NYU School of Law offers the following year-long clinics to NYU Law students. Each of these clinics is 14 credits and therefore accounts for roughly half of a student's course load for the academic year. (The exceptions are the Legal Empowerment and Judicial Independence Clinic and Racial Justice and Abolition Clinic, which each carry 12 credits; and the NYS Office of Attorney General Social Justice Externship, which carries 10 credits.) Please select from the links below to learn more about each clinic.
To apply for clinics, please use the Clinic Application and Matching System (CAMS). For specific questions regarding individual clinics, please contact the professors. Their information may be found on the Contact Us page.
- Civil Litigation - Employment Law Clinic
- Civil Rights and Racial Justice Clinic
- Civil Rights in the Criminal Legal System
- Criminal Defense and Reentry Clinic
- Earth Rights Advocacy Clinic
- Family Defense Clinic
- Federal Defender Clinic
- Global Justice Clinic - for JDs
- Immigrant Rights Clinic
- International Transactions Clinic - for JDs
- Juvenile Defender Clinic
- Legal Empowerment and Judicial Independence Clinic - for JDs
- New York State OAG Social Justice Externship
- Racial Justice and Abolition Clinic