JLEP Congratulates Its Incoming Masthead

Saturday, March 2, 2013

JLEP has elected its Masthead for 2013-2014. The journal’s incoming group of editors is loaded with talent, and will be responsible for handling all aspects of the journal’s operation. The new editors are:

Editor-in-Chief: Steven Dunn
Executive Editor: Crystal Yi
Managing Editor: Sarah Mernin
Publications Editor: Meagan Dziura
Senior Articles Editor: Michael Rodgers
Articles Editor: Preston Wise
Articles Editor: David Dubin
Senior Research Editor: Kelly Fryberger
Research Editor: Victoria Clarke
Research Editor: Ian Rothfuss
Senior Notes Editor: Max Slackman
Notes Editor: Erica Peterson
Articles Selection Editor: Preston Wise
Symposium Editor: Kevin Hill

JLEP has also selected ten new Full Members: Josh Branson, Keiko Breyan, Brady Cummins, Ryan Leavitt, Mariam Noori, Catie Oryl, Kyra Smerkanich, Jonathan Stapor, Charles Thresher, and Allison Walsh.

Please join us in congratulating the new Masthead and Full Members.

JLEP Welcomes Its New Candidate Members

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

JLEP has selected its newest class of Candidate Members for the 2012-2013 academic year. Candidate Members play an essential role in the operation of the journal, and the latest crop is among the best qualified JLEP has selected. The Candidate Members include:

Josh Branson
Keiko Breyan
Sarah Christianson
Victoria Clarke
Brady Cummins
Steven Dunn
David Dubin
Meagan Dziura
Kelly Fryberger
Kevin Hill
Andrew Hopkins
Ryan Leavitt
Sarah Mernin
Mariam Noori
Catie Oryl
Erica Peterson
Michael Rogers
Ian Rothfuss
Maxwell Slackman
Kyra Smerkanich
Jonathan Stapor
Charles Thresher
Allison Walsh
Preston Wise
Crystal Yi

Please join us in welcoming them to the journal.

JLEP Members Recognized in Supreme Court Clinic

Thursday, March 1, 2012

JLEP Articles Editor Rachel Fertig and Full Member Corey Carpenter were recently recognized in a Virginia Lawyers Weekly article for their participation in the Supreme Court Clinic class at George Mason University School of Law.  The class gives students an opportunity to participate in legal research and brief writing for cases before the United States Supreme Court. Click here to read the article.

 

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