Students may earn credit for work in connection with one of the journals sponsored by the Law School. To be awarded academic credit, the student’s work must be of sufficient quality to merit a grade of “C” or better, as certified by the student’s faculty advisor for the course. The amount of credit for various activities and for publication is indicated on the course schedule.
A student may not apply toward the JD degree more than 7 total hours of credit for journal activity.
Students enrolled in a journal will be required to keep track of time spent working on the assignment.