is affiliated with the Institute for Information Law Policy.. The Program hosts seminars, panels, and colloquia for practicing journalists on legal issues raised by newsgathering activities, for lawyers on the ethics and practicalities of dealing with the media, for academics on issues at the intersection of law and journalism, and for the general public on the role of lawyers in media and the influence of the media on lawyering.. ADDITIONAL DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES.. Master of Laws (LL.. ) in Taxation.. In 2003, the Law School began offering the Master of Laws (LL.. ) in Taxation, becoming one of the only law schools in the New York City area to offer this advanced training to tax attorneys.. The program enables students to increase their mastery of tax law and refine their practice skills in order to better serve clients and communities.. ) in Real Estate.. Beginning in the spring 2009 semester, New York Law School will offer a Master of Laws (LL.. ) in Real Estate.. The program provides students with a thorough grounding in the law, business, and regulation of real estate transactions, finance, and development.. ) in Financial Services Law.. In fall 2009, the Law School began offering the Master of Laws (LL.. The program provides students with knowledge and expertise in the law, business, and regulation of the global financial services industry.. ) in American Business Law.. In 2012, the Law School will begin offering the LL.. in American Business Law.. The program provides foreign-trained lawyers with a thorough grounding in the basic principles of American business and commercial law.. Online Mental Disability Law Program.. The School s Online Mental Disability Law Program is offered to professionals who work with, or on behalf of, people with disabilities.. It is the only program of its kind offered by an ABA-approved law school*.. Each of the 14-week courses is delivered to students though the convenience of distance education.. The program offers a Certificate in Advanced Mental Disability Law and began offering a Master of Arts in Mental Disability Law Studies in 2009.. The Institute for Information Law Policy offers the Patent Law Program to provide students with the opportunity to develop greater expertise and experience in patent law.. Students who are eligible, as determined by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, also sit for the exam for admission to the Patent Bar prior to graduation.. Certificate of Mastery in Law Practice Technology.. The Institute for Information Law Policy offers a Certificate of Mastery in Law Practice Technology to demonstrate to potential employers that the student awarded the certificate is unusually qualified with respect to understanding and use of technologies employed in law practice.. It is also designed to encourage students to contribute to the Institute s efforts to develop innovative legal technology applications and to better understand the potential impact of technology on law and legal institutions.. Public Service Certificate.. The Office of Professional Development offers a Public Service Certificate.. Certificates will be issued to graduating students who have performed at least 40 hours of voluntary service while at law school, or who have a combination of at least 30 hours of voluntary service and have another 30 hours of public interest work done through a work-study placement, clinic, or externship.. The names of certificate recipients will be listed in the commencement program, and a notation will be placed on the student s transcript, indicating that the student earned a Public Service Certificate.. POISED FOR SUCCESS.. New York Law School is poised for continued success.. Its vitality springs from the dedication of its stellar faculty, the talent and energy of its students, and the strong support and commitment of its graduates.. The Law School s distinguished full-time faculty comprises productive scholars who are dedicated educators.. Some of the nation s most prominent scholars from other law schools also have served as visiting professors.. Government leaders and judges from the United States and abroad often speak at or visit the Law School.. These have included former President Jimmy Carter; Justices of the Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Harry A.. Blackmun, William J.. Brennan Jr.. , Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, and Sandra Day O Connor; former New York State Governor Mario Cuomo; former New York City Mayors Edward I.. Koch, David N.. Dinkins, Rudolph W.. Giuliani and current Mayor Michael Bloomberg; Drew S.. Days III, U.. Solicitor General; Thomas Pickering, former U.. Ambassador to the United Nations; and Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo of the International Criminal Court.. The School s success as a center for intellectual and cultural exchange will continue to grow with its new state-of-the-art academic building, which opened in 2009.. In August 2006, New York Law School broke ground on a $190 million expansion and renovation program that has since transformed its TriBeCa campus into a cohesive architectural complex nearly double its former size.. The centerpiece of the expansion is a new glass-enclosed, 235,000-square-foot, nine-level building five stories above ground and four below which integrates with the School s existing three buildings.. The new facility will allow New York Law School to enhance student support, expand the faculty, and deepen its extraordinary program.. * Office of the Consultant on Legal Education /.. Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.. American Bar Association.. 321 N.. Clark Street, 21st Floor.. Chicago, IL 60654.. Phone: 312.. 988.. 6738.. Fax: 312.. 5681.. legaled@americanbar.. org..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Board of Trustees
    Descriptive info: New York Law School Board of Trustees.. OFFICERS.. Arthur N.. Abbey '59.. Chair of the Board.. Abbey Spanier Rodd Abrams, LLP.. Gerald C.. Crotty '76.. Vice Chair of the Board.. President.. Weichert Enterprise, LLC.. Jeffrey D.. Knowles 75.. Partner.. Venable LLP.. Hon.. Ernst H.. Rosenberger '58.. Of Counsel.. Stroock Stroock Lavan LLP.. Adjunct Professor of Law.. Dean.. Dean and President.. TRUSTEES.. *On Leave from the Board.. Armando T.. Belly.. General Counsel.. Soros Fund Management LLC.. *Nancy Lee Berkowitz '97.. MyRegistry.. Tonio Burgos.. Tonio Burgos and Associates, Inc.. Anthony Capetola '70.. The Law Offices of Anthony A.. Capetola.. Vincent Carbonell '99.. United Reprographic Services, Inc.. Alan W.. Clark '77.. Clark Associates, L.. L.. C.. David B.. Cornstein.. Circa, Inc.. Michael Costa '81.. Special Counsel.. Miller Chevalier.. Lawrence N..  ...   Stroock Lavan LLC.. Howard Nottingham.. Executive Managing Director.. Studley.. *Ben Pascariu, M.. Lenox Hill Hospital.. Steven E.. Pegalis '65.. Senior Partner.. Pegalis Erickson, LLC.. Andrew Penson '84.. Founder and President.. Argent Ventures LLC.. Charles E.. Phillips Jr.. '93.. CEO.. Infor.. Norman Radow '81.. The Radco Companies.. Robert J.. Raymond '94.. Cleary Gottlieb Steen Hamilton LLP.. John J.. Reddy Jr.. '79.. Vice President-Attorney.. Reddy, Levy Ziffer, P.. Alan J.. Schnurman 71.. Senior Vice President.. Saunders Associates.. Sybil Shainwald '76.. President.. Sybil Shainwald, P.. Steven B.. Shapiro '84.. Eli Wachtel.. Wachtel Capital LLC.. James D.. Zirin.. Senior Counsel.. Sidley Austin LLP.. TRUSTEES EMERITI.. Alexander D.. Forger.. Director.. Oak Spring Farms LLP.. Greenberg '50.. Starr Company Inc.. Ronald LaBow '62.. WPN.. Francis T.. Murphy Jr.. '52.. Kelley Drye Warren LLPd..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Administration
    Descriptive info: is headed by Dean and President Anthony W.. Beyond the Dean s Office, the administration of the School is divided into six areas: Academic Affairs, Professional Development, Finance and Administration, Development and Alumni Relations, Communications and Marketing, and the Library.. An Associate Dean or Vice President heads each of these areas.. The Offices of Career Services and Student Services are headed by assistant deans who report to the Associate Dean for Professional Development.. OFFICE OF THE DEAN.. Crowell, Dean and President, Professor of Law.. Carole Post, Executive Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer.. Darren Bloch, Vice President for Public Affairs.. Joan Fishman, Associate Dean for Institutional Accountability.. Joanne Ingham, Assistant Vice President, Institutional Research.. Jillian Bezel, Institutional Research Assistant.. Mary Sue Daniels, Special Assistant to the Dean for Project Management.. Lillian Valle-Santiago, Office Coordinator.. ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID.. Adam W.. Barrett, Associate Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid.. Jade Kolb, Director of Financial Aid.. Vicky Ocasio, Associate Director.. Katherine Rooney, Associate Director.. Leslie Shannon, Associate Director of Financial Aid.. Glenn Bell, Assistant Director.. Garrett Renner, Assistant Director.. Joanne Cumberbatch, Office Coordinator.. Diane Matthews, Senior Assistant.. Stephanie Vincent, Financial Aid Data Coordinator.. Wanda Wortherley, Admissions Assistant.. OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS.. Deborah Archer, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.. Victoria L.. Eastus, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs.. Tracey Parr, Assistant Dean of Academic Program Development.. Thomas Socash, Director of Instructional Technology.. Haley Meade, Associate Director.. Usheevii King, Manager of Academic Affairs.. Jill Rodgers, Coordinator for the Graduate Program/Academic Program Development.. Sondra Downing, Academic Affairs Coordinator.. Debbie Denhart, Assistant.. Oral C.. Hope, Assistant Dean and Registrar.. Darcee Espelien, Associate Registrar.. Chantal Harris, Assistant Registrar.. Dana Manto, Data Management Coordinator.. Sharon Walsh, Administrative Assistant.. Rolland Smith, Administrative Assistant.. Proctor's Office.. Joseph Marino, Professor of Applied Legal Studies and Director.. Suzanne Tirado, Coordinator.. Graduate Tax Program.. Thomas, Professor of Law and Director.. Richard Beck, Professor of Law and Founding Director.. William LaPiana, Professor of Law and Director of Estate Planning Studies.. Diane Fahey, Professor of Law.. Katrice Ayarza, Coordinator.. Mental Disability Law Program.. Michael Perlin, Professor of Law and Director.. Heather Cucolo, Acting Director.. Liane Bass, Senior Administrator.. Legal Practice.. Anne Goldstein, Professor of Law and Director.. Antonella Milevski, Associate Director.. Jose Nogueras, Administrator.. Nikiya Scott, Faculty Assistant.. Center for International Law.. Lloyd Bonfield, Professor of Law and Director.. Michael Rhee, Administrative Associate Director.. Christina De Rosa, Fellow.. Ross Sandler, Professor of Law and Director.. Brian Kaszuba, Editor of CityLand, Assistant Managing Editor.. Jesse Denno, Publication Production Assistant.. Sarah Knowles, Subscription, Events Marketing and Website Coordinator.. Amber Gonzalez, Fellow.. Randy Kleinman, Fellow.. onald Filler, Professor of Law and Director.. Houman Shadab, Professor of Law and Associate Director.. Elizabeth Ch.. ambliss.. , Co-Director and Professor of Law.. Chris Kendall, Adjunct Professor of Law and Associate Director.. Jessamyn Farkas, Senior Administrative Assistant.. Berman, Professor of Law and Director.. Erin Felker Bond, Associate Director.. Tamara Garland, Senior Adminstrative Assistant.. Center on Business Law and Policy.. Faith Stevelman, Professor of Law and Director.. Howard Meyers, Professor of Law and Program Director.. Carlin Meyer, Professor of Law and Director.. Genevieve Wachtell, Associate Director.. Kathryn Gottschalk, Fellow.. Guillermo Stampur, Fellow.. Barbara Wolvovitz, Blog Editor.. Institute for Informational Law and Policy.. Beth Simone Noveck, Professor of Law and Co-Director.. Dan Hunter, Co-Director.. Naomi Allen, Center Administrator.. Institute for Global Law and Justice.. Teitel, Professor of Law and Co-Director.. Tai-Heng Cheng, Distinguished Senior Lecturer/Senior Advisor.. Stan Schwartz, Senior Administrative Assistant.. Carol Buckler, Professor of Law and Director (Interim).. Chris Kendall, Adjunct Professor of Law and Administrative Associate Director.. Alissa  ...   Payroll.. Richard Cruz, Junior Accountant.. Theresa Boddie, Assistant Manager, Accounts Payable/Payroll.. Kim Gallman, Accounts Payable/Receivable Assistant.. Dana Ninons, Cashier/Accounts Receivable Clerk.. Business Operations.. Catherine MacLeod, Assistant Vice President.. Celis Whyte, Assistant Director.. Marie Anne Tempesta, Administrative Assistant.. Norman Dawkins, Purchasing Coordinator.. Claude Abner Jr.. , Purchasing Assistant.. David Gibbs, Manager, CulinArt Food Services.. Luke De La Parra, Manager, Bookstore.. Yvette Cruz, Assistant Manager, Bookstore.. Done Johnson, Book Seller.. Robert Torres, Manager, Mailroom/Copy Center.. Roy Kirton, Mailroom Assistant.. Jose Perez, Mailroom Assistant.. Human Resources.. Jody Pariante, Assistant Vice President.. Kitty Montanez, Manager of Staffing.. Jennifer Khuu, Manager of Human Resources.. Valrie Plummer, Human Resources Administrator.. Traci Harris, Human Resources Coordinator/Front Desk.. MaryRose Mercieca, Administrative Assistant/Console/Floater.. Elizabeth DiOrio, Administrative Assistant/Floater.. Faculty Support Grou.. p.. Katrice Ayarza.. Jessamyn Farkas.. Tamara Garland.. Stan Schwartz.. Sonja Davis.. Jose Nogueras.. Daryl-Marie Ayala.. Cathy Jenkins.. Jennifer Morgan.. Silvy Singh.. Rosamond White.. Office of Information Technology.. John Southard, Assistant Vice President.. Ted Hicks, Director of OIT Support Services.. Peter Trimarchi, Technical Director.. Help Desk/User Services - (855) 695-7648.. Michael Blanco, Help Desk Analyst.. Richard Valdez, Manager of User Services.. Vinil Thomas, Technical Support Specialist.. Aldo Grillo, Technical Support Specialist.. Network Services.. Kenny Lo, Systems Administrator.. Sadat Thomas, Network Engineer.. Web Services.. Tyler Sidell, Manager of Web Services.. Enterprise Systems.. Rosa Milla, Director of Enterprise Applications.. Juliana Toro, Programmer/Analyst.. Mario Santos, Programmer/Analyst.. Sheryl Love, Programmer/Analyst.. Instructional Technology & Audio Visual/Multimedia.. Mike Demeo, Director of Academic Media Services.. Robert Ward, Audio Visual Technician.. Maintenance and Operations.. Do.. nald.. H.. Blanchard, Chief.. Donald Thomas, Manager.. Bryan McAlary, Supervisor.. Sarah A.. Mowry, Coordinator.. Mark Corlette, Maintenance Staff.. Mario David, Maintenance Staff.. Ruben Lopez, Maintenance Staff.. Duc Nguyen, Maintenance Staff.. Yesenia Sanchez, Maintenance Staff.. Ferood Sultan, Maintenance Staff.. Qi-Ling Zeng, Maintenance Staff.. Security and Safety.. George H.. Hayes, Assistant Vice President.. Michael Agnew, Assistant Director.. Ntow Adjei-Danso, Supervisor.. Olivia Edwards, Supervisor.. Sean Frett, Supervisor.. Kenneth Greer, Supervisor.. Halbert Pacheco, Supervisor.. Frantz Porres, Supervisor.. Roy Seda, Supervisor.. Robert Clemons, Senior Security Officer.. Dhanraj Jagnanan, Senior Security Officer.. Anthony Chambers, Lead Security Officer.. Chaya Gandolfi, Lead Security Officer.. Jovon Hospedale, Lead Security Officer.. Edwin Spooner, Security Officer.. Tommy Williams, Security Officer.. OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT AND ALUMNI RELATIONS.. Suzanne J.. S.. Davidson, Vice President and Associate Dean.. Tara J.. Regist-Tomlinson, Assistant Vice President for Development.. Travis Fraser, Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations.. James Stemm, Research Manager.. Jimena Buitrago, Associate Director of Alumni Relations/Special Events.. Laurie Martin, Senior System Analyst.. OFFICE OF MARKETING, COMMUNICATIONS AND EVENTS MANAGEMENT.. Nancy Guida, Vice President.. Marketing & Communication.. Regina Chung, Senior Director of Marketing and Communications.. Andrea Juncos, Director of Communications/Editor.. Amelia Jonakait, Assistant Director of Creative Services.. LaToya Jordan, Assistant Director of Communications/Public Relations Manager.. Blake Hamilton, Videographer (New Media Editor).. Melissa Pentangelo, Office Manager.. Events Management.. Harry Althaus.. Jessica Aviles, Events Coordinator.. Kathy Wong, Assistant Events Coordinator.. LIBRARY.. Camille Broussard, Associate Dean, Professor of Law and Director of Library.. William Mills, Associate Librarian and Professor of Legal Research.. Michael H.. Roffer, Associate Librarian for Readers Services & Professor of Legal Research.. Farrah Nagrampa, Administrative Assistant.. Public Services.. Joseph Molinari, Head of Public Services.. Ping Tian, Circulation Librarian.. Elina Oyola, Senior Circulation Assistant.. Louis Monburn, Library Assistant.. Reference Services.. Michael McCarthy, Head of Reference Services.. Anna Blaine, Reference Librarian.. Karen Grushka, Reference Assistant.. Grace Lee, Electronic Services Librarian.. Christos Pamboukes, Reference Librarian.. Technical Services.. John Calder, Cataloging Assistant.. Harold Dramer, Assistant Director of Serials & Acquisitions.. Egbert Isaacs, Library Assistant–Binding.. Felicia Jackson, Library Assistant.. Rodney Russell, Serials Assistant.. Victoria Sukhol, Assistant Director for Cataloging..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Employment
    Descriptive info: New York Law School has been a pillar within New York City for more than 100 years, providing legal education for thousands of students and jobs for thousands of people.. With the.. construction of our new state-of-the-art building, the expansion of our faculty, and the development of the most innovative program in legal education all underway, this is an exciting time to join the New York Law School community.. Employee Benefits.. We offer competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.. In today s working environment, not many employers encourage you to look at their benefits offerings as part of their recruitment process.. At New York Law School, we encourage you to review what we offer, and our Benefits Manager, the Associate Director of HR, stands ready to discuss the details of our robust benefits package with you.. We provide generous paid time off and sick time off.. Aside from your own accrued time off, we offer additional days off that include some Fridays in July and time between the Christmas and New Year s holidays.. There are also opportunities to take unpaid time off.. New York Law School also offers a free Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to our employees and their families.. We utilize a quality external organization to help maintain confidentiality..  ...   you ll be part of a vibrant intellectual community that offers learning and development opportunities to all members.. Take an.. instructor-led.. class in.. Workplace Situational Role Plays.. Or if you prefer.. self-paced learning,.. one of our.. e-learning.. courses might best meet your needs.. To help our employees advance and develop in their careers, we offer more than 50 courses in areas such as management development, strategic planning, administrative skills, and computer skills.. Our.. blended training.. courses give you the flexibility to work on your own and interact with colleagues and peers within a class setting.. Working in TriBeCa.. New York Law School is located in the heart of TriBeCa, one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in New York City.. Chinatown, Little Italy, Wall Street, and the South Street Seaport are mere minutes away.. And the School is only footsteps from the federal and state courthouses, as well as many top corporations and law firms.. The Hudson River Ferries are a few blocks west, located along a wonderful promenade that you can enjoy for lunchtime walks or for after work recreation or relaxation.. At New York Law School, you can be a part of a diverse and energetic team and enjoy the culture that New York City offers.. Welcome to New York Law School!..

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  • Title: New York Law School :: Our Campus
    Descriptive info: Our Campus Neighborhood.. New York Law School is located in the heart of Manhattan s TriBeCa district home of the city s legal, government, and corporate headquarters, as well as a thriving cultural scene.. Its prime location provides students with unparalleled opportunities for hands-on learning.. Within a few blocks of the School, students represent clients in federal court; clerk for federal and state judges; mediate disputes in small claims court; and work with mentor attorneys in private law firms and government agencies.. This synergy between school and neighborhood continues in the classroom, where many of the best lawyers in the city serve as adjunct professors.. In turn, students have access to almost every kind of private law practice, in-.. house corporate legal staff, legal aid and public interest law practice, governmental counsel office, and court that exists in the United States.. Within this vibrant community, New York Law School s campus is evolving  ...   of the project is a new, glass-enclosed 235,000-square-foot academic building, which extends five stories aboveground and four below.. The new building, which opened in 2009, stands next to the School s existing three structures, which will be renovated completely.. The resulting campus will reflect the School s past and future, symbolizing the growth and renewal of TriBeCa and all of lower Manhattan.. The new building is almost exclusively student-centered with classrooms, lounges, study rooms, dining facilities, and the library all housed within the building s central core.. Students attend classes in rooms designed to maximize teaching and learning opportunities, with cutting-edge technology, top-notch lighting and acoustics, and tiered seating that promotes the open exchange of ideas.. They also collaborate in customized spaces modeled after the courtroom and other real-world practice settings.. The new facility showcases every aspect of the School s outstanding program in a law building finer than any other in the city..

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