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Editor-in-Chief, Vol. 103
"It is an honor to preside over the one-hundred-and-third year of the Kentucky Law Journal. The talents of our staff are wholly dedicated to each item we publish, and our commitment to scholarship is embedded in our heritage."
Vol. 103 Editing Team
Our team is dedicated to ensuring our editing process is of the finest quality possible.
"Our editing process is as thorough as it is distinctive. Each group of editors gets to know each piece intimately, expending tremendous effort and countless hours in the fine tuning and polishing of the author's work. The end result is as close to perfection as possible, with that signature KLJ personal touch."
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