NYU Law Interactive was launched by New York University School
of Law to offer intellectually rigorous and engaging online courses.
These courses were prepared by leading members of the Law School's
faculty to address important legal issues in the areas of Conflicts
of Interest (legal ethics), Qualified Retirement Plans under ERISA
and Bankruptcy Reorganization. Attorneys completing the courses
are eligible for two or three CLE credits (depending on the course)
in jurisdictions (including New York) that allow CLE credits to
be earned online. The courses are not for academic credit.
The Approach / Overview
Courses are designed as learn-by-doing simulations, embedding the
learning of practical skills in engaging storylines, while employing
the Socratic Method to promote appropriate generalization of specific
- Legal issues are presented in engaging scenarios
- Interactive question and answer format keeps you engaged
- Content is written by Law School faculty
- Online format allows you to decide where and when to take the
Convenience and Flexibility
Anytime, anywhere access means courses are available to attorneys
and students where they live and work, 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week. You can complete the course at your own pace, when you have
Become part of the tradition of academic excellence and innovation.
Courses are rich in content developed by expert faculty from the
Law School to create interesting learning experiences of the highest
caliber. Courses also contain relevant statutes, case studies, expert
analyses and other valuable resources.
Benefit from the knowledge and experience of our internationally
recognized expert faculty.
Acquire knowledge and skills by performing practical tasks as part
of realistic storylines.
Scenario based simulation involves the presentation of relevant
cases through memorable stories that provide a compelling context.
Easy to Use
All you need is a standard PC and an internet connection to access
easy-to-use innovative courses.