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Columbia LawNet portal is a new intranet media for Columbia Law School students, faculty, and staff that consolidates Columbia Law School online services such as Course Webs, Email, and Blogs. Powered by Columbia Law School Information Technology, it is comprised of a catalog of sites representing online services offered by various Law School departments such as Registration Services, Student Services, and Information Technology among others. The drop-down menu "My Services" located above lists the many LawNet services that will help you navigate the portal.

As we continue to work on the Law School portal, we will add helpful features which will allow registered users to customize their profiles in accordance to their LawNet needs. Our goal is to provide our services in the most efficient and convenient way for all of Columbia Law School users.

Note that not all of our online services use Single Sign On (SSO) feature, which requires a registered user to login just once. As a result, you may be asked to re-login in order to access certain services such as your Columbia Law School email.

If you are not logged in to LawNet already, please log in by clicking "Sign In" in the upper right corner or click here.

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Register for LawNet

Admitted Students in LawNet Portal is a site on which you can introduce yourself to the law school community and get to know your future classmates. Please note that your professors, other faculty members, and administrators will also use the directory provided to learn more about you. You can use this directory to search for and contact your fellow students both before and once you arrive.

We welcome the JD class of 2017, LLM class of 2015, international exchange and transfer students to the Columbia Law School Community.

Please visit the Admitted Students Portal to register.


You are entering a protected area that contains confidential student information.  Please protect your classmates' privacy and note that it is a violation of University policy to violate the privacy of student information.