There are students here from all different walks of life and that enhances the learning experience. Being exposed to a variety of different perspectives breathes life into the law in ways that I would never have imagined.(more)
92% of graduates of the Class of 2012 (with 99% reporting) were employed as of 9 months after graduation. Some 77% of the graduates were employed in positions where bar passage was required; an additional 7% were employed in positions where J.D. was an advantage. Click here for the Employment and Salary report.
First-year students are assigned to classes by the Office of Admissions and Student Records and may not make changes to their schedule. Upperclass students use LSU’s online registration system to schedule upcoming classes and make schedule changes. The registration system can be accessed by using the Personal Access Web Service (PAWS). Each student is assigned a PAWS ID upon enrollment at the Law Center. All students may view their course schedules, grades, and degree audits using the PAWS application. The degree audit is a valuable tool for ensuring degree requirements are met. Students should review their degree audit frequently via the PAWS application.
Personnel in the Registrar’s office are available to provide assistance with degree audits and course selection.
For more information about registration and degree requirements, please see the LSU Law Catalog