How to Become a Member
Indiana University Maurer School of Law students are invited to joint the Journal as associates based on first-year grades and a writing competition. Each year the Journal selects approximately thirty second-year associates. Responsibilities of second-year associates include checking citations in articles for substantive and technical accuracy, proofreading, and submitting a work of legal scholarship to be considered for publication in the Journal.
Associates are invited to apply for appointment to the Editorial Board, which oversees production of the Journal, in the second year of membership. Appointment criteria include the associate’s past performance in editing assignments and the quality of the associate’s scholarly contribution. Editorial Board positions include Managing Editor, Articles Editor and Notes Editor. Members are also eligible for positions on the Executive Board. With the exception of Editor-in-Chief, for which elections are held in the spring semester, Executive Board positions are filled by appointment of the presiding Executive Board and the Editor-in-Chief-Elect.