smaug wrote:txdude45 wrote:Grades do eventually come out, right?
They're always slow. You'll be fine. Knowing sooner or later doesn't make you or break you in anyway, so chill out, apply to some jerbs and go drankin'.
So I'm not a regular ATL reader (I get the sense some don't have the highest opinion of it), but I was getting pretty antsy and found this via Google: http://abovethelaw.com/2012/05/top-law- ... g-faculty/
In a letter to students, Dean David Schizer of Columbia Law School informed students that his faculty would now be held accountable for the timely reporting of student grades. Schizer said that after a lot of consideration, the Columbia Law faculty agreed to report fall semester grades no later than the Friday before Martin Luther King Day, and spring semester grades no later than June 15th (except, of course, for graduating students).
But saying that they have a standard means nothing unless there is a penalty for non-compliant faculty. From the email:
Faculty who do not comply will be included on a list circulated to the faculty and students, and they will also be fined. I realize that there will still be some situations when, for extenuating circumstances, grades will be late, but my hope is those situations will be rare.
Did that actually wind up happening?