Beyond the intense academic challenge of our curriculum, there are many other exciting intellectual opportunities. Our award-winning Moot Court Honor Society is ranked among the nation’s best and our four scholarly, student-edited journals – the Brooklyn Law Review, the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Journal of Law and Policy and the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law – and are widely read by jurists, practitioners, and scholars. Prestigious fellowships such as the Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship, the International Business Law Fellowship, the International Human Rights Fellowship, and the Zaretsky Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Fellowship, among others, are other ways for you to achieve academic and professional success.
Did you know?
Our Moot Court Honor Society is one of the most accomplished moot court programs in the country, consistently winning national championships and other top honors year after year. In the last ten years, Brooklyn Law School teams garnered over 20 national championships and over 40 other first prizes. Our students have also distinguished themselves repeatedly in national writing contests and by publishing works in law reviews.