Elon Law Review announces Volume 16 editorial board

Fifteen of Elon University School of Law's top students in the Class of 2023 will guide publication next year of the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal.

From left: Campbell Kargo, Katie McFatter, Cassandra Saxton, Alex Long, Timberly Southerland, Craig Almond, Hannah Mullen-Fox, Anthony Bland, Jennifer Martinez, Todd Bowyer, Zach Robeson, Megan Fallon, Isabella Lawrence, and Nicolette Eddy. Not pictured: KimberMarie Faircloth. All are members of Elon Law’s Class of 2023.

Elon University School of Law Professor Eric Fink has announced the editorial board for Volume 16 of the Elon Law Review, the law school’s oldest scholarly journal.

In addition to editing the journal, editorial board members earn academic credit by helping to plan and manage the Elon Law Review’s annual symposium.

The recently elected editorial board from the Class of 2023:

  • Editor in Chief: Jennifer A. Martinez
  • Managing Editor: Hannah Mullen-Fox
  • Business Editor: Anthony Bland
  • Articles Editors: Craig Almond, Isabella T. Lawrence & Katie McFatter
  • Chief Symposium Editor: KimberMarie J. Faircloth
  • Symposium Editors: Campbell Kargo & Cassandra E. Saxton
  • Notes & Comments Editors: Todd Bowyer & Zach Robeson
  • Membership Editor: Alexander Long
  • Online Editor: Nicolette Eddy
  • Staff Editors: Timberly E. Southerland & Megan Fallon

​The Elon Law Review was founded in 2008. Its leaders can be reached at lawreview@elon.edu.