Registration for Spring 2014 courses will begin on Monday, November 18 at 9 am (Eastern Standard Time) for all LL.M. students who have paid a seat deposit according to the following schedule:
- November 18 at 9 am EST through November 20 at 12:00 noon and on or after January 2:
Log onto the Banner Online Registration System (www.yu.edu/myyu). In order to use Banner, you will need your Cardozo Student ID Number (a nine-digit number beginning with “800” sent to you by mail with your admissions materials). During the registration process you will also create a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
- Between November 20 after 12:00 noon and January 1:
Fax registration requests to the Office of the Registrar at (212) 790-0341 or PDF email with signature to email@example.com.
If you haven’t done so already, you are encouraged to pay your seat deposit in a timely fashion in order to register as early as possible. It takes approximately 24- 48 hours for the deposit to be recorded in our system and the registration made available.
Information essential for registration is now available through on Angel (https://cardozo.elearning.yu.edu/). No username or password is required to access these materials; simply click on “Registration” to the right of the login area. There you will find a folder entitled "Spring 2014 Registration" with the following items in it:
- LL.M. Curriculum and Registration Guide (read this first)
- Registration Instructions (read this second)
- The Spring 2014 Course List for LL.M. Students
- Detailed course descriptions with prerequisites for all courses
- Information on faculty, the tentative final exam schedule and more.
In order to assist you in course planning, you are invited to view the previously –recorded online web registration workshop, which took place on November 18 and covered degree requirements, registration materials, and how to use the online registration system. Please click here to view the recording: http://cc.readytalk.com/play?id=3w2pv6.
If you will be in the New York City area, you are invited to make an appointment with Amy Sugin, Assistant Dean for Graduate and International Programs, to discuss degree requirements, registration materials, and how to use the online registration system in preparation for registration for the spring 2014 semester. Attendance is strictly optional; if you would like to make an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.