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Student Studying

Many people are available to help you as you plan your three years at Boston College Law School and make your course selections for a particular semester. In your first year, you are each assigned a Faculty Facilitator. Feel free to call on that person for advice. In addition, all professors are available during their office hours for questions from students. If you want advice on a specific field of law, contact a professor in that field for course information.

In the spring, as you prepare for registering for fall semester classes, there are usually several general advising sessions to assist you in your selection process. These sessions are voluntary and last about one hour. It may be helpful, particularly for first-year students, to attend one of these sessions. It may also be helpful to read our Curriculum Guide, and Principles of Course Selection.

When you are ready to select courses and to register, please visit our courses page for more information on searching and registering for courses through the web.


Listings of course selections and registering online.

Curriculum Guide
All the facts about registering for courses at BC Law.

Principles of Course Selection
Learn more about our fields of study and how to choose courses.

Law Practice I&II
Learn about our nationally recognized and revamped legal reasoning, research and writing program.

For those interested in public service, the Law School now offers a Public Interest Designation Program.

Academic Support Program
ASP helps students adopt learning strategies in their first year of law school that will lead to academic success.

Student Learning Outcomes
ABA required disclosures.

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