After an instructor has submitted a grade to the Registrar (generally through HELIOS), the instructor may change the grade only if it was incorrect as a result of an arithmetical, administrative, or other mechanical error. A grade may not be changed as a result of a reevaluation of a student’s work except by vote of the faculty. After degrees are voted and approved by the Law School faculty, grades for a graduating student cannot be changed by an individual faculty member for any reason. Grade changes also may be made by the School’s administration in response to a disciplinary proceeding or administrative irregularity. The Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs must approve any and all grade changes.