Through New York Law School’s wide array of clinics and experiential learning programs, centers and institutes, and co-curricular activities, students can pursue their interests while gaining real-world experience to ensure they’re practice-ready for any field.
Clinics and Experiential Learning
Learning by doing is essential to developing the skills needed to succeed after graduation. At NYLS, students can take part in clinics and other experiential learning opportunities while helping their fellow New Yorkers and exploring cutting-edge practice areas.
Centers and Institutes
NYLS’s academic centers and institutes, led by members of the faculty, are hubs of research and other scholarly endeavors, teaching, and activism. They also provide ways for students to engage in important policy issues.
NYLS has three award-winning competition teams which enable students to sharpen in-demand negotiation and advocacy skills while representing the School in competitions near and far.
Law Review and Journals
NYLS also offers opportunities for students to earn academic credit; contribute meaningful legal scholarship; and hone writing, editing, research, and professionalism skills through the New York Law School Law Review and the Family Law Quarterly.