Under construction for fall.
Michael Chang-Frieden - Co-Editor-in-Chief
Michael Chang-Frieden studies English at Columbia and hopes to attend law school. He is particularly interested in intellectual property law and the history of criminal prosecution in New York City. Apart from legal studies, Michael is an active cellist and plays water polo for Columbia.
Sofi Sinozich – Co-Editor-in-Chief
Sofi Sinozich is a CC junior majoring in political science and statistics. She is primarily interested in constitutional law and judicial ethics. In the future, Sofi plans to pursue a career in federal statistics. She is also the chief copyeditor for the Columbia Political Review.
Brooke Gottlieb - Executive Editor
Brooke is a junior at Barnard. She joined the law review to gain exposure to law-related writing. Outside of the law review, she is the president of Sigma Delta Tau.
Saaket Pradhan – Business Director
Saaket Pradhan is a junior in CC planning on studying Political Science and Economics. He has a particular interest in Corporate Law and hopes to eventually attend law school. Aside from the Law Review, he is also a part of Activities Board at Columbia (ABC) and Club Zamana.
Janet Chen – Publisher
Janet Chen is a sophomore in CC. She is planning on double majoring in Political Science and Undecided. She became passionate about both policy research and the legal system in high school and she plans to attend law school someday. She hopes to explore various legal fields throughout her time in college to discover where her interests lie.
Kristen Gonzalez – Media/Communications Director
Kristen Gonzalez is a sophomore in the college interested in studying Political Science and Sustainable Development. She intends on pursuing a career in public policy, non profit work, or law. She joined the law review to both learn and write about current legal issues in the United States and abroad.
Marc Heinrich - Editor-in-Chief Emeritus (2013)
Marc Heinrich is a junior in CC. He plans to double major in political science and history. After reading the constitution in middle school, he became interested in how America’s legal system has evolved. He hopes to eventually go to law school and pursue a career in Constitutional Law.