Winter Term at UConn Law offers students the opportunity to earn credits toward a degree or to take a course related to personal or professional interests.
- Convenience - Courses are offered in a remote format.
- Small Student to Faculty Ratio – Small class sizes allow for frequent instructor interaction and an opportunity for students to hone their legal skills or build new ones while creating professional relationships with fellow students.
Courses are open for enrollment to current LLM and JD students (excluding 1L JD students), current UConn graduate students, members of the bar, and Connecticut residents age 62 and over.
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Applied Analytical Skills
Course meeting dates: January 5, 7, 11, 12, 14. Pass/Fail Grading Option. Open only to prospective 2021 graduates. Limit: 10 students.
Jan 5 - 15, 2021
Practice Ready Research
P/F Grading Option
Course Materials Posted on HuskyCT
Jan 4 - 15, 2021
Winter Term courses are paid on a per-credit basis for in-state and out-of-state students. Payment is due by December 18, 2020.
The Course Fees are:
- a one-time $30 technology fee
- $1,112 per credit for JD and non-current law students
- $1,215 per credit for U.S. Legal Studies LLM students, Energy & Environmental Law LLM students, and Human Rights LLM students
- $1,326 per credit for Insurance LLM students
The University offers a number of payment options. Please visit the Law School's student portal for more information on payment options and for a link to the University's website for more payment information.
Course Refund Schedule
A drop on or before January 6, 2021 will result in a 100% refund. There are no refunds thereafter.
Please note that these rules apply to the refund of fees; course add/drop deadline may differ.
For information on waivers, please visit the "waivers" tab in the Student Life & Resources section on Tuition & Fees.
Students may register for Winter Term classes by filling out this online enrollment form.
Please complete the enrollment request form which will be automatically forwarded to the Law School registrar's office. If seats are available in the course, the enrollment request will be processed. Seats will be granted to current UConn Law students first, then open to general enrollment. Submission of this form constitutes a request for enrollment which, if granted, obligates the student to pay all associated fees. Students are required to formally withdraw from these courses in a timely manner to avoid liability for these fees.
Selected Academic Regulations
- Students may enroll in up to two credits during the winter term.
- Courses may not be added after class has begun without permission of the instructor.
- Courses may be dropped with no permission required prior to the start of classes. Students must contact the staff in the Office of the Registrar to drop courses. After the start of the term, permission of the instructor and the associate dean of academic affairs is required to drop.
Please note that these deadlines apply to course add/drop, refund and other financial deadlines may differ.