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From left: Christopher Blau, Natalie Kuffel, Josh Hunsucker, Danielle Lenth, Katherine Pankow, Myles Taylor and Annakarina De La Torre Fennell.

McGeorge Law Review Symposium Issue Starts Volume 45

January 28, 2014

Tags: Student Life, 2014, News

The McGeorge Law Review board of editors, led by Editor-in-Chief, Danielle Lenth, has published the first issue of Volume 45, "Symposium: The State and Future of Legal Education."

The first issue combines the scholarship of the top legal minds who participated in the April 5, 2013 symposium. The event brought together academic leaders to discuss what law schools must do to provide real value to students who face an uncertain future in a changing legal market and economy. Natalie Kuffel, Chief Symposium Editor, led the work effort with the authors on their articles.

"It has been an honor to meet and work with all of the exceptional authors who contributed to this issue," said Kuffel in the editor's note. "On behalf of the McGeorge Law Review, I wish to express my deepest gratitude to these authors for their contribution to this issue and their patience and diligence during the editing process."

Josh Hunsucker, Chief Legislation Editor; Katherine Pankow, Chief Managing Editor; Christopher Blau, Chief Comment Editor; Myles Taylor, Chief Articles Editor; and Annakarina De La Torre Fennell, Chief Technical Editor, round out the Board of Editors.

The primary editors that assisted with Issue 1 are Michelle Chester, Rebecca Diel, Amanda Iler, Shane Quigley, Matthew Read, Michelle Thomas, Hayley Thomas and David Vidal.

This year's McGeorge Law Review Symposium "Growing, Growing, Gone: Innovative Ideas in Resource Management for a Growing Population" will take place on April 11, 2014 on the Pacific McGeorge campus.