NYU School of Law
New York University School of Law has the leading program in property, land use, real estate and housing law of the top U.S. law schools. The program offers students the opportunity to study and collaborate with an unrivaled faculty, whose members play a leadership role in cutting-edge legal and policy issues in New York City and throughout the United States. The program’s extensive courses, seminars, and colloquia, and its close ties to the Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service and the Stern School of Business, provide Law School students in-depth grounding in housing policy, land use law, real estate transactions, real estate finance, community economic development, and urban policy. The program’s many opportunities for student/faculty collaboration and extracurricular activities provide a rich array of practical, hands-on opportunities for students to apply their classroom learning to important land use and housing problems in New York City and around the nation.