Day classes are designated by 01 and Evening classes by 61.
Fall courses - 5-digit number beginning with the number "1".
Spring courses - 5-digit number beginning with the number "2".
Additional Registration Information
Web registration during assigned dates and times is only available for upper-class law students in good standing. Students who can not register online must see the Law School Registrar and/or the Assistant to the Registrar.
Students must be officially registered and attend classes in order to be considered a full time, part time or evening student at Duquesne University School of Law. If students are not registered for classes, they are not permitted to attend class, engage in student activities, or generally have access to the building and grounds or use of the Law School facilities. Students may not register past the deadline for registration as published by the Law School Registrar Office.
(The following was adapted From the Academic Bulletin)
Upper-division students pre-register DORI using their MultiPass Account in the Spring of each academic year. Upper-division students may register for elective courses which have final examinations scheduled for the same day, but will not be eligible to sit for a make-up examination because of such a conflict. When such an examination conflict occurs, both final examinations must be taken on the same day in accordance with a schedule determined by the Registrar. At the time of registration, it is the responsibility of all students who have more than one final examination scheduled for the same day to advise the Registrar of their examination conflict.