Alok
Nadig ’16

“It was important to me to find a place where I’d get institutional support for legal issues in gender and sexuality. NYU more than delivered.”

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Alok
Nadig ’16

“It was important to me to find a place where I’d get institutional support for legal issues in gender and sexuality. NYU more than delivered.”

My Pathway at a Glance

Before NYU Law

BA in Sociology, BM in Voice and Opera, Music Theater Certificate, Northwestern University

Academic Interests

Civil Rights

Beyond the Books

NYU Law Review

OUTLaw

Substantial Performance

Summer Work

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

Legal Intern, ACLU LGBT & AIDS Project

Research Assistant, Professors Deborah Malamud and Catherine Sharkey

After NYU Law

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

Clerk for Judge Carlos Lucero, US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit (2017-2018)

1L Highlight: Study Group

“I was in a fantastic study group my 1L year. We’d meet a couple of times a week to study and review practice tests. I’m happy we got to experience those rites of passage together.”

Public Service Network

“My 1L summer, I was a legal intern at the ACLU’s LGBT & AIDS Project. I was interviewed for the job by an NYU Law alum.”

Faculty Mentor

“I had Catherine Sharkey for Torts and Advanced Torts, and I worked as her research assistant during my 2L Fall. She’s imparted so much guidance and wisdom.”

Building Community

“I was the co-chair of OUTLaw, a political advocacy organization as well as an important social resource for LGBT students and their allies at NYU.”

Beyond the Books

“As a former performer and singer, I loved the opportunity to be involved with Substantial Performance. The a cappella group is a great social activity to look forward to every week.”
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