The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society has named University of Wisconsin Law School student Patrick Courteau as editor-in-chief for 2019-20. He replaces outgoing editor-in-chief Sam Bach. 

The Journal, one of the earliest in the nation devoted to the study of women and the law, encourages articles that examine the intersection of law and gender with issues of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and sexual orientation. This year's symposium "Race-ing Justice, En-Gengering Power: Black Lives Matter, #MeToo, and the Role of Intersectional Legal Analysis in the Twenty-First Century," explored the intersectionality of gender and race issues in the 21st century. 

These students will join Courteau on the WJLGS senior editorial board for 2019-20:

  • Hannah Chelimsky: Senior Note and Comment Editor
  • Hannah Albrecht: Senior Managing Articles Editor
  • John Crawford: Senior Managing Articles Editor
  • McKenna Quinter: Senior Submissions Editor
  • Alyssa Schaefer: Symposium Editor
  • Xiaofan Zhang: Business Editor


Submitted by Sam Bach on May 9, 2019

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