Janel Bergsbaken, a second-year student at University of Wisconsin Law School, has been named the Wisconsin Law Review's editor-in-chief for 2014–15. She replaces outgoing editor-in-chief Melissa Lee.
The student-run journal, published six times a year, includes articles by students and professionals on local, state, national and international topics.
In addition to its print and online versions, the Wisconsin Law Review sponsors an annual symposium. Last October’s symposium examined a systems-oriented approach to the issues of safe and sustainable food production, with its program “Safety and Sustainability in the Era of Food Systems: Reaching a More Integrated Approach.”
Senior board members for 2014–15 include:
- Grant Turpin, senior note & comment editor
- Steve Curry, senior articles editor
- Tyler Claringbole, Michael J. King & Joyce Williams, senior managing editors
- Dana Brudvig, senior online editor
- Meghana Joshi, business editor
- Heather Jansen and Anna Zielinski, symposium editors
- Adrian Orlando Perez (chair), Andrew J. Amari, Ashley R. Bailey & Meghana Joshi, diversity committee
Submitted by Law School News on April 24, 2014
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