The preliminary schedule for the Fall 2003 semester will
be published and available for download by the end of the
day Monday, May 5, 2003 at http://www.kentlaw.edu/depts/reg/webregistration.htm.
You can pick up a hard-copy of the preliminary schedule
on the table outside the Spakateria on Tuesday.
Registration for the Fall 2003 semester will take place
between Thursday, May 8 and Saturday, May 10.
As has been the procedure in the past, you may register
at any time during this period. The registration system
will close at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday. We strongly recommend
that you register during normal business hours so that there
are staff available to assist you with any problems. After
the end of the initial registration period, the registration
requests will be processed according to each student's registration
priority. In other words, registration will not be conducted
on a first-come, first served basis. As long as you register
during the designated period, you will have an equal chance
of being admitted to a class as other students with your
registration priority group.
Registering for a course does not mean you are enrolled
in it. To learn what classes you have been admitted to,
you must check the registration web site on Monday, May
12, beginning at 12:01 a.m. At that time, you may add, drop,
or make adjustments to your class schedule in "real
time" on a first-come, first-served basis.
We understand that this is an extremely busy time and appreciate
your understanding and patience.
To be considered for a place in one of the fall 2003 in-house
clinical education programs, students must submit a completed
application to the Law Offices’ Receptionist in Suite 600
by Tuesday May 6, 2003 at 5:00 p.m.
The Law Offices will conduct the lottery and post the results
on the Law Offices' Bulletin Board outside Room 600 by 12:00
noon on Wednesday, May 7, 2003. We also e-mail the results
to all applicants.
The Law Offices will require the students who have been
selected to confirm their acceptance no later than 11:00
a. m. on Thursday, May 8, 2003. If students do not respond
by the 11:00 a.m. deadline, the Law Offices will offer their
places to students on the waiting list. If you have any
questions, please contact Arnold Hoskins, Law Offices Administrator,
For more information regarding each clinic, you may talk
directly with the clinical professors who supervise the
various clinical programs -- Professors Gonzalez (room 629)
and Leader (625) for Employment Discrimination/Civil Rights
with some General Practice; Professors Kling (room 625)
and Thomas (room 609) for Criminal Defense; Professor Feldman
(room 623) for Family Law; Professor Kraus (room 627) for
Health Law; Professor Kentra (room 611) for Mediation &
other ADR Procedures; Professor Decatorsmith (room 625)
for Tax Disputes; and Professor Gross (room 617) for the
Judicial and Legal Externship Programs. Professor Laser,
the Director of the Clinical Programs (room 631) is also
available to answer your questions.
Additional Summer Course Offering
Nation Building IPRO
This IPRO extends Operation Kosovo. Operation Kosovo is
an IIT-Chicago Kent initiative to promote rule of law, democracy,
civil society, and economic development in Kosovo. Students
will continue work on projects such as: Providing research
assistance to counsel in Kosovo through CDRC; providing
support to the University of Pristina law school’s student
organization; establishing a Kosovo Leadership Council,
a Small Business Assistance Clinic, and a Kosovo investment
fund; establishing firm contact with Kosovars in the Diaspora;
maintaining support for the University of Pristina law school’s
externship program; website updating; and posting Kosovar
law on the internet. If interested, please register for
LAW 547-001. This IPRO will also be available in the fall
For more information on the IPRO program, please visit
For additional information, e-mail Prof. Perritt (email@example.com).
Pass/Fail Revocation - Deadline May 7, 2003
Any student who has elected to take a course on a pass/fail
basis for the spring semester may revoke that election and
take the course for graded credit. The revocation must be
requested no later than May 7, 2003 (the last day of classes).
To access the request form, on the Chicago-Kent Web-for-Students,
log on to your webmail account (http://webmail.kentlaw.edu),
click on the icon in the lower right corner of the menu
bar, and navigate to the pass/fail revocation section of