Law Review

The University of Dayton Law Review, founded in 1974, is a scholarly journal published three times annually by second and third-year law students at the University of Dayton School of Law. The Law Review publishes articles by students, judges, practitioners and academics in important areas of law. The Law Review seeks to contribute to the legal community by publishing articles that highlight current legal issues and changes in the law. The Law Review also provides students with the opportunity to develop their research, writing, and analytical skills through the scholarly treatment of current legal issues. The Dayton Law Review serves as representation of the University of Dayton School of Law to the community at large and as a forum for scholarly debate and discussion within the legal community.

Editorial Board for 2012–2013

Editor-in-Chief: Mick Leddy
Managing Editor: Matthew Walker
Executive Publication Editor: Laura Kloimwieder
Business Editor: Curtis Moore
Research Editor/Outside Articles Editor: Nick Edwards
Publication Editors: Phil Donovan, Patrick Lynch and Lanita Williamson
Comment Editors: Kyle Bradley, Jenna Curcio, Blake Eilers, Steve Kilburn, Stephanie Strickler and Dianne Weiskittle
Staff Writers: Sean Abbott and Sutton Smith

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