Schedule a Visit

An essential part of your decision on where to apply and enroll in law school is to visit the law schools you are considering. New York Law School invites prospective students to visit and experience our campus first-hand. Information sessions, campus and residence hall tours, class visitations, and meetings with faculty or administrators can be combined to tailor your visit to your needs and interests.

Information Sessions

These small group meetings are a great source for general information on the admission process, the academic program, financial assistance, and other opportunities, activities, and special programs available to New York Law School students. Each Information Session lasts approximately one hour and is presented by an admission officer. Sessions include time for questions and answers and the presenter is available following the session to address individual questions.  Advance registration of at least one week is requested.

Information Session Schedule

Thursday, September 24,  12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Tuesday, November 10,  6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Campus Tours

Guided campus tours of New York Law School are offered Monday thru Friday at 1:00 p.m. and are usually led by a Student Ambassador or an Admissions Advisor. The tour includes our new facility at 185 West Broadway, the Shepard and Ruth K. Broad Student Center, the Center for Clinical and Experiential Learning, Mendik Law Library, and classrooms.  All tours begin at the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid.  If you are not able to make our 1:00 p.m. tour, please contact our office so that we can schedule another time that is convenient for you.

Class Visits

There is no better way to immerse yourself in the NYLS experience than by sitting in on a real NYLS class, taught by real NYLS professors.  Fortunately, even before you apply, you have the opportunity to do just that.  The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, along with NYLS’s first-rate faculty, invites both prospective and newly admitted students to schedule a class visit.  These visits allow you to see what it’s like to be a first-year law school student and provide a small preview of what makes NYLS “New York’s Law School.”  Please refer to the class visit schedule below to find out the days, times, and courses available for class visits during this fall semester (August 24 through December 04.)

Corporations: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 2:00 – 3:40 p.m.

Criminal Procedure: Investigation: Monday and Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.;                    Monday, 7:50 – 9:05 p.m.; and Wednesday, 6:00 – 7:15 p.m.

Property: Monday, 7:50 – 9:30 p.m.; and Wednesday, 6:00 – 7:40 p.m.

Evidence: Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00 – 5:15 p.m.

Civil Rights: Tuesday, 6:15 – 7:30 p.m.; and Thursday, 7:50 – 9:05 p.m.

Entertainment Law: Thursday, 9:00  – 10:40 a.m.

Please RSVP here, at least 48 hours in advance if you wish to visit a class so we may ensure the professor is notified.

Residence Hall

The New York Law School Residence Hall is located inside the beautifully renovated, historic St. George Hotel, in the Brooklyn Heights section of Brooklyn. The hall is conveniently located by the 2 and 3 subway lines of the New York City subway system, with a commute of approximately 15 minutes to the New York Law School campus. Students will also have access to ample taxi service and city bus lines to meet all of their transportation needs. Although the residence hall is only blocks away from the iconic Brooklyn Bridge and Downtown Brooklyn’s most popular shopping, dining, and entertainment hotspots, within its walls there is a peaceful and study-friendly atmosphere for those looking to focus on their academic work.

The residence hall offers students apartment-style living, with each student being assigned to a single bedroom unit. Each apartment is equipped with its own private bathroom and includes electricity, cable, internet, and local telephone calls with the rent. Students will be required to enter into a lease term of approximately twelve months.

We invite those interested in learning more about the residence hall to take a virtual tour of the facility by clicking the tab on the left. You may also participate in a guided tour of the facility. We ask that all those interested in touring the residence hall email to confirm the date and time they would like a tour.

Please note that ALL tours must be confirmed in advance.

Hotels in the Area

In order to fully experience our tight knit community New York Law School invites you to join us for a campus tour or class visit. Below you will find a list of hotel offerings in or close to our Tribeca neighborhood. We encourage guests to explore as much of New York City and the surrounding areas as possible during your time in NYC. You may also want to review lodging options in other neighborhoods on the island of Manhattan, as well as the other city boroughs or options that are just a quick train ride across the river in New Jersey!


Hotels with specific discounts for NYLS guests:


130 Duane Street

New York, NY 10013


Rates for NYLS are available when making reservations. Please call the hotel directly to indicate that you are a guest of NYLS for discounted rates.

*Corporate Rate for New York Law School:

March 9- June 28 – $319.00 queen / $349.00 king

June 29-September 1 – $289.00 queen / $319.00 king

September 2 -December 31- $379.00 queen / $409.00 king

 *Certain blackout dates apply



85 West Street at Albany Street

New York, NY 10006

Corporate Rate for New York Law School:

March 9- June 28 – $349.00 standard

June 29-September 6 – $309.00 standard

September 7 -December 31- $419.00 standard


Other area hotels that may be of interest to NYLS guests:


52 William Street (near Wall Street and the World Trade Center site)

New York, NY 10005




95 West Broadway

New York, NY 10007




66 Charlton Street

New York, NY 10014




54 Watts Street

New York, NY 10013




625 Union Street

Brooklyn, NY 11215




55 Church Street

New York, NY 10007




370 Canal Street

New York, NY 10013




825 West Broadway

New York, NY 10007




2 Avenue of the Americas

New York, NY 10013



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