The Student Handbook is intended to serve two functions: (1) as a good place to start when you have a question about something at the Law School and (2) as a collection of major Law School policies (many of which are specific to the Law School and cannot be found in University publications). Accordingly, all students are responsible for reading this publication in order to familiarize themselves with Law School policies. Policies change from year to year, so returning students should read the Student Handbook at the start of each new academic year. Ignorance of the rules and policies contained within the Student Handbook is no excuse, and all students are held responsible for complying with both University and Law School policies.
If you have any questions regarding the content of the Student Handbook, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students.
To access the Student Handbook or the Summary of Changes to the Student Handbook for 2015-2016, please open the PDF version below.