CHAPTER 11 – LAW JOURNAL, JOURNAL ON DISPUTE RESOLUTION, OHIO STATE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW, I/S: A JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY FOR THE INFORMATION SOCIETY, AND THE OHIO STATE BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL

11.01. Credit Toward Graduation From the J.D. Program – Ohio State Law Journal Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, I/S: Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, and the Ohio State Business Law Journal.

Students in the J.D. program may earn up to two semester hours of credit for work done on the staff of the Ohio State Law Journal, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, and the Ohio State Business Law Journal prior to the beginning of the fifth semester, and may earn an additional two semester hours of credit for work done on the staff or editorial board of the Ohio State Law Journal, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, and the Ohio State Business Law Journal in the two final semesters of academic residence. Students may earn up to one semester hour of credit for work done on the staff of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law and the I/S: Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society prior to the beginning of the fifth semester, and may earn an additional two semester hours of credit for work done on the staff of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law and the I/S: Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society in the two final semesters of academic residence. Students who successfully complete work on the Managing Board of the Ohio State Law Journal, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, I/S: Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society or the Ohio State Business Law Journal will be awarded an additional hour of credit. Credit will be awarded by the faculty adviser, or in the case of Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law or I/S: Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society by its Managing Faculty Editor, upon recommendation of the editorial board.

Source: Faculty minutes, April 4, 1963, amended faculty minutes, March 7, 1973, April 3, 1985, December 6, 1995, June 18, 2002, September 3, 2003, December 15, 2004, and February 13, 2008.

11.02. Excusal From Course Requirements.

Members and officers of the Ohio State Law Journal the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, I/S: Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, and the Ohio State Business Law Journal shall not be excused from any specific course requirements, except that a student who participates in the Ohio State Law Journal, the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution or the Ohio State Business Law Journal has satisfied the non-seminar writing requirement in Rule 5.07 to the extent that he or she receives a total of four semester hours of credit that work.

Source: Faculty minutes, April 4, 1963, March 7, 1973, February 27, 1985, February 12, 1986, March 17, 1999, and December 15, 2004.

 

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