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Law 2 and 3 Registration

*New* Registration Updates:

  • October 21, 2020:

LAWG-5959-1 Securities Regulation

Dates/Times:To be taught intensively on select Friday’s (dates TBA) with live content for some of 2 – 6 pm block. Where instructor is not available on prescheduled Friday’s, any makeup classes will be delivered live on a Saturday (TBA) but will recorded for those unable to attend live.  The class will be evaluated 100% final exam.

  • October 20, 2020:

LAWG-5971-67 Conflict Coaching for SRL's

Dates/Times: Tuesdays 5-8:00pm

LAWG-5881 Advanced Business Law Seminar


Thursday Jan. 14, 12 to 5 pm

Friday, Jan. 15, 8:30 to 12 pm

Thursday Jan. 28, 9 to 3:30 pm

Friday, Jan. 29, 9 to 3:30 pm

Monday Feb 1, 12pm

Tuesday Feb 2, 9am

Monday Mar 8, 12 to 5 pm

Tuesday Mar 9, 9 to 5 pm

Monday Mar 29, 10-1 pm

Tuesday Mar 30, 10-12 pm


LAWG-5961 Feminist Legal Theory Intensive Update

Dates/Times:10am to 4pm on each of the 6 following dates: Mon Feb 22, Tues Feb 23, Wed Feb 24, Wed March 3, Thurs, March 4, and Fri March 5

Additional Course Detail: 50 to 70% of the course material will be delivered asynchronously. These materials will be posted to Blackboard in advance of the course start date. Students will be able to access those materials at their leisure. A calendar/schedule of the course's live segments will also be posted to Blackboard in of the course start date.

Note: Overlapping or Conflicting Courses – Intensive Courses Exception

You CANNOT register in courses that overlap or conflict on the course timetable. The Associate Dean (Academic) will consider exceptions only where the overlap or conflict results from a course taught intensively ie not on a weekly basis. To request an exception, please write to In your request, please identify the courses that conflict, the dates involved and set out your plan to resolve the conflict. You should seek permission before the close of the course change period so that you can adjust your schedule if necessary.


  • October 8: Course Descriptions Book and Winter 2021 Tentative Timetable have been posted below


Fall 2020 Final Exam Schedule

Examination Schedule (Law II and III) -Fall 2020


Course Information:

2020/2021 List of Course Attributes and Frequency As of September 14, 2020

Course Descriptions Book NEW* as of October 24, 2020

See Also - Updates to Windsor Law course offerings As of September 14, 2020


Tentative Timetables and Course Offerings 2020/2021:

Winter 2021 Tentative Timetable NEW* as of October 8, 2020

Tentative Course Offerings As of June 10, 2020


Registration Information/Instructions:


Law Calendar:

2020/2021 Important Academic Dates & Deadlines Complete Law Calendar including important dates and holiday closures


Fall 2019/Winter 2020 Course Information (ARCHIVE)

2019/2020 List of Course Attributes and Frequency  APPLICABLE FOR 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR ONLY


Other Information: 

Academic Programs Approval Form for Credit Variance (PDF)

Intellectual Property Law Institute (I.P.L.I.) Information

Law Library Information (Paul Martin Law Library)

Payment of Fees (Student Accounts / Cashier's Office)

Research Ethics Information and Application Form

Student Accessibility Services

Supervised Research Application Form (PDF)

University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy Comparative Law Consortium Course Authorization Form

In the spirit of academic excellence and transnational law, the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and University of Detroit Mercy School of Law have established a course exchange program. This program will provide interested students with the ability to explore legal issues from an international and comparative law perspective, and gives each student at Detroit Mercy Law and Windsor Law the opportunity to study internationally as part of their legal education. Students in good standing enrolled in the single Juris Doctor programs at either Windsor Law or Detroit Mercy Law may take one course at the other institution, while paying the home institution’s tuition. Allowable courses include classroom and elective courses, and exclude clinical, mandatory first year courses, or other required courses. Each institution will publish, on a semester basis, a list of offered consortium courses. A student’s enrollment in any particular course is contingent upon space being available in the course with priority being given to students at the home school. Courses will count towards the maximum credit hours allowed during a semester, according to the student’s home school and program. Students will be bound by the academic, attendance, and conduct policies of the host institution for the course in which they are enrolled.