Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Mercer Law Review: About

Mercer Law Review Volume 73 (2021-2022)

The Editorial Board is elected each year by the student members of the Law Review.


Shreya H. Shah
Editor in Chief

Ashley Mallon
Senior Managing Editor


Anna Kersey
Managing Editor


Dana M. Nagel
Managing Editor

  Sedaries Mathis
Georgia Survey Editor
Mary Elizabeth "Mimi" Loftus
Lead Articles Editor

D. Garrett White
Articles Editor


R. Alejandro Guarin
Eleventh Circuit Survey Editor

Douglas E. Comin
Student Writing Editor
  Hailey T. Morton
Administrative Editor


Alexandra Bradley

Amanda Claxton

Braden Copeland

E. Tate Crymes

Tatiana Dobretsov

Michael L. Downing Jr.

Emma Duke

John Flowers

DeJuawn Griffin

Elliza Guta

Avery Hart

William Hedgepeth

Henry Hibbert

Laney Ivey

Alyssa LeDoux

Jordan Lipp

Travis Lynes

Zachary Mullinax

Lilly Nickels

S. Meghan Pittman

Hannah Pressley

Stella Preston

Wes P. Rahn

Ryan Reed

Taylor Rinberger

John Rodriguez

Joshua Slovin

Sara Snowden

Olivia K. Spradley

Jordan Stone

Samantha Thompson

Ben T. Tuten

Wesley M. Watts

William Wheeler

Sara White

Jacob Wilson

Sue Painter-Thorne
Faculty Advisor

Sharon Bradley
Library Liaison


Julie Register
Administrative Assistant

Upcoming Events


About the Law Review

The Mercer Law Review was founded in 1949 and is the oldest continually published law review in Georgia.  Since its inception, the Mercer Law Review has served as an invaluable aid to practitioners and has provided a great service to the academic community through its publication of scholarly articles and its annual surveys of Georgia and Eleventh Circuit law.

Each year, the Mercer Law Review publishes four books:

  • Annual Survey of Georgia Law
  • Articles
  • Lead Articles
  • Annual Eleventh Circuit Survey

Beginning in Volume 71, The Mercer Law Review also publishes a Companion Edition of note-worthy student writing.

The Mercer Law Review is moving online.

  • With Volume 72, we began the transition to an online only publication. One issue each academic year will shift online with the transition completed by Volume 75, 2023-2024.

Previous Editions

A Subscription for the two print books (Georgia & Eleventh Circuit Surveys) of Volume 73 is $50.00.

If you are interested in purchasing an individual issue or an annual subscription, please contact us at :

  • Phone: (478) 301-2613
  • Address: Mercer Law Review, Mercer University School of Law, Macon, GA 31207


Mercer University Law LibraryMercer University School of Law  |  Non-Discrimination Policy  |   ABA Required Disclosures  | Contact Site Administrator 
Mercer University School of Law - 1021 Georgia Avenue Macon, GA 31207 | 478-301-2605 |  All rights reserved.