The Fines & Fees Justice Center, located at NYLS, has received a generation donation to support the organization’s efforts to restore integrity to the U.S. justice system by eliminating the harmful and unjust impacts of fines and fees.
Professor Kirk Burkhalter reflects on the research that fueled the development of NYLS Pro to fit the needs of the busy 21st-century professional, as well as his own experiences with the Evening Division.
Madeleine Robinson 3L has won recognition for her legal writing in the 13th annual Hofstra Law and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Family Law Writing Competition.
In an article for The National Jurist, NYLS’s Executive Director of Career Development and Employer and Alumni Relations shares key advice for law students on emerging and nontraditional legal careers.
Two NYLS students have been awarded the AT&T Pro Bono Excellence Scholarship in recognition of their exemplary pro bono service to those in need.
A recent issue of preLaw magazine spotlights the benefits of attending an independent graduate institution like New York Law School.
At NYLS, students have exceptional opportunities to work with judges in one of the many courthouses near campus to gain valuable legal experience.
NYLS’s Nonprofit and Small Business Clinic helps law students develop the knowledge and skills to handle a wide-range of transactional legal matters by working with nonprofits and small businesses throughout New York City.
NYLS’s Cyberharassment Clinic provides an unprecedented opportunity for law students to represent victims of online harassment.
The program is open to qualified lawyers who hold a J.D. degree from an American Bar Association-accredited law school or an equivalent foreign law degree. Register for an upcoming information sessions.