Learn by Doing
Our 40+ clinics give you firsthand experience representing clients in areas as different as immigration and innovation. And with 30+ centers and 10 student journals, you can get involved in whatever interests you.
Watch: Students talk about clinics.
You'll get hands-on experience in tackling complex, real-world issues through our clinics and externships. Roughly 500 students participate every year.
Watch: Bobby Hunter ’18 on his journal experience with NYU Law’s Review of Law and Social Change
Working on a student journal is great way to gain valuable experience in legal research, writing, and editing. NYU Law students publish 10 journals. The NYU Law Review is oldest, first published in 1924; the NYU Journal of Intellectual Property & Entertainment Law began in 2012.
Watch: Samah Mcgona Sisay '18 on how the Women of Color Collective enhanced her NYU Law experience
Whether it’s the Art Law Society or the Law and Business Association, it doesn’t take long to find a student group that matches your interests and experiences.
Watch a conversation with Professor Melissa Murray and Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Centers & Institutes
30+ research centers and institutes connect you to NYU Law’s rich intellectual life through conferences, fellowships, and courses.