The University of Toledo Law Review Names 2017-2018 Editorial Board
February 15, 2017
The University of Toledo College of Law and The University of Toledo Law Review are pleased to announce the newly-elected 2017-2018 Editorial Board.
Serving as Editor-in-Chief of the 49th Editorial Board is Mitchell Guc `18. Guc earned a Bachelor of Science in Earth and Environmental Science from the University of Michigan and worked as a Project Manager/Environmental Consultant with Brooks Williamson and Associates, Inc., before attending Toledo Law. Since starting law school, Guc has been the president of the Environmental Law Society and a legal extern at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office in the Environmental Enforcement section.
“It is nothing short of an honor and a privilege to be chosen to lead Board 49,” said Guc. “Although Board 48 is leaving some massive shoes to fill, I am confident that our talented editorial board will rise to the task. We will look to the past for inspiration and guidance, but we will also look forward to building upon a fine tradition of nearly a half-century of legal scholarship.”
Joining Guc at the top of the masthead are Executive Committee members Breanne Hitchen as Executive Articles Editor, Ashley Blas as Managing Editor, and Emina Causevic as Symposium Editor.
The rest of the Editorial Board consists of Executive Editors, Articles Editors, Note & Comment Editors, and Contributing Editors. Executive Editors perform full, substantive edits of each article in the publication and include Adam Borgman, Grant Hamel, and Monica Sass. Article Editors focus on proper footnote format and include Ian McCarthy, Gregory Schrot, Nathan VanDenBerghe, and Eric Wead. Patrick Charest, Blake Padget, and Eric Ricker are the Note & Comment Editors. They mentor new law review members during the note-writing process. Contributing Editors are Jordan Krall and Steve Livingston; their responsibilities include ensuring proper citation use and maintaining source material for the citations.
Professor Lee J. Strang serves as The University of Toledo Law Review’s faculty advisor. “The University of Toledo Law Review is the College of Law’s key scholarly publication, and it provides our students with rich opportunities to hone their research, writing, and leadership skills, and to delve deeply into a legal issue they care about,” said Professor Strang. “I’m confident that Volume 49’s board will continue the Law Review’s tradition of scholarly excellence.”