New York Law School

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  • 185 W Broadway

    New York, NY 10013

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  • 212-966-1384

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i take issue with the idiot who gave the previous review. NYLS is not Harvard, Yale, Columbia etc. But if you dont go to the top 15-20 law schools the rest are all the same. there is no difference btween NYLS, Brooklyn Law, Seton Hall, Cardozo. Fordham likes to think they are better but not really I went to NYLS and graduated a few years ago and now run my own law firm in Hackensack, NJ and make a six figure salary. I have several classmates of mine who are doing the same thing. Law school is your ticket. Its all who you know and what kind of personality you have and how hard you work that will get you a job and make you a successful attny. If you are a no personality loser on Law Review you dont automatically get a job if you cant interview well. Lawyers are a dime a dozen and most hiring attorneys do not care where you went except the biggest firms where you dont want to work anyway b/c its a sweat shop with no hope of making partner and the salary is not that much better when you are working 70 hours a week. Most attorneys dont go to the top schools and they have jobs. If you can get into Harvard go but if you get into NYLS be thankful you made it into a NYC school that turned down 3-4000 other applicants. I also think that NYLS students are more down to earth and are not as pompous as some of the other schools in NYC. Also, by being in NYC you have great opportunites to get internships and clerkships as well.

PROS: Solid Reputation, Location
CONS: No sport teams to root for!!

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i take issue with the idiot who gave the previous review. NYLS is not Harvard, Yale, Columbia etc. But if you dont go to the top 15-20 law schools the rest are all the same. there is no difference btween NYLS, Brooklyn Law, Seton Hall, Cardozo. Fordham likes to think they are better but not really I went to NYLS and graduated a few years ago and now run my own law firm in Hackensack, NJ and make a six figure salary. I have several classmates of mine who are doing the same thing. Law school is your ticket. Its all who you know and what kind of personality you have and how hard you work that will get you a job and make you a successful attny. If you are a no personality loser on Law Review you dont automatically get a job if you cant interview well. Lawyers are a dime a dozen and most hiring attorneys do not care where you went except the biggest firms where you dont want to work anyway b/c its a sweat shop with no hope of making partner and the salary is not that much better when you are working 70 hours a week. Most attorneys dont go to the top schools and they have jobs. If you can get into Harvard go but if you get into NYLS be thankful you made it into a NYC school that turned down 3-4000 other applicants. I also think that NYLS students are more down to earth and are not as pompous as some of the other schools in NYC. Also, by being in NYC you have great opportunites to get internships and clerkships as well.

PROS: Solid Reputation, Location
CONS: No sport teams to root for!!

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