Periodic examinations are a regular part of the teaching procedure of the University. They are required regularly at mid-semester and at the close of each semester. Examinations may also be given during the semester at the discretion of the course instructor. Traditionally, the Law School administers examinations only at the close of the semester.
Mid-semester examinations are scheduled for three (3) hours, and examinations given at the close of the semester are to last for four (4) hours. All examinations shall be given at the time and place scheduled by the Dean of the Law School. Any deviation shall be cleared through the Dean of the Law School to whom the instructor is administratively responsible.
EXAMINATION TO BE SUPERVISED
Examinations are administered and supervised by instructor of the course in which the examination is given or by another member of the Law Faculty specifically designated by the instructor of the course, with information to the Dean. All examinations are taken in the presence of the instructor or the designated faculty member.