Welcome to Fall 2013 first year registration for the David A. Clarke School
of Law. The link below will take you to the instructions. After reading them,
please enroll yourself into the prescribed courses as outlined in the previous
Also, please complete and sign and
return the attached forms to the Registrar's Office via U.S. Postal Service; or
you may bring the forms to the Registraron August 12, the first day of
Orientation. There are two (2) packets of forms attached --- one for
full-time day students and the otherfor part-time evening students. Please note that the attached arenot your
registration forms. .
Additional and more
specific registration information will be forwarded to you in an email in the
Students who live in New York, New Jersey or Connecticut may want to consider attending this valuable workshop on how to succeed in
law school sponsored by LatinoJustice on August 3rd in New York City. Please see flyer below:
following chart lists the required books for first-year courses at the David A.
Clarke School of Law. The School of Law does not require students to purchase
new textbooks if they can obtain less expensive or used copies of the required
editions. Sources for purchasing used
textbooks in-person include other law students, the University of the District
of Columbia Follet Bookstore and Washington Law Books. On-line sources include Amazon.com, Half.com,
LawBooksForLess.com, BarristerBooks.com, and others. If you purchase your books from another
source, be sure that you have purchased the correct edition as specified by the
Note: If you will be using a financial
aid voucher to purchase your books, you must purchase them in the UDC Follet
law school students will SELF-ENROLL ONLINE into the prescribed first
year courses. More
specific information and a step-by-step guide on how to register will be
forwarded to you shortly.
Day Students are REQUIRED to enroll in the following courses.
The following is a summary of the information that the Office of Admission has posted on the Admitted Students Page thus far. This webpage will be the primary way the Office of Admission sends you information and assignments related to registration, financial aid and Orientation. Please note that you will not receive a login to myUDC until the beginning of the semester.
You must submit your official undergraduate and graduate transcript (if applicable) from your degree-granting institution(s) to the School of Law showing the degree awarded and the graduation date. The transcripts should be submitted to the Office of Admission no later than July 15, 2013. The transcripts contained in your LSAC Law School Report are copies and unofficial.
Registration & Orientation
Registration and additional Orientation information will be forwarded to you in the coming weeks. The Orientation Program begins on August 12th and ends August 21st. Please note that Orientation is mandatory for all first-year students. Orientation activities include one for-credit course, Law & Justice, as well as other planned events and sessions. After submitting your seat deposit, please visit this page for information about Orientation, student organizations, assignments, registration, etc. Please notify the Office of Admission of any changes of address or contact information prior to registration.
Students who have resided in D.C. for one year or more may apply for District residency and be eligible to receive resident tuition rates. Students may apply for residency during fall or spring registration. Students seeking District residency must submit to the Office of Admission a completed Declaration of Residency form and all required support documents to be considered for residency no later than July 22, 2013. All students must re-apply for resident tuition each year.