- Auditing with the permission of the instructor and subject to such conditions as the instructor may impose, a matriculated law student may audit a course.
- Courses that have closed (filled) may not be audited. Auditing courses is considered “unofficial” and students 1) do not enroll in those courses, 2) do not take examinations in those courses, and 3) do not write papers for those courses. Audited courses do not appear on the student’s transcript.
- If you are not an NYU Law student or an alum you may not audit a class.
- NYU Law alumni can audit a course on a for-credit basis.
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