College of Law Full Year 1999-2000 by DePaul University

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journal editors students may apply to become editors of the journal after they complete the first year editors may receive tuition stipends based upon the nature of their service on the editorial board credit for the journal editors receive course credit at the rate of two credits per semester the credits are graded pass/fail editors are expected to agree to a four-semester commitment to the journal § 4.5 journal for social justice the journal for social justice provides public interest practitioners and academics with a scholarly alternative to traditional law journal publications contributors to the journal are encouraged to share the wisdom of their experiences as advocates eligibility students who complete their first year of law school in good academic standing are invited to join the journal’s staff based on either the journal’s own write-on competition or the intra-journal summer write-on competition journal members are eligible to apply for editorial board positions during the spring academic term credit for the journal editors of the journal receive course credit the credits are graded pass/fail a student may receive a maximum of four credits two per semester for journal editorial work § 4.6 journal of sports law and contemporary problems the journal of sports law and contemporary problems investigates the intersection between law and sports with a focus on today’s most important sports issues write-on competition the journal participates in the intra-journal competition each summer to select its staff journal editors students may apply to become editors of the journal after one year credit for the journal editors receive course credit at the rate of one or two credits per semester the credits are graded pass/fail § 4.7 moot court society the moot court honor society has three divisions appellate advocacy trial advocacy and lawyering skills the society sponsors and supports students participating in competitions that promote written and oral advocacy and lawyering skills credit for moot court competition upper-level students can earn three credit hours for participation on a national or international moot court appellate advocacy team or trial competition team national team moot court credits are graded pass/fail international moot court competition credits are graded in the normal manner students may earn a maximum of six credits for moot court competition in order to earn credit for moot court students must 1 participate as a team member competitor in a sanctioned external moot court appellate or trial team competition appellate team members are selected by a moot court executive 10