Continuing Legal Education

New York University School of Law sponsors frequent lectures, panels, workshops and conferences as a service to alumni and the legal community. These offerings feature leading members of the Law School's faculty, as well as outstanding practitioners and government officials. Many of these events confer Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. Check the calendar or click here for a list of upcoming events.

Program Title Contact Telephone E-mail
Center for Labor and Employment Law Labor Center (212) 992-8103
Institute of Judicial Administration Alison Kinney (212) 998-6196
NYU School of Law/KPMG Lecture Series Tax Office (212) 998-6150
Workshop on Bankruptcy and Business Reorganizations Ben Eisenman (212) 998-6242

You may contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations for information on other events for alumni that confer CLE credit. Please call (212) 998-6410 or e-mail

For information on the Institute of Federal Taxation and other tax conferences, which are coordinated by NYU's School of Professional Studies, please call (212) 790-1321 or visit

Enrolled Graduate Students

Students in graduate programs at NYU School of Law may receive CLE credit for the successful completion of LLM courses. Upon completion of a course at NYU School of Law, a student may obtain certification by making a written request to the Office of Records and Registration at245 Sullivan Street, Furman Hall, Fourth Floor, New York, NY 10012, telephone: (212) 998-6040, facsimile: (212) 995-4523, e-mail: The request should include the student's name, student number, the title of the course for which CLE credit is requested, the semester in which the course was taken, and the student's current mailing address.

New York State Continuing Legal Education

Information on the CLE Program including the CLE Rules (Part 1500), the regulations and guidelines of the CLE Board and a list of CLE Board Accredited Providers may be obtained through the New York State Unified Court System.

You may also contact the CLE Board by e-mail:

Or by telephone: (212) 428-2105
(877) NYS-4CLE (for calls outside New York)