Registration and Scheduling
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The information found on this site informs students about the various courses offered at Boston College Law School, next year's schedule, and some thoughts to keep in mind when constructing a course of study.
With the following exceptions, all upper-level courses are electives. In the Class of 2018 and earlier students are required to take a Professional Responsibility class (LAWS2190 or 2192), a Constitutional Law II class (LAWS2180), a course satisfying the Lawyering Skills requirement (from menu), a course satisfying the Perspectives on Justice and the Law requirement (from menu), and a course that will fulfill the ABA Upper Level Writing Requirement (from menu).
Registering for Courses
Boston College web services are offered through Agora, the online community restricted to students, faculty and staff. Once you have accessed the Agora Portal (using your BC username and password) you will see the following options (among others) in the "my services" menu:
- Course Information & Schedule
- Register for Courses
Please note that you will need course numbers and index numbers to register.
You can see a course description by clicking on any course title. Keep a list of second and third choices, in case you are unable to register for your first choice. You can also access information on the course syllabus and prior teaching evaluations, if available.
Return to the Agora login page and choose Register for Courses from the menu. You will have access to information on registering through the University's online UIS system. Follow the instructions to register for courses.
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