City Hall Experience Gives New York Law Dean an Edge

, New York Law Journal

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New York Law School, Crowell says, is defined by its "deep and rich tradition of being linked to the civic fabric." That tradition, Crowell says, is what sets the school apart from its competitors. "If you want a track into city government, there are no competitors," he said. "This is the only game in town."

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  • Jim

    "New York's Law School." LMAO. Yes, I'm sure the bottomfeeders that attend this place gladly chose to be there over Columbia, NYU, and Fordham.

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