The George Mason Law Review is a traditional student-edited law review. Academics, politicians, practicing attorneys and business leaders from across the country submit manuscripts for publication. The Board of Editors selects the submissions that will contribute the most to the academic literature or debate on a given issue. The board then works with the authors to edit and publish the articles. The George Mason Law Review provides students with the opportunity to develop excellent research, writing and editing skills. Students completing their first year of law school are eligible for membership by either superior academic performance or through the write-on competition.
Editor-in-Chief: Amy Josselyn
Executive Editor: Tommy Cumberland
Managing Editor: Christine Kennedy