For Students

All NYLS students are welcome to join the Center as affiliates. Those who share a strong interest in international law are encouraged to apply.

For Students

New York Law School students are encouraged to join the Center to develop their interests in international law.

The School offers a wide variety of courses addressing the business and public dimensions of international law. Under the program, students receive guidance in structuring an appropriate curriculum in one of the most dynamic and evolving areas of law. They are also invited to attend lectures organized by the Center and participate in other activities. Thanks to a generous grant from the Starr Foundation, the CIL grants summer stipends to a select number of students pursuing summer internships in international business law.

Apply to Join

All NYLS students are welcome to apply to join the Center as affiliates. Affiliates must meet curricular and extracurricular requirements, found on the Academics section of the NYLS Portal. Students may not join or transfer to the Center during their final semester of law school.

Apply to join the Center.

C.V. Starr Summer Stipends in International Business Law

Through a generous grant from the Starr Foundation, the Center grants stipends to a select number of students to pursue internships in the area of international business law. Find more details on the Center for International Law section of the NYLS Portal.

Resources

The Center offers students general career guidance in the areas of international and comparative law, as well as international law events, internships, job opportunities, study abroad, and more. Current students can find these resources on the Center for International Law section of the NYLS Portal.

Related Courses

These courses are affiliated with the Center and likely to be of interest to affiliated students.

Comparative Law

This course explores both scholarly and practitioner perspectives, as well as case law, to seek answers to issues of rights, social justice, inequalities, racial and gender discrimination and other constitutional issues through the lens of constitutional law and Bills of Rights.
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