Pepperdine recently announced the 2011-2012 student editorial board for the Pepperdine Law Review, one of the school’s four scholarly journals. In each issue, students write comments and notes on legal developments and significant cases, as well as edit the lead articles and book reviews written by professors, lawyers, judges, legislators, and other scholars.
The Editor-in-Chief of the Pepperdine Law Review, volume 39, will be Nicole Rodger. “The board members have a wide variety of responsibilities, but in the end each plays an essential part in a challenging but crucially important endeavor, which strives to enhance and support the academic reputation of the School of Law and Pepperdine University at large,” explains Rodger.
Volume 38 of the Law Review was published in February under Editor-in-Chief Blake McKay Edwards. The issue includes articles by scholars such as Michael D. Green, Ellen S. Pryor, and the Honorable Allen Linden, writing on the topic of United States tort law.
Rodger looks forward to working with the thirteen other members of the board and with faculty advisor Trey Childress. Other members of the board include: Cliff Riley, managing editor; Alyssa Ayotte, symposium editor; John Ceglia, business and production editor; Geelan Fahimy, Andrew Quist, and Alex Papalia, lead article editors; Brittney Lane, Kyle Malone, and Kris Wood, note and comment editors; and Kendra Lounsberry, Rick Loesing, Peter Kang, and Alyssa Chrystal, literary citation editors.
The 2011-2012 Editor-in-Chief of Pepperdine's Dispute Resolution Journal will be Bradley Mancuso. Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary will be Katherine Bowles. Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship and the Law will be Jeremiah Lee.