2010-2011 Wayne Law Review Editorial Board announced
DETROIT (Feb. 22, 2010) – Wayne State University Law School congratulates 18 students recently elected to the 2010-2011 Wayne Law Review Editorial Board.
Twenty-one of the Review’s 30 second-year assistant editors applied for 18 editorial board positions. Students elected to the 2010-2011 Editorial Board include: Editor-in-Chief Louis Meizlish; Executive Articles Editor Elizabeth M. Kruman; Executive Note & Comment Editor Alexandra I. Papasifakis; Managing Editor Robert L. Avers; Production Editor Mary J. Weindorf; Survey Editor Melina Lito; Senior Note & Comment Editors Michael R. Kon, Andrew Mast, Erica A. Moise, Erika A. Monfette and Richard A. Treusch; and Senior Articles Editors Drew A. Carnwath, Roquia K. Draper, Jason A. Kanter, Richard L. Merpi II, Robert Z. Rogosich, Jacob A. Stamell and Zachary R. Tucker.
“My congratulations to the new members of the Editorial Board,” said Wayne Law Dean and Professor Robert M. Ackerman. “The outgoing Board has performed marvelously, and I am confident that the new Board will be equal to the task. I look forward to working with them.”
The incoming Editorial Board will officially begin their tenure on the first Monday following Commencement in May.
The Wayne Law Review is one of Wayne Law’s two student-published scholarly journals. The Review is published four times each year and contains articles, book reviews, transcripts, notes and comments by prominent academics, practitioners and students on timely legal topics. Issues include articles of general academic and professional interest authored by law professors and practicing attorneys, as well as comments written by the Review’s student members. One issue each year highlights a topic of interest discussed at the Review’s annual symposium. Another issue features an annual survey of developments in Michigan law and is widely read by members of the Michigan legal community.
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