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"[The] urgent task is to ensure that the predominant form of mail-in voting this fall is widely endorsed," writes Prof. Richard Pildes in a op-ed on the importance of legitimizing absentee voting for the November election:
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NYU Law Aug 8
In an op-ed in , Prof. K. Anthony Appiah argues that measures to combat the spread of COVID-19—like wearing a mask—don't restrict autonomy, they make autonomy possible:
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NYU Law Aug 7
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Preet Bharara Aug 7
How should the mission of DHS evolve when the threat is increasingly domestic, not foreign? Ken Wainstein & Lisa Monaco take us back to the agency's origins on the latest episode of United Security:
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NYU Law Aug 7
A three-year advocacy effort by NYU Law’s Family Defense Clinic and its partners came to a victorious close in April, resulting in major reform of New York’s Social Services Law:
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NYU Law Aug 5
. and have put key initiatives and policies in place to prevent and reduce COVID-19 transmission within our community, including required face coverings over the nose and mouth, physical distancing, and daily symptom screening.
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NYU Law Aug 5
"We tell the story of how the federal government has tried to consolidate its control over immigration policy by sidelining state and local governments"—Prof. on his new book "The President and Immigration Law," co-authored by Cristina Rodríguez:
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NYU Law Aug 3
“Until there’s some enforcement in this area, companies are likely to think they can get away with it, and if they can get away with it, they’re likely to try.”—Prof. Scott Hemphill in on big tech acquisitions that can stifle competition:
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NYU Law Aug 2
In a virtual fireside chat for lawyers and staff, firm Chair Brad Karp and Founding Faculty Director discussed race, equality, and the law, including important work done by ’s Paul Weiss Student Fellows
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NYU Law Aug 1
A three-year advocacy effort by NYU Law’s Family Defense Clinic and its partners came to a victorious close in April, resulting in major reform of New York’s Social Services Law:
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NYU Law Jul 31
“At a certain point, issues like segregation may seem natural to people. We need to keep talking about it and the ways that policy decisions, laws, and practices drive these inequalities”— on 's video examining school segregation:
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New York University Jul 30
"This country sends officers to deal with too many social problems for which they are not properly equipped." Professor and 's have outlined immediate steps for how to change the structure and governance of policing:
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NYU Law Jul 30
In a virtual fireside chat for lawyers and staff, firm Chair Brad Karp and Founding Faculty Director discussed race, equality, and the law, including important work done by ’s Paul Weiss Student Fellows
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NYU Law Jul 29
For 75 years, 's Graduate Tax Program has trained leading tax practitioners. To celebrate this anniversary, tax graduates discussed the impact that the program's curriculum and emphasis on community-building has had on their careers (VIDEO):
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NYU Law Jul 29
"The child welfare system, not unlike our criminal justice system, targets low-income minority communities”—Chris Gottlieb '97, co-director, Family Defense Clinic. The Clinic recently helped to bring about a major reform to New York’s Social Services Law:
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NYU Law Jul 28
"It's important to acknowledge that getting a new group together to think about an old problem gives you a better chance of coming up with a new solution"— on how racial diversity has impacted international tax code in :
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NYU Law Jul 28
A three-year advocacy effort by NYU Law’s Family Defense clinic and its partners came to a victorious close in April, resulting in a major reform of New York’s Social Services Law:
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NYU Law Jul 25
“For everything I’m interested in having to do with racial justice, I found a mentor in Tony Thompson. In the tax world, I found a mentor in Professor Batchelder.”—Kendra Simpson ’19 joins peers in discussing faculty members who inspired and mentored them:
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NYU Law Jul 24
. recently released a video, “The Enduring Problem of School Segregation,” featuring interviews with lawyers, policymakers, and activists involved in changing and challenging the laws and policies that perpetuate segregation in US schools:
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New York University Jul 23
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