From NYU Global Home, click on the NYU Classes link found at the Academics tab.
Use NYU Classes to access class websites where faculty post course materials and messages.
Professors may assign readings for the first day of classes. Assignments may be posted at the Early Assignments webpage of the Law School website at the link above or at NYU Classes.
The SBA (Student Bar Association – NYU Law’s student government) posts outlines of classes made by students in prior years at the link above. These can be helpful study aids as you make your own course outlines/notes. Please note that the SBA has not checked the content of these student-authored outlines for errors and misstatements. The outlines have not been reviewed by law school faculty. You should not rely on these student-authored outlines as legal authority. These outlines are intended to supplement a student's own work, not replace it.
Click on the link above to complete online forms: Emergency Contact, Academic Honesty, Memorandum of Understanding, and Photo Authorization. The Law School requires that all students complete these forms.
New York State Law and/or New York University policy requires all incoming students to complete health-related documents, including a health history; proof of immunization against measles, mumps and rubella; and to acknowledge that they have received information regarding meningitis or provide proof of vaccination.
Connect with Law School and University-Wide Organizations and Events
Click on the link above to view NYU Law’s calendar of events and programs.
The Docket publishes notices of NYU Law School events, important administrative bulletins, and other notices of general interest to the Law School community.
Student Group Listservs (sign up using NYU email)
From NYU Global Home, click the NYU Life tab and then the NYU Lists link, or click on the Student Group Listervs link above. Many student organizations both at the Law School and University-wide maintain listservs which you can join to receive emails about activities and events.
Coases list is the NYU Law student community's all-purpose listserv used to exchange and sell property and to post information. To subscribe, click on the link above or follow the instructions regarding Student Group Listservs. On the listserv page, you will find coases-list under the heading “Topic Lists.”
7 Washington Place
NYU students must have an NYU ID card in order to gain access to NYU buildings and facilities. You can obtain your card at the NYU Card Center with proof of identification such as a passport.
726 Broadway; Tel: (212) 998-4678
Course books and materials are available for purchase at the NYU Bookstore. When you visit the bookstore, please bring your student ID card and/or your university ID (N number) and/or your course names and numbers so that you can easily find required books. Store hours can be found online.
726 Broadway 3rd and 4th floors
Tel: (212) 443-1000
All matriculated students may use the Student Health Center whether enrolled in an NYU-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan or maintaining alternate health insurance coverage. No student will be denied services. SHC offers routine and walk-in primary care and women’s health services at either no cost or at reduced cost. For more information student health insurance including the online enrollment and waiver processes, deadlines, plan benefits, referral requirements and coverage for dependents, please visit www.nyu.edu/health/insurance.
Click on the link above to learn for information about NYU’s gyms and other athletic opportunities.
Technology Assistance - Helpdesk (Vanderbilt Hall 211)
To log in to NYU’s wireless network, click on ‘nyu’ from the list of available networks. When prompted enter your NetID and NYUHome password. Click on link above for more information about technology (email, data backup, mobile devices, software)
Key University Offices and Resources
Kimmel, 60 Washington Sq. South, 7th floor
Helps students University-wide navigate NYU and the City. Offers many fun events and activities for graduate students; provides opportunities to meet fellow students from schools across the University.
383 Lafayette St.
OGS provides information on visas, tax and employment, visitors, and other topics of interest to international students. OGS hosts several events throughout the year for international students University-wide. Click on the link above to access information about OGS programs, services and events, and to make sure that your email is configures to receive OGS messages.
The Law School is part of the larger University – click on the link for a more comprehensive list of NYU resources available to you.