BU Law provides numerous academic programs and curricular options. So many, in fact, it can be hard to keep up with them all. Here’s where you’ll find information to plan your course schedule and resources to help you get the most out of your legal education. Learn what you need to do for a clinic, externship, concentration, study abroad program, or dual degree. Find academic advising support to help you stay on track with your educational and career goals. And access the records, forms, and online tools that you’ll need along the way.

As part of your BU Law education, plan to take make use of the many online tools that are provided for students. You can review course materials on Blackboard Learn, read your email in BU webmail, take your exams on your laptop via ExamSoft, and register for classes through WebReg. The Student Link is a tool available to all BU students to access your grades and records online. Finally, students seeking law journals to publish their articles can research various publications through ExpressO and Scholastica.