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Mercer Law Review: About

Mercer Law Review Volume 74 (2022-2023)

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


Travis D. Lynes
Editor in Chief

Tatiana Dobretsova
Senior Managing Editor


Lilly B. Nickels
Managing Editor


Taylor M. Rinberger
Managing Editor

  Sara A. White
Georgia Survey Editor
Jordan W. Stone
Lead Articles Editor

John D. Flowers
Articles Editor


John Rodriguez
Eleventh Circuit Survey Editor

Alexandra H. Bradley
Student Writing Editor
  Hannah G. Pressley
Administrative Editor


Kaelyn Aills

Anika Akbar

Joseph Anderson

Katie Anderson

Emma Blue

Jordan Bracewell

Amanda Claxton

Emma F. Duke

Olivia Durkin

Kirsten Ehlers

Hannah Farthing

Stephen Greenway

DeJuawn "DJ" Griffin



Savannah Hall

Bailey Hankins

W. Warren Hedgepeth

Henry R. Hibbert

Kiana Johnson

Luckshume Ketheeswaran

Jackson Latty

Alyssa LeDoux

Jordan S. Lipp

Wayde Lovingood

Liza McDaniel



Zachary Mullinax

Kaitlyn Myles

Charlsie Parham

Kayla Pfeifer

Stella L. Preston

Saqib Qadir

Ryan H. Read

H. Madison Short

Tessa Sizemore

Sam O. Thompson

Sydney Thompson

William L. Wheeler

Blake Williamson


Sue Painter-Thorne
Faculty Advisor

Sharon Bradley
Library Liaison


Julie Register
Administrative Assistant

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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 has moved online.

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


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