By Stephanie Strong
ORLANDO, Fla. – The Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law has announced its 2020/021 Law Review Editorial Board.
“It is an honor to be the editor-in-chief of Law Review,” said Mikayla Almeida. “I am humbled and excited to work with such talented individuals and lead our efforts to publish quality content.”
Law Review is a student-run organization at the FAMU College of Law. The purpose of this organization is to produce and publish a journal of legal scholarship that can be used by practitioners, judges, professors and students. The Law Review publishes two journals a year, one in the fall semester and another in the spring.
“The Law Review allows our student editors to advance their legal research, writing and editing skills,” said Faculty Adviser Joseph Grant. “The editors work very hard to produce a quality journal each semester.”
The following students make up the 2020/021 Law Review Editorial Board:
Mikayla Almeida, editor-in-chief, 3L, Melbourne, Florida
Jakob Uzzle, executive editor, 3L, Daytona Beach, Florida
Asia Evans, executive articles editor, 3L, Syracuse, New York
Elliot Jackson, notes & comments editor, 3L, Charlotte, North Carolina
Angelica Prince, business managing editor, 3L, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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