Scheduling Your Courses
The following documents should be used in conjunction with the Schedule of Classes when preparing your course schedule for each semester. Note that not all courses are offered each semester or each year.
- First-Year Elective Guide
- Course advising
- Course descriptions
- Examination schedule
- Grade distributions from previous semesters are also available online.
- Enrollment figures (2013-2014) from Bidding Cycle #1; Bidding Cycle #2; Transfer Bidding Cycle; 1L Elective Bidding Cycle
- Enrollment figures (2012-2013) from Bidding Cycle #1; Bidding Cycle #2; Transfer Bidding Cycle; 1L Elective Bidding Cycle
- Enrollment figures (2011-2012) from Bidding Cycle #1; Bidding Cycle #2, Transfer Bidding Cycle, 1L Bidding Cycle
- Enrollment figures from 2010-2011 Bidding Cycle; Transfer Bidding Cycle; 1L Bidding Cycle (2010-2011)
- Enrollment figures from Bidding Cycle 1, Bidding Cycle 2, Bidding Cycle 3, Transfer Bidding Cycle, 1L Bidding Cycle 1 and 1L Bidding Cycle 2 (2009-10)
- Enrollment figures from Fall 2008 and Spring 2009
- Enrollment figures from Fall 2007and Spring 2008
- Enrollment figures from Fall 2004 and Spring 2005
- Enrollment figures fromFall 2003 and Spring 2004
- Enrollment figures from Fall 2002 and Spring 2003
- Enrollment figures from Fall 2001 and Spring 2002
- Faculty biographies
Faculty and course evaluations (paper only through Fall 2004) available for review at the following offices:
Office of Records and Registration, Furman Hall, Room 400
NYU School of Law Library, Vanderbilt Hall, Room 108
Spring 2005 and future semester faculty and course evaluations can be found online.
Dual Degree Information
New York University School of Law offers a number of dual degree programs with other graduate schools at the University and elsewhere.
As you think about your courses, you should contact your faculty advisor or other faculty members in subject areas in which you are interested. For additional assistance, you may also contact the Director of Academic Services (for all J.D. students) in Furman Hall, Room 400, or the Office of Graduate Affairs (for all LL.M., J.S.D., and Exchange students) in Furman Hall, Suite 340.