Curriculum Advising Session for First Year Day students
- School of Law Moot Court Room
All first year day students (full and part time) will be registered by the Office of Academic Affairs for almost all of your spring classes but you do get to select your" Law in Context" Class. For spring 2013, there will be several Law in Context options during the day:
• American Legal History
• Critical Legal Theory
• Law and Economics
• Comparative Law
We will be holding an information session on Monday, October 22 at noon in the Moot Court Room (yes, there will be pizza) where the professors who are teaching these classes will tell you about them and answer questions. You will then register for your course selection on October 25 beginning at 8am.
Please come to the information session to learn about the classes and to get an overview of the registration process. If you have any questions, please let us know or come to the Deans' suite to speak with an academic advisor. Remember, if you have any holds on your account you will not be permitted to register until the hold is cleared. On December 1, we will automatically register any students who have not already selected a “Law in Context” class. If you'd like to make the choice yourself, please do so before December 1!
- Contact Name:
- Rebecca Bainum
- Contact Email:
Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.