The Faulkner Law Review publishes a varied body of legal scholarship with the purpose of advancing legal discussion of timely theoretical and practical legal issues among the professional and academic communities.
The Faulkner Law Review strives to develop the legal writing skills of its members, improve their ability to engage in high level legal analysis, and assist in the fulfillment of the Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law’s overall mission to produce lawyers with the highest professional and ethical standards.
The Faulkner Law Review endeavors to advance the Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law’s visibility and reputation in the Southeast and in the greater legal community through the production of a quality scholarly publication.
|Holly WalterscheidExecutive Editor|
|Cameron Ball||Megan Williams|
|Jordan Dalton||Mitch Williams|
|Weston Bell||Jonathon Hull|
|Talmadge Butts||Courtney Lovelace|
|Brandon Crompton||Hayden Sizemore|
|Phillip Fikes||Tara Trull|
|Halylie Gutierrez||Roselyn Zaiter|
|ADAM J. MACLEODFaculty Advisor|
Faulkner Law Review invites proposals for its Symposium Issue, Volume 10, Issue 1, which will be published in Fall 2018. The mission of Faulkner Law Review is to publish a varied body of legal scholarship with the purpose of advancing legal discussion of timely and practical legal issues impacting the Anglo-American legal tradition.
The theme of the upcoming volume will be “The Role of the Legislature in the Anglo-American Legal Tradition.” Authors accepted for publication will be invited to present their articles at our annual Law Review Symposium, which will be held in late September or early October in Montgomery, Alabama.
Individuals interested in submitting an article are asked to provide a 100 to 200-word abstract explaining their proposed topic. Please direct any inquiries to the Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to submit proposals is June 1, 2018, and may be sent via email directly to the Editor-in-Chief or submitted through Scholastica. Find more details by clicking the link below.