Study Abroad in AY17-18
The first round of applications for NYU Law Abroad and Exchanges in AY 17-18 has closed, but prospective applicants should email the Office of Global Programs for more information about alternative dates for application submission.
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The World and Washington Square
NYU Law’s offerings in international, comparative, and foreign law are unsurpassed.
The Hauser Global Law School Program brings Hauser Global Faculty, Global Fellows, and Distinguished Global Fellows to New York from around the world to teach, study, and collaborate. These outstanding scholars and practitioners are joined by more than 300 international students, including the top-ranking Hauser Global Scholars, as well as exchange students and Visiting Doctoral Researchers.
Opportunities for students extend far beyond New York. NYU Law Abroad offers specially-designed programs in Buenos Aires, Paris, and Shanghai. The Law School also supports an array of international moot competitions as well as summer and postgraduate internships and fellowships.
Our centers regularly sponsor conferences and research programs on issues of global concern, involving NYU Law students as well as faculty, in New York and overseas.
Global News in Brief
Financial Conduct Authority’s Mark Steward discusses individual versus corporate accountability in conference keynoteThe NYU Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement’s (PCCE) daylong conference, “The Expanding Scope of Individual Accountability for Corporate Misconduct,” assembled academics, compliance...
Eleanor Sharpston, the UK advocate general of the European Union's Court of Justice, delivered the 12th annual Emile Noël Lecture on April 3.
In 1993, Strive Masiyiwa had an idea for a mobile telephony company in Zimbabwe. The founder of a successful electrical contracting firm, Masiyiwa envisioned cellular communications as the next big...
Vijaya Gadde ’00, Twitter’s general counsel, had scarcely settled into her chair at the March 22 NYU School of Law Forum before the moderator, Professor Christopher Jon Sprigman, asked how she felt...