- Current registration packets may be found on the College of Law Upperclass Information page
LL.M. Program Info and Forms
- These directories are open to the faculty, staff, and students of the College of Law at the University of Nebraska. Any unauthorized use of student information is strictly prohibited. You may find the password protected links to the LLM directory and photobook on the law college Upperclass Information page.
- Note: The username and password for the photo books, student directories, CSO guides, senior transcript, and student handbook is the same as the username and password used for printing or accessing PCs in the computer lab. Your username should be your blackboard username with @unl.edu added to the end, for example: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Student Services
The University Health Center, located at 15th and U Streets, has been organized to help students keep healthy, vigorous and active while they are attending the University. The primary objectives of the University Health Center are the prevention of illness and injury through the active promotion of healthy lifestyles, and the treatment of illness and injury occurring to students enrolled at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
A modern clinic and hospital are equipped to handle most illnesses, but not major surgery. Specialists are on hand in the fields of eye, ear, nose, throat, orthopedics, dermatology, urology, gynecology, internal medicine, dentistry, radiology, allergy, neurology and psychiatry. Minimal charges are made for treatment in specialty areas.
All University of Nebraska-Lincoln students are eligible for Health Center services, but charges will vary depending on whether or not student fees have been paid. Students may also contact the University Health Center at 402/472-7435 for information regarding student insurance.
The College of Law welcomes students with disabilities and actively seeks to provide assistance and to make reasonable accommodations for their disabilities. The University of Nebraska has a variety of programs that assure students with disabilities access to, and fair treatment in, employment and education. All of the College's facilities are fully accessible to students with disabilities. The College works with the University Services for Students with Disabilities Office to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified students.
The College of Law provides academic and career counseling for its students. In addition, the administration and faculty are concerned with the welfare of the student body and often provide informal personal counseling as well. The Associate Dean provides assistance with academic problems, leaves of absence, emergency student loans and other problems that may arise during law school.
The College recognizes that the first year can be a stressful time, and, therefore, periodically presents programs designed to help students recognize the symptoms of stress in both themselves and others and to develop strategies to cope with stress.
For persons who require professional assistance, Counseling and Psychological Services at the University Health Center (402/472-7450) maintains a full range of psychological and psychiatric counseling services available to all University students.
The University and the community provide a wide variety of recreational opportunities. University tennis courts are located adjacent to the College of Law and a gymnasium is within walking distance. Law students often enter teams in University-wide intramural competitions in a variety of sports, and informal competitions between law students and faculty are common. The College of Law sponsors an annual Sports Day in the fall for students, faculty and staff. Activities include a 5K run/walk, bicycling, basketball, tennis and bowling.
The University Office of Campus Recreation offers 70 different intramural activities for men and women, and organizes other tours and events involving rock climbing, ice climbing, backpacking, skin diving, canoeing and bicycling.
Campus Recreation also provides facilities for jogging, swimming, lifting weights, playing basketball, volleyball, racquetball, indoor climbing, ice-skating and tennis.
Lincoln is known for its numerous city parks, golf courses, bike trails and swimming pools.
Students who have achieved third year status and are clerking are eligible for senior certification. Certification allows students to appear in court and handle other legal matters for clients. The student's work and court appearances must be supervised by an attorney admitted to practice law in Nebraska. Click here for the packet of information on the rules and procedures for obtaining senior certification.