David
Glasgow LLM ’14

“The Traditional LLM program enabled me to expand on my legal knowledge and move into new career possibilities...”

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David
Glasgow LLM ’14

“The Traditional LLM program enabled me to expand on my legal knowledge and move into new career possibilities...”

My Pathway at a Glance

Before NYU Law

Labor and employment lawyer

Clerk for the Federal Court of Australia in Melbourne

Academic Interests

Civil Rights

Legal Theory

Key Coursework

LGBT Rights Clinic

After NYU Law

Executive Director, NYU Law's Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging

Associate Director, NYU Law's Public Interest Law Center

LLM Highlight: Hands-On Experience

“Working at Immigration Equality as part of the LGBT Rights Clinic was a wonderful way of feeling like I was making a difference in the lives of people who really needed my help.”

NYU Advantage: Inspiring Faculty

“I worked with Professor Kenji Yoshino on various research projects, mostly to do with same-sex marriage, but also workplace diversity and discrimination issues, and constitutional law. He’s a terrific mentor.”

Working in the Public Interest

“After doing a fellowship at NYU’s Public Interest Law Center, I became an associate director. I’m excited to promote public service at the Law School and help students launch meaningful public interest careers.”

The Washington Square Way

“What I found most rewarding about the Traditional LLM program was the opportunity to get to know professors and work with them outside of class.”