A unique joint venture of the NYU Stern School of Business and the NYU School of Law
The Pollack Center is dedicated to enhancing an interdisciplinary legal and business education for the academic community, as well as for experienced legal and business practitioners.
Through its rich programming and fellowship opportunities, the Center serves students, scholars and practitioners.
The NYU School of Law and the Leonard N. Stern School of Business are very proud of their collaborative venture that brings together the resources and strength of both schools to improve and enhance education and research in law and in business.
Since its inception, the NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business has developed innovative programming that has appealed to students, faculty and professionals in both fields. The Advanced Professional Certificate in Law and Business for NYU law students, the specializations in law and business for MBA students, numerous talks and seminars for all students, faculty, and professionals and the Center's support of graduate student and faculty research at both schools are among the many programs and opportunities created at NYU by the Center.
We believe that the Center's programming is an example of the unique and excellent opportunities available through NYU's graduate schools in law and business. We invite you to explore the opportunities available to you through the NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business.
Peter Blair Henry
Dean, Stern School of Business
Dean, NYU School of Law
The Advanced Professional Certificate in Law & BusinessThe Advanced Professional Certificate in Law & Business is an accredited certificate earned by Law Students over the summer. The certificate provides the tools necessary to understand finance, accounting, and economics that underlie the transactions that business lawyers design.
Contact the Pollack CenterThe Pollack Center for Law & Business
139 MacDougal Street
New York, NY 10012
Phone: (212) 998-0565
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