Law School's IICLR Editors Plan to Make Symposium an Annual Event
Students Douglas Louks, Anne Kaiser, Jenna Gerber, and Morgan Whitacre are the principal editors for the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review for the 2012-2013 academic year. Published continuously since 1991, II&CLR is devoted to the study and analysis of current international legal issues and problems. New this year is the decision to make the formerly biennial symposium an annual event. This year’s symposium will be a collaboration with the Environmental Law Society (ELS), after which II&CLR’s annual symposium will become a freestanding event.
Kaiser, a third-year student, will be the editor-in-chief of the II&CLR. She would like to practice immigration law, and also is interested in policy work in the areas of immigration, higher education, the environment, and drug law reform. Gerber, a third-year student, will be the review’s managing editor. She is drawn to international law because “the world is becoming smaller every day thanks to the advance of technology, and international law is becoming more relevant in our everyday lives.”
Louks, a third-year student, and Whitacre, a fourth-year evening student, are symposium editors. Louks will edit the works of the speakers from the previous symposium. He plans to become a member of the U.S. Air Force JAG Corps after graduation. Whitacre will work with ELS students to plan the March 1, 2013, symposium, on Great Lakes Governance issues. “ I joined the international and comparative law review because it allowed me to broaden the scope on the issues I care most about,” she said.