NYU Launches New LL.M. Lecture Series

Incoming LL.M. students will be able to learn about US law topics

NYU has announced that it is launching a new series of LL.M. lectures on US law topics.

The new series was launched based on feedback from LL.M. alumni, who said that it would be useful to learn about US law topics in during the first part of the LL.M. year.

The lectures will introduce students to cases in law areas that are generally covered in the first year JD curriculum.

The lectures are open to NYU LL.M. students, who need to RSVP for each event.

The schedule of the lectures is as follows:

  • Friday August 28: Constitutional Law, with Professor Kenji Yoshino
  • Friday September 4: Civil Procedure, with Professor Arthur Miller
  • Friday, September 11: Torts, with Professor Jennifer Arlen

For more information or to RSVP, please see the NYU Law blog post announcing the new LL.M. lecture series.

Photo: Jonathan71 / Creative Commons (cropped, rotated)

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