Mercer Law Review

The Mercer Law Review is edited and published by students of Mercer University School of Law. Founded in 1949, the Mercer Law Review has the distinction of being the oldest continually published law review in Georgia.

For an overview of the accomplishments of the Mercer Law Review, see this historical account detailing the first fifty years.

Print Editions

Each year, the Mercer Law Review publishes four books:

  • Annual Survey of Georgia Law (Fall)
  • Articles (Winter)
  • Lead Articles (Spring)
  • Annual Eleventh Circuit Survey (Summer).

The issues appear, respectively, in January, March, May, and July.

Back issues of the Mercer Law Review are also available online.

All copies, past and present, of the Mercer Law Review are available individually ($15.00 per issue), or by subscription ($40.00 annually to receive all four books).

If you are interested in purchasing an individual issue or an annual subscription, please contact us at :
Phone: (478) 301-2337
Address: Publishing Coordinator, Mercer Law Review, Mercer University School of Law, Macon, GA 31207

Article Submission

Georgia Survey, Eleventh Circuit Survey, and Lead Articles

Articles published in the Mercer Law Review are solicited by the Editorial Board each year for the Georgia and Eleventh Circuit Surveys, our authors are chosen for their knowledge and expertise in targeted areas of the law. The Lead Articles edition stems from the Mercer Law Review Annual Symposium, a two-day event bringing students, practitioners, and scholars together to analyze a relevant area of the law.

Articles Edition

The Articles book features authors from around the country, writing on various topics of current interest for the legal practitioner.

The Law Review welcomes submissions from all faculty, educators, practitioners, and members of the judiciary to be considered for publication in the Articles edition. Submissions should be double-spaced, citations should conform to The Bluebook (20th ed.), and should include an abstract and a current resume or CV.

The Mercer Law Review accepts submissions through Expresso and Scholastica.

Student-written works are not accepted.

For more information you may contact our Articles Editor at


The Editorial Board is elected each year by the student members of the Review. View the current Editorial Board here.