American Journal of Criminal Law

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About the Journal

Publication Schedule:
Fall, Spring, Summer
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Primary Readership:
  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Law & Procedure
  • Law
  • Law Firms
  • Legal
  • Legislation
  • Libraries
  • National

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  • Editor in Chief (2017-2018): Tori Clark
  • Managing Editor (2017-2018): Diego Cervantes
  • Executive Editor (2017-2018): David Engleman
  • Executive Editor (2017-2018): Hailey Gonzalez
  • Executive Editor (2017-2018): Dymond Hayes
  • Executive Editor (2017-2018): Rebecca Yung
  • Publications & Process Editor (2017-2018): Mark McMonigle
  • Alumni Coordinator (2017-2018): Alexander Hunn
  • Web Content & Administrative Editor (2017-2018): Ross Van de Kop