All full-time students accepted into the Brooklyn Law School LL.M. program will have the option of living in Feil Hall, a modern high-rise building completed in 2005 to accommodate the needs of our diverse and growing student body. Feil Hall is home to 239 beautiful, furnished living spaces, from studios to four-bedroom apartments, where LL.M. and J.D. students live, study, and learn.
Feil Hall is also the location of the Jeffrey D. Forchelli Conference Center, the site of frequent academic symposia, and Geraldo’s, a comfortable café that hosts various programs of interest to BLS students and is a perfect location for meeting friends. The residence hall is located just three blocks from the Law School’s main building.
The costs for Brooklyn Law School housing are highly competitive for apartments in New York City, especially those in the immediate vicinity of the Law School and the desirable neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. All admitted LL.M. students who submit a completed housing application and deposit by the May 1 application deadline will be guaranteed housing while they complete the program. Family Housing is available for those who qualify.
To Apply for Housing
You must be an admitted student with a username and password from the Admissions Office to access the housing application on Brooklyn Law School's intranet website BLSConnect. If you have lost either of these, please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about housing at Brooklyn Law School.