Law Review Debuts New Website

The William and Mary Law Review recently revised and updated its website to better serve authors, alumni and the legal community.
"Since 2005, the Law Review Editorial Board had been looking at revamping the website," said Jessica Coulter '10, the Law Review's outgoing Communication Coordinator. "Over the past summer a new site went live. We're still in the process of getting all the content we want on the website, but it's up and running."
Krysta Edwards '10, the Review's 2009-10 Editor-in-Chief, explained that the site now allows  journal staff to post pieces, such as responses to articles, that may not appear in the traditional hard-copy publication. 
Visitors to the site can peruse a list of articles cited in recent Supreme Court and circuit courts decisions, and mastheads for all 50 volumes.
Coulter noted that "alumni now can look at mastheads for the journal, all the way back to the first masthead  Every person who has ever worked for the journal will be able to look and say, 'That's me!'" The updated site also better equips the journal for the future of law, she said. "We're really exciting about keeping on top of recent developments in the law. That's why we really wanted to get the new website up."
Editor's note: The Review publishes a newsletter each spring that features news from alumni who served on the staff, and information and commentary from current staff members. To subscribe, contact [[lawreview]]