The LII’s Supreme Court Bulletin just assembled its new staff to cover the Court during the 2014 – 2015 term, which will begin in October. The new Editor-in-Chief of the Bulletin is L. Alyssa Chen. Alyssa graduated cum laude from UCLA in 2010 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Civic Engagement. A native of Northern California, Alyssa is Co-President of the California Law Students Association at Cornell Law School. The new Executive Editor is Daniel Rosales. In an odd coincidence, Daniel also majored in Political Science in Los Angeles–at Occidental College.
Alyssa and Dan have assembled a team of Associates (rising second-year law students) and Managing Editors (rising third-year law students who worked as Associates last year) to continue the Bulletin’s work for the twentieth year.
The Bulletin has changed and grown since its original founding by members of the Law School’s Classes of 1996 and ‘97. Until 2004, it focused almost exclusively on New York’s highest court–the Court of Appeals. (LIIBulletin-Patent examined patent cases before the Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court for a brief period during the last decade.) In 2004, the Bulletin switched its focus to the United States Supreme Court. Since 2005, it has provided student-written analysis of every case to be argued there.
Now that they have put together their staff, Alyssa and Dan have turned their attention to other matters in preparing for the Court’s fall term. For example, the Law School has agreed to renovate their workroom to facilitate the collaboration between the Associate teams and their Managing Editors needed to generate the quality previews are 15,000+ subscribers have come to expect.
With Dan and Alyssa looking to the future, the staff of the LII is taking a moment to look back to the past. Twenty years is a very, very long time in the life of the internet! The LII is grateful for all the hard work and dedication of the over-400 students who have worked for the Bulletin during that time. We are compiling a list of past Bulletin staffers in the hopes of planning a few small celebrations around the country. If you worked for the LII Bulletin in the past, please email us and let us know where you are! (LinkedIn is finding most, but not all, of you!)
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