Student Organization Handbook

20 LAW REVIEW This student-operated journal serves judges, practitioners, scholars, and students by publishing outstanding legal scholarship and enhancing the intellectual climate of the Shepard Broad College of Law. Additionally, Law Review trains its members in intensive legal research, analysis, and writing, thereby preparing them for the rigors of legal practice and public service. ILSA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW The ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law is an academic legal publication sponsored by the International Law Students' Association of Washington, D.C., United States, and housed at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law in Florida, United States. The journal has a worldwide circulation, with scholarly work affecting the global community. NONCLASSROOM CREDIT FORM If you are a member of a cocurricular organization, (NTA, Moot Court, International Citator, ILSA Journal , or Law Review), you may be eligible for credits earned for participation. In order to receive these credits, you are required to complete the appropriate Cocurricular Activity Credit Forms that can be found on the Student Services website at The form needs to be signed by the cocurricular organization faculty adviser and must submitted to the Office of Student Services on or before the end of the drop/add period in order to be registered for the semester. Credits will not be given for incomplete forms or for forms submitted after the deadline date. Students must review the hours requirement and the limitations on nonclassroom credits in the Code of Academic Regulations.