Law Review Staff Editor I and II

This course is reserved for staff editors of Law Review.

Law Review Staff Editor I and II

Members who have completed one year on Law Review and do not participate on the E-Board are known as staff editors. As such, they are required to continue completing weekly citation and substance checking assignments in addition to writing a note. The note is a form of legal scholarship that discusses problems or conflicts in an area of law of the staff editor’s choosing and proposes a legal solution to these problems or conflicts. Students writing a note must choose a faculty advisor, who guides them through the note-writing process. Grades are awarded by the faculty publisher.

The New York Law School Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship edited and published by students at New York Law School four times a year. All positions are the Law Review are considered co-curricular in nature. The Law Review is student-run and publishes articles, notes, comments, essays, and speeches on many areas of legal scholarship. Students gain membership to the Law Review in one of two ways: through the grade-on process or through the write-on process. For more information on membership to the Law Review, please visit

Please note that "I" and "II" are for Registrar/transcript purposes only—they signify that the student completed the required work the fall semester (I) and the spring semester (II).

2 Credits (1 credit per semester)


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