elisecolette wrote:and, do they really care if you remove any of the furniture? I don't know if it's actually even possible but in my UG dorms the unofficial policy was that you could take something out as long as you brought it back by the time you moved out
Seems like many people try to find others in the same building to take furniture for the year. Probably would be difficult to remove from the building though, since there's a doorman 24/7 and the regular door isn't big enough for bigger furniture.
uclabruins wrote:Since NYU is a bigger school, as 1L's or 2L's, do you feel that the career services office has enough resources to individually assist you?
I've been very happy with the resources provided by NYU. I found it easy to get an appointment and they went through my resume. You get a large binder with lots of information about the job search process, and the office never seemed busy when I visited. (Perhaps it gets busier in the summer or when more 2Ls want advice).
I was surprised at the percentage of Mac's in the class. I had no problems with it.
You should probably ask your lawyering TA's about it or others in your class. There was a lot of participation so it shouldn't be hard to find a team.
I probably shouldn't have stated the number of current IP profs since there seems to be more than I thought and I hadn't researched it properly. A better choice would be to look at the number of IP courses.
For next year, there seems to be a good selection of IP and related courses (NYU groups them under "Trade Regulation")https://its.law.nyu.edu/cms/public/sche ... &showall=1https://its.law.nyu.edu/cms/public/sche ... &showall=1
There appear to be about 11 IP-related courses next year, with some other courses related to Anti-Trust and the Internet.