Transfers and Law Review

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Transfers and Law Review

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:53 am

I've heard that some (or at least one) T14 allows incoming transfers that were invited onto LR at their former schools to automatically join LR at the new school. But this is contrary to what I've read here on TLS. Can anyone definitively confirm or deny this? Thanks.

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Re: Transfers and Law Review

Postby stillwater » Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:55 am

Anonymous User wrote:I've heard that some (or at least one) T14 allows incoming transfers that were invited onto LR at their former schools to automatically join LR at the new school. But this is contrary to what I've read here on TLS. Can anyone definitively confirm or deny this? Thanks.


The ones I am aware of allow it; it just never actually happens. So, theoretically possible, sure. Practical expectation? No.

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Re: Transfers and Law Review

Postby BullShitWithBravado » Wed Apr 17, 2013 12:21 pm

stillwater wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:I've heard that some (or at least one) T14 allows incoming transfers that were invited onto LR at their former schools to automatically join LR at the new school. But this is contrary to what I've read here on TLS. Can anyone definitively confirm or deny this? Thanks.


The ones I am aware of allow it; it just never actually happens. So, theoretically possible, sure. Practical expectation? No.


Pretty much this. If you're thinking of transferring, you might want to contact each school's law review just in case. You should also inquire about whether transfers can get membership on a secondary journal, since that's much more common.

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Re: Transfers and Law Review

Postby jbiresq » Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:23 pm

Which T14 does this?

Journal stuff is very school specific. Some schools have transfer write-ons, others don't. Some allow you to do walk-ons to secondaries. The admissions websites will have most of the information you need.




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