Kimberly
Chow ’14

“As part of the DC Clinic, I worked at the Commerce Department on Internet and privacy issues and learned about government from the inside out...”

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Kimberly
Chow ’14

“As part of the DC Clinic, I worked at the Commerce Department on Internet and privacy issues and learned about government from the inside out...”

My Pathway at a Glance

Before NYU Law

College counselor

Communications and development associate

BA, Yale University

 

Academic Interests

Intellectual Property Law

Media Law

Beyond the Books

NYU Journal of Intellectual Property & Entertainment Law

Legal Outreach

Summer Work

Office of the General Counsel, University of California

Reed Smith

After NYU Law

Reed Smith, DC

Ethics & Excellence in Journalism Legal Fellow, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press (2014-2015)

2L HIghlight: Inspiring Faculty

“I took a seminar on the justice system in China and Taiwan. Discussing media issues in China with Professor Jerome Cohen, the foremost expert in Chinese legal issues, has been one of the most rewarding parts of my law school career.”
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The NYU Law Advantage: Practitioners in the Classroom

“Media Law with David McCraw, the assistant general counsel of the New York Times, was really valuable. He would come into class and say, ‘When we were deciding whether to publish the material from WikiLeaks, this is the type of thought process we went through.’ It made the field real.”

3L Highlight: Talk of the Town

“I want to be a media lawyer. While I was at NYU Law, I got a taste of what that’s really like by interning at the New Yorker.”

The Washington Square Way

“At NYU Law, I really got a wide exposure to all of the media law issues I was interested in.”