Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

About This Journal


About Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

Education laws and policy consistently occupy a position of prominence in public and professional debate, local and national legislatures, and the judicial system. Since 1992, the Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal (ELJ) has striven to provide important information and generate scholarly discussion concerning important educational issues. Published biannually, each ELJ edition highlights legal and policy issues currently affecting elementary, secondary, and higher education.

Specifically, the ELJ serves as a forum in which top legal scholars, practioners, administrators, educators, and students from accross the country share diverse and thought-provoking viewpoints. This innovative student-run journal focuses exclusively on the field of education law and plays a prominent role in educational scholarship.

Thank you for your interest in the ELJ.

National Advisory Board of Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

Charles Russo, J.D., Ed.D. University of Dayton

Preston C. Green III, J.D., Ed.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Richard Fossey, J.D., Ed.D. University of Houston Phillip T.K. Daniel, J.D., Ed.D. Ohio State University

Fred Hartmeister, J.D., Ed.D. Texas Tech University

Frank Brown, Ph.D. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Jay Heubert, J.D., Ed.D. Teachers College, Columbia

Doug Stewart, Ph.D. Queensland University of Technology; Editor of Australia & New Zealand Journal of Law & Education

Ralph Mawdsley, J.D., Ph.D. Cleveland State University

Julie Mead, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison

Julie Underwood, J.D., Ph.D. Associate Executive Director & General Counsel, National School Boards Association

Martha McCarthy, Ph.D. Indian University, Bloomington

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