The University of Baltimore School of Law's flagship journal, the University of Baltimore Law Review, provides an in-depth analysis of timely legal topics of interest to the legal community nationwide.
As an academic forum for legal scholarship, the journal is a valuable research tool for legal practitioners. The Law Review also operates as a training ground for its members and provides them with the opportunity to hone their writing, research, editing and time-management skills—skills that are prized in the job market. Under the direction of a student-run editorial board, the Law Review is published three times a year. Articles include works by professors, practitioners, judges and students, and inquiries regarding submission are always
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Law Review Executive Board, Volume :
Editor in Chief: Kelly Goebel
Managing Editor: Megan Micco
Production Editors: Sam Draper, Tom Miller,
Ashley Triplett, Jillian Smith
Executive Editor: Greg Waterworth
Articles Editor: Jacey Smith
Comments Editor: Josh Gorsky
Business Editor: Morgan Dilks
Symposium Editor: Erin Benson
Publications Editor: Jessica Duvall
Law Review Associate Board, Volume 47
Associate Managing Editors: Theresa Lippy,
Associate Comment Editors: Beatrice Campbell, Marleigh Davis, Janet Franklin, Mark Pincelli
Faculty Adviser: Venable Professor of Law Robert Lande.