Founded in 1901, Brooklyn Law School is a vibrant intellectual community emphasizing teaching excellence, cutting-edge scholarship, and an innovative academic program designed to prepare students for public service and private practice.
Our nationally renowned clinical program one of the first of its kind is today one of the country’s most diverse and comprehensive professional skills programs.
Further enriching the learning environment, our academic centers host events, offer scholarship opportunities, and provide additional training in a wide range of fields and disciplines by bringing experts from all over the world to the Law School.
We attract highly qualified students from the most prestigious undergraduate institutions, and our alumni network of 23,000 graduates extends worldwide.
Brooklyn Law School’s academic centers host innovative scholarship and offer training in a wide range of fields and disciplines.
From public interest law to private international law, from health law to law, language, and cognition, these centers host lectures, symposia, and conferences that enrich the learning environment by bringing experts from all over the world to the Law School and by providing students with valuable research opportunities.
Brooklyn Law School seeks individuals who are outstanding in their fields and wish to become part of a vibrant, higher education community dedicated to the success of our students. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits package.
To apply for an open position, please forward your resume along with a cover letter to the contact person listed in the job announcement. When applying by email, please indicate the position for which you are applying in the subject line.Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, it is not possible for us to respond to each one. If your resume is of interest, we will contact you directly to set up an interview.
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For more information on student services and amenities, our Office of Student Affairs is the primary advocate and administrative liaison for the student body. The office is responsible for enhancing quality of life for students through support of student groups, accommodations for disabilities, assistance with ethical issues, academic advising, counseling, securing Law School services, and publishing resources for students.
Brooklyn Law School library is a member of the Federal Depository Library Program, serving as a selective depository for U.S. government documents. The BLS Library became a selective depository in 1974 and holds few government documents published prior to that date. At present, the Library selects less than 12% of available items from the Government Printing Office.
Brooklyn Law School maintains four computer labs in its Library on the lower level, and on floors 2M and 3. A limited number of laptop computers can be borrowed at the Library’s circulation desk for a period of up to four hours at a time. Library laptops cannot be taken out of the Library.
Our students can go see a local therapist for a free and confidential consultation. Students can find contact information to the therapists here.
Students who carry the health insurance plan through the School have a low co-pay of only $10 or doctor and therapist appointments. We negotiated that low rate to make care accessible and affordable for our students.
Beyond your studies, the Law School offers a vibrant world of student organizations, social activities, neighborhoods to explore, and many other opportunities to make the most of your time in Brooklyn Heights. To help you get oriented, we've listed resources that will help you stay in shape, get around, eat well, and situate yourself on campus.
Brooklyn Heights is brimming with opportunities for exercise. There is a broad selection of yoga classes, pilates, and fitness centers, and a wide variety of athletic programs. Many students opt to put on their running gear and jog through our beautiful city (two popular routes are across the Brooklyn Bridge and back or through Brooklyn Heights and along the Promenade).
There are more than 40 student organizations within the Law School, representing a variety of practice areas and cultural groups. Members develop substantive and informative student programs throughout the school year, as well as organize school-wide social events.
Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York, founded in 1901, is fully approved by the American Bar Association through its Council of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.
The Summer Law Program in Beijing is approved by the American Bar Association. The Law School’s curriculum is registered with and approved by the New York State Education Department.
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