Dates & Deadlines
Fall 2016 Registration
Bookbags (Pre-Registration) open on Friday, July 15, 2016.
Bookbags open at 12:00 a.m. on July 15 and close at 11:59 PM on Sept. 1.
- 1st 3L window: Tuesday, July 19 students register for up to 9 credits
- 1st 2L window: Wednesday,July 20 students register for up to 9 credits
- 2nd 3L window: Thursday, July 21 students register for up to 16 credits
- 2nd 2L window: Friday, July 22 students register for up to 16 credits
- Drop/add begins: Saturday, July 23
- Drop/add ends: Thursday, September 1
Registration windows open at 8:00 a.m. and close at 7:59 a.m. the following day.
Drop/add begins at 8:00 a.m. on July 23 and closes at 11:59 p.m. on September 1.
Beyond the Classroom
Class Selection Tools
- Fall 2016 Professional Skills
- Fall 2016 Upper-Level Writing
- Prerequisite Information
- Course Browser
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- Clinical advice on YouTube
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- Duke Law Bulletin
New & Notable Courses
- Criminal Trial Practice, Law 422, 3 credits, Professor Tom Maher
- Election Law, Law 311, 3 credits, Professor Guy Charles
- Introduction to Law and Economics, Law 359, 3 credits, Professor Andrea Renda
- Ocean and Coastal Law and Policy, Law 298, 2 credits, Professor Steve Roady, LIVE, and not via videoconference as in past years
- Sexuality and the Law, Law 593, 2 credits, Professor Juliette Duara
- Supreme Court Litigation, Law 776, 2 credits, Professor Don Ayer
- Clinic Students for Fall 2016: SAVE THE DATE – August 25 – An Evening with Bryan Stevenson at DPAC
***Note: Federal Courts, Law 342, will be offered in the Spring semester only this academic year. Professor Curt Bradley will teach the course in the spring semester. While we regret that we were unable to schedule a fall section of Fed Courts, we will do our best to schedule the spring section at a time free of as many conflicts with related courses as the schedule will permit. The section will be large enough to accommodate all interested students.
Classes Outside Duke Law