The George Washington Law Review is an entirely student-run publication that relies upon the collaboration of its highly talented Editorial Board and the work of its Associates and Members to produce valuable contributions to legal discourse. Each incoming Editorial Board relies upon the guidance and mentorship of the outgoing board to quickly acquire the ability to manage a project of this scale. Of course, the Law Review would not be able to accomplish anything without the persistent support of Law Review Office Manager, Carolyn Jacobs Harris.
AMY R. PEARLMAN
The Editor-in-Chief (EIC) has ultimate responsibility for all of the Law Review’s operations and activities and is the primary source of short- and long-term planning. The EIC acts as the Law Review’s liaison with the Law School’s administration and student body.
The Senior Articles Editor (SAE) is generally responsible for soliciting Articles and overseeing the review of unsolicited manuscripts to decide which are worthy of publication in the Law Review. The SAE is the primary point of contact with authors, potential authors, and Law School faculty. The SAE also supervises the articles-editing process.
LINDSAY E. KLEIN
The Senior Managing Editor (SME) is primarily responsible for ensuring that the Law Review is published on time. The SME controls the flow, direction, and timing of production work and has responsibility for the final form of the publication.
The Senior Projects Editor (SProjE) has primary responsibility for overseeing the publication of the Symposium Issue(s) and the Annual Review of Administrative Law Issue. The SProjE is responsible for selecting a symposium topic, soliciting articles from scholars in the relevant field, and organizing a conference at the Law School to discuss the topic.
DANIEL A. FIEDLER
The Senior Production Editor (SProdE) is primarily responsible to ensure that the entire production process runs smoothly and efficiently. The SProdE controls the flow, direction, and timing of production work.
The Senior Executive Editor (SEE) is the senior editorial board member in charge of online content. In addition to collaborating with the EIC and SAE on selecting content for the online publications, the SEE, in combination with the EIC, performs final proof edits of all online content. The SEE is also responsible for organizing and coordinating the editing assignments for the Managing Editors and Executive Editors, and working with the SAE in scheduling assignments for Articles Editors.
The Senior Notes Editor (SNE) oversees the notewriting process by which all Members produce a Note of publishable quality. The SNE also manages the selection of Notes for publication in the Law Review. In addition, the SNE is responsible for composing the Law Review journal writing competition for first-year and transfer students.
The Senior Online is responsible for developing and managing the Law Review‘s online resources, including the online publication Arguendo and the Supreme Court blog, On the Docket. The SOE’s primary long-term projects are to lead the Law Review’s efforts to develop Arguendo and On the Docket as valuable online resources for students, scholars, and practitioners. The SOE’s primary short-term projects include management of the Law Review’s social media presence and official website.
DARIA A. KASPAREK
The Production Editor’s primary responsibility is to help the SProdE ensure that the production process runs smoothly and efficiently.
EMILY A. FARMER
THOMAS C. GALLAGHER, JR.
The Managing Editors are the principal assistants in preparing each issue for publication. Managing Editors may be responsible for performing substance checks throughout the editing process, as well as editing page proofs and book proofs before final publication.
The Online Editors are the principal assistants in maintaining the online components of the Law Review. Online Editors assist the SOE in reviewing unsolicited manuscripts to select articles for publication in Arguendo, and also are responsible for substantive edits on all pieces published therein. Online Editors also assist the SOE in soliciting and editing response pieces for On the Docket, as well as maintaining the social media presence of the Law Review.
PATRICK DANIEL LYNCH
LAURA C. MULHERIN
The Notes and Projects Editors split their time between working with the SNE and the SProjE. Two of the Notes and Projects Editors assist the SProjE in planning the Law Review‘s symposium each year. One Notes and Projects Editor works on alumni relations for the Law Review.
THEODORE E. ALEXANDER
JULIA C. DUKE
Articles Editors assist the SAE in reviewing unsolicited manuscripts to select articles for publication. Articles Editors are responsible for substantive edits on all pieces published in the Law Review.
Executive Editors are responsible for the technical edit of all articles, notes, and essays. The technical edit involves scrutinizing the article’s text and footnotes for compliance with the Bluebook and ensuring that each piece is internally consistent, especially among citations and textual references.
DANIEL S. BROOKINS
JOHN PAUL CAVANAGH
Notes Editors, in cooperation with the Senior Notes Editor, help the notewriter develop his or her topic. Notes Editors work with a Journal Adjunct to guide the writer through the writing process towards submitting a publishable Note.
CAROLYN JACOBS HARRIS
The Office Manager facilitates the Law Review‘s in all respects, especially the financial and business transactions. The continuous presence of our Office Manager from Volume to Volume allows succeeding Editorial Boards to take the helm without sinking the ship.