The Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture Selects Staff for 2010-2011
The Journal of Law, Philosophy, and Culture is pleased to announce its new staff for the upcoming academic year:
Staff members will aid the journal’s editorial board in publishing Volume IV and beginning work on Volume V. Students were selected based on a combination of grades and competition in the Quad-Journal Writing Competition.
Published annually,The Journal of Law, Philosophy, and Culture was founded in 2006 and focuses on promoting scholarly inquiry into the significance of law and legal institutions for culture and the common good. The journal offers a forum of scholarship in jurisprudence, legal and moral philosophy, social sciences and the humanities; taking the relationship of law and culture as its point of orientation. Many of its articles are submitted by some of the most recognized legal and cultural minds in the global academic community.