Upper year, JD programs
When enrolling in a program at the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, it is the responsibility of each student to:
- Become familiar with the specific degree requirements of their program and ensure that their course selection meets these requirements;
- Ensure that they have completed any prerequisites for courses selected;
- Ensure that there are no holds in your Student Centre dashboard preventing you from enrolling prior to the enrollment period;
- Ensure that the courses selected do not result in class schedule or exam schedule conflicts;
- Meet all deadlines indicated in the important dates published by the Common Law Section and the University of Ottawa;
- Become familiar with the Common Law Section’s Academic Regulations and other regulations of the University of Ottawa. It is understood that, by the act of enrolling, students agree to abide by these regulations.
- Become familiar with your enrollment tools. All Student Centre applications in your uoZone Applications tab will have a pdf tutorial under their name. To open the tutorial for one application, click tutorial (PDF) under the application title.
Students are welcome to consult a member of the Common Law Student Centre for assistance with any of these issues.
- If, for very exceptional reasons, you will not have access to the internet during the enrollment period, you may submit a modification/cancellation of enrollment form by fax (613-562-5869), by email at email@example.com, or in person (Fauteux Hall, room 237).
- The Common Law Student Centre will not confirm receipt of your form or of your enrollment. Please check uoZone to confirm your enrollment.
- Enrollment in some courses (those requiring a selection process and Directed Research Projects requiring a professor’s approval) will not be possible online. Where this is the case, notice is given in the course description found in the course search engine. These courses must be added to your enrollment by the Common Law Student Centre.
STEP 1 - PLAN YOUR COURSE SELECTION AND TIMETABLE
- Consult the degree requirements and course sequence for your program to verify the compulsory and optional courses for which you should enroll in the upcoming year.
- Use our course search engine to view the full descriptions of courses offered in the upcoming year. You can filter your search based on a variety of criteria including class schedule, instructor, term and year of study.
- Check the examination timetable . Ensure that the courses in which you enroll do not have exams scheduled simultaneously. No accommodation is provided for exam timetable conflicts and it is each student's responsibility to ensure they do not have any exams scheduled simultaneously.
STEP 2 - ENROLL FOR YOUR COURSES
- Log into uoZone and, under Applications, click Student Centre. Under Academics, click on Enroll.
STEP 3 - VIEW YOUR TIMETABLE
- Your timetable is only available via the Student Centre function. You can access it by logging into your uoZone account and, under Applications, click Student Centre.
STEP 4 - PAY YOUR TUITION FEES
- You can access your online statement of account on your Student Centre, which is located under Applications in your uoZone account.
Specific program registration instructions
- Students enrolled in year 2 of the French JD/MA program must enroll for CML3531 - Droit international public. Please contact the MA Administrator at NPSIA to fill out a Carlton University / University of Ottawa Exchange enrollment form for Graduate studies. Once filled out, NPSIA will transfer it to the Common Law section to complete your course enrollment.
- You must complete a half-year NPSIA course during each of your upper-years in law. You will receive both NPSIA (0.5 units) and Common Law units (3 units). Once you have selected a course, complete the Exchange Program University of Ottawa - Carleton University form. The form must be submitted for approval to the MA Administrator at NPSIA. Once signed, it will be sent to the Common Law section for final processing.
Programme de droit canadien
*Available in French only
- DRC course: Civil Law course registration (DRC) is done online according to the Civil Law Section registration dates. Click here for the DRC course schedule.
- CML Course: Registration at Common Law (CML) courses is done online according to the Common Law Section registration dates. Click here for the CML course schedule.