One Paper for Two Seminars
Fall 2015 Semester: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 by 5:00 p.m.
Spring 2016 Semester: Tuesday, January 26, 2016 by 5:00 p.m.
Submit this completed form to: Office of the Registrar, 315 McDonough Hall
Phone 202-662-9220; Fax 202-662-9235
ONE PAPER FOR TWO SEMINARS
Students may submit one paper to satisfy the requirements in two Law Center seminars undertaken in the same semester by securing the written approval of both professors, the Associate Dean for the J.D. Program, and the Registrar in advance of writing the paper. A student must submit a written request to the Office of the Registrar by the deadline for the relevant semester (see Application Deadlines above). The request should include both professors' approvals of the proposed joint paper, the minimum number of words or pages of the proposed joint paper, and the page length requirement for each seminar. All requests must be approved by the Associate Dean for the J.D. Program and approval is not automatic. When permission is granted, the student will be required to write a paper of at least 12,000 words excluding footnotes (approximately 50 pages), and meet all other requirements of both seminars. Students will be expected to indicate the joint nature of the paper on the cover page of all submissions. Each professor approving such a project will submit a final grade independently, indicating his or her judgment of the paper as it pertains to his or her course, and the final grades given for the two seminars need not be identical. Any extension to the paper deadline must receive prior approval from both professors.
Students may not submit a single paper for a seminar and a Supervised Research project. Students also may not submit a single paper to satisfy the requirements of two Supervised Research projects. Students wishing to submit a single paper to satisfy the requirements of a Law Center seminar and a graduate course taken for credit on the Main Campus should contact an advisor in the Office of J.D. Academic Services for more information. (See Credit for Courses in the Undergraduate or Graduate Schools of the University, on p. 21 of the Georgetown Law Student Handbook for more information on taking courses on the Main Campus.) Students are never permitted to submit a paper previously evaluated in connection with a Law Center course in order to meet the requirements of a course in which they are currently enrolled.