Moderated by former President Clinton speechwriter Michael Waldman, NYU's Constitution Day 2012 featured a panel of expert speakers exploring voting rights and First Amendment protections in the government’s founding document — as well as the challenges facing each of them today.
A nonpartisan law and policy institute that focuses on fundamental issues of democracy and justice, the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is one of the nation's leading legal voices on election law, Constitutional law, government reform and racial justice. In 2008 it protected the voting rights of at least 500,000 citizens. The Boston Globe called the Center "indispensible." Learn more »
The Office of Government and Community Affairs (OGCA) is the University's primary liaison to the community. OGCA fields questions, addresses concerns, and disseminates information on a variety of University topics, ranging from free and public events to updates on construction projects . In partnerships with local community groups, BIDs, nonprofits, and individuals, OGCA collaborates to create events, programs, and partnerships for members of the NYU community as well as neighbors and members of the general public. Learn more »