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More than a century of excellence, since 1901

Our innovative programs have been empowering lawyers for more than 119 years.

Brooklyn Law School is driving forward to help you meet the demands of a new world of law. Our faculty members have earned national and international acclaim in diverse fields, including evidence, torts, civil liberties, intellectual property, commercial law, and more. Our nationally renowned clinical program--one of the first of its kind--is today one of the country’s most diverse and comprehensive professional skills programs. Further enriching the learning environment, our academic centers host events, offer scholarship opportunities, and provide additional training in a wide range of fields and disciplines by bringing experts from all over the world to the Law School. We attract highly qualified students from the most prestigious undergraduate institutions, and our alumni network of 23,000 graduates extends worldwide.

About Us
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Read the mission statement of Brooklyn Law School.
A Legacy of Excellence
Innovative programs built from a century of expertise with a modern edge.
About Brooklyn
Discover New York City's biggest and best borough.
Brooklyn Law School has been committed to diversity since 1901.
Employment Opportunities
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Honoring our Graduates at the Annual Ceremony.

Essentials for a strong, modern law school

Year Founded
Backed by over a century of excellence, our innovative programs meet the demands of a new world of law. We continue to build on our reputation as a leader in legal education.
Members in Alumni Network
Our extensive alumni network spans the United States, 4 U.S. territories, 50 countries, and industries including business, private practice, government, non-profits, start-ups & public interest.
First-Year Students Received Aid
We assist our students in getting financial support. Our 2018 Entering Class Statistics show that 88% of first-year students received some form of institutional aid in 2017-2018.