General Program Notes for Graduate Law Programs - Spring 2013


    Registration Dates

    Registration begins Monday, November 12, 2012 and ends Monday, December 3, 2012.  Failure to register during the registration period may result in courses being cancelled due to low enrollment.  


    All continuing students will register and obtain class schedules, grades and unofficial transcripts via WebAdvisor. Click here for a link to WebAdvisor. If you have questions regarding the registration process, contact Marty Hendren at 614-236-6440 or First term students should contact Associate Dean Regina Burch at 614-236-6564 or Questions regarding access to WebAdvisor can be directed to the IT department: 614-236-6234 or

    Required Forms

    All students must submit the Employment and Disclosure Information form each semester they register. A link to the online form can be accessed hereThe deadline for returning the form is January 7, 2013. Failure to comply may result in an administrative withdrawal of your Spring 2013 courses. If you are participating in the deferred payment plan, you must submit the Deferred Payment form through the Student Accounts Office. Instructions are included on the form which can be accessed here

    Registration Verification

    After you register, you must verify your registration by viewing your schedule on WebAdvisor. After you have registered return to the main menu, on the right hand side, choose “Schedule.” Enter the term appropriate term (“2013 Spring Semester.”) 

    Adding and Dropping Courses via WebAdvisor

    To add a course:

    Courses may be added until the January 13, 2013.

    To drop a course:

    Courses may be dropped until the January 20, 2013, after which a course may be dropped only with the permission of the Associate Dean of the Graduate Law Programs. See Financial Information page for refund details. 

    Mediation Clinic

    For LL.M students only. There is no regular class time set for this course. Classroom sessions will be scheduled based on student availability. The professor will contact students before the course starts to arrange the schedule. 

    Exam Conflicts

    For information regarding rescheduling exams due to personal conflicts or the "24-hour rule." Click here for exam conflict forms

    Mandatory Email Accounts

    All official University communications (registration, billing, etc) are sent to each student's Capital University Law School email address. Therefore, all students must have and regularly check their Capital University Law School email accounts. Contact the IT department at 614-236-6432 or with questions regarding your Capital University Law School email account.

    First Assignments

    Each semester you can find first assignments and other preliminary course information online. Click here for a link to first assignments. 

    Student IDs and Parking Permits

    Students without an ID should contact Donna Garrett at 614-236-6441 or For parking permits please click here.