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BYU Law Review

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Published in six issues annually, the BYU Law Review is the preeminent legal publication of the J. Reuben Clark Law School. The BYU Law Review is edited and published by BYU Law students.

BYU Law Review
Editorial Board

2021-2022

Editor-in-Chief
Emma Wilcox
Managing Editor of Administration
Haley Holloway
Executive Editors
Caroline (Cory) Fisher
Christopher F. Melling
Glen K Thurston
Lauren Malner
Maci Hiatt
Managing Editor of Publication
Preston Lloyd
Managing Editor of Technology
Jonathan A. Mena
Symposium Editor
Brock M. Mason
Lead Articles Editors
Ashlee M. Burton
Clayton Hadlock
Jack Darrington
Madisyn Klein
Mika Hillery
Lead Note & Comment Editors
Leah Blake
Miranda Hatch
Spencer Crawford
Senior Editors
Abigail W. Brown
Cate Grantham
Hayden Earl
Kade Allred
Kenneth G. Strain III
Kimberly F. Medina
Kyle Tanner
Associate Editors
Aaron Anderson
Abigail Killinger
Abigail Stone
Adam Reed Moore
Alex Dolphin
Corey Hunter
D. Taylor Petersen
Dallin Miller
Dan Ankenman
Danny Nelson
Dillan G. Passmore
Emily Cluff
Ethan Sulik
Garrett Hostetter
Jamie A. Bjazevich
Jefferson Jarvis
Jennifer Kimball
Joe Evans
John Lee
Jonathan Garcia
Jordan Koopmans
Mackenzie Knapp
Matthew S. Johnson
Melanie Corbett
Natalie White
Nathan Phair
Paige Dallimore
Stephen Loertscher
Sydney Jensen
Tanner S. Lyon
Travis Corbin
Wyatt Allred