Journal of Animal and Environmental Law names Volume 11 editorial board

Journal of Animal and Environmental Law logoThe University of Louisville School of Law's Journal of Animal and Environmental Law has named its editorial board for Volume 11 (2019-2020):

Editor-in-Chief: Caitlin Kidd
Executive Editor: Ethan Johnson
Associate Editor: Chad Eisenback
Development Editor: Nickole Durbin
Senior Articles Editor: Danielle Yancey
Articles Editor: Makenzie Ackermann
Senior Notes Editor: Katie Meador
Notes Editor: Nicola Pharai

The Journal of Animal and Environmental Law is a student-run, peer-reviewed legal academic journal. JAEL was founded in 2009 by a group of students and faculty who sought to increase awareness about the legal issues facing the fields of animal and environmental law. Since that time, JAEL has sought to become the Ohio River Valley's premier source of legal scholarship for all matters pertaining to animal and environmental law. Today, JAEL is the first and only legal journal at the University of Louisville to publish all editions in an exclusively electronic format. Its readership spans all 50 states and nearly 10 countries. 

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