About the Members of the Rutgers Law Journal
The Rutgers Law Journal is the plenary law journal for the Rutgers University School of Law – Camden. The work necessary to publish The Rutgers Law Journal is shared by all members the Journal. The Board of Editors, headed by the Editor-in-Chief, determines Journal policy and oversees the article selection and publication processes. Third-year law student Editors provide the Board invaluable assistance with the publication process. The second-year students of the Journal comprise the Staff and are responsible for editing and cite-checking the articles. Additionally, each Staff member must compose an original piece of legal scholarship, either in the form of a Note or a State Constitutional Law Comment.