Candidate Requirements

There are two separate paths to be eligible for the Nova Law Review Membership.

1. Grade On : (open to first year students who are entering into their second year, day or evening division).

To grade on, you must achieve at least a 3.3 G.P.A. in either semester of your first year and finish your first year with a 3.3 cumulative G.P.A. If these requirements are met, you will be eligible to join Nova Law Review and participate in the Summer Training Program.

2. Write On : (open to any 1L or 2L, plus any 3L evening student, who will be attending the law center the following entire year).

To write on, you must have a cumulative G.P.A. of at least 2.8. The write-on competition consists of a closed memo-style topic to be determined by Nova Law Review. You will be given a set amount of time (approximately 5-7 days) to write an article (usually at least 7-10 pages). Once your anonymous article is submitted, the Board will vote on which article writers will receive offers to join Nova Law Review and to participate in the Summer Training Program.

Note: All Junior Associate Members are required to complete the Summer Training Program. Nova Law Review is a working honor society. As such, there is an extensive time commitment required to be a Nova Law Review Junior Associate Member.

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