Located in Greenwich Village, NYU School of Law was founded in 1835. It is highly ranked by U.S. News & World Report and it continues to be a very competitive school. NYU Law is known for its international law program, known as the Hauser Global Law School Program. Besides international law, NYU offers additional focuses in business, clinics, constitutional, criminal, innovation, interdisciplinary, public interest, tax, and environmental.
Students can choose to pursue the dual-degree programs. Most of these programs are joint degree programs associated with other universities, including Princeton University, Harvard University, the University of Singapore, and the University of Melbourne. NYU Law prepares its students for the law world through the Lawyering Program and the Administration and Regulatory State.
NYU Law has thirty six institutes and centers, such as the Institute for International Law and Justice. Since international law is NYU Law’s specialty, it offers study abroad programs in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Paris, France, and Shanghai, China. Recently, NYU School of Law established programs in Law of Democracy and Law and Security. NYU Law is also known for its business and law program. The business and law program offers courses from tax law to business crime.
Students can become involved in public service through NYU’s Public Interest Law Center. Along with public service, NYU values leadership education for its law students. Leadership training courses and seminars allow students to be able to build these skills. The professors at NYU Law are experts in their fields and NYU continues to expand the size of its law faculty. Outside of the classroom, students are able to join over fifty six organizations and are encouraged to explore the city.
NYU Law’s alumni often work for government offices and major businesses. Many of the alumni have served in the House of Representatives. NYU School of Law has nine law journals and is best known for New York University Law Review, its most highly acclaimed journal.
New York University School of Law
Office of J.D. Admissions
139 MacDougal Street, Suite C-20
New York, NY 10012-1076
Phone: (212) 998 – 6060
November 15 is the Early Decision deadline.
February 15 is the deadline for regular admission. Decisions are made by the end of April.
Entering NYU School of Law students must start in the fall.
Number of 2018 applicants: 7,493
Number of 2018 matriculants: 413
Median LSAT: 170
Median GPA: 3.79
LSAT range (25 to 75 percentile): 167 to 172
GPA range (25 to 75 percentile): 3.61 to 3.90
Tuition (2018-2019): $66,422
Room, board and other: $28,700
Total estimated cost of attendance (2018-2019): $95,122
Students who receive grants: 49%
Median grant amount: $25,000
NYU School of Law does not offer conditional scholarships that can be reduced or eliminated based on academic performance.
Bar passage differential: 13.6%
Transfers out: 2
Net transfers: +56