LAW9702-1.Hamline Jrnl Public Law/Plcy.Su14.Tweedy,Ann
Hamline Jrnl Public Law/Plcy
Academic Term and Year
Area of Study
The Journal publishes significant public law articles. This experience provides an opportunity for law students to refine their writing and research skills while responding to the needs of the community. Requirements of membership/ criteria for credit: members must participate in 60 hours of research, drafting or production each semester. The faculty advisor authorizes credit based on his/her observations, evidence of specific work product, and recommendations of the board of editors. Staff members may receive up to two credits per semester, but in no event more than seven credits may be awarded to any staff member. All members of the board of editors, with the exception of students who graduate in January, must complete sufficient work to qualify for credit in both academic semesters in order to receive credit for either semester. Students may register for only one publication course in the same academic year. Members of the board of editors receive two credits per semester, and one credit for the summer following election to the board. Graded Pass/No Pass Every Year Course
Tweedy, Ann, "LAW9702-1.Hamline Jrnl Public Law/Plcy.Su14.Tweedy,Ann" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 3420.