​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ALL CONTINUING VLS STUDENTS​​​


1. Review any available information beneath the Term as well as Degree Requirements.  

2. Be careful to select only classes that do not conflict in time with each other. Please consult the Student Handbook for the minimum and  maximum number of credits per semester for your program.

3. When you are ready to start registering online, select CampusWeb Online Registration at the bottom of the navigation bar to log in to CampusWeb. You will need your VLS username and password and then submit. When you are correctly logged in, you will get a screen that says, “Welcome Your First Name.”

4. From here, you will select “Add Classes” on the left Navigation Bar.

5. At the top, you will need to choose the appropriate term from the drop down box for “Selected Term” and then click Change. (On-ground classes are in the Summer 2014, Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 terms!)

  • Within each term, you can use the Search screen to select specific attributes or just click the Search button and you will get a complete listing of all classes offered in that term.
  • To add a class, simply select Add Class in the Action column on the right side of the page beside the appropriate section.
  • During Advance Registration, no waitlists will be maintained so, if a class is full, you will need to add another.
  • When registration reopens in the Summer, students will be allowed to be added to a waitlist if necessary.


FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS: If you have an outstanding balance in the Business Office over $50, there will be a hold placed on your ability to register online for classes until that balance has been paid.

SEE YOUR FACULTY ADVISOR! – Please consult with your faculty advisor/mentor before and during the registration process.

CLASS SCHEDULES: As a green campus, VLS does not print out schedules for students. Real-time class schedules are available to students via CampusWeb and reflect the days/times of classes as well as the class location.

    Registration Procedures

    Online Registration and Add/Drop is done via CampusWeb according to the published times. Please use the information on this site as well as the information on CampusWeb prior to your registration appointment time to plan your schedule(s).  You should be able to view all of the information prior to your registration being open for activity.  If you are logged into CampusWeb prior to your appointment time, please be sure to log out prior to the start time when you can log back in to register.

    FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS: If you have an outstanding balance in the Business Office over $50, there will be a hold placed on your ability to register online for classes until that balance has been paid.

    SEE YOUR FACULTY ADVISOR! Please consult with your faculty advisor before and during the registration process.

    All rising 2L students should register in a section of Appellate Advocacy (REQ7255.A-H) in Fall 2013 if you have successfully completed Legal Research and Writing, Legal Writing II, Constitutional Law I, and Constitutional Law II. Enrollment is limited in each section and an equal number of seats is open.  If a section is full, you will be waitlisted.  Further information about the specific class sections will be posted an​d available from the Legal Writing department.


  • JD students must register for at least 10 credits but no more than 17. The system will block you from exceeding the limit. If joint-degree students want to reach their maximum credits of 18 with a MELP-only course, please notify the Registrar’s Office.
  • Please check days and times carefully on CampusWeb when making your selections. The system will not allow you to register for classes that conflict.  If you have a question, please contact the Registrar.
  • Please check prerequisites for all classes in which you plan to enroll. If you are currently enrolled in the prerequisite class and the system blocks your registration, please email registrar@vermontlaw.edu with specific course code information or stop in the Registrar’s Office so the restriction can be overridden.
  • Joint Degree students – The online registration process does not allow you to designate which courses you wish to share. Please send an email to registrar@vermontlaw.edu indicating which course(s) you would like to share. You may change the designation of “shared” courses until the last day of classes in each semester. If notice is received after this time, the grade will not be shared (but the credits may). Please consult your degree audits on CampusWeb as you plan to meet your requirements for both programs.
  • Students who have not taken all the required first-year courses, should register for these courses at this time. As you cannot do this via CampusWeb, please contact the Registrar for assistance prior to your registration appointment time.
  • Bar Admission Requirements – In planning class selections, please be aware that some jurisdictions require specific courses and that some also limit the amount of field placement or clinical programs; e.g., New York . It is prudent for students to check the requirements/restrictions for jurisdictions prior to registration.
  • Should you have any trouble with the online registration process, please email registar@vermontlaw.edu.


    In most cases, specific registration instructions are provided in the appropriate class description in each term. Please be sure to consult these before starting the registration process!

  • EVIDENCE (LIT7210) –It is strongly recommended that students take Evidence in their second year as it is a prerequisite for other courses and is a required for the JD. Attendance at Evidence Labs (LIT7211) is mandatory so, if you register for Evidence, you must be available for at least one of the lab times associated with Evidence. Students register in Evidence labs after the start of the appropriate semester.
  • APPELLATE ADVOCACY (REQ7255) – If you have not yet satisfied this graduation requirement and you have successfully completed Legal Research and Writing, Legal Writing II, Constitutional Law I, and Constitutional Law II, please make sure you register for a section of REQ7255.  Enrollment is limited in each section and further information about the specific class sections will be posted and available from the Legal Writing department.
  • TRIAL PRACTICE (LIT7220) – 3L students who have already taken Evidence and wish to enroll in Trial Practice are encouraged to do so in the Fall semester leaving spaces in the Spring sections available for 2L students.
  • GENERAL PRACTICE PROGRAM – All students may register on the waitlist for GPP classes if they have met prerequisites. When there is space available, the GPP office may approve the enrollment of non-GPP students in a GPP class and notifies the Registrar to add students from the waitlist.
  • EXCHANGE PROGRAMS – Students interested in applying for any exchange program below should enroll in the appropriate section. Please consult the appropriate class description for credit limits and/or other requirements. Enrollment is typically limited to 2 students per semester per program and students must be ranked in the top half of the class to be eligible. (Please confirm this with the Registrar’s Office before enrolling.) Students are required to submit additional application/registration materials to the exchange school.
    • University of Connecticut School of Law – MSC7911
    • Franklin Pierce Law Center (UNH School of Law) – MSC7912
    • University of California, Hastings College of the Law – MSC7913
    • Howard University School of Law - MSC7914
    • New York Law School – MSC7916
    • Universidad de Puerto Rico – MSC7917
    • Tuck School of Business – MSC7918
  • J.D. PART-TIME EXTERNSHIP (CLI9425) – If you hope to participate in this program in either semester, you may register online to be placed on the waitlist. The default credit value is two credits but the credits are adjusted by the Registrar to that which is specified on the approved registration form. Please see the class description for complete instructions.
  • SOUTH ROYALTON LEGAL CLINIC (CLI9310 is for full-time, CLI9312 is for part-time) – All students wanting to work at the SRLC may register online for the for both the clinic and the classroom component of SRLC. Please see the class description for further information and instructions for registration.
  • SEMESTER IN PRACTICE (CLI9411) or JUDICIAL EXTERNSHIP (CLI9430) – Students who have been confirmed for a placement will be registered by the Registrar for these full-time experiential programs. Please make sure that you are available for the class component. When the Registrar’s Office receives official approval, your registration will be finalized. ​