Centers & Institutes
One way that NYU Law creates a unique academic community is through its centers and institutes, which bring faculty and students together with leaders from a vast array of disciplines. No other law school can match either the variety or excellence of these institutions, which encourage the exchange of ideas through a combination of conferences, symposia, fellowships, academic programs and courses.
Through the efforts of their directors and coordinators, the centers and institutes host leading scholars and practitioners each semester. This flurry of activity is a boon to both faculty and students, who are given the opportunity to complement their formal coursework with many other forms of thoughtful interaction.