The Fall 2014 Schedule is now available.

June 18, 2014Duke Law News

We are pleased to announce that the Fall Class Schedule is now available.  It can be found HERE on the website.   Clicking individual course numbers will take you to detailed descriptions of each course.  There are a number of new courses and new instructors which will be highlighted in the coming weeks. 

But, where is the Fall Exam Schedule?

It will be available in early July.  We will notify you via email when it has been posted.

I see the schedule in ACES, and it’s different than what’s on the website.  Which is accurate?

The information on the website is accurate.  Unfortunately, there’s not a way to hide the schedule in ACES while we work on it.  It is in progress and will be complete before bookbags open on July 18.  Until then, do not rely on it.

Some classes do not have an instructor listed.  Who will be teaching them?

We will link to the faculty/instructor profiles as they become available on the website. 

​Please stay tuned to the Registration Portal and Registration Updates (found on the Registration and Student Portals) which will be regularly updated with information about the Fall schedule, degree requirements, pre-requisites, registration how-to, and more!

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