The As incoming Editor, I am grateful to them for their stewardship of the journal, their generous support of authors and aspiring authors, and their innovations to the Review, including this .and the whole field of law and society research owe an enormous debt of gratitude to , , and , for their work as Editors of .
The incoming Editorial Board has begun receiving new manuscripts as they are submitted. these scholars’ contributions expand the expertise of the journal’s editorial office across disciplines, methods, theoretical traditions, and regions of the world. Danielle McClellan continues to steady the ship as the Review’s accomplished Managing Editor, and Dan Frumer joins as Editorial Assistant. The and at the have stepped up to provide a supportive institutional home for the journal’s work., , and have generously agreed to serve in this role. Together with participation from the -- a group deeply appreciated and too numerous to list here --
This year, the Review is on track to receive more submissions than ever. That’s exciting evidence of the vitality of our field and of growing participation from scholars across the academy and around the world.
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Over the next few weeks, we’ll be offering more ideas and tools for authors. We look forward to learning from your work, supporting its development, and to amplifying its reach.