The South Carolina Law Review has named Andrew M. Rawl as editor in chief of the journal’s 67th volume. Rawl officially begins his term on April 1, 2015, but will begin reviewing article submissions and selecting his board immediately.
“Being named editor in chief is a huge honor. I am so fortunate to be surrounded by an intelligent and talented class of individuals, and I am very appreciative of the trust that was placed in me by my peers. I look forward to the opportunities that are in store for Volume 67,” said Rawl.
Having grown up in Anderson, South Carolina, Rawl graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science from Clemson University. While at Clemson, Rawl was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Academic Integrity Committee. Since coming to the University of South Carolina School of Law, Rawl has been a member of the Dean’s List, served as a student ambassador, and is the recipient of the Brailsford-Rosen Scholarship. During the summer of 2014, Rawl clerked at the Greenville office of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A.
“Rawl has earned the highest respect from his fellow members of the Law Review, and has consistently demonstrated leadership abilities that will help uphold the tradition of excellence associated with the South Carolina Law Review,” said current editor in chief, Emily Bridges.
About the South Carolina Law Review
The South Carolina Law Review is the principle and oldest legal publication in South Carolina, founded in 1948. Today, the Law Review is the flagship legal publication at the University of South Carolina School of Law, and is one of the most frequently cited and authoritative legal journals in the country. One of the Law Review’s primary goals is to provide its members with practical experience in legal writing and analysis.