Here is welcome news. This Fall CityLaw Breakfasts will return to in-person breakfasts at the Events Center at New York Law School. Covid-19 compelled the Law School to go remote and the CityLaw Breakfasts followed into cyberspace. The Law School has in the interim rebuilt the sound and video systems in the large and comfortable Events Center on the second floor of the Law School. We will be back with in-person breakfasts this Fall.
Panel welcomed small business owners, residents, and other interested parties for a discussion regarding Tribeca and the neighborhood’s ongoing economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 4th, New York Law School’s Dean Anthony Crowell published an open letter in the Tribeca Citizen that discussed the economic impact of the pandemic on the Tribeca community and NYLS’s commitment to helping the neighborhood navigate its recovery following Covid-19. Dean Crowell wrote:
In its latest issue, New York Law School Magazine featured the Center for New York City Law and our recently-celebrated 20th anniversary. The feature, along with photos of Center events and speakers across our 20-year history is available in full here.
The Center for New York City Law rejoiced when, on Wednesday, February 29, 2012, New York Law School’s board chair Arthur Abbey and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced in coordinated press releases that Counselor to the Mayor Anthony W. Crowell would become the next Dean and President of New York Law School. Crowell had been an integral member of the Bloomberg administration since 2002. He has also has been an integral part of New York … <Read More>
On November 30, 2023, Parks Commissioner Sue Donoghue and New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) President and CEO Andrew Kimball joined elected officials to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new park in the South Bronx. The new park, located on Exterior Street between 144th and 146th Streets, will bring waterfront access and new open space for local Bronx residents.