Brooklyn Law School is home to student organizations and events devoted to issues of multiculturalism.
View the extraordinary contributions of our diverse faculty.
Brooklyn Law School’s Commitment to Diversity and Anti-Racism
Learn more about Brooklyn Law School's commitment to anti-racism and the engaging work, conversations, and explorations taking place to ensure the law school lives up to its own ambitions.
As a law school strongly committed to diversity, we are dedicated to maximizing career opportunities for our students.
Alumni & Mentoring
Brooklyn Law School has a long tradition of alumni who were trailblazers. We provide mentoring between current students and graduates.
We support veterans and provide dedicated resources.
Title IX & Reasonable Accommodations
Brooklyn Law School is committed to maintaining a respectful, supportive, and inclusive, community free from sexual misconduct. The Law School’s Sexual Misconduct Policy identifies behavior that constitutes sexual misconduct and was created to foster a climate of respect and security on campus and to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct. These procedures help ensure that students understand their rights and are aware of how to find any resources they may need. The Law School has mandatory Title IX training for all incoming and student leaders.
Students seeking a reasonable accommodation based on a physical or mental disability must seek accommodations through the accommodation process. The purpose of the Reasonable Accommodation Procedures is to provide students with information about how to request accommodations so that their physical or mental disability, including pregnancy and related conditions, do not exclude them from Brooklyn Law School’s academic programs and activities.
Louise Cohen, Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator
250 Joralemon Street, Room 610B
Brooklyn, NY 11201