Policies and Procedures – BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School

Policies and Procedures - Table of Contents

June 22, 2018

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I. General Policies

  1. Attendance
  2. Placement and Recruiting Break
  3. Speakers
  4. Rescheduling Classes
  5. Scheduling Rooms in Law Building
  6. Variance of Rules
  7. Hours Per Semester
  8. Overlapping Classes
  9. Official Notices
  10. Computers
  11. Student Discipline Procedures
  12. Policy on Non-Discrimination
  13. Policy on Sexual Harassment
  14. Services for Students with Disabilities
  15. Copyright Policy
  16. Electronic Device Use in the Classroom
  17. Access to Student Records (FERPA)
  18. Procedure for Student Complaints Concerning the Program of Legal Education


II. Curriculum

  1. Directed Research
  2. Credit for Co-Curricular (Law 792R §§ 1-5)
  3. Credit for Co-Curricular (Law 793R §§ 1-5)
  4. Duplication of Credit
  5. Seminars
  6. Professional Responsibility
  7. Substantial Writing Requirement
  8. Professional Skills Requirement
  9. Clinics, Clinical Alliances, and Externships
  10. Non-Law Courses
  11. Required Courses
  12. Non-law Students in Law Courses

 

III. Grading

  1. Grading Rules
  2. Grading Scale
  3. Median Grades
  4. Resolving Academic Grievances
  5. Grades and Credit Earned at Another Law School
  6. Repeating Courses
  7. Class Rank


IV. Dismissal for Grades and Readmission


V. Examinations

  1. Exam Numbers
  2. Exam Superintendent
  3. Professors’ Responsibility for Exams
  4. Final Exam Schedule
  5. Rescheduling Exams for Individual Students
  6. Taking the Final Exam
  7. Permissible Equipment for Taking Exams
  8. SofTest Software
  9. Past Examination Questions
  10. Review of Examination Answers


VI. Transfer Information

  1. Transfer Applicants
  2. Visiting Student Applicants
  3. J. Reuben Clark Law Students Who Attend Another Law School As A Visiting Student
  4. Individualized Foreign Law Study


VII. Scholarships


VIII. Graduation Requirements

  1. Required Courses
  2. Credit Hours
  3. Residence/Years of Study
  4. Grade-Point Average
  5. Employment During School
  6. Graduation Interview
  7. Participation in Graduation Ceremonies


IX. Honors

  1. Law School Honors
  2. The Order of the Coif
  3. Dean’s List


X. LL. M. Program

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