Last week, Judge Broderick granted NYU’s motion to dismiss a class action complaint brought by a “John Doe” alleging that NYU Law Review gives “preferential treatment to women, non-Asian racial minorities, homosexuals, and transgender people when selecting its members” due, in part, to the journal’s practice of “requir[ing] each applicant to submit a statement of interest that provides ‘a more comprehensive view of [him or her] as an individual.’” John Doe is a first-year law student, who “aspires to join his school’s law review.”Continue Reading Judge Broderick Rejects as Speculative Anonymous Plaintiff’s Claims that NYU Law Review’s Diversity Policies Unlawfully Discriminate