CHAPTER VI. GEORGE MASON LAW REVIEW CONSTITUTION

ARTICLE I NAME AND OBJECT

The name of this Association shall be George Mason Law Review (“Law Review”). Its object shall be to publish a legal periodical; to serve as a teaching vehicle by providing means for the students of George Mason University School of Law (“GMUSL”) to enhance their research and writing abilities; and in general to advance the study and development of law.

ARTICLE II MEMBERSHIP AND FACULTY ADVISORS

SECTION 1. Membership. The membership of Law Review shall consist only of the Board of Editors, Associate Editors, Full Members, and Members (collectively, “Law Review Members”). All Law Review Members shall be students in good standing at GMUSL. No Law Review Member shall serve in any capacity as a member or editor on another student-managed law journal at GMUSL.

SECTION 2. Faculty Advisors.

A. Selection. Law Review’s Board of Editors will work with the GMUSL Administration to designate one or more faculty members as Faculty Advisors. Faculty Advisors must be affirmed, however, by a majority vote of each new Board of Editors. There is no limit to the number of terms the Faculty Advisor(s) may serve.

B. Duties. Faculty Advisors may work closely with the Board of Editors to aid in the execution of the goals of Law Review.