News & Events

April 5, 2017

In the wake of the 2016 elections, a great deal of attention has been directed towards the processes by which we choose presidential nominees.  Two independent political figures—Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders—rose to prominence in the 2016 election, each choosing a party to serve as their vehicle for a presidential campaign. Each established a strong populist, anti-establishment, and to some extent, anti-party, profile, albeit offering very different policy perspectives:...

November 29, 2016

The N.Y.U. Law Review and the Center on Civil Justice at NYU School of Law invite you to attend “Rule 23 @ 50: The 50th Anniversary of Rule 23” Conference. The conference will take place on Friday and Saturday, December 2–3, 2016, in Vanderbilt Hall, Greenberg Lounge, located at 40 Washington Square South.

This is a wonderful time to reflect on Rule 23 – the history of the federal rule; its use in civil rights and mass tort cases;...

September 1, 2016

In a recent Scholastica blog entry, Online Editor Alice M. Phillips ('17) discusses the creation of the Merrick Garland Project. Read Phillips's entire post here.

January 29, 2016
In a recent Huffington Post Crime Blog entry, Staff Editor Getzy Berger ('17) examines challenges to implementing police body cameras in jurisdictions both large and small. Citing the need to balance cost with accountability, Berger argues, "What is needed is a set of careful, transparent, and democratically formulated rules governing bodycam recording, access, and use." 
 
Read Berger's entire post...
January 26, 2016

The New York University Law Review will begin considering Articles for the spring selection cycle on February 15, 2016. We accept submissions by Scholastica only. For more information on our selection requirements, please see our Submissions page. 

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September 2, 2015

In the September 2015 issue of Intellectual Property Magazine, Staff Editor Max Isaacs ('17) (with co-author David Munkittrick) explores the disconnect between courts' reliance on expert musicologists in music copyright cases and application of the "lay listener" test, which "leaves it to the fact-finder's ears to determine musical similarity." Munkittrick and Issacs argue that expert testimony serves an important role in analyzing "technical...

April 18, 2015

The Law Review has now completed its first selection season for 2015. We will reopen for submissions via Scholastica on ...

April 6, 2015

Congratulations to Steve Tensmeyer '15, Andy Brewster '15, and Sean Stefanik '16, who all competed in the 2015 Orison S. Marden Moot Court Competition Final this evening! We are proud to note that Tensmeyer was honored for writing the best brief during the Spring semifinals. Stefanik, also the Law Review's new Senior Articles Editor, received accolades for best brief during the Fall competition and was recognized as the best oralist of both the Fall and Spring competitions....

March 28, 2015

Congratulations to Articles Editor Jack Millman, Class of 2016, for publishing his piece, Gambling with Health Care, with the Ohio State University Law Review Online! Millman explores how low-income individuals could inflate their adjusted gross income using estimated gambling returns in order to qualify for Affordable Care Act subsidies in states opting against the Medicare expansion. In doing so, this...

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