The Office of Student Life offers vast opportunities for students to get involved on campus. With over 30 active clubs and organizations, students can surely participate in a club or activity and further explore an area of interest. Our clubs and activities provide students with an opportunity to meet their fellow classmates, take leadership positions, and engage in activities directly related to topics they’re interested in. Students can immediately begin engaging with their classmates, the law school, and the legal community. With organizations such as Moot Court, Dispute Resolution Team, and Law Review, students can keep their legal skills engaged while class isn’t in session. In addition, the entire NYLS Community gathers together at events such as the Annual Public Interest Goods and Services Auction, where we raise money for public interest scholarships while enjoying each other’s company.
The Office of Student Life isn’t limited to just on-campus activities, however. New York Law School’s housing department helps students find housing of their own, or gives students the chance to live in our Residence Hall in the east village. The off-campus experience is just as important, so our students get the true New York City experience. Students have the opportunity to explore the city, while living in a great neighborhood and earning their degrees.