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The Mercer Law Review, the oldest continually published law review in Georgia, is edited and published by students of Mercer University School of Law. There are five issues each year including an Annual Survey of Georgia Law, an Annual Eleventh Circuit Survey, and an online companion highlighting student scholarship.

The Mercer Law Review is moving online.
With Volume 72, we began the transition to an online only publication. Volume 73, 2021-2022, will have two print issues, the Annual Survey of Georgia Law and the Eleventh Circuit Survey. Volume 74, 2022-2023 will be completely online.

Current Issue: Vol. 73, No. 4 (2022) Eleventh Circuit Survey

Front Matter

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Editor's Note
R. Alejandro Guarin

Survey Articles

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Admiralty
John P. Kavanagh Jr.

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Bankruptcy
John T. Laney III and Victoria Barbino Grantham

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Class Actions
Thomas M. Byrne and Stacey McGavin Mohr

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Commercial Transportation
Madeline E. McNeeley, Sarah L. Adle, Joshua H. Dorminy, Elizabeth M. Brooks, and Stephen G. Lowry

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Criminal Law
Thomas D. Church and Kate Forrest

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Environmental Law
Travis M. Trimble

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Evidence
W. Randall Bassett, Val Leppert, and Lauren Newman Smith

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Healthcare Law
Kathryn Dunnam Harden

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Immigration Law
Bianca N. DiBella and Hannah Couch

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Labor and Employment
W. Jonathan Martin II and Patricia-Anne Brownback

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Trial Practice and Procedure
John O'Shea Sullivan and Leesa M. Guarnotta

Comments

Casenotes

Table of Cases

BOARD OF EDITORS

Shreya H. Shah - Editor in Chief
Ashley B. Mallon - Senior Managing Editor
Anna M. Kersey - Managing Editor
Dana M. Nagel - Managing Editor
R. Alejandro Guarin - 11th Circuit Survey Editor
D. Garrett White - Articles Editor
Mary Elizabeth Loftus - Lead Articles Editor
Sedaries A. Mathis - Georgia Survey Editor
Douglas E. Comin - Student Writing Editor
Hailey T. Morton - Administrative Editor

Covering the period Jan. 1, 2021 to Dec. 31, 2021