In accordance with coronavirus-related measures and restrictions announced by the University and NYU Law, based on guidance from health authorities, the Office of JD Admissions is reducing in-person operations. As such, employees are working remotely, and the admissions office will not be able to host visitors until further notice. Class visitations have also been canceled. These measures are designed to protect the health and well-being of the community, including our guests.
JD Admissions representatives are working remotely, and we are available via email. You may also call +212-998-6060, 10 am - 3 pm, Monday - Friday to speak to a representative.
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. You do not need to ask permission to attend a particular class. Faculty are on notice that prospective applicants may be observing their class.
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, nor exit while it is in session.
Please note that class the last day to observe a class for the spring 2020 semester is April 23, 2020
Class times may be subject to change. We appreciate your understanding and encourage you to have several options in mind for class visits. Questions regarding class visits should be directed to the Office of Admissions.
The spring 2020 class visitation schedule is now available. Accounting for Lawyers, Stanley Siegel Tuesday|12:00-1:50PM Antitrust and Regulatory Alternatives I, Harry First Monday|9:25-10:40AM Wednesday|9:25-10:40AM Bankruptcy, Michael Ohlrogge Wednesday|2:10-4:00PM Friday|12:00-1:50PM Business Crime, Jennifer H Arlen Monday|2:10-4:00PM Thursday|11:00-12:50PM Civil Litigation, Paula Galowitz Monday|2:10-4:00PM Thursday|11:00-12:50PM Commercial Sales Law: Domestic and International, Clayton Gillette Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Complex Litigation, Troy McKenzie Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Constitutional Law, Melissa Murray Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Constitutional Law, Deborah Malamud Tuesday|12:00-1:50PM Friday|10:00-11:50AM Constitutional Law (for 1Ls), Daryl Levinson Monday|2:10-4:00PM Thursday|3:00-4:50PM Constitutional Law (for 1Ls), Kenji Yoshino Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Corporate Bonds and Credit Agreements, Marcel Kahan Monday|2:10-4:00PM Thursday|11:00-12:50PM Criminal Law, Rachel E Barkow Monday|10:50-12:40PM Wednesday|2:10-4:00PM (Class will not be held on either March 9 or March 11) Criminal Procedure Survey, Andrew Weissmann Wednesday|2:10-4:00PM Friday|12:00-1:50PM Criminal Procedure: Police Practices (for 1Ls), Stephen J Schulhofer Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Decision making 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 Ethical and Legal Challenges in the Modern Corporations, Helen S. Scott and Karen Brenner Tuesday|4:00-6:50PM Dates: 02/11/2020-05/05/2020 European Union Law: Integration and Disintegration, Gráinne de Búrca Tuesday|12:00-1:15PM Friday|10:00-11:15AM Income Taxation, Laurie L Malman Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM International Law (for 1Ls), José Enrique Alvarez Monday|2:10-4:00PM Thursday|3:00-4:50PM International Litigation and Arbitration, Linda J Silberman and Kevin D. Benish Tuesday|4:00-6:50PM Thursday|4:00-6:50PM International Tax III, John P Steines Tuesday|12:00-1:50PM Legislation and the Regulatory State, Sally Katzen Wednesday|10:50-12:40PM Thursday|11:00-12:50PM Legislation and the Regulatory State, Emma Kaufman Monday|10:50-12:40PM Wednesday|10:50-12:40PM Legislation and the Regulatory State, Adam B. Cox Monday|10:50-12:40PM Wednesday|10:50-12:40PM Mergers and Acquisitions, Edward Rock Tuesday|9:30-10:45AM Thursday|9:30-10:45AM Partnership Taxation, Noël B Cunningham Monday|10:50-12:40PM Wednesday|10:50-12:40PM Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers, Geoffrey Parsons Miller Monday|2:10-4:00PM Property (for 1Ls), Daniel Hulsebosch Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Property (for 1Ls), Katrina M Wyman Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Regulation of Foreign Corrupt Practices, Kevin E Davis Tuesday|12:00-1:50PM Survey of Intellectual Property (for 1Ls), Katherine Jo Strandburg Tuesday|2:00-3:50PM Thursday|1:00-2:50PM Torts, Catherine M. Sharkey Monday|10:50-12:40PM Wednesday|10:50-12:40PM
The fall 2020 class visitation schedule will be available in early September.