About The Race & Social Justice Law Review

The University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review, formerly known as the Black Law Review, is a student journal committed to the promotion and publication of scholarly articles that address the legal, social, economic, and psychological issues that affect communities of color, as well as other groups affected by social injustice.

2021 – 2022 Executive Board

Megan Schmidt, Editor-in-Chief
Allison Dopazo, Staff Managing Editor
Danielle Hall, Business & Online Managing Editor
Sarah Coleman, Senior Articles Editor
David Mancia-Orellana, Chief Notes & Comments Editor
Jordan Gary, Writing Competition Editor 

David Petrantoni, Submissions Editor

Editorial Board:

Daniel Robinson, Articles & Comments Editor
Peyton Nir, Articles & Comments Editor                        
Logan Bartley, Articles & Comments Editor
Elias Thompson, Articles & Comments Editor

Dora Haque, Articles & Comments Editor

Laura Silva, Articles & Comments Editor

Jasmine Gamboa and Jat Pinckney Cabal, Symposium Committee Chairs                                                                          

Fall 2021 Junior Editors:

  • Max Baron
  • Raegan Burke
  • Jay Picney Cabal
  • Mischaël Cetoute
  • Courtney Davis
  • Thomas Divito
  • Bianca Ferreira
  • Jasmine Gamboa
  • Ashley Garcia
  • Alexis Hammond
  • Dora Haque
  • Jennifer Harper
  • Andres Hidalgo
  • Anna Hiller
  • Asiya Khan
  • Hannah Lamberg
  • Monica Larsen
  • Bailey Pasho-Towns
  • Ashley Plotkin
  • Izaac A. Polukoff
  • Katherine Rodriguez
  • Haneefah Saleem
  • Zoe Shoul
  • Laura B. Silva
  • Sara St. Juste
  • Julio Torres
  • Ben Trotto
  • Alyssa Vincent
  • Abigail Young 

Faculty Advisors: Zanita Fenton, Francisco Valdes

Director of Law Reviews: Farah Barquero

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