LL.M. Program

Mercer Law's LL.M. in Federal Criminal Practice and Procedure is the only program in the nation designed for law school graduates seeking to prepare themselves for federal criminal practice as a prosecutor, Federal Defender, or private defense counsel.

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BOARD OF EDITORS

Jennifer R. Findley
Editor in Chief

Frances M. Parker
Senior Managing Editor

Jacob A. Johnson
Managing Editor

  Lauren J. Miller
Managing Editor
  Michael S. Weldon Jr.
Georgia Survey Editor
 
Robert W. Johnson Jr.
Lead Articles Editor
 

Brett J. Schwartz
Articles Editor

 

Olivia Grace Mann
Eleventh Circuit Survey Editor

 
S. Jacob Carroll
Student Writing Editor
  Jonathan G. Wilson
Administrative Editor
 
MEMBERS
 

Erin Bittick
Luke M. Caselman
Melody L. Chapman
Christiane Cochran
R. Lee Discher
IrvingWilliam Drought
Benjamin D. Galloway
Nicholas J. Garcia
Brittay Camile Hart
Faith s. Hudson
John L. Johnson
Mary Katherine Jones

 

 

Keely N. Kight
Chelsea M. Lamb
Elizabeth E. Lambert
Christen Lawhorn
Dianna Lee
Tomiya Lewis
Christopher McDaniel
Alisa Myers
Christina Nosari
Karissa O'Keefe
Larissa L. Ollivierre
Megan Patterson

 

 

Chris Perniciaro
Lesley Rowe
Rachel Rozier
Frederic M. Rushing
Brittany Sammons
Cameron H. A. Saunders
Patrick Silloway
Warren M. Tillery
Courtney M. Tuggle
Ashley B. Vandevender
Tiffany Nicole Watkins
David M. Wolfe
 

 

 

Faculty Advisor
Mark Jones

Administrative Secretary
Cherie Shaw Jump
Publishing Coordinator
Yonna Windham Shaw
 
 
 
 

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Approximately 450 students are enrolled at Mercer Law School from across the nation and more than 79 colleges and universities.