Before using the pdf’s listed below, please be sure to read the instructions and information related to the use of the form in the relevant part of the LSJ website.
The requirements and prerequisites for applying to the Law, Societies, and Justice major are discussed under the “Applying to LSJ Major” tab of this website. The same page has the link to the application itself. Applications to the major are only accepted during Autumn, Winter, and Spring quarters. They are due by 4:00PM on the second Friday of the quarter for which you are applying. Only students already admitted to the UW can apply for the major, and only those who have completed the pre-requisite courses and meet the minimum criteria will be considered.
This handout explains the steps for petitioning to count study abroad coursework towards LSJ major or minor requirements and lists study abroad programs that may apply to LSJ requirements. Generally, all students should consult with the LSJ Adviser about Study Abroad coursework.
This handout outlines the requirements needed to complete the LSJ major. More information about this can be found under the “Completing LSJ Major Requirements Tab” of the website.
This handout lists the requirements needed to finish the Law, Societies, and Justice minor. This minor, as with any other minor at the University of Washington, is not competitive for admission. Students in good academic standing who have completed at least 45 college credits and who have already declared a UW major can add the minor by filling out a Change of Minor form at their major department advising office and turning it in to the Registration Office in Schmitz 225. Completion of the LSJ minor is monitored by the student’s major department adviser, but the LSJ adviser can certainly be contacted in case of problems or confusions. More information about the this is located under the “LSJ Minor” tab of the webpage.
This form will show which classes are approved for the various subfield areas for the LSJ major and minor.
LSJ majors wishing to be added to LSJ 401 must fill out the LSJ 401 Contract Form and get a letter from their internship site supervisor. The form and letter need to be brought to the LSJ adviser who will add the student to the class. More information about this is found under the “Internship Requirement” tab of the webpage. Registration in LSJ 401 is restricted to LSJ majors only.
This is a sample of the syllabus for LSJ 401, roughly outlining the requirements for successful completion of the course. More information about this is found under the “Internship Requirement” tab.
Enrolled students in LSJ 401 must submit a completed site supervisor evaluation with their final paper. Please bring this form to your internship site supervisor, and ask him/her to complete it and place it in an envelope with their signature across the seal. Include the envelope with your final paper and your evaluation of your internship.
Students enrolled in LSJ 401 are required to complete this evaluation of their internship and include it with their final paper.
LSJ 310 and LSJ 499 are courses used for students who have arranged an independent paper or research project with an LSJ faculty member. In order to be registered for either of these classes, the student will have to get the signature of the faculty person who will be mentoring/administering the research project for the student. This class is for LSJ major’s only and is generally not numerically graded. Students can meet with the LSJ adviser to discuss this possibility before contacting a faculty person to supervise the project.
LSJ majors who have and maintain a gpa of 3.5 or higher can be considered for departmental honors in LSJ. This form is the means to sign up for the two quarter, 10 credit LSJ Honors Thesis. Interested students should definitely meet with the LSJ adviser well in advance of the quarter in which they would like to add the first quarter of the Honors Thesis. This form has to be turned in to the LSJ adviser no later than the eighth week of the quarter before the student intends to start the Honors Thesis. More information about this can be found under the “Option for Honors in LSJ” tab of the webpage.
Students admitted to the LSJ major before Autumn 2011 should consult this form to determine their graduation requirements.
Students admitted to the LSJ minor before Autumn 2011 should consult this form to determine their graduation requirements.