Becoming a Member of Law Review
All School of Law journals have specific criteria for determining eligibility for membership. The Law Review requires that:
- Its members have a cumulative grade point average of 3.200 or higher at the time of membership selection.
- Students participate successfully in the School of Law's annual Write-on-Competition, which typically takes place at the end of the spring semester. (All students have only one opportunity during their tenure at the University of Baltimore to write onto Law Review.)
- Students have four academic semesters remaining before graduation. (An academic semester is a fall or a spring semester. A summer semester does not count towards the four academic semesters that a student must have remaining at the time of acceptance.)