Fall 2017 Registration

The registration materials for Fall 2017 are now available. Please review the material carefully and consult your academic advisor as a part of your planning process.

Rising 3L, LLM, and SJD registration

Monday, April 3, 8:30 a.m. – Tuesday, April 4, 12:00 midnight

Rising 2L registration

Thursday, April 6, 8:30 a.m. – Friday, April 7, 12:00 midnight

DROP/ADD

Monday, April 17, 8:30 a.m.  – Sunday, September 3, 12:00 midnight*

*These dates incorporate the NEW POLICY regarding the time limit to change from graded to Pass/Fail or vice versa!  This includes the first TWO weeks of classes, August 21-September 1.  After this time, dropping and adding will only be for “unforeseen exigent circumstances” and ONLY with approval of the Professor and the Executive Associate Dean, Academic Affairs.

Spring 2017 Exam Information Available

The Spring 2017 Exam Schedule and Exam Policies are available.

It is imperative that you pay particular attention to the Exam Policies as a whole, especially the first three sections: “EXAM SCHEDULING”, “COMMENTS” and “EXAM MONITORING & RULES” for pertinent information regarding declaration of a hardship as well as exam procedures and conduct. 

Notes related to exams:

  • The following course sections  MAY NOT be hardshipped:  200-3; 203-2; 206-2; 306-2, 2P; and 453-0, 0P.
  • Multiple room assignments for certain exams, e.g., 1301 ->1302, indicates that you should first report to room 1301 for administration of the exam, then proceed to room 1302 to take the exam.  In some cases, some students may remain in room 1301 while others move to room 1302.  The professor or monitor will give specific instructions regarding this matter at the appropriate time.
  • Your anonymous exam number is available via the law school intranet.
  • ALL SCHEDULED EXAMS WILL BEGIN AT 9:00 A.M.
  • Hardship petitions will be available during the week of March 27th.

Spring 2017 Registration

The registration materials for Spring 2017 are now available. Please review the material carefully and consult your academic advisor as a part of your planning process.

3L, LLM, SJD, & MSL registration

Monday, October 24, 8:30 a.m. – Tuesday, October 25, 12:00 midnight

2L registration

Thursday, October 27, 8:30 a.m. – Friday, October 28, 12:00 midnight

DROP/ADD

Monday, November 7 – Monday, January 16, 2017, 12:00 midnight

Fall 2016 Exam Information Available

Both the Fall 2016 Exam Schedule and Exam Policies are available.

It is imperative that you pay particular attention to the Exam Policies as a whole, especially the first three sections: “EXAM SCHEDULING”, “COMMENTS” and “EXAM MONITORING & RULES” for pertinent information regarding declaration of a hardship as well as exam procedures and conduct. 

Notes related to exams:

  • The following course sections  MAY NOT be hardshipped without exception:  207-1; 209-2; 306-1, 1P; 405-1, 1P; 508-1, 1P; and 516-1.
  • Multiple room assignments for certain exams, e.g., 1301 ->1302, indicates that you should first report to room 1301 for administration of the exam, then proceed to room 1302 to take the exam.  In some cases, some students may remain in room 1301 while others move to room 1302.  The professor or monitor will give specific instructions regarding this matter at the appropriate time.
  • Your anonymous exam number is available via the law school intranet.
  • ALL SCHEDULED EXAMS WILL BEGIN AT 9:00 A.M.
  • Hardship petitions will be available during the week of November 1st.

Fall 2016 Registration

The registration materials for Fall 2016 are now available. Please review the material carefully and consult your academic advisor as a part of your planning process.

Rising 3L, LLM, SJD, & MSL registration

Monday, March 28, 8:30 a.m. – Tuesday, March 29, 12:00 midnight

Rising 2L registration

Thursday, March 31, 8:30 a.m. – Friday, April 1, 12:00 midnight

DROP/ADD

Monday, April 11, 8:30 a.m.  – Sunday, August 28, 12:00 midnight

Spring 2016 Exam Information Available

The Spring 2016 Exam Schedule and Exam Policies are available.

It is imperative that you pay particular attention to the Exam Policies as a whole, especially the first three sections: “EXAM SCHEDULING”, “COMMENTS” and “EXAM MONITORING & RULES” for pertinent information regarding declaration of a hardship as well as exam procedures and conduct. 

Notes related to exams:

  • The following course sections  MAY NOT be hardshipped:  203-3, 3P; 206-2; 207-3; 209-4; and 306-2, 2P.
  • Multiple room assignments for certain exams, e.g., 1301 ->1302, indicates that you should first report to room 1301 for administration of the exam, then proceed to room 1302 to take the exam.  In some cases, some students may remain in room 1301 while others move to room 1302.  The professor or monitor will give specific instructions regarding this matter at the appropriate time.
  • Your anonymous exam number is available via the law school intranet.
  • ALL SCHEDULED EXAMS WILL BEGIN AT 9:00 A.M.
  • Hardship petitions will be available during the week of April 4th.

Spring 2016 Registrtion

The registration materials for Spring 2016 are now available. Please review the material carefully and consult your academic advisor as a part of your planning process.

3L, LLM, SJD, & MSL registration

Monday, November 2, 8:30 a.m. – Tuesday, November 3, 12:00 midnight

2L registration

Thursday, November 5, 8:30 a.m. – Friday, November 6, 12:00 midnight

DROP/ADD

Monday, November 16 – Monday, January 18, 2016, 12:00 midnight

Fall 2015 Exam Information Available

Both the Fall 2015 Exam Schedule and Exam Policies are available.

It is imperative that you pay particular attention to the Exam Policies as a whole, especially the first three sections: “EXAM SCHEDULING”, “COMMENTS” and “EXAM MONITORING & RULES” for pertinent information regarding declaration of a hardship as well as exam procedures and conduct. 

Notes related to exams:

  • The following course sections  MAY NOT be hardshipped without exception:  200-1; 207-1; 306-1, 1P; 405-1; and 517-1, 1P.
  • Multiple room assignments for certain exams, e.g., 1301 ->1302, indicates that you should first report to room 1301 for administration of the exam, then proceed to room 1302 to take the exam.  In some cases, some students may remain in room 1301 while others move to room 1302.  The professor or monitor will give specific instructions regarding this matter at the appropriate time.
  • Your anonymous exam number is available via the law school intranet.
  • ALL SCHEDULED EXAMS WILL BEGIN AT 9:00 A.M.
  • Hardship petitions will be available during the week of November 9th.

Fall 2015 Registration

The registration materials for Fall 2015 are now available. Please review the material carefully and consult your academic advisor as a part of your planning process.

3L, LLM, SJD, & MSL registration

Monday, March 30, 8:30 a.m. – Tuesday, March 31, 12:00 midnight

2L registration

Thursday, April 2, 8:30 a.m. – Friday, April 3, 12:00 midnight

DROP/ADD

Monday, April 13, 8:30 a.m.  – Sunday, August 30, 12:00 midnight

Spring 2015 Exam Information Available

Both the Spring 2015 Exam Schedule and Exam Policies are available.

It is imperative that you pay particular attention to the Exam Policies as a whole, especially the first three sections: “EXAM SCHEDULING”, “COMMENTS” and “EXAM MONITORING & RULES” for pertinent information regarding declaration of a hardship as well as exam procedures and conduct. 

Notes related to exams:

  • The following course sections  MAY NOT be hardshipped:  200-2; 200-3; 203-2; 206-2; and 207-3.
  • Multiple room assignments for certain exams, e.g., 1301 ->1302, indicates that you should first report to room 1301 for administration of the exam, then proceed to room 1302 to take the exam.  In some cases, some students may remain in room 1301 while others move to room 1302.  The professor or monitor will give specific instructions regarding this matter at the appropriate time.
  • Your anonymous exam number is available via the law school intranet.
  • ALL SCHEDULED EXAMS WILL BEGIN AT 9:00 A.M.
  • Hardship petitions will be available during the week of April 6th.