Global Public Service Law Project - New York
110 W. Third Street, Second Floor
The Global Public Service Law Project seeks to bring a comparative perspective to the study of public interest law at NYU School of Law. We bring to NYU activist lawyers from the developing and transitional world who would not usually be able to study abroad. We work closely with human rights and other legal NGOs in the developing and transitional world to learn more about the variety of activist lawyering strategies being utilized across the globe. The Project is comprised of the LL.M. (a legal graduate degree) in Public Service Law which was designed for non-US activist lawyers; a post-graduate fellowship program; an international summer internship program for law students; a seminar entitled, "Global Public Service Lawyering: Theory and Practice;” and sponsorship of two foreign Global Law Faculty who visit NYU Law and teach in the area of global public service law.