Any specific questions about it?
I'm just looking to get a feel for what sort of support you get. I'm doing the whole NYU vs. CLS thing. So far "OCS will proofread your resume" is what I'm getting from the CLS crowd. NYU people seem to be a bit more positive.
I'm interested in international SA positions (East Asia).
I'm wondering what sort of resources NYU has for that kind of thing. I know Duke has an Office of International Programs that aggressively locates or even creates 1L SA opportunities abroad for it's J.D./LL.M. international program. I haven't heard about anything like that at NYU or CLS.
I can't comment on CLS's OCS, but I would just chime in to say that NYU OCS has been amazing in my interactions with them thus far. I have met with two people in the office and both have been tremendously helpful. My main person sends me updates when they are about to post jobs that I may be interested in for this summer and they both gave me a realistic assessment of where I should target my applications based on my grades. They are surprisingly honest at fielding questions about where you stand, which is refreshing. Furthermore, Irene, the head of the office, has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of where all NYU alums are and won't hesitate to put you in touch with people for networking opportunities. If you want Biglaw or corporate work for the summer there is no better place to go.
I will say that my limited interactions with the PILC office have been less satisfying (still good, just not as good as OCS). Although the PILC office is very robust, the more you venture away from their core placement areas and particularly the more you want help finding jobs outside of NYC/DC, the less helpful they are. OCS of course has the advantage of working with students looking for employment in a much narrower range of areas (Biglaw or Corporate usually) whereas there are tons of practice areas that are covered by PILC, but I feel that there is a disconnect between the way they present themselves to the student body at large as PILC and the way they interact with students once they get to their office for a one-on-one meeting. That said, PILC still is tremendously helpful, and I highly doubt you are going to find a better PI career office at any other school.
Others have discussed the international 1L SA opportunities available at NYU, I'll just throw in that there seem to be a lot and if you are fluent in Mandarin, Japanese, or Korean, you probably have a good chance at snagging one if you are above median after 1st semester (even with 450 students per class, fluency in an Asian language seems hard to come by).