This page will be updated 2-3 weeks prior to registration with all of the pertinent information you need.
Please note the limited enrollment course registration process has changed!
Important note: Open enrollment classes are technically not limited (no low cap or lottery). However, they cannot exceed the maximum capacity of the largest available classroom in a given time slot! To ensure enrollment in your desired classes, you should register on Thursday when open enrollment begins. If a class exceeds that capacity, a waitlist will be added.
Winter 2020 UL Class Schedule
*IMPORTANT: Please make sure that you carefully review the Academic Calendar for Winter 2020. There are several Friday “swap days” that you will need to remain cognizant of.
New Courses for Winter 2020
Winter Course List
Applications for Clinics and Amicus Curiae Project
Other Registration Resources:
Students can find a folder containing the Projected Curriculum on ASA’s Blackboard site.
If the link above is not working, you should log onto Blackboard, click the Community Tab, and then select: School of Law- Academic & Student Affairs (ASA). From there, select the Curriculum folder on the left.
Syllabi & Assignments
Students can find a folder containing syllabi and assignments for a given term on ASA’s Blackboard site. ASA posts this information as it becomes available from the faculty. If you do not see a syllabus for a specific class on Blackboard, you should contact that professor directly.
If the link above is not working, you should log onto Blackboard, click the Community Tab, and then select: School of Law- Academic & Student Affairs (ASA). From there, select the Syllabi & Assignments folder on the left.
Students do not enroll themselves in an Independent Study. Instead, you should submit the Independent Study Form. Once your faculty member approves your submission, ASA will enroll you in your Independent Study.
A student may earn credit toward the J.D. degree for independent study pursuant to the following rules:
(1) A full-time law faculty member must supervise the independent study.
(2) The student must prepare a written proposal for his or her independent study which must be approved in writing by the supervising faculty member. The study must culminate in a written paper, exercise or examination, a description of which shall be included in the written proposal. After the supervising faculty member approves the proposal, a copy should be filed with the Office of the Dean.
(3) The student and the supervising faculty member shall agree on the number of credit hours to be earned for the independent study. The independent study required in order for the student to earn the agreed upon number of credit hours shall be substantially equivalent to the requirements of a course offering of the same number of credit hours.
(4) Except when approved by the Dean, students may not earn more than a total of six (6) credits of independent study toward the J.D. degree, and may not earn more than three (3) credits of independent study in any one (1) quarter.
Student Handbook 2016-17, p. 5.
Applications for the clinics offered in a given term will be posted on this page, above under the “Clinics & Applications” tab 2-3 weeks before registration.
Textbook Lookup Instructions
Find Textbooks After You Are Registered:
- Log into myNortheastern
- Click the Self-Service tab
- Select “Registration”
- Click “Concise Student Schedule”
- Select “Course Materials”
Find Textbooks Before You Are Registered:
- Log into myNortheastern
- Go to the “Services & Links” tab at the top
- Scroll down to “Courses & Registration”
- Click on “My Schedule.” 1L students should select Law Semester and Upper-Level Transfer students should select Law Quarter.
- Note the course number (example: LAW6100) and CRN (5-digit section number) for each class on your schedule.
- Then, go to the Northeastern Bookstore website and look up your textbooks by entering in your schedule.
- If there is no information available yet, please check again later. The University Bookstore posts this information as it becomes available from faculty.
Don’t forget to check with CISP to see if your book is in stock! When you purchase your book through CISP, you save money and support public interest co-op stipends at the same time!
You can still order/rent your books through other online retailers. You are not required to purchase books through the University website or store. But, you must use the processes described above to retrieve your book information.