Law Review Diversity Report
In 2011, 2012 and 2013, the New York Law School Law Review published its law review diversity reports examining female and minority student representation among law review membership and leadership nationwide. The reports are based on research conducted in collaboration with …
In Re Books
This special feature of the New York Law School Law Review website collects essays, linked together by the participation of their authors in In re Books: A Conference on Law and the Future of Books, held at New York Law …
In Other Words
Read commentaries by Law Review editors on issues addressed at recent symposia and other events. Commentaries discuss issues such as the relationship of President Obama and Chief Justice Roberts, the “fiction of fact” in employment discrimination cases, and the legality …
This special feature of the New York Law School Law Review website collects four essays, linked together by the participation of their authors in Innovate / Activate: An Unconference on Intellectual Property and Activism, held at New York Law School on September 24–25, 2010.
History of the Law Review
This timeline highlights key milestones in the Law Review’s history and some examples of how its scholarship has reflected, responded to, and engaged with various legal developments and current affairs since the journal’s inaugural issue in 1955.
Writing Contest Database
This database contains information about legal writing contests open to students. It is maintained by the editors of the New York Law School Law Review as a free resource to NYLS students and others. You may search the database using …