What do Law Review staff members do?
Law Review staff members are responsible for editing the articles and comments published by the Law Review, which includes source collecting, cite-checking, and Bluebooking. In addition to these requirements, every Law Review staff member completes either a case note or a comment that is then considered for publication in the Law Review.
What other positions are available on the Law Review?
After their first year on the Law Review, staff members are eligible for election to editorial positions. These positions include Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor, Executive Notes and Comments Editor, Executive Articles Editors, Notes and Comments Editors, and Website Editor. Staff members may also choose to be a Senior Associate. Each position entails significant responsibility for the publication and overall quality of the Law Review.