Key Dates 2006-2007

To: Students Returning in 2006-2007
FROM: Office of the Registrar
RE: Registration for next school year

As we near the end of the Spring semester, registration for next year has arrived. Take note of all the information included in this course directory, including detailed instructions for registering online. Also, be sure to read the “Upper-level Registration Handout” found near the student mailboxes and on the web.

Step One - Pre-Registration For Seminars & Clinics – For Fall 2006 and Spring 2007

  • Deadline = 12:00 noon, Mon, March 27

Please read the information on pre-registering for seminars and clinics found in this course directory. If you are interested in taking a seminar or a clinic (in Fall 2006 or Spring 2007), you must submit ONLINE your seminar and/or clinic preferences by 12:00 noon on Mon, March 27. One seminar is a graduation requirement for J.D. students. Students are not required to take a Clinic. (See instructions in the course directory on where to submit your preferences online - you do not submit them in WebSTAC, and waitlists for seminars and clinics are not kept in WebSTAC.)

Step Two - Online Registration in WebSTAC for Fall 2006 begins:

  • Tue, April 11, 7:30a, for the Class of 2007 & LLMs
  • Wed, April 12, 7:30a, for the Class of 2008

Register online for the remainder of your Fall 2006 courses (other than seminars or clinics) - via WebSTAC at https://acadinfo.wustl.edu [Online registration for Spring 2007 classes will take place in November 2006.]

Important Informational Meeting and Registration Dates & Deadlines:

Mon, March 20: 12:00p-1:00p - Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom - General Informational Meeting on the Registration Process and the Clinical Education Program - Session offering information on the nuts and bolts of registration and an overview of the school’s Clinical Education Program. Presented by Janet Bolin, Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Services; Marcia Goldsmith, Assistant Director of Student Services; Karen Tokarz, Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Education; and Colleen Erker, Assistant Dean for Student Records & Registrar.
Tue, March 21: 12:00-1:00 p.m. - Student Commons - Course Selection Advising Session (Faculty Panel) - Panel composed of professors who teach upper-level courses will discuss and answer questions about our upper-level curriculum and offer advice about course selection. Coordinated by Marcia Goldsmith, Assistant Director of Student Services.
Tue, March 21: 3:00-4:30 p.m. – Student Commons – Student Registration Fair - 3L students will be available to discuss their chosen concentrations. They will share with rising 2Ls and 3Ls the classes they took, the extracurriculars they participated in and the summer internships and/or jobs they chose. Some examples of concentrations are: Corporate/Transactional Law, Public Interest/Governmental Law, Family/Estate Planning Law, and Intellectual Property.
Thurs, March 23: 12:00-2:00 p.m. - Student Commons – Clinical Education Program Fair – Faculty and students will be available to discuss one-on-one questions about clinics, skills courses and competitions. Coordinated by Prof. Karen Tokarz, Dir. of the Clinical Education Program, and Shelly Nelson, Clinical Program Coordinator.
Mon, March 27: 12:00 noon - Deadline for submitting preferences for seminars and clinics online (see Pre-registration Information, which is the next page of this directory, for the links to submit preferences)
Fri, April 7: Seminar and Clinic placement notices will be emailed by this date to the students who receive spots in Fall 2006 and Spring 2007 seminars and/or clinics (at a later date waitlisted students will receive emails indicating their waitlist placement info.)
Mon, April 10: 4:30 pm, Room TBA - Orientation meeting for students enrolled in Fall 2006 Judicial Clerkship - with Adjunct Prof. Charles Bobinette
Tue, April 11: Online registration for Fall 2006 courses begins at 7:30 a.m. for the Class of 2007 & LLMs
Wed April 12: Online registration for Fall 2006 courses begins at 7:30 a.m. for the Class of 2008

If you have questions about the pre-registration or registration process, please attend the meetings mentioned above (videotapes of the meetings will be available at the Library Circulation Desk) or ask someone in the Registrar's Office.