The Center for Business and Financial Law (CBFL) at New York Law School provides students with an unparalleled, rigorous, and integrated approach to academic study and skills training in all aspects of corporate, commercial, and financial law. Through cutting-edge courses, events, projects, and research, the CBFL brings together academics, practitioners, and students to address the challenges that animate business and finance.
The CBFL’s areas of focus include:
- Deal School focusing on transactional law education and skills development.
- The Financial Services Law Institute focusing on the regulation of financial institutions.
- Project Start-Up focusing on the legal and business challenges facing new and small businesses.
- The Corporate Values Project focusing on researching and developing policy frameworks that respect and support the inter-connectivity of business and society.
- The Compliance Working Group focusing on the compliance field across a range of industries.
Students may affiliate with the CBFL either through the Harlan Scholars Program or through the Associates Program.
For a listing of faculty directors and associate directors, click here.