Academic Credit for New England Law Review Service
Section 1. Award of Academic Credit – At the conclusion of each semester, all members of the New England Law Review who have performed all duties assigned to them by the Executive Committee and editors and pursuant to Chapters III and IV of the By-Laws shall, at the discretion of the Editor-in-Chief, be recommended to the Faculty Advisor for the award of the appropriate amount of academic credit, as further specified by the Administration of the New England School of Law in its Student Handbook. In the case of any New England Law Review members who are not recommended by the Editor-in-Chief for the award of academic credit, sufficient documentation shall be provided to justify the denial of academic credit. Regarding the work performed by New England Law Review members for academic credit, each editor member shall be assigned an equal work load and will receive equal academic credit for performing such assigned duties, and each associate member shall be assigned an equal work load and will receive equal academic credit for performing such assigned duties.
Section 2. Judicial Review – Every member of the New England Law Review shall have the right to appeal the recommendations made to the Faculty Advisor by the Editor-in-Chief regarding the award or denial of academic credit. Any such appeal shall be made to the Faculty Advisor, pursuant to Section 3 of Article VII.