Operations CUNY School of Law
Law Library. The Library’s in-person services are closed and will be reassessed on a weekly basis regarding on-site services. However, virtual services are available to the community and are outlined in this Library Guide on the Law Library’s webpage. For any questions, email [email protected]law.cuny.edu.
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Online Course Registration CUNY School of Law
(1 days ago) For Tech Support: [email protected]law.cuny.edu CUNYfirst can still be utilized for enrollment and program adjustments for Spring 2021 until January 30, 2021. As of February 1, 2021, enrollment functions in CUNYfirst will be inactive, and you’ll be required to utilize Schedule Builder if you choose to drop a course by the February 8, 2021
Academic Planning CUNY School of Law
(2 days ago) Property: Law and the Market Economy III (Fall or Spring, 4 cr.) Administrative Law: Public Institutions (Fall or Spring, 3 cr.) A Lawyering Seminar III (Spring, 4 cr.) Each year, we offer between six and eight Lawyering Seminar III classes, each focusing on a different aspect or area of public interest practice.
Events CUNY School of Law
(2 days ago) In Fall 2021, CUNY Law’s events will take place online and in-person, following health and safety guidelines. All events that are public-facing or open to our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and supporter audiences are able to be submitted to this calendar; the events posted here are promoted via social media and in weekly upcoming events emails on Monday mornings.
Student Organizations CUNY School of Law
(9 days ago) Empirical Law & Society (“ELS”) is the first student-run organization at CUNY School of Law focusing on empirical and social scientific perspectives on law. ELS aims to serve as a space for students to explore the contours of law through an interdisciplinary lens across the …
Our Team CUNY School of Law
(2 days ago) Shirley Lung, Professor of Law, is a graduate of Cornell University and received her J.D. from New York University School of Law, where she was a Root-Tilden Scholar. Before coming to CUNY Law, she was Executive Director of the Center for Immigrants' Rights, an organization that advocated for the rights of immigrant workers through policy reform and educational training for unions and service
Sample Memo CUNY School of Law
(2 days ago) 1) The question presented states the question(s) the memo is to address: how does the relevant law apply to the key facts of the research problem? The question should be sufficiently narrow and should be objective. 2) Generally, include the name of the jurisdiction involved, e.g., New York, the Second Circuit, etc. 3) The Question Presented is usually one sentence.
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Our Team CUNY School of Law
(5 days ago) Monique Garmy is an Assistant Director of Admissions and Marketing at CUNY School of Law. In this role, she manages scholarship requests, travels nationwide to recruit and speak with potential law students about the admissions process, provides deny counseling, and is also a point person for admissions-related marketing projects.
Faculty Experts CUNY School of Law
(1 days ago) Faculty Experts. Faculty Scholarship Support. CUNY School of Law faculty members are available for media interviews on a range of subjects. If you’d like to speak with one of our experts, please contact: Chrissy Holman. Content & Media. 718.340.4164. [email protected]law.cuny.edu.
Summer Courses CUNY School of Law
(9 days ago) #1 Law School for Public Interest Advocates. The fact that we are the top public interest school, ranked #2 for Social Justice in the nation, consistently earn top marks for diversity of students and faculty, and are in the top ten most affordable law schools isn’t a coincidence.
Office Memo Format and Explanation CUNY School of Law
(2 days ago) Many law offices will expect you to begin with a short thesis paragraph that briefly identifies the issue and the applicable rule (without elaboration), and restates the short answer. Follow with an introductory section, which provides a map or framework for the discussion as a whole.
Our Team CUNY School of Law
(2 days ago) Jason Parkin is a Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Economic Justice Project at the CUNY School of Law. Prior to joining the CUNY faculty, Professor Parkin founded and directed Pace Law School’s Neighborhood Justice Clinic, which represented individuals and grassroots organizations in both litigation and non-litigation matters related to workers’ rights and other issues affecting low
Professor and CEDC Clinic Co-Director John
(Just Now) In the spring of 2022, Professor and Community and Economic Development Clinic (CEDC) Co-Director John Whitlow will join Yale Law School’s Law and Political Economy (LPE) Project as its first-ever Visiting Faculty Fellow.. The LPE Project brings together scholars, practitioners, and students who are developing interventions to advance the study of political economy and law.
Public Interest Grant Opportunities CUNY School of Law
(Just Now) The CUNY School of Law Foundation offers Public Interest Summer Grants to current CUNY Law students who plan to complete a full-time summer legal public interest internship. Summer Grant recipients are awarded $5,000 to support an eight-week, 35 hrs/wk summer internship. All students , except for those who will graduate in February or May 2022