27 Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y i (2017-2018)

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       The Kansas  Journal ofLaw  & Public Policy was conceived in 1990 as a
tool for exploring how the law shapes public policy choices and how  public
policy choices shape the law. The Journal advances contemporary discourse on
judicial decisions, legislation, and other legal and social issues. With its three
published issues per year, the Journal promotes  analytical and provocative
articles written by students, professors, lawyers, scholars, and public officials.

       The Journal fosters a broad notion of diversity in public policy debates
and provides a forum for the discussion of public policy issues. The Journal
endeavors  to enable the policy-making process  through the presentation of
diverse treatment and  critical analysis on significant policy matters. Our
publication also aspires to serve a broad audience of decision-makers and the
intellectually curious. We specifically target groups like legislators, judges,
educators, and voters, each of which play a valuable role in the legal process.

       The Journal is a non-partisan, student-governed organization devoted to
the study, commentary,  and analysis of domestic and international legal and
social issues. All student members  of the Journal must complete  a writing
requirement and assist in the preparation of Journal issue publication through
research and article edits. The Editorial Board, which is composed  of law
students, is  responsible  for selecting Journal   content, editing  article
submissions, and preparing each volume for publication.

                              Founding  Members:

                      Rita Bigras, Louis Cohn, Scott Long,
                      Paulette Manville, and David Summers


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