Notice to Prospective Students
Due to complexities in maintaining compliance with the current federal and state regulations on distance learning New York Law school is not able to accept registrations or applications for online classes from students who reside in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
In addition to the states listed above, it is possible that New York Law School may not be able to accept registrations from students in other states as well, depending on the most recent state regulations.
If you have any questions about your individual situation, please contact Erin Bond, Assistant Dean, Academic Program Development, at Erin.Bond@nyls.edu.
Student Complaint Process
Option 1 – Direct Complaint to NYLS
New York Law School desires to resolve student complaints and concerns in an efficient and fair manner. As a student enrolled in an online course at New York Law School, you are welcome to file a complaint regarding any aspect of the distance learning operations directly with New York Law School’s Graduate Programs Team.
- Hazel Weiser, Assistant Dean, Graduate Programs
- Erin Bond, Assistant Dean, Academic Program Development
- Jill Rodgers, Assistant Director for Graduate and Continuing Legal Education
Option 2 – Direct Complaint to Your State of Residence
If you prefer, you may file a complaint with your State. Below, you will find links to the Complaint Process for each state agency where NYLS currently accepts students. Please click on your state to be connected to the instructions and contact information:
District of Columbia
Utah (Consumers’ Referral Guide Introduction)
System Requirements and Technical Support
For more information about system requirements, please click here.
Please note, if you are experiencing Technical Issues, for immediate help, please reach out to the Help Desk:
- Off Campus: 855.NYLS.OIT
- On Campus: 212.431.2316
By Web-Form: You can also open a help desk ticket by submitting a request.
By Live Chat: With one of our help desk representatives by clicking here.