Human Resources

Hiring New York University Students

Placing Ads

New York University School of Law departments requiring student support should contact the Office of Human Resources at to have an ad placed on the University's Handshake website. 

Hiring Process

Step 1:

Upon accepted job offer, the supervisor, faculty member, or faculty assistant must download the updated School of Law Employment Confirmation Form (PDF: 157 KB), complete Part I of the form, and submit it to the student worker to complete the remaining section. The Employment Confirmation Form is a fillable PDF.

  • Note, international students must apply for a Social Security Number if they do not have one.  Students must follow the Social Security Number instructions provided by the Office of Global Services.  The Social Security Administration has limited in-office hours and there have been delays in securing an appointment.  At this time, you can still move on to Step 2 even if you have not secured an SSA appointment yet or received your SSN card in the mail.

Step 2:

All students must register their on-campus employment with the New York University Wasserman Center for Career Development once every academic year.  For students who have never worked on-campus before, the process also involves completing a USCIS Form I-9 remotely with Wasserman, and tax forms and direct deposit online via PeopleSync.  Please visit Wasserman Center On-Campus Employment for instructions. Once you have completed their process, Wasserman will approve your Appointment Form in Albert.  If you have any questions, you may contact Wasserman directly at or 212-998-4758.

Step 3:

Students must download and email the approved Wasserman Appointment Form and completed Employment Confirmation Form to NYU Law Human Resources at before or on the appointment start date.  Law Human Resources will provide information related to the digital Wage Rate Form, timesheet completion and the bi-weekly pay schedule, and if applicable, will remind you to let us know once you've received your SSN receipt and card in the mail.  Students must record their hours worked promptly.