At CUNY Law, you’ll experience our widely-praised curriculum that combines training in legal theory, skills, and ethics. You’ll make meaningful contributions to the field through your work in our clinics, ranked in the top three training programs in the nation. And you’ll graduate with an intellectual and ethical foundation that will enable you to transform justice right here in New York, across the country, or anywhere around the globe.


Incoming Class Profile <pdf>

A snapshot of the school’s newest class reveals a few quick stats:

  • Average Age: 29
  • Total Enrolled: 207
  • Out-of-State Residents: 22%
  • Women: 58% ; Men: 39% ; Non-Binary 3%
  • Students of Color: 49%

Come Visit Us

Take a tour, sit in on a class, or attend a panel discussion or event! Make an appointment to experience the law school and keep an eye on our social media for public events!

Can’t make it to NYC? We’re also on the road.


Contact Us or Schedule a Visit

Whether you have a question about our programs, tuition and aid, or what a public interest education can do for you, the admissions team is here to help!

Contact the Office of Admissions by calling (718) 340-4210 or emailing


Admissions Directory

Degna P. Levister
Assistant Dean of Admissions

Gayla Jacobson
Director of Admissions

Adelaide Rodriguez
Assistant Director of Admissions

Maya Alperin
Admissions Specialist

Monique Garmy
Admissions Specialist

Trina Wrobel
Admissions Coordinator

Andrea Archer
Admissions Assistant


Our mission at CUNY School of Law is two-fold: we are a public law school that focuses solely on practicing law in the service of human needs; we also transform the practice of law so that it includes those it has excluded, marginalized, and oppressed. We believe the world needs to see the full range of human experience reflected and represented in the law.

Both our faculty and student body are diverse as many members of each join us directly from the communities they expect to serve as lawyers and reflect an incredible range of experiences as advocates, organizers, scholars and researchers, and leaders.

Although academic potential can be demonstrated through quantitative factors such as undergraduate record and LSAT scores, our selection committee also assesses the following:

  • Rigor of the areas of study and college attended
  • Quality of the student body
  • Grade point average and course selection trends
  • Employment during college
  • Individual accomplishments, backgrounds and experiences

Our admissions team is happy to answer any questions about whether CUNY Law is the right fit for you.