Instructor(s): Simon Stern, Markus Dubber

Note: 3 credits (Conditional enrol)

Students who serve as Senior Editors of Critical Analysis of Law: An International & Interdisciplinary Law Review may receive three ungraded credits. Graduate students are graded on the graduate grading scale. To obtain credit, eligible students must be in residence for the year and must commit themselves to their journal responsibilities for the entire year. However, students are permitted to allocate their credits as follows: (a) one credit to one term and two credits to the other, or (b) three credits to the winter term. No credit will be shown on the interim statement of grades until the program has been completed. No grade will be assigned until the end of the academic year.

The specific requirements that must be satisfied by the Senior Editors of the journal to obtain credit will be determined by the administration, following consultation with the Instructor(s). These requirements could include submission of written critiques of manuscripts and articles. In any event, it will be the decision of the Instructor(s) as to whether or not the requirements for credit have been satisfied.

The Journal:
CAL is a peer-reviewed online open-access journal that aims to serve as an interdisciplinary forum for cutting-edge research in and on law, by scholars from law and other disciplines. For further information, please visit the journal ( or CAL Lab @ UofT Law (, or contact the Instructors (,

To register for this course, please send an email to Nancy Bueler at with a statement of interest, a current CV, and a short writing sample.

Students must apply before the deadline for course selection. Acceptance to the course is on a rolling basis and interested students are encouraged to apply early.

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Academic year
2019 - 2020

At a Glance

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8 JD