The ULS Law Student Shadow Program pairs NYU juniors and seniors with law student mentors at the NYU School of Law to help mentees get personalized career advice and a first-hand look at law school.
The goal of the Law Student Shadow Program is to help NYU upperclassmen gain insight about law school by pairing them with a law student mentor at NYU Law.
By building a diverse group of mentors and mentees, ULS aims to pair mentees with law student mentors that share their interests, goals, background and personal identities. Mentees have an opportunity to gain first-hand insight about law school admissions, the law school experience and potential careers in the legal field, as well as develop a meaningful relationship with their mentor during the academic year.
All NYU undergraduates currently in their junior or senior year may apply for the Law Student Shadow Program. Applications are now open. A resume will be required, and interviews may take place to get to know candidates better.
The ULS Pre-Law Networks program pairs first and second year undergraduate students with motivated pre-law peers to help students work together in navigating NYU, the pre-law track, and the law school admissions process.
The aim of the Pre-Law Networks Program is to pair first year and second year undergraduate students with motivated peers on the pre-law track to help provide them with personalized connections and shared insight into the law school admissions process.
By building meaningful relationships between a diverse group of pre-law peers, the Pre-Law Networks Program strives to help pre-law students thrive at NYU and succeed in law school admissions by helping student develop both academically and professionally.
All NYU undergraduates currently in their first or second year may apply for the program. Applications are now open. A resume is required, and interviews may take place to get to know candidates better.