Arizona Summit Law Review represents the highest level of student scholarship. The student-run journal typically produces four printed editions a year: two in the fall and two in the spring. It provides students with an opportunity to engage in advanced research, publish their own work, select and edit articles written by law professors and practitioners, and participate in broader academic and policy conversations about cutting-edge legal issues. Arizona Summit Law Review also publishes articles on Accord, an online journal that features a rolling publication cycle. The skills that are developed during an editor’s time on the journal are immediately transferrable to the educational and professional setting.
Participation on Arizona Summit Law Review is for credit. Each staff editor will receive three credits at the end of the second term of work on Law Review. Law Review typically accepts applications at the end of the fall, spring and summer terms. Participation in Law Review generally takes place during the fall and spring term. Requests for additional information, including specific application times, can be directed to the Editor-in-Chief, Matthew Meehan, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The faculty advisor for Arizona Summit Law Review is Judge Michael Jones, a retired Maricopa Superior Court judge.
Volume IX: Editorial Board
Editor-in-Chief – Matthew Meehan
Executive Managing Editor, Accord – Dane Figueroa
Executive Managing Editor – Johnathan Hanes
Executive Managing Editor – William Cawthon
Executive Editor, Student Scholarship – MeLanie Fahrbach-Staats
Executive Articles Editor – Clarissa Sobrino
Executive Technical Editor – Juliann DuBerry
Faculty Advisor — Honorable (Ret.) Michael Jones
Accord, is the internet-based companion of Arizona Summit Law Review, Summit's flagship publication. Arizona Summit Law Review strives to be the most up-to-date source on legal discussion in Arizona. To achieve this goal, the journal publishes articles on a rolling basis. Recently, Accord added articles by Paul Friedman, an Arizona attorney and nationally recognized expert in professional ethics, and Arizona Summit Law School alumnus David Enevoldsen, among others. Continue to check in at Arizona Summit Law Review for more articles.
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