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New York University School of Law

New York, United States
Joined September 2020

Presence in: United States
Focus: Other

NYU Law is an intellectual powerhouse, with more than 100 faculty, 300 courses, 16 areas of study, over 30 centers, and over 80 student groups. The Law School has long taken a leadership role in introducing changes that have redefined legal education and assured our graduates are practice-ready for today’s world.

Public Service. NYU Law is a pacesetter in public service. The Law School offers more than 40 clinics, and guarantees summer funding for 1Ls and 2Ls working in government and nonprofit organization

Global Opportunities. A leader in international law, NYU Law is home to the Hauser Global Law School Program and the Guarini Institute for Global Legal Studies. It also offers NYU Law Abroad in Buenos Aires and Paris.

Law and Business. NYU Law has the most extensive range of law and business offerings in legal education. The Mitchell Jacobson Leadership Program in Law and Business offers training for students seeking legal education as a background for top positions in business.

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Ryan Woods

United States  
New York University School of Law (Unverified)
Joined September 2020
Interests: Citizenship, Corruption, Education, Environmental Justice, Generalist Legal Services, Governance, Health, Housing & Sanitation, Other
I am a J.D. candidate ('21) at New York University School of Law. I have focused my studies primarily in international law and human rights, as well as domestic public interest and policy matters. I have worked as a Fellow with the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) at NYU and am currently working as a clinic student with the Brennan Center for Justice. Additional interests of mine - which may come into play in future placements, at least in some respects - include mental health law, environmental law, empirical research, history, psychology, and philosophy. While my interests are wide (and even wider than this), I believe they all have a role to play in my primary focuses as noted above. This being the case, I note my issue areas of focus primarily based on subjects I have at least touched upon in my course work or work experiences.

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