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Mercer Law Review: About

Volume 72 (2020-2021)


  BOARD OF EDITORS  
 

Lauren N. James
Editor in Chief

Caroline Walker
Senior Managing Editor

 

Madison P. Gann
Managing Editor

 

Breanna C. Vega
Managing Editor

  Sarah C. Maley
Georgia Survey Editor
 
Breyana I. Fleming
Lead Articles Editor
 

Christopher Wood
Articles Editor

 

Jameson M. Fisher
Eleventh Circuit Survey Editor

 
Sandy Davis
Student Writing Editor
  Andrew G. Wharton
Administrative Editor

 


MEMBERS


 

Jordan Brown

Sean Callihan

Doug Comin

Tate Crymes

Michael Downing

Sarah J. Foster

Alejandro Guarin

Elliza Guta

Laney Ivey

Anna Kersey

Davis D. Lackey

Emory L. Larkin

 

Mary Elizabeth Loftus

Ashley Mallon

Sedaries Mathis

Niki M. Morrison

Hailey Morton

Dana Nagel

Rachel Ness-Maddox

Meghan Pittman

Jordan L. Popkin

R. Stephen Poydasheff III

Wes Rahn

Benjamin Roth

Carey F. Sartain

Forrest F. Schrum IV

Elizabeth C. Selph

Shreya Shah

Joshua Slovin

Ja'Lon R. Smith

Sara Snowden

Antonio D. Solomon

Olivia Spradley

Ben Tuten

Wesley Watts

D. Garrett White

Jacob Wilson

 

     

Mark Jones
Karen Sneddon
Faculty Advisors

  Julie Register
Administrative Assistant

Upcoming Events

  • October 16, 2020: 21st Annual Georgia Symposium on Professionalism and Ethics
    • The event will be held as a zoom webinar from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.

 

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.

Previous Editions

Print volumes are available individually ($15.00 per issue), or by subscription ($40.00 annually to receive all four books).

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

  • Emaillawreview@law.mercer.edu
  • Phone: (478) 301-2613
  • Address: Publishing Coordinator, Mercer Law Review, Mercer University School of Law, Macon, GA 31207

 

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