INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW REVIEW STAFF
(LAWO-6031) - 2 UNIT
Staff membership on the Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review, a Loyola Law School student-edited publication, is a year-long commitment and credits are awarded by the faculty advisor at the successful completion of the year. Students who are selected for participation on the student journal perform various editorial functions, including cite checking, substantive editing, and legal analysis. All staff members are required to take one of the following 3 unit courses as a co-requisite to enrolling for credit in International and Comparative Law Review Staff: International Law, International Protection of Human Rights, International Environmental Law, International Trade, and International Business Transactions. Enrollment in any other course, including any 2 unit course or seminar concerning international law and related topics, will not satisfy this co-requisite. This co-requisite may be satisfied by enrolling in one of the designated courses in any semester of the academic year in which credit for staff membership is sought.