About the UC Irvine Law Review
The UC Irvine Law Review was founded in the spring of 2010, during the inaugural year of the UC Irvine School of Law. We aim to promote exceptional legal scholarship by featuring contributions from a spectrum of academic, practical, and student perspectives. The Law Review launched its inaugural volume during the 2010–2011 academic year.
Seeking to create leadership roles for all committed members of the Law Review, while recognizing that we were new to the editing process, we set out to create a system where nearly every member would oversee an article in a volume. We settled on an unconventional and egalitarian structure, creating small editing teams with leadership duties rotating within the team for each article in a volume. The membership also elected a governing board to oversee the editing process.
Current Executive Board
Jin Chong, Michael Deshong, Robert Liu, Erna Mamikonyan, and Peter Waneis
Volume 3 Executive Board (2012–2013)
John Bridge, Jeanne Detch, Michael Klinger, Jin Soo Lee, and Jaclyn Stahl
Volume 2 Executive Board (2011–2012)
Acrivi Coromelas, Alisa Hartz, Katie Harrison, Jessica Glynn, and Eric Zhou
Volume 1 Board (2011)
Acrivi Coromelas, Lauren Davis, Alisa Hartz, Colin McGrath, and Jeffrey Wachs
Inaugural Board (2010)
Sarah Bennington, Jessica Glynn, Colin McGrath, Emmanuelle Soichet, Jeffrey Wachs, and Christina Zabat-Fran
The UC Irvine Law Review was featured in the Daily Journal. Click here to read how the Executive Board is setting the pace for the future.