RANDOM COURSE SELECTION INSTRUCTIONS
** Read all the information below before submitting your form. Incorrectly filled out forms will not be accepted.
Monday, October 28th - Monday, November 4, students will express course preferences on Random Course Selection forms. The random course selection process will only be used for the following courses:
January 2014 Intersession (6th - 10th):
||Trial Practice - Bennett
||Trial Practice - Kitchens (adj)
||Bioethics - Will
||Child Adv. Clinic in Youth Crt - McBride(adj)
||Child Adv Clinic-Chancery Crt - Kennedy
||Pretrial Practice - Blackwood (adj)
||Trial Practice - McDaniel/Tucker (adjs)
||Trial Practice - ABOTA attorneys
||Supreme Court Role Playing - Steffey
||Federal Pretrial Practice - Jordan (adj)
||Advanced Copyright Law - Ng
||Electronic Commerce Seminar - Henkel
||Statutory Interpretation/Legal Reasoning - Christy
||Adv Legal Research and Writing - Miller
Procedures for completing Random Course Selection forms:
- Complete a random course for each semester (January Intersession & Spring 2014)
- List course preferences on the form with your highest preference listed first.
- It is only necessary to list courses indicated in the above list. Courses not listed above do not need to be included in the random course selection.
We will assign seats in each course by random selection to third year students who have expressed first preference for that course. If seats remain, there will be a random selection among third year students who have expressed second preference, and so on. We will fill any remaining seats from second-year students according to the same procedure. If you do not receive your first choice, your chance of receiving your second choice significantly improves, although we do not guarantee that you will receive your second choice. No student will receive more than one seminar course.
Consideration of Second or third year status will not be used in the Random Course Selection Process for the following courses:
- Bioethics and Law
- Supreme Court Role Playing
- Advanced Copyright Law
- Electronic Commerce Seminar
- Stat. Interpretation/Legal Reasoning
- Adv Legal Research and Writing
We will not accept any changes to a preference form once you submit it.
We will not accept late forms.
NO PREFERENCE IS GIVEN BASED ON WHEN FORMS ARE RECEIVED.
FORMS RECEIVED AFTER Midnight Monday, November 4th, WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED