Miami Law's Office of the Registrar provides many services to law students and alumni beyond course registration. The Law Registrar also collects and disseminates student and academic information through processes that ensure the integrity and security of all records. Some services include:
Verification of Enrollment or Degree
The Registrar can verify enrollment over the phone or in writing. For a written verification the registrar requires the request in writing. It can be faxed to 305-284-1793. The office cannot verify honors or cumulative GPA without a release from the student. Written requests can be faxed as detailed above. Please provide the name that the student attended under, as well as dates of attendance. Again the office only verifies if the student is enrolled. The registrar does not provide any information pertaining to the student's class schedule or GPA.
Current students can also fill out a Verification of Enrollment Form.
The University of Miami School of Law has various staff members that can provide notary services. Click here to see a full list of individuals who are notaries and the departments they work in at Miami Law.
Alumni needing a duplicate diploma should complete the duplicate diploma request form. There is a $15.00 charge for a duplicate diploma. Please include the date of graduation, name under which you attended and the address to which you want the diploma mailed. Please make your check payable to the University of Miami. For any questions, please contact the Registrar’s office at 305-284-4825. Please mail the form with payment to:
University of Miami
Office of the Law Registrar
P.O. Box 248087
Coral Gables, FL 33124-8087
Current Students: Currently enrolled students may obtain an unofficial student copy of their transcript from their CaneLink account. Official transcripts for current students can be ordered using CaneLink or by through Credentials Solutions and are also available for pick up at the University Registrar, located at 121 Whitten University Center.
Alumni: For alumni who need an unofficial copy of their transcript, they must complete the Authorization and Release and email it to LawReg@law.miami.edu. Official transcripts can be ordered through CredentialsSolutions and are also available for pick up at the University Registrar, located at 121 Whitten University Center.
Have Official Name Changed
Students who need to have their official name changed must bring proof along with a photo ID (Passport or Driver’s License) to the Office of the Registrar. Documents verifying a name change must be original, legal documents or certified copies. Acceptable documents are:
- Marriage license
- Divorce documents
- Naturalization papers
- Court Order
- Birth Certificate (Birth certificates are acceptable only for correcting spelling errors)
To change a married name back to a maiden name, legal documentation other than a birth certificate must be provided.
International Student Name Changes: In addition to providing the above documentation, International students must also first obtain a signature on the Change of Name Form from their International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) advisor. ISSS is located in Building 21, Room F, 3rd floor, Phone: 305-284-4825, Fax: 305-284-1793. Once the signature is obtained, the form may then be submitted with the legal documentation to:
Office of the Registrar
University of Miami School of Law, Room A210
P.O. Box 248087,
Coral Gables, FL 33124
(Log-in to Registrar Portal with full law e-mail address and password to access most forms.)
Forms for Courses/Registration:
Change of Appointment Time
17 Credits Request Form
Pass/Fail Authorization Form
Graduation Audit Certification
Faculty Supervised Writing Approval Form
Student Request to Make-Up Incomplete
Forms for Absence from Campus:
Notification of Absence Form - All students who will be absent from class for any reason should complete the Absence Notification Online Form. This form is submitted to the Dean of Students, who will forward it to the individual faculty members listed to notify of the reason for an absence. Some professors rely on this form and track reasons for an absence. Others only count total numbers of absences. If a student is in doubt about the policy in a given class, he or she should check with the instructor. The Dean of Students does not have the authority to excuse any absences. For any student who will be absent from class for more than three days due to a medical or personal emergency, please contact the Dean of Students Office directly at (305) 284-4551 or email@example.com to discuss the circumstances.
Visit Away Form
Leave of Absence Form
Forms for Exams: