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March 3, 2014

Oregon Law Review Elects Volume 93 Managing Board

Oregon Law Review is proud to announce the Managing Board for Volume 93 of the Oregon Law Review. Congratulations to the new Managing Board!

2014-15 Oregon Law Review Managing Board

EDITOR IN CHIEF
Beth Ford

OPERATIONS EDITOR
Alec Hankins

ARTICLES EDITORS
Max Forer
Lauren Russell
Elayna Zammarelli

EXECUTIVE EDITORS
Sarah Abfalter
Lauren Boyd
Matthew Gurnick

MANAGING EDITORS
Ashley Carter
Trevor Gates
Chris Jirges
Patricia Rincon

NOTES & COMMENTS EDITOR
David Mintz

SOURCES EDITORS
Erin Burris
Ryan Hall

ONLINE CONTENT EDITOR
Kira Gerrits


February 19, 2012

Oregon Law Review Announces 2012-2013 Symposium: A Step Forward: Creating a Just Drug Policy for the United States

Oregon Law Review is pleased to announce its Volume 91 symposium, A Step Forward: Creating a Just Drug Policy for the United States. This year’s symposium will address current issues relating to the drug policies of the United States. With the recent marijuana legalization initiatives in Washington and Colorado, drug criminalization in the United States is a pressing legal issue in which areas of constitutional law, criminal law, economics, and public policy intersect.

Please visit our Symposia page for more information about the symposium speakers, the symposium issue, registration for the symposium, and CLE credits.

Click Here to register today!


November 2nd, 2011

New OLR Website Launches

Welcome to Oregon Law Review’s website! We are thrilled to launch this new site, which currently includes downloadable copies of our most recent issue, up-to-the-minute information about our spring symposium, and all the basics about how to submit your manuscript to Oregon Law Review’s editorial board.

In the coming months, we will be adding even more content to this new site. Our 2011-2012 Scholarship Series, which will begin with Issue 3, will feature various articles addressing “ADR for the Masses”—or issues of appropriate dispute resolution in the context of mass torts, mass settlements, and mass actions, including class actions. In January, we will launch the online counterpart to Oregon Law Review’s printed publication, which will include a feature that will allow scholars to read and submit comments and responses to our published articles. Finally, our Symposia page will be updated frequently with information about our upcoming symposium, “Miller’s Courts: Media, Rules, Policy, and the Future of Access to Justice.”

We hope you’ll take some time to browse our publication.

Warmest regards,

Nadia Dahab
Editor in Chief, Volume 90, Oregon Law Review