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Membership

Current Staff 2018 - 2019

Editor-in-Chief:

Matthew Hough

Managing Editor:

Shana L. Tomenes

Articles Editors:

Lee B. Bennin
Thomas Wheeler

Publications Editors:

Lindsay Doman
Alexandra Willi

Symposium Editor:

Bri Whiting

Notes & Comments Editor:

Matthew Frame

Submissions Editor:

Alexander M. Smith

Membership Editor:

Jessica Forstner

Faculty Advisor:

Professor Robert Delahunty
Senior Editors:

Patricia Dana
Alexa Grapentine
Stephen Grego
Kirsten Hash
Kaitlyn Hennessy
Samantha Hoefs
Anthony Kuptis
Mimi Levin
Justin Maehren
Meredith McKnight
Emily Palmer
Ben Podobinski
Michelle Pritchard
Samantha Tako
Lauren Yde

Associate Editors:

Kimberly Boche
Aaron M. Bostrom
Joseph E. Cavello
Priya Elayath
Stephany J. Elmer
Will Florek
Nathaniel M. Fouch
Zachary Freese
Zach Kraemer
James D. Krause
Laura Kvasnicka
Mark Sen Landauer
Alexander M. Landreville
Alexandra Liebl
Maureen Lodoen
Joshua Robert Matushin
Evan Thomas McCann
Erik Money
Ashley Nicole Olson
Ryan L. Paukert
Charles R. Rooney
Rachael Sterling
Nate Summers
Katherine Veenis
Nicole Zeman

 

Former Journal Staff Information

Each link below will display a PDF of the publication masthead for the year indicated.

2003-04 - Volume 1
2004-05 - Volume 2
2005-06 - Volume 3
2006-07 - Volume 4
2007-08 - Volume 5
2008-09 - Volume 6
2009-10 - Volume 7
2010-11 - Volume 8
2011-12 - Volume 9
2012-13 - Volume 10
2013-14 - Volume 11
2015-16 - Volume 12
2016-17 - Volume 13
2017-18 - Volume 14

Join the Journal

The Law Journal and Journal of Law and Public Policy team up each year to hold a "write-on" competiton through which both journals gain new members from the University of St. Thomas School of Law student body. The competition is held the week after 1L spring semester finals each year, and involves a 10-page closed memo assignment and an editing exercise. The Journal accepts approximately 24 new members from each 1L class, 12 of which may gain entry through a good faith effort on the competition combined with their class rank after 1L year, and 12 of which gain entry through competition score alone. Part-time students and transfer students may also be eligible to compete.

Outside of the write-on competition, students may gain entry to the Journal if their Note or Comment is accepted for publication. Visit the Submissions page for more information about submitting a student piece.

An informational lunch regarding the write-on is held before the end of second semester -- look for announcements at that time. Students are also encouraged to attend Journal symposia throughout the year. If you have any questions about Journal membership, contact Membership Editor Jessica Forstner at fors8238 @stthomas.edu.

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