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Orientation for undergraduate students

Welcome to the Faculty of Law!

Congratulations! You are about to embark on an incredible journey of learning and discovery. You are probably wondering what you need to do next.

The following registration material will take you through the steps to prepare for the start of your law studies, right up to the first day of classes.

 


Waitlists

Waitlists for undergraduate spots (section 001) in the Fall and Winter terms will open on Wednesday, July 9 at 10:00 a.m.  Minerva registration will be closed from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on that day. Waitlists of 5 spaces will open for the following courses. You may only register for one waitlist per term.
 
FALL 2014:

Business Associations, Adamski CRN 71
Droit de la famille, Kirouack CRN 8345
Evidence (Civil Matters), Bachand CRN 12479
Labour Law, Blackett CRN 19193
Remedies, S Smith CRN 17372
The Administrative Process, Pless CRN 17371


WINTER 2015:

Business Associations, Miller CRN 10773
Criminal Law, Healy CRN 13137
Employment Law, Blackett CRN 14384
Family Law, Lamed CRN 13139


Deferred and Supplemental Examinations

Les examens de reprise ont lieu à la Faculté de droit du 11 au 22 août 2014. It is the student’s responsibility to verify the schedule and ensure availability to write the exams as scheduled. The exam schedule is available on the Current courses & registration information site, in the "Summer 2014 Courses" section.


Course Registration 2014-2015

The timetable for the upcoming academic year is now on Minerva.

Law course and exam schedules are available on our Current courses & registration information page.

Be sure to check your program requirements by visiting the Undergraduate programs page. For key Faculty dates, see our Current deadlines.

*** Starting Friday August 29 at 8:00 am, all students can register for the remainder of their courses (maximum 18 credits per term).


SAO Services

Le Secrétariat aux études vous encourage à obtenir des conseils universitaires ou personnels si vous en ressentez le besoin.

We provide information and guidance for both graduate and undergraduate students on the following: programs, degree requirements, registration, advising, course changes & schedules, procedures for withdrawal, exam schedules & conflicts, deferred & supplemental exams, rereads, academic standing, leave of absence or term away, and graduation.

sao [dot] law [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email the SAO us) with your questions.

For career-related questions, email the cdo [dot] law [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Career Development Office).


Posting events to the calendar and on the screen

To have an event posted on the web calendar and the screen in the atrium hallway, email the information (bilingual title, description, and contact info) to the Faculty's lysanne [dot] larose [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Web Communications Editor).

To qualify for posting, events must be of academic interest or involve a Faculty member (as speaker, moderator, etc.). With some exceptions, social events such as Coffee House, etc. are not usually promoted by the Faculty, but instead are posted on the Law Students' Association site.