Mitchell hamline journal of public policy and practice
At the Mitchell Hamline Journal of Public Policy and Practice, we celebrate, value, support, and thrive on diversity and inclusion for the benefit of all of our Volumes. We remain committed to providing equal opportunities for writers, in all their diversity, and to maintaining an inclusive environment for both writing/editing associates and board members.
The Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice is a student-run and student-edited journal that was founded in 1976. The Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice is the product of the merger of Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy and William Mitchell Journal of Law and Practice in 2016. Law Journal’s charge is: “Excellence through diligence, not exclusivity.” Law Journal’s Editors work hard to produce the highest quality of legal publication available on topics relating to legal practice, legal issues faced by the public, and legal policy solutions.
In order to become an associate member of the Mitchell Hamline Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice, candidates must participate in the write-on competition. The write-on competition involves three components: a policy or practice problem paper, a Bluebook citation worksheet, and a trial-level brief that may be either a Lawyering memorandum or an Advocacy brief.
Write-on Information Session
- April 25th at 7pm CST
- Going over the write-on process and answer questions
- Zoom Link – Here
- Write-on is open to current Mitchell Hamline Students
- Due Date to receive write-on materials: May 18th
- Write-on period: May 20th – June 20th
- Open to current Mitchell Hamline Students
- To receive materials, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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2022 Journal of Public Policy & Practice Symposium – Patrice Kunesh and Casey Matthiesen Presentations:
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