MDguy wrote:I'm in an unusual situation in that I'm deciding between MPP programs (HKS as an option) and the accessibility of cross-registering into JD classes is very important for me. It looks like most upper-level classes are open but anybody know if 1L courses can be cross-registered into? I'm primarily interested in taking leg-reg, maybe LRW. Where should I direct questions like this, the registrar's office?
Unless you are a law student and need to fulfill the requirement, there is zero reason whatsoever to take LRW. Leg Reg might actually be interesting to an HKS person, but "There is NO cross-registration into the first-year basic courses: Civil Procedure, Contracts, Criminal Law, Legislation and Regulation, 1L International or Comparative, Problem Solving Workshop, Property, Torts, and Legal Research and Writing."
However, there are other statutory interpretation and regulatory classes that you could cross-register into, if you had good reason to think that you would be able to follow the legal terminology and study methods (this is not a straightforward thing).
Nonconsecutive wrote:Searched ITT, couldn't find anything.
Around what time do the multi-section and/or elective courses start to trickle into the catalog for next year? I know the catalogs get updated as the year progresses, but I've never paid attention to when the first version of the catalog actually tends to come out.
I want to say not that long before registration begins, like in April or something, but I haven't tracked this carefully.