“I am honored to have been chosen as editor-in-chief,” said Sullivan. “I look forward to working closely with Professor Josie Brown and my colleagues on the editorial board to continue to produce a high quality publication.”
Born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, Sullivan graduated from the University of South Carolina Honors College, cum laude, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She served as vice president of Kappa Delta Sorority, vice president of Garnet Circle and technology chair for Recruitment, while also working at Halfmoon Outfitters and Nexsen Pruet.
Sullivan has proven herself to be an active member of the School of Law community. In addition to her recent appointment as editor-in-chief, she has served as a 2L Student Bar Association representative, vice justice of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, and chair of the Ambassadors Program. She also is a member of Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society and is a recipient of the Justice Dewey Oxner Scholarship. During the summer of 2014, Sullivan worked at the Office of General Counsel for the Department of Health and Environmental Control thanks to the Public Interest Law Society grant.
“Through her strong editing skills and natural leadership ability, Rosanne has proven herself to be an invaluable asset to the Journal of Law and Education,” said Stephen Meyer, outgoing editor-in-chief. “With her at the helm of our new masthead, I am confident that JLE will continue to be the premier publication in the education law field and bring distinction to the University of South Carolina School of Law.”
Sullivan’s term as editor-in-chief will begin when she and her new editorial board start work on the third book in the Journal’s44th volume.
About The Journal of Law and Education
Founded at the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1970, the Journal of Law and Education (JLE) is a quarterly publication featuring articles on all aspects of constitutional and civil law related to American education. JLE is published jointly in conjunction with the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law. After more than 40 years in print and online, JLE continues to serve as an important resource for judges, lawyers, teachers, school administrators and education practitioners. Subscriptions to JLE are distributed throughout the United States and reach more than 14 foreign countries.