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The first issue of the University of Baltimore Law Review was published in Winter 1971. Volume 1 Issue 1 contained three student notes, several book reviews, and an article by then-Attorney General Francis B. Burch, an incredible achievement even for eleven ambitious evening students.

The journal has come a long way since that time. Four decades after the publication of our first issue, with a staff of more than 70 students, the Law Review publishes three issues a year and uses an entirely digital production process. In addition, this student-run website offers an outlet for the timely publication of editorials, commentary, and legal scholarship for the Law Review staff and the local legal community as a whole. To access all previously published issues, please visit ScholarWorks.


Members of University of Baltimore Law Review, Volume 49

Executive Board
Editor-in-Chief: Elizabeth Strunk
Managing Editor: Bridget Mentzer
Assistant Managing Editor: Curtis Snyder
Production Editors: Shannon Hayden, Travis Jones, Sarah Livingston, Rebekah Nickerson
Executive Editor: Christina Araviakis
Articles Editor: Sumbul Alam
Comments Editor: Stacey Lounsbury
Business Editor: Liam Rhodes
Symposium Editor: Alana Glover
Publication Editor: Nick Jordan

Associate Board
Associate Managing Editors: Raquel Flynn, Joseph Stephan
Associate Comment Editors: Brenton Conrad, Ryan Fish, Joseph Rossi, Emily Schultheis

Staff Members
Adrian Aldrich, Yitzchak Besser, Stephanie Broznowicz, Emma Doris, Chase Eshelman, Catalina Habeych, Andrew Harvey, Elizabeth McKelvy, Jessica Rotondo, Paul Rowedder, Reginald Smallwood, Meredith Ashley, Taylor Bayat, Matthew Bendorf, Cassandra Brumback, Madison Buchness, Jordan Cook, Christian Coward, Jordan Culley, Victoria Devore, Yemisi Giwa-Otusajo, Ryan Hollen, Kelsey Lear, Jonathan Lucido, Taylor Kitzmiller, Jenna McGreevy, Kristin McManus, Micah Millsaps, Samson Nabozny, Evan Raigrodski, Aaron Sarro, Amanda Scanlon, Molly Shaffer, Lucas Van Deusen, Miranda Walker, Andrew Will

Faculty Adviser: Professor Audrey McFarlane

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