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NYU Law students who remained on campus on November 25 were treated to Thanksgiving dinner takeout, including turkey, pumpkin bisque, and an array of seasonal desserts. Students picked up their meals in a decorated D'Agostino Hall: ow.ly/XnWX50H0gxh
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In a new Q&A, Kaitie Holland '22 discusses her interest in international law, friendships and support systems at NYU Law, and her role as editor in chief of the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics: ow.ly/gF4R50GZIB5
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"The NFT goldrush, which started in obscure corners of the Internet and then moved to sports and art, has now reached Hollywood with full force,” co-writes Prof. @CJSprigman on the @TarantinoNFTs and the dispute with Miramax over Pulp Fiction: ow.ly/pwTt50GZIXt
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Read more about Prof. Cynthia Estlund’s new book, "Automation Anxiety: Why and How to Save Work," which proposes strategies for a world in which automation could dramatically reduce employment: ow.ly/IQFl50GUmmF
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The core challenge for SPAC governance is to address the inherently conflicting interest of a sponsor and public shareholders,” say Profs. Michael Ohlrogge and Michael Klausner in their latest look at the investment vehicle. #SPACs: ow.ly/R9ys50GVTmV
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“It’s interesting how having your own law firm after 30 years and feeling confident about your professional skill set...changes your way of thinking about your success”—Patrick A. Bradford '89, in a new profile, discusses his career and starting a new firm ow.ly/vO3L50GVBwm
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At this year's annual Robert Abrams Public Service Lecture, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser ’94 discussed the importance of connections and community: ow.ly/rLH750GFzC4
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On Oct. 27, "Eleanor M. Fox: Antitrust Ambassador to the World" (Concurrences) was published in recognition of Prof. Eleanor Fox ’61. The 500-page Festschrift includes contributions from Fox’s friends and colleagues attesting to her eminence in her field: ow.ly/MF7P50GULLz
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In a new Q&A, Kaitie Holland '22 discusses her interest in international law, friendships and support systems at NYU Law, and her role as editor in chief of the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics: ow.ly/pW4l50GUyW7
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Read more about Prof. Cynthia Estlund’s new book, "Automation Anxiety: Why and How to Save Work," which proposes strategies for a world in which automation could dramatically reduce employment: ow.ly/IQFl50GUmmF
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Tips for a safe and healthy Thanksgiving recess: ✈️ Wear your mask when traveling or in crowds. 🍁 Follow @CDCgov recommendations for holiday gatherings. 🧪 If you end up in a risky situation or have symptoms, get tested after break. More: spr.ly/6017JieiX
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Today is the final day of @nyubalsa's food drive to benefit @BoweryMission Bring your nonperishable foods and paper and plastic goods donations to Vanderbilt Courtyard from 12-3 p.m. ow.ly/oXUw50GSq5X
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Patrick A. Bradford '89 discusses the launch of his new, Black-owned firm and how an amicus brief he co-authored was recently cited by Justice Kavanaugh in the US Supreme Court case NCAA v. Alston: ow.ly/WbEB50GSll8
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Stop by the Vanderbilt Courtyard tomorrow from 12-3 p.m. for the last day of @nyubalsa's food drive to benefit @BoweryMission BALSA is collecting nonperishable foods, paper and plastic goods, and more: ow.ly/mLgx50GSpXZ
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