Current Exam4 Software Version - Spring 2023 Midterms
The Exam4 software is now available for Spring 2023 midterms as of February 15. We will notify students via email when the Exam4 software version for Spring 2023 final exams is available.
You must download an updated version of the Exam4 software every semester for each exam period. If you have midterms that use the Exam4 software, you will need to download it twice per semester: once for midterms and once for final exams. The Law School will notify students via email when the updated software is ready for download each semester for midterms and again for final exams.
Reschedule Deadline for Spring 2023 Exams - March 31
Final exams can only be rescheduled in accordance with Law School Rule 6.03. To petition to reschedule a final exam, follow the instructions to "Reschedule Exams Due to Schedule Conflicts" by March 31.
Accommodation Notification Deadline for Spring 2023 Exams - March 31
In order to guarantee accommodations for final exams, the Law School must receive your Faculty Notification Letters via McBurney Connect by March 31. After that date, accommodations cannot be guaranteed, as the Law School may not have sufficient time for preparation.
Reminder! Take-Home Exam Changes
As of the Spring 2022 term, you must use the Exam4 software (instead of any word processor) to prepare and submit your take-home exams. Review the Take-Home Exam Instructions and Exam4 Software Instructions pages for more information.
Last updated: 2/15/2023
Help Links For Exams
The Spring 2023 exam period is Saturday, April 29 through Thursday, May 11. Further information about Spring 2023 final exams is forthcoming.
Exam Procedures & Policies
Information about rescheduling, exam emergencies, technical issues, accommodations, honor code and more.
Instructions for proctored and take-home exams, as well as how to use the Exam4 software for each.
Prepare for your exams by taking a practice exam or checking out exams administered in previous semesters in the exam archive.
Exam Study Prep
- Laptop and other equipment checkout on campus
- Print at Law School Copy Shop (6 cents a page)
- Print at UW Law Library (7 cents a page)
- Law School Help Desk
You must use your exam number for all Law School exams.
For Law, LLM-LI's, Visiting Law & Law Exchange students, log into "My Student Info" with your NetID and password to retrieve your exam number.
For non-Law students from another department taking a Law school course, use your 10 digit student ID# as your exam number.