Graduate Admissions

Classes to Observe

Please note that these classes are open to observation by prospective students to the New York University School of Law only. The Law School regrets that other interested parties cannot be accommodated. Prospective applicants must pick up a pass to gain access to Vanderbilt Hall (VH) and Furman Hall (FH). Passes are available at the Law School Welcome Desk, Wilf Hall, 139 MacDougal Street. Classes are held in Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South or Furman Hall, 245 Sullivan Street. The location of the class will be provided at the Welcome Desk.

Not all Law School classes can accommodate visitors; the classes listed below are the only classes offered this semester that are open to observation by prospective students. The instructors are providing a courtesy to prospective students by allowing them to visit. Please return that courtesy by arriving early for the class, introducing yourself to the instructor, and inquiring if today is an appropriate day to accommodate an observer. We ask that you sit at the back of the classroom and do not enter a class after it has begun or exit while it is in session.

Please note that class will not be in session during the Spring Recess on March 18-24, and the last day to observe a class for the Spring 2019 semester is April 26, 2019. Classes to observe will also not be available on March 7-8, March 28-29, and April 11-12.

Class times may be subject to change because of individual faculty schedules. We appreciate your understanding and encourage you to have several options in mind for class visits.

Antitrust Law, Eleanor M. Fox
Tuesday |12:00-1:50PM
Friday |10:00-11:50AM
(class will not be held on 3/15)

Civil Litigation, Paula Galowitz
Monday |2:10-4:00PM
Thursday |11:00-12:50PM

Commercial Sales Law: Domestic and International, Kevin E. Davis
Tuesday |2:00-3:15PM
Thursday |1:00-2:15PM

Complex Litigation, Troy McKenzie
Monday |10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday |10:50-12:40PM

Constitutional Law (for 1Ls), Trevor W. Morrison
Monday |2:10-4:00PM
Thursday |3:00-4:50PM

Constitutional Law (for 1Ls), Daryl Levinson
Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM
Thursday |1:00-2:50PM

Corporate Bonds and Credit Agreements, Marcel Kahan
Monday |10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday |10:50-12:40PM

Corporations, Jennifer H. Arlen
Monday |2:10-4:00PM
Thursday |11:00-12:50PM

Corporations (for 1Ls), Richard R.W. Brooks
Monday |2:10-4:00PM
Thursday |1:00-2:50PM

Criminal Law, Rachel E. Barkow
Monday |10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday |10:50-12:40PM

Criminal Law, Kim A. Taylor-Thompson
Monday |10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday |10:50-12:40PM

Criminal Procedure: Fourth and Fifth Amendments, Barry Friedman
Monday |10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday |10:50-12:40PM

Decisionmaking in the Federal Courts, Harry T. Edwards
Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM
Thursday|1:00-2:50PM

Economic and Social Rights, Philip G. Alston
Monday|10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday|10:50-12:40PM

Employment Law, Cynthia Estlund
Tuesday|12:00-1:50PM
Friday|10:00-11:50AM

Family Law, Melissa Murray
Monday|2:10-4:00PM
Thursday|11:00-12:50PM

Family Practice Simulation, Peggy Cooper Davis
Thursday|4:00-7:50PM

Federal Courts and the Federal System, Roderick M. Hills
Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM
Thursday|1:00-2:50PM
(class will not be held on 3/26)

Free Speech, Amy M. Adler
Tuesday|12:00-1:15PM
Friday|10:00-11:15AM

Income Taxation (for 1Ls), Mitchell Kane
Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM
Thursday|1:00-2:50PM

Information Privacy Law, Katherine Jo Strandburg
Monday|10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday|10:50-12:40PM

International Humanitarian Law, Ryan Goodman
Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM
Thursday|1:00-2:50PM

International Intellectual Property Law, Rochelle C. Dreyfuss
Monday|2:10-4:00PM
Thursday|11:00-12:50PM

International Law (for 1Ls), José Enrique Alvarez
Monday|2:10-4:00PM
Thursday|3:00-4:50PM

Introduction to Law and Social Theory, David W. Garland
Monday|11:15-12:30PM
Wednesday |11:15-12:30PM

Introduction to Moral and Political Philosophy, Liam B. Murphy
Monday|2:10-3:25PM
Thursday |11:00-12:15PM

Legislation and the Regulatory State, Deborah Malamud
Monday |10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday |10:50-12:40PM

Legislation and the Regulatory State, Adam B. Cox
Friday |10:00-11:50AM
Wednesday |2:10-4:00PM

Local Government Law, Clayton Gillette
Tuesday |2:00-3:50PM
Thursday |1:00-2:50PM

Mergers and Acquisitions, Emiliano M. Catan
Tuesday | 2:00-3:15PM
Thursday |1:00-2:15PM

Mergers and Acquisitions, William T. Allen & Victor Lewkow
Monday |2:10-3:25PM
Thursday |11:00-12:15PM

Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers, Geoffrey Parsons Miller
Monday |2:10-4:00PM

Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers, Oscar G. Chase
Thursday |11:00-12:50PM

Property (for 1Ls), Katrina M. Wyman
Monday |2:10-4:00PM
Thursday |3:00-4:50PM

Property (for 1Ls), Cynthia Estlund
Monday |2:10-4:00PM
Thursday |1:00-2:50PM

Survey of Intellectual Property, Jeanne Fromer
Tuesday |2:00-3:50PM
Thursday |1:00-2:50PM

Survey of Intellectual Property (for 1Ls), Scott Hemphill
Tuesday |2:00-3:50PM
Thursday |1:00-2:50PM

The Law of Democracy, Samuel Issacharoff
Tuesday |12:00-1:50PM
Friday |10:00-11:50AM

Torts, Mark Geistfeld
Monday |10:50-12:40PM
Wednesday |2:10-4:00PM

The Fall 2019 Class Visitation Schedule will be available in September.