All of our clinical courses combine work in the field with seminars and simulation exercises. For a detailed description of each clinic and of application procedures, please visit the Clinics website. Students may not enroll in a clinic without first applying for and being accepted into it by the instructor. The application process for LLM students opens on May 20, 2016 and the deadline for submission of applications is June 3, 2016. Note that there are a few clinics that require particular qualifications which international LLM students are unlikely to have (these include Government Civil Litigation-EDNY; Government Civil Litigation-SDNY; Prosecution-EDNY; and Prosecution-SDNY).
Students who need the LLM degree to qualify to take the NY Bar should note that up to 4 credits in clinical classes may count toward the 24 credits of instruction required by the New York bar eligibility rules provided that the 4 credits include a seminar component. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Graduate Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following clinics reserve spaces for LLM students. Additional clinic opportunities will be posted later in the spring, prior to the May 20 start date of the application period.
• International Transactions - for LLMs (Spring)
• Reproductive Justice (Fall) and Advanced Reproductive Justice (Spring)
Students should submit applications to clinics online using the Clinic Application and Matching System (CAMS) (https://its.law.nyu.edu/cams/). An NYU NetID and a Law School-issued password are required to access the system. Once you log in, you will be able to upload the application form, resume and unofficial transcript required by all clinics. Note that there is a separate application form for LLM students. The application form is in Word format and should be saved to your local computer, filled out and then submitted via (CAMS). Some clinics may request additional materials to supplement the basic application; these should also be submitted online via CAMS. If you have trouble saving the form, please contact the NYU School of Law Help Desk at (212) 998-6111. For other questions about CAMS please contact Susan Hodges.