"I am a third generation LSU Law graduate — my grandfather and father are LSU Law alums. After living in Virginia for four years, I was ready to move back to my home state. I only heard great things about LSU Law from practicing attorneys. Despite all the studying, I was pleasantly surprised by how much fun I had with a new group of friends."(more)
Michelle Shamblin Stratton, a 2009 graduate of the LSU Law Center, served as a law clerk to United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the 2011-12 term of the Court. Stratton is the first LSU Law graduate to serve as a Supreme Court law clerk.
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