Your Financial Aid

Beginning with the 2015-2016 academic year Brooklyn Law School instituted an across the board 15% tuition reduction. The tuition reduction is a significant step toward addressing the national challenge of making law school more affordable and accessible to qualified students. The tuition reduction also is part of a package of aid initiatives aimed at engaging a broader array of students by offering a wide variety of aid programs.


Students may borrow federal student loans for the academic year. Graduate Plus Loans are available for the summer if the student is enrolled in six credits or more.

To qualify for a federal student loan, the student must be:

  • Enrolled at least half-time (six credits or more)
  • A citizen or permanent resident of the United States
  • Making satisfactory academic progress if already enrolled in school
  • Not in default on a previous federal student loan

For males:

  • Males 18-25 must register with Selective Service
  • Males 26 and over who did not register with Selective Service are ineligible for aid
  • The Federal Unsubsidized Loan is available to eligible students regardless of financial need (based on the FAFSA).

    Students may borrow up to $20,500 in a Federal Unsubsidized Loan per year.

    The Federal Unsubsidized Loan has a fixed interest rate of 5.84%.  There is a 1.072% origination fee paid to Direct Loan.

    Students cannot exceed a maximum federal loan aggregate of $138,500.  This includes undergraduate loans. 

    Borrowers are responsible for all interest that accrues while in school. 

  • Students may be eligible to borrow Graduate Plus Loans up to the cost of attendance (less other aid).

    The Graduate Plus loan has a fixed interest rate of 7.21%.  There is a 4.272% origination fee paid to Direct Loan.

    Graduate Plus loans disbursed after 2008 will be receive a post enrollment deferment of six months.  

    You must apply for a Graduate Plus loan with Direct Loan at www.studentloans.gov

    There is no aggregate limit on the Graduate Plus Loan.

    Borrowers are responsible for all interest that accrues while in school. 

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Have questions? We have answers.

Office of Financial Aid
One Boerum Place, 2nd Floor
Telephone: (718) 780-7915
Fax: (718) 228-6796
Email: finaid@brooklaw.edu

Mailing Address
250 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
and until 6:00 pm on Tuesdays during the academic year.