Academic Advisement


Academic Advisement provides resources and information to help students choose the best courses for their unique goals. Given that there are few requirements beyond first-year courses, it can be intimidating to create a schedule with so few limitations. Academic Advisement provides students with guidance to help each student create a thoughtful curriculum plan that considers academic goals, career plans, and preparation for the bar exam.  Please review the documents below and fill out your individualized curriculum plan.

Technical questions about graduation requirements, including “buckets,” credit limits, grades, and course registration, should be directed to the Registrar. 3Ls in their fall semester will be invited to meet with the Registrar to ensure all graduation requirements are met and that the student will graduate as planned.

General questions about curriculum plans such as which courses to select in which combinations, how many bar exam classes to include, etc. should be directed to Professor Catherine Bramble, Director of Academic Advisement and Development.

 

 

Personal Graduation Plan 

Use this template and checklist to ensure that your curriculum plan meets all graduation requirements and accomplishes your unique goals.  

 

 

Career Paths & Classes

This document provides information on general career paths in the law and includes recommended courses for each path.