Academic journal article Law & Society Review

From the Editor

Academic journal article Law & Society Review

From the Editor

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his issue of the Law e Society Review, Volume 32, Number 1, marks a transition of editors and the editorial office of the Review. Volumes 32, 33, and 34 will be edited by myself and a new team of associate editors, assistants, and editorial advisory board. I am joined by Kathryn Foster, who serves as the Editorial Assistant in the LSR offices in the Sociology Department at Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts. She is assisted by a team of undergraduate sociology majors who do the cite checking. We are supported by four associate editors who serve as consulting consciences and expert advisors helping to select reviewers and make hard decisions when circumstances demand: Marianne Constable, Department of Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley; Robert Dingwall, Department of Sociology, Nottingham University; Lee Epstein, Department of Political Science, Washington University; and Jonathan Simon, School of Law, University of Miami. The Editorial Advisory Board, listed following the Contents, consists of scholars from diverse subfields, specialties, and institutions. We are honored to have this auspicious group of people backing us up and hope that together we serve the community well.

Although the editorial personnel have changed completely, the Law & Society Review will not be significantly changed, not beyond the changes that have been ongoing for its 31 years. …

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