Stay safe! In the case of a severe weather event or other emergency, the Brooklyn Law School campus may close or delay opening. Receive alerts so you can be contacted in the event of such changes. Below is the most up-to-date information on how the campus community will be notified.
All members of the BLS community are required to have a valid Brooklyn Law School identification card, which should be carried at all times. Brooklyn Law School ID cards are issued to entering students and all employees. Your ID card must be presented every time you enter 250 Joralemon Street and Feil Hall. Read the following protocols for individual buildings:
Visitor Policies and Guidelines
The visitor policy outlined below is designed to ensure the safety, security, and smooth functioning of Brooklyn Law School while providing a welcoming environment for guests, including prospective students, alumni, professional colleagues, and community members.
Read our important tips for personal safety in NYC, safety for building residents, protecting yourself during exam periods, surviving an active shooter event, and identity theft protection:
These plans provide you with important information concerning your building such as your building’s construction type (combustible or non-combustible), sprinkler systems, means of egress and fire alarms. In addition, they provide you with basic fire prevention and fire preparedness measures.
The COVID-19 national public health emergency ended on May 11, 2023.
Brooklyn Law School strongly encourages all students, faculty, administrators, and guests to be vaccinated and stay up to date on all vaccines and boosters as recommended by the CDC (see guidelines Stay Up to Date with COVID-19 Vaccines | CDC).
Anyone in the Brooklyn Law School Community who is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, tests positive, or was exposed to COVID-19 should follow CDC guidelines Isolation and Precautions for People with COVID-19 | CDC.
Masking is welcome but not required.
Contacts & Resources
If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with the Department of Public Safety, or reach out to individual buildings through their official contact numbers. We also offer specialized hotlines for students in need.