Academic Advising

Academic Advising

ACADEMIC ADVISING Rising 2Ls Interim Associate Dean Jodi Wilson [email protected] Details, Details Academic Regulations Registration Memo (Esp. AR 5, 6, 10 & 16) Course Catalog

Fall 2019 Course List & Course Grid Spring 2020 Tentative Course List Graduation Requirements 40 Hours of Pro Bono Service 2.0 GPA or Better 90 or More Credit Hours

Required courses Menu courses Advanced writing requirement course Experiential learning requirement courses Electives Required Courses - FT 2L Evidence (4) Con Law (4) 2L or 3L Criminal Procedure I (3) Professional Responsibility (2) 3L

Bar Prep (3) Spring Only Required Courses - PT 2L Evidence (4) Con Law (4) Property I & II (6) Contracts I & II (5) 3L or 4L Criminal Procedure I (3) Professional Responsibility (2) Bar Prep (3) Spring Only

Statutory Menu Choose TWO (or more) Corporate Tax Fair Employment Income Taxation Legislation Sales Secured Transactions Labor Law

Bar Tested Practice Foundation Menu Choose TWO (or more) Administrative Law Business Organizations Conflict of Laws Decedents Estates Family Law Remedies Bar Tested Advanced Writing Requirement Eligible Courses Choose 1 Seminars Law Review Notes

Required Grade C or better Experiential Learning Requirement Eligible Courses Choose 6 CHs Simulation Courses (e.g., Trial Advocacy) Clinics Externships Relevant Requirements/Limitations At least 1 clinic or externship 10 clinic hours MAX 3 externship/clinic courses MAX

1 clinic or externship at a time General Limitations MAX Ungraded (Pass/Fail) Hours 12 hours MAX Hours Per Semester PT: 11 hours FT: 18 hours FT with GPA below 2.50: 16 hours FT with externship: 16 hours MIN Hours Per Semester PT: 8 hours

FT: 12 hours Choices, Choices, Choices! Identify the Courses You Need/Want to Take 1Specifically required courses 2Courses to satisfy menus/other requirements 3 Other bar-tested courses 4 Interest courses Make a Plan, Considering PRequired : 11 hourstiming FT: 18 hours Course

availability FT with GPA below 16 hours Sequencing with2.50: pre/co-requisites FT with externship: 16 hours Flexibility 5 Priorities Alternatives Identifying the Courses You Need/Want Tested on

the Bar? Bar-Tested Subjects Multistate Bar Exam Multistate Essay Exam 7 MBE Subjects Business Associations Conflict of Laws*

Family Law Secured Transactions Trusts & Estates Civil Procedure Criminal Law & Procedure Constitutional Law Contracts (incl. Sales) Evidence Real Property Torts *Always a crossover with another subject. Identifying the Courses You Need/Want

Pique Your Intellectual Curiosity? Help You Learn? Challenge You? Useful in Practice? Tested on the Bar? Registration Limited Enrollment Registration

March 15-19 Survey via online link Rank simulation courses and seminars of interest Priority based on date of graduation General Registration Veterans: April 1, 8 a.m. 43+ Attempted Credit Hours (ACH): April 2, 9 a.m. 42-15 ACH: April 4, 9 a.m. 0-14 ACH: April 5, 9 a.m.

Additional Notes Get advance approval for exam conflicts. Be mindful of drop/add dead lines. More Questions? Academic Advising Part II: Small Groups Individualized Advising Appointments Dean Wilson Dean Aden Other Resources . . . Professor Professor Harris, Harris, Director Director of of Bar Bar Preparation Preparation

Professor Professor Frank, Frank, Director Director of of Diversity Diversity & & Inclusion Inclusion Certificate Certificate Advisors Advisors Faculty Attorneys Upper-level students, with a caveat

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