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Mercer Law Review Volume 76 (2024-2025)

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.


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


BOARD OF EDITORS
 

A. Tyler Kelly
Editor in Chief

Sydnie N. Winter
Senior Managing Editor

 

Anna Carr Hanks
Managing Editor

 

Walker Thomas
Managing Editor

  Nadin Catak
Georgia Survey Editor
 
Rachel N.Ratajczak
Lead Articles Editor
 

Olivia Greenblatt
Articles Editor

 

Seth H. Elmore
Eleventh Circuit Survey Editor

 
Joey Hargadon
Student Writing Editor
  S. Chase Smith
Administrative Editor

MEMBERS

Lillie Tate Andrews

Chloe E. Bonds

Christina C. Campbell

Jack Chenette

Intisar Choudhury

Josh Cummings

McKayla A. Doss

Sutton M. Eggena

John M. Forbes

Ashley Hall

Lane Hammond

Alexandra Hatten

Sara Hingson-Rodriguez

J. Bailey Hotard

Devin B. Joiner

Jaidin Julien

Thomas Kiser

Kelly LaFleur

Abigail C. Letts

Talia Levin

Seth Lewis

Sellers "Pepper" Miller

Lucious Moore

Cameron K.Obioha

Olivia M. Sanders

Sarah Beth Scarborough

Jodie Scott

Matthew Shatto

Madison Shaw

Maggie Shehane

Jackson W. Spivey

Brantley Swindell

Ethan Terrell

Skylar Toto

Lacey Wallace

Dawson B. Welsh

Anna Wiggins

Joshua Wright

Clay W. Wright


Kaleb Byars
Faculty Advisor

Sharon Bradley
Library Liaison

 

Julie Register
Administrative Assistant

Current Publication

All issues of Volume 75 (2023-2024) are available online.

  • MLR Online Companion
    • Highlighting student scholarship
  • Eleventh Circuit Survey
  • Lead Articles Edition
    • The Lead Articles Edition includes articles from the annual Symposium. The theme for the Volume 75 Symposium was "A Course of Action: Shaping the Next Seventy-Five Years.” 
  • Articles Edition
    • The Mercer Lawyer Edition - Every contributing author in this edition is a proud graduate of Mercer Law School, and their dedication to justice and the law inspires the next generation of Mercer lawyers.
  • Georgia Survey

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 five issues:

  • Annual Survey of Georgia Law
    • A review of noteworthy opinions from the Supreme Court of Georgia and the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia decided in the preceding year. 
  • Articles
    • The Articles Edition is a collection of articles selected for their timeliness and contribution to developing legal scholarship; often addressing a specific theme or area of law.
  • Lead Articles
    • The Lead Articles Edition contains selected transcripts and related articles from each annual symposium hosted by the Mercer Law Review.
  • Annual Eleventh Circuit Survey
    • The survey issue examines major developments in federal law by discussing noteworthy decisions of the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and various district courts within the Eleventh Circuit.
  • Companion Edition .
    • This issue highlights note-worthy student writing

The Mercer Law Review is Online

Available online in our Digital Commons repository.

Previous Editions

  • We may have copies of print books. They are $25.00 per copy.
    • Contact us at :
      • Emaillawreview@law.mercer.edu
      • Phone: (478) 301-2613
      • Address: Mercer Law Review, Mercer University School of Law, Macon, GA 31207

Digital Editions - print on demand

  • Volume 71 was the last volume fully in print. Beginning with Volume 72, various issues were available only online in Digital Commons.
  • You can order a print version of a full issue.
  • Contact Sharon Bradley, bradley_s@law.mercer.edu for details.

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