While the Journal does not have an official connection with the LL.M. Program, a number of the Journal staff have become LL.M. candidates after graduating from law school. In fact, three of the Editors-in-Chief have gone on to complete their LL.M. degree and are now among our distinguished alumni. This year's Editor-in-Chief, Kaelin Bowling was just admitted to the Program and will begin his LL.M. studies next Fall. Many LL.M. candidates and alumni have had their articles accepted for Journal publication. And, last year the LL.M. Program co-sponsored a symposium, The Past, Present, and Future of Food Law. And, Professor Schneider, Director of the LL.M. Program is privileged to serve as an advisor to the Journal.
Last week, we participated in the end of the year banquet for the Journal. It was a lovely dinner that toasted the success of this year's Journal board and staff - a truly great group of talented law students. They are pictured below.
The new editorial board for next year was also announced at the banquet. They are: