Credits: 3 credits
Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law is a course in which upper level Law students manage allaspects of editing the "Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law." Students will assist in editingarticles for substance and style, and the accuracy and completeness of footnotes and quoted sources. Students willalso complete other journal-related tasks assigned by faculty editors in chief on an ad hoc basis.
Note: Registration for this course will be done by the Faculty of Law.
Prerequisite: Students must currently be enrolled in either full time second or third year of the JD program at the TRU Faculty ofLaw. Students will be competitively selected based on their legal research and writing skills, as evidenced primarilythrough their performance in the first year of the JD program at TRU Law. Preference may be given to students in theirthird year of the JD program. A STUDENT MAY REPEAT THIS COURSE FOR CREDIT BY SERVING AS AMANAGING EDITOR upon the recommendation of the Faculty Editors in Chief of the CLCCL.
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