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New York Law School
185 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013-2921

Office of Admissions: 212.431.2888

Office of the Dean: 212.431.2840

Office of Marketing and Communications: 212.431.2872

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New York Law School is located in the heart of TriBeCa in Lower Manhattan, within walking distance of both Wall Street and City Hall.

New York Law School
185 West Broadway (corner of West Broadway and Leonard Street)
New York, NY 10013-2921

Take a virtual tour of our Tribeca campus by clicking here.

St. George Residence Hall
100 Henry Street, Brooklyn, NY

New York Law School’s student housing is in the St. George Residence Hall located at 100 Henry Street in a residential neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. The Residence Hall is approximately a 15 to 20-minute subway ride to School. For information about the residence hall, please contact the Housing Office at 212.431.2166 or visit the Student Housing page here.

To view a virtual tour of the St. George Residence Hall, click here.

Directions to New York Law School:

By Subway | By PATH | By Bus | By Car |  Download PDF of Directions



7th Avenue line
1 (local) to Franklin Street. Exit at Varick Street and West Broadway. Walk one block south on West Broadway. The School is located on West Broadway between Worth and Leonard Streets.

2, 3 (express) to Chambers Street. Exit at West Broadway and walk four blocks north on West Broadway.

Lexington Avenue line
4, 5 (express) and 6 (local) to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall. Exit at Foley Square.Walk north two blocks to Worth Street and west four blocks to West Broadway.

8th Avenue line
A (express) and C (local) to Chambers Street. Exit at Church Street. Walk four blocks north on Church Street to Worth Street. Walk one block west to West Broadway.

E (local) to Canal Street; change for the A or C to Chambers Street.

Avenue of Americas (6th Ave.) line
B, D, Q (express) and F (local) to West 4th Street/Washington Square. Change at West 4th Street for the A or C to Chambers Street.

Broadway line
W, R (local) to City Hall. Exit on Broadway and walk north on Broadway to Worth Street. Walk west on Worth Street two blocks to West Broadway.

Nassau Street Line
J, Z (express) and M (local) to Chambers Street. Exit at Foley Square. Walk north two blocks to Worth Street and west four blocks to West Broadway.



PATH from Newark, Jersey City or Hoboken to World Trade Center. Exit at West Broadway and walk north approximately 10 blocks to New York Law School (at West Broadway and Leonard Street).



M1, M6 south to Broadway and Worth Street. Walk one block north to Leonard, then two blocks west to West Broadway.

M20 south to West Broadway and Worth Street.



From the Harlem River Drive/FDR Drive
Take Exit 2 (Brooklyn Bridge/Civic Center). Bear right toward Civic Center and proceed down ramp. Make a right at the light onto St. James Place.

Go straight; at the third light (street ends), make a left onto Worth Street. Continue for approximately six blocks to West Broadway.

From the Henry Hudson Parkway
West Side Highway
Take the Chambers Street exit. Follow Chambers Street three blocks and make a left onto Church Street. Follow Church Street five blocks to Leonard Street. Make a left onto Leonard Street. Go one block west to the corner of Leonard and West Broadway.

From the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel
At the exit of the tunnel, bear right onto Trinity Place. (Trinity Place becomes Church Street after the World Trade Center site.) Move to the far left lane. Continue on Church Street to Leonard Street. (Leonard Street is five blocks past Chambers Street.) Make a left onto Leonard Street and go one block west to the corner of Leonard and West Broadway.

From the Holland Tunnel
Stay in the middle lane and take the “Downtown” exit. Make a right onto Varick Street. (Varick Street becomes West Broadway.) Continue on West Broadway two blocks to Leonard Street.

From the Lincoln Tunnel
Take the West Side Highway south.
(Refer to directions from West Side Highway above.)



There are a number of parking garages in the neighborhood for fee-paid parking. On-street parking is extremely limited.

New York Law School is wheelchair accessible.