To apply to the Graduate Division, you'll submit some required materials via the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and complete an online application by a specific deadline.
Before you begin, review the Admission 2023 Application Instructions (PDF: 452 KB) to ensure you comply with procedures and submit all required materials.
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Attach the following items to the form:
- Personal Statement
- Résumé or Curriculum Vitae
- Fee ($85)
- Addendum (if applicable)
- Certain programs have additional attachments.
Submit the following items to LSAC:
- Official Transcripts and Class Rank Statement
- English Proficiency Test Score (if applicable)
- Recommendation Letter(s)
- Applicants must register for LSAC services.
We cannot return or provide copies of any part of an application, transcripts, translations, score reports, recommendation letters, or supporting materials. We suggest you keep a copy of your application and all documents submitted.
Application materials and all supporting documents submitted in connection with an application for admitted students who enroll at New York University School of Law become part of the student's record and are subject to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
For applicants in the European Union, please see NYU’s Data Privacy Notice for Prospective Students in the E.U.
Please note: Candidates interested in the MS in Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy and MS in Health Law and Strategy do not apply through LSAC.