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Ankevia Taylor named Law Review Editor-in-Chief







For Immediate Release 

October 21, 2022  

ORLANDO, Fla –  The Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law announces the 2022-2023 Law Review Editorial Board. The team is led by third-year student Ankevia Taylor from Miami, Florida.

“I am honored to fill the role of Law Review Editor-in-Chief,” said Taylor. “As Editor-in-Chief, I am working with a team of phenomenal editors to create a journal that will inspire this nation to be better and do better.”

The FAMU Law Review Editorial Board also consists of Executive Editor, Tiana Loving, from Los Angeles, California, Executive Articles Editor, Brandon José, from Lake Mary, Florida, Notes & Comments Editor, Laura Krivickas, from Deltona, Florida and Business Managing Editor, Castillana Duvernay, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Law Review is a student-run organization at FAMU Law. Its main purpose is to publish journals of legal scholarship for use by practitioners, judges, professors and students. Law Review is functionally independent from FAMU Law, with the student editors making all editorial, organizational, and daily operational decisions. 

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