Dean of Academic Affairs
Rules of the Law School
Information for non-law students
|Spring 2014 (draft)|
Information about required textbooks is made available through the Colorado Bookstore on the Hill (CBOTH). CBOTH returns at least 5% of its law book sales revenue to the SBA, which uses this unrestricted funding for events such as ThACs. When law students mention PISA (the Public Interest Students Association) at the time they purchase law school diploma frames, CBOTH donates 10% of the sale price to PISA for summer fellowship funding.
But please note that you may use the ISBN and other information on the link provided to purchase your books from any bookstore or online resource that you prefer. As just one example, the Women's Law Caucus operates a consignment bookstore year-round, located on the first floor of the Wolf Law Building, Room 107.
Exam Schedules (by semester):