8/29/13: Charleston Law Review inducts new members
Release Date: 8/29/2013
The Charleston Law Review, now in its eighth volume, was proud to welcome its newest staff members in an induction ceremony at the Charleston County Historic Courthouse on Friday, Aug. 23, 2013. Joining in the recognition of this special achievement, esteemed guests included the Honorable Robert S. Carr and Edward J. Westbrook, two of the founders of the Charleston School of Law, as well as Deans Andy Abrams and Mark Hoch, and numerous faculty and staff. Editor in Chief, Leigh Ellen Gray, encouraged inductees to take up the mantle of leadership and service as they begin their work as law review members and take their place as student leaders committed to academic excellence. For a list of new members, please click here.
The Charleston Law Review is a general interest law review and publishes four times a year—two general fall issues, a spring symposium issue, and a spring student works edition. Its primary objective is to foster the knowledge and insight of scholars, practitioners, members of the judiciary, and students through a traditional forum dedicated to innovative legal expression, composition, and scholarship. Charleston Law Review members contribute to this objective by editing articles, writing notes, and actively participating in all aspects of the publication process. This participation enables members to develop invaluable analytical skills and receive extensive writing and editing experience. For more information on the Charleston Law Review, please visit www.charlestonlawreview.org.