A Letter from the Incoming EIC

Hello CK Law Review Community,

My name is Brian Langs, and I will be replacing David Freedman as the Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago-Kent Law Review for the upcoming 2010-2011 academic year.  First off, I want to thank this year’s current executive board, the entire law review staff, and especially David for doing a phenomenal job with Volume 85.  Also, special thanks to Mike Borella for taking the time to create our vastly improved CK Law Review website this past year. 

From what I hear, we will be publishing 85:2 and 85:3 very soon, congratulations on a job well done!  I wish the best of luck to all of our departing 3L and 4L members, wherever post-law school life may take you.   

As for the upcoming academic year, we are already getting the ball rolling.  I am excited to announce that Volume 86:1 – Symposium on Energy Law is in the works.  Professor Fred Bosselman, of our own Chicago-Kent College of Law, will be the Symposium Editor.  We are extremely lucky to have someone so established and recognized in the field on board.     

For all the CK Law Review alumni out there, we have a goal to put together a CK Law Review Alumni Directory this year.  Hopefully, it is something that will be able to be accessed on our brand new website.  If any alumni are interested in joining the directory or participating in CK Law Review networking/social events, please send an email to: cklrexecs@gmail.com.

For those CK law students interested in participating in the Summer Candidacy Program this summer, stay tuned.  We should be posting more information on that in the next month or so.

Finally, I would invite anyone interested in supporting the CK Law Review to join or “like” our CK Law Review Facebook page and follow the CK Law Review on Twitter and on our RSS feed. 

Again, a huge thanks to David and the entire 2009-2010 CK Law Review Staff.  What a success!  I hope everyone is as excited as I am to pick up where they left off.


Brian Langs