New York, Feb. 22, 2011—The Columbia Law Review has announced its new administrative board for the 2010–2011 academic year.
The new Editor-in-Chief will be Maren Hulden '12 and Thomas Sprankling '12 has been named Executive Articles editor. Kevin Koller'12 will be the Executive Managing Editor.
The Columbia Law Review is one of the world's leading publications of legal scholarship. Founded in 1901, the Review is an independent nonprofit corporation that produces a law journal edited and published entirely by students at Columbia Law School. It is one of a handful of student-edited law journals in the nation that publish eight issues a year. The Review is the third most widely distributed and cited law review in the country. It receives about 1,500 submissions a year and selects approximately 20-25 manuscripts for publication annually.
In addition to writing a Note, staff members bear major responsibility for substantive and technical accuracy of the Review's eight issues. Third-year students are responsible for selecting material for the issues and editing content.
Other members of the new administrative board include:
Andrew Beaty Executive Essay & Review Editor
Joanna Wright Executive Notes Editor
Faiza Sayed Executive Sidebar Editor
Essay and Review Committee
Columbia Law School, founded in 1858, stands at the forefront of legal education and of the law in a global society. Columbia Law School combines traditional strengths in corporate law and financial regulation, international and comparative law, property, contracts, constitutional law, and administrative law with pioneering work in intellectual property, digital technology, tax law and policy, national security, human rights, sexuality and gender, and environmental law.