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The Wayne Law Review has elected a new editorial board for Volume 67 (2021-22).

New board members are:

Editor-in-Chief Marie Carp; Managing Editor Zachary Ulewicz; Production Editor Kate Smigelski; Executive Note & Comment Editor Andrew Keating; Executive Articles Editor Jacob Stropes; Diversity Editor Aleanna Siacon; and Media & Technology Editor Sarah Schade.

This past year, the Wayne Law Review formalized its commitment to diversity and inclusion with the introduction of the Diversity Committee and the creation of the diversity editor board position. The diversity editor will ensure that the Law Review remains committed to its mission of increasing the representation of diverse identities among its membership, leadership and authorship.

The Wayne Law Review is one of three scholarly journals edited and produced by Wayne Law students. It contains articles, transcripts, notes and comments by prominent academics, practitioners and students on timely legal topics.

Each year, one of the issues highlights a topic of interest discussed at the Law Review’s annual symposium.

Highly motivated students are invited to join the Wayne Law Review following a writing competition each summer. Junior and senior members produce the publication under the direction of a senior administrative board. Professor Christopher Lund is the faculty adviser for the organization.

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Eleven law students have been elected to the 2021-22 editorial board of The Journal of Law in Society at Wayne State University Law School.

New editorial board members are: Editor-in-Chief Sara Mickovic, Managing Editor Lindsey Jemison, Reviewing Editor Yvonne Tirakian, Symposium Director Steven Nelson, Special Projects Director Jalen Farmer, Executive Article Editors Anu Nandi and Emily Williams, Senior Note Editors Kaitlyn Clements and Allison Tuohy, Senior Article Editors Nicholas Badalamenti and Matthew Fleming.

Acting as the scholarly voice of the Law School's Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights, The Journal of Law in Society provides discourse at the intersection of law and society. Each year, the Journal identifies a range of issues affecting Detroit and other parts of the world and then publishes articles that address those issues within their social context. The Journal publishes twice a year and hosts an academic symposium on topics relevant to the larger Detroit area.

The purpose of the Journal is to build awareness about issues of concern and to make connections with scholars, jurists, legal practitioners, community organizations and students involved in researching, combating and solving these issues. Associate Professor Justin Long serves as the faculty advisor for the organization.



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