This article, reprinted from The New York Times, is targeted to students to enhance their college experience, but the five exercises can be used by lawyers and others to enhance their career development.
Defending Mohammad is the second edition of my memoir serving as defense counsel to the lead suspect in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing trial.
Representing suspected terrorists, white supremacists, child pornographers and other highly unpopular defendants.
How do you feel about the use of executed Chinese prisoners in commercial exhibitions?
NYU law professor Roderick Hills says "that freedom of speech at NYU-Shanghai might be greater than at NYU-Washington Square or other schools on American soil.''
Without courage, we may not make changes we know we should make to be happy.
Alan Watts on why it's hazardous to think of your career as a journey with a satisfying destination.
Does the silence of U.S. universities in China in the face of human rights abuses legitimize a government that oppresses its citizens?
Despite political pressures, foreign firms can give valuable moral support to public interest lawyers in China.
To mark the first anniversary of China's continuing crackdown on human rights advocates we present an interview with Teng Biao -- one of China’s best-known civil-rights lawyers.
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