Law School classes cover a wide range of topics, and vary in size and format to include courses, seminars, simulations, colloquia, clinics, and externships.


As you familiarize yourself with academics at the Law School, consider your interests and goals, academic requirementsregistration guidelines, and, if applicable, bar eligibility requirements.

NYU Law offers more than 300 courses in 16 areas of study. Our academics combines rigorous examination of the law's theoretical bases with a real grounding in the practical aspects of lawyering. The Law School also offers 45+ clinics, 10 colloquia, more than 50 international courses as well as the specially created NYU Law Abroad

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LLM (Non-Tax), Advanced Certificate, Tax LLM, and MSL

The Law School’s online course catalog is a rich source of information about classes; the links on this page provide additional tools to guide you in making decisions about your academic program.

Registration begins during summer when students select classes. Staff of the Office of Graduate Tax is available then and throughout the registration process to refer you to resources and provide one-on-one advisement via video conferencing, phone or in-person meetings.

Please visit our website for more information on Registration.