Faculty of Law : Faculty Academic Regulations
Students are referred to the general University regulations (see Undergraduate Academic Regulations) and to the regulations adopted by the Faculty of Law. The following specific regulations apply to students in the Faculty of Law:
Complete (pass). Used only for 0-unit courses and those credit courses designated by the Senate. Such courses are identified in the course listings.
Continuing. Denotes the first half of a full-year course.
Unsatisfactory performance. Completed course requirements; no supplemental. Used only for Co-op work terms and for courses designated by Senate. Such courses are identified in the course listings. The grade is EXCLUDED from the calculation of all grade point averages.
Deferred status granted. Used only when deferred status has been granted because of illness, an accident or family affliction. See Deferred Status. This grade may only be assigned by the Associate Dean, Academic and Student Relations.
Withdrawal under extenuating circumstances. The WE registration status will replace a course registration or grade when approved by the Dean following a request for academic concession from a student. This registration status is excluded from the calculation of all grade point averages; it will appear on the official transcript. This grade may only be assigned by the Associate Dean, Academic and Student Relations.
4.
Students who commence the JD program in September 2012 or later must successfully complete the compulsory upper-level courses: LAW 301 The Administrative Law Process, LAW 315 Business Associations, and LAW 360 Legal Ethics and Professionalism, or equivalent courses approved by the Associate Dean Academic and Student Relations in advance of students enrolling in the course as a means of satisfying the Federation of Law Societies of Canada’s requirements.
3.
Completes the following compulsory upper-level courses: LAW 301 The Administrative Law Process or LAW 301I Transsystemic Administrative Law, LAW 315 Business Associations or LAW 315I Transsystemic Business Associations, and LAW 360 Legal Ethics and Professionalism, or equivalent courses approved by the Associate Dean Academic and Student Relations in advance of students enrolling in the course as a means of satisfying the Federation of Law Societies of Canada's requirements.
b)
For the purpose of determining a student’s eligibility to write supplemental examinations, a grade of COM in LAW 350: Clinical Law Term, or in any approved exchange term graded on a COM/F basis will be deemed to have a grade point value of 3.00.
g)
The grade point value for supplemental examinations will be determined in accordance with the Faculty of Law – Grading Scale. The original sessional grade point average, original letter grade and a revised sessional grade point average, taking into account the supplemental examination results, will be recorded on a student’s transcript.
LAW 349 Business Law Clinic
LAW 350 Law Centre Clinical Program
LAW 353 Environmental Law Centre Clinic
LAW 386A Environmental Law Centre Clinic Intensive: Legal Skills & Sustainability
LAW 386B Environmental Law Centre Clinic Intensive: Problem Solving