Georgia Law’s 40-plus-year-old international law review taps board

gjiclDelighted to announce the new managing board of the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, a student-edited review established in 1971 with the support of our Center’s namesake, then-professor Dean Rusk.

Published 3 times a year, GJICL features editions stemming from symposia –  like the recent one on children and international criminal justice – as well as single articles by international law professors, practitioners, and students.

Here’s the just-named leadership for the 2016-17 academic year:

Executive Board

Editor-in-Chief: Gregory W. Donaldson
Executive Managing Editor: Micah David Smith
Senior Managing Editor: Carson E. Masters
Executive Articles Editor: Andrew Zachery Ryan Smith
Senior Articles Editor: Jennifer Joyce Cross
Executive Notes Editor: Caitlin V. Hill
Senior Notes Editor: Brooke E. Hrouda
Executive Editors: Katherine L. Ekstrand and Louis Joe Potente
Executive Conference Editor: Jason T. Vuchinich

Managing Board

Articles Editors
Harold J. Bacon III, Kadan B. Canfield, Janis Katina Dabbs, Bradley Daniel Dumbacher, Faith A. Khalik, Alec Lawrence Manzer, Blake A. McLemore, Charmaine Amy Mech, Chloe L. Owens, and Olivia M. Scofield

Notes Editors
Robin Danielle Burnette, Mark D. Christopher, Kassidy Lenora Dean, Hayes Michael Dever Jr., Fabian J. Goffe, Gregory D. Mark, Edward Graham Newsome, and Calvin A. Webb

Submissions Editors
Reed Lofton Bennett, Thomas A. Giannotti, Morgan Melodie Johnson, Lee A. Mangum, Adam C. Smith, Christopher D. Stokes, and David R. Waldrep

Conference Editors
Elliot C. Kim and Brittany Marie Partridge

Congratulations to all!

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