Office of the Law School Registrar
Course Directory

General Information
Fall 2002 - Spring 2003


Updated:  11/4/02

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE J.D. DEGREE:

Complete 85 credit hours including:

  • All first year curriculum courses
  • One course from the ethics curriculum; See http://ls.wustl.edu/Registrar/Registration/Fall2002/ethics02-04.html  for list of ethics courses
  • E  = Courses which satisfy the ethics requirement
  • One Seminar (upper-level research & writing requirement); See Table of Contents for pages which show Fall 2002 and Spring 2003 Seminars

Residency requirement: six semesters as a full time law student (at least 12 credit hours per semester); partial residency credit given for summer school

Maintain a yearly and cumulative GPA of at least 75.00 for Class of 2003 / 79.00 for Class of 2004

COURSES IN THE LL.M. IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & TECHNOLOGY LAW CURRICULUM

IP = Courses which are part of the curriculum for the LL.M. in IP & Technology Law degree

These courses are also open to JD students, unless otherwise noted in course description.  See: http://law.wustl.edu/Registrar/Registration/Fall2002/llmip&techcurr.html

 for list of IP curriculum courses for 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 (tentative).

Please note tentative course listings for NEXT SCHOOL YEAR at  http://ls.wustl.edu/Registrar/Registration/Fall2002/ulfl03tent.html (Fall 2003) and http://ls.wustl.edu/Registrar/Registration/Fall2002/ulsp04tent.html  (Spring 2004).  These can be found at the back of the course directory. The purpose of including the second year of the two-year curriculum cycle is to facilitate planning for those students who still have two years of upper-level courses to choose. A number of courses are offered only on an alternating year basis. If there is a course you are considering enrolling in Fall 2002 or Spring 2003, you should check to see if that same course is expected to be offered the following year. While we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the tentative curriculum list for the second year of the two-year cycle or announce the time at which each course will be taught, that list has historically been reasonably accurate and it is the best information at the time this course directory was published.

TO REGISTER ONLINE or CHECK "REAL TIME" COURSE & WAITLIST INFORMATION, GO TO WebSTAC AT

                                 https://acadinfo.wustl.edu

Go to the Law School’s website:  http://ls.wustl.edu, or more information on registration & link to 2002-2003 Law School Course Directory (Click on Students and then on Registrar’s Office)