Nondegree students may apply to take one or more of the courses offered pursuant to the LL.M. in Financial Services Law program. We encourage nondegree students to take the Securities Regulation, Derivatives Markets Regulation, and Banking Law courses initially if they do not have a fundamental background involving these areas of the law. Nonmatriculating students are expected to attend class regularly, participate fully, and fulfill all course requirements, including taking any examinations.
Alumni Auditing Policy
Each recipient of the LL.M. in Financial Services from New York Law School shall be allowed to audit additional courses at New York Law School for the applicable alumni audit fee (currently $100).
CLE Credits for Members of the New York Bar
Courses successfully completed within the Financial Services Law Program will qualify for CLE credits for both newly admitted attorneys and experienced attorneys on the basis of one CLE credit hour for each 50 minute class hour. Nonmatriculating students and students matriculating within the Financial Services Law Program should contact Jill Rodgers at email@example.com for information about CLE credits.