Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law

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The Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law is published twice a year at the Florida State University College of Law. Founded in 1983, it was Florida's first and remains its only student publication in the field. The law review ranks among the top environmental and land use law journals based on citations.[1]

The Journal is edited and published entirely by students at Florida State University College of Law. It is managed by an Executive Board popularly elected annually by the members. There are six positions on the Board: one Editor-In-Chief, two Executive Editors, one Articles Selection Editor, one Associate Editor, and one Administrative Editor.

The Executive Board for the 2010-11 academic year was composed of: Editor-In-Chief - Melanie Leitman Executive Editors - Tessa Davis & Jacqueline Davison Article Selection Editor - Eyal Sharon Administrative Editor - Louise St. Laurent Associate Editor - Scott Schmidt


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