Start at NYU Law. Go anywhere.
Studying at NYU Law puts the vast resources of one of the world’s greatest cities at you fingertips. The Law School’s inviting Greenwich Village campus, located in one of New York City’s most historic neighborhoods, meshes well with our strong community dynamic.
Step onto the world stage.
The Hauser Global Law School Program attracts leading faculty from all over the world to teach the latest perspectives on international law. Our three NYU Law Abroad locations in Buenos Aires, Paris, and Shanghai provide immersive experiences in global legal study and practice.
Enter the boardroom.
NYU Law’s cutting-edge law and business curriculum offers both corporate know-how and collaboration with business students in joint classes. The Mitchell Jacobson Leadership Program creates unique opportunities for students seeking an innovative career path.
Make the common good more common.
A public interest leader, NYU Law has dozens of public interest-focused clinics and guarantees summer funding for 1Ls and 2Ls working in government and nonprofit organizations.
Center your thinking.
NYU Law’s far-ranging intellectual life includes 10 colloquia and 32 centers and institutes tackling the most vital contemporary issues.
Guidance Every Step of the Way
NYU Law’s administrators and faculty are focused on helping you succeed both academically and professionally. Academic Service s staff will work with you to design and plan a curriculum that aligns with your goals. Faculty across disciplines offer mentoring to students seeking scholarly or professional guidance.
The Public Interest Law Center provides a wealth of resources for those who want to give something back to their communities.
The Judicial Clerkship Office counsels students and guides them through the application process.
The Office of Career Services facilitates a wealth of firm receptions and recruiting events, as well as extensive personalized career advising.