Students publish Volume 65 of the Maine Law Review

University of Maine School of Law students have published the latest volume of the Maine Law Review, featuring scholarly works of professors from Notre Dame Law School, Harvard Law School, the City University of Hong Kong, and others.

The publication of Volume 65:1 was announced by Editor-in-Chief Agnieszka Pinette. Other leaders of the editorial, production and writing teams were Benjamin Donahue, Charles Boyle, Nicole Bissonette, Daniel d’Alessandro, David Sorensen, Benjamin Birney, Katherine Lybrand, Hannah McMullen, Holly Doherty, Kasia Park, Tamlyn Frederick, Ashley Arra and Michael Beers.

The articles, speeches and student pieces can be accessed online at Pinette also recently announced the election of Amy Olfene as the next Editor-in-Chief of the Maine Law Review.

Law students began publishing the Maine Law Review in 1908, at what was then the University of Maine College of Law in Bangor. The review ceased publication when the school was closed in 1920. Students resurrected the publication during 1962-63, the first academic year of the modern University of Maine School of Law in Portland.