Standard 509 of the American Bar Association (ABA) requires law schools to make certain consumer information publicly available. Much of the information is included in NYU Law’s most recent ABA Standard 509 Information Report, which was released by the ABA in December 2015. Below is a guide to the categories of information that can be found in that report or elsewhere on the NYU website. For categories that appear in both the ABA report and on the website (e.g., tuition, fees, and living costs) the information on the website may be more current.

Admissions data
Standard 509 Information Report
JD entering class profile

Tuition, fees, and living costs
Standard 509 Information Report
Student expense budget

Financial aid
Standard 509 Information Report
Financial aid

Conditional scholarships and retention data
NYU Law does not award scholarships that are conditional on law school academic performance; therefore we do not post an ABA "conditional scholarship retention worksheet."

NYU Office of the Bursar - refunds

Enrollment and attrition data/graduation rate
Standard 509 Information Report

Number of full-time and part-time faculty, librarians, and administrators
Standard 509 Information Report

Curricular offerings
Course descriptions and search
Areas of study
Dual degree programs

Class sizes, number of seminar, clinical, and co-curricular offerings
Standard 509 Information Report
Course descriptions and search

Academic calendar
Current year calendar and block schedule

Academic requirements
General requirements
Degree requirements

Library resources
Standard 509 Information Report
Library home page

Buildings and campus map

Employment outcomes
Three years of comparative employment data
2016 ABA employment summary report
2015 ABA employment summary report
2014 ABA employment summary report

Bar passage data
Standard 509 Information Report
NYU Law at a glance

Criteria for transfer of credit earned at another institution
Transfer and non-matriculant admissions information
Credit requirements for dual degree candidates