CHRGJ and CGA Host Panel on Statelessness

Tweet On April 7, 2016, the Center for Global Affairs (CGA) and the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) hosted a panel on statelessness in which experts from various human rights organizations addressed the economic and social impacts of the refugee crisis for the next generation. Dr. Vera Jelinek, Divisional Dean of CGA,  welcomed  More»

CHRGJ Alumni to Join PILC and ILS International Alumni Panel

Tweet CHRGJ Alumni Eleanor Jenkin and Emily Kenney will participate in the ILS & PILC International Alumni Panel, which will take place on Wednesday March 2, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Lester Pollack Colloquium Room.  During the discussion, distinguished international public interest alumni will discuss the issues they are working on, their career trajectory, and will give advice  More»

Essay Competition on Tax Justice and Human Rights

Tweet   Calling all lawyers and legal students! Passionate about #taxjustice and #human rights? Angry that big business and wealthy elites are getting away with dodging billions in tax whilst inequality spirals out of control? Got ideas for using human rights law to challenge tax injustice? Oxfam and the Tax Justice Network have launched a  More»

Prof. Margaret Satterthwaite and Legal Director Nikki Reisch to Join 21st Annual Herbert Rubin and Justice Rose Luttan Rubin International Law Symposium

The Journal of International Law and Politics regularly organizes academic symposia at NYU Law School and online. Over the years the journal has brought together countless judges, practitioners, and academics from a variety of disciplines to tackle emergingtransnational problems and their legal implications. Thursday, November 19th, 2015, 12-6pm Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Sq. South  More»

Applications Open for ICC Moot Court Team

Does the opportunity to argue before real judges of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands sound exciting? If so, apply to be on NYU’s three-person team for the official ICC Trial Competition. I am writing to invite you to try out this fall for the ICC Moot Court Competition. International criminal law is a fascinating subject and  More»

Call for Applications: CHRGJ Student Human Rights Scholars

CHRGJ is accepting applications for its annual Student Human Rights Scholars Program. The program was established to encourage and facilitate current NYU law students to conduct independent academic research, writing and publications related to the Center’s work.  Scholars will be chosen based on proven academic merit, commitment to human rights practice and to furthering human  More»