4 Lincoln Mem'l U. L. Rev. 1 (2016-2017)

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY
                LAW REVIEW



     VOLUME 4        FALL  2016         ISSUE 1




                   FOREWORD



                   Evan  Wright'



       On  behalf  of Lincoln  Memorial   University's
Duncan  School of Law, the Law Review Editorial Board
would like to extend the warmest welcome to our Volume
4 readers. For the 2016-2017 academic  year, the Law
Review   underwent   some   significant changes. We
welcomed  new faculty advisors, Professor Akraim Faizer2
and Professor William Gill,3 to our team, and said farewell
to  Academic  Dean   Matt  Lyon, who   had  provided
leadership and insight to the Law Review staff. We cannot
thank him  enough  for his hard work  and dedication.
Professors Faizer and Gill will further develop the Law
Review's scholarship, focusing on academic excellence and
advancing positive change throughout our community.


1 Evan Wright, Juris Doctor Candidate (2017) and Editor in Chief
of the Lincoln Memorial University Law Review.
2 See Akraim Faizer, Exacerbating the Divide: Why the Roberts
Court's Recent Same-Sex Jurisprudence is an Improvident Use of the
Court's Judicial Review Power, 24 U. FLA. J.L. & PUB. POL'Y 395
(2014).
3 See William Gill, A Tale of Two Ironies: In Defense of Tort, 25 PAc.
McGEORGE  GLOBAL Bus. & DEv. L.J. 343 (2012) (with David
Partlett).

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