Part-Time Evening Division
Since 1894, New York Law School’s Evening Division has produced some of the School’s most accomplished graduates, from law firm partners to government officials, entrepreneurs, and advocates. For more than 125 years, the Evening Division has enabled a diverse body of students to build on their success in current jobs or to begin second careers.
Enhance Your Career or Launch a New One
Evening Division students take the same required courses as daytime NYLS students, but on an altered schedule, attending courses Monday through Thursday, beginning at 6:00 p.m., to earn their J.D.s in four years.
- Center for Business and Financial Law
- Center for International Law
- Center for New York City Law
- Center for Real Estate Studies
- Innovation Center for Law and Technology
- Wilf Impact Center for Public Interest Law
Develop Professionally From Day One
Academic planning and professional development are seamlessly integrated at NYLS. Every evening student works with a counselor to discuss class schedules, set career goals, explore internship and post-graduation opportunities, and address individual advising questions. In addition, NYLS’s Evening Division Coordinator is a one-stop resource for all evening students.
NYLS strongly encourages and supports relationship building. The School works with organizations that offer flexible externship and pro bono opportunities geared towards evening students. Career panels, lectures, and networking events are frequently offered in the evenings.
Explore Scholarship Programs
The Evening Division embraces professionals from all backgrounds, including veterans, public servants, and parents. Contact the Office of Financial Aid with questions about scholarship opportunities for evening students.