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The Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal (DRLJ) is one of Pepperdine Caruso School of Law’s specialized law journals, associated with the top-ranked and internationally recognized Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. DRLJ collects, edits, and publishes cutting-edge legal research on matters of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Whether domestic or international, practical or theoretical, involving negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or other vehicles of ADR, in a world with no shortage of conflict, there is a corresponding bounty of scholarship to be done on the subject.
DRLJ invites submissions of articles, case comments, legislative comments, and book reviews that promote meaningful discourse on contemporary legal issues surrounding ADR from legal scholars, practitioners, academics, and students.
How to Submit to DRLJ:
1. Submit on Scholastica
2. Submit on Pepperdine Digital Commons
3. Emailing us directly at email@example.com
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Reeve Lanigan, Editor in Chief, DRLJ Vol. XXIV
Volume XXIV | 2023–2024 Editorial Board
- Reeve Lanigan
- Caroline Garcia
Executive and Literary Citation Editors
- Melissa Clark
- Christian Griego
- Aeva Lanphere
- Taylor Mathis
- Grace Whitten
- Doyeon Kim
Lead Articles Editors
- Celia Katz Shan
- Shirley Huang
Student Articles Editors
- Anna Caroline Brown
- Ellie Martinez
Business and Technology Editor
- Michael Georgino
- Assistant Dean and Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh
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