Senior Associate Editor Check

The fourth step in the Law Review's editing process is a check by Senior Associate Editors. They receive carriage forms from Cell Groups, ensure that all parts have been duly considered, and round out investigation of the research. This guarantees consistency of carriage across Cell Groups. In addition, Cell Groups may approve a submission contingent on the accuracy of any aspect of the research, which the Senior Associate Editor will be tasked with verifying.

Once the Senior Associate Editor has completed their check of carriage forms, they present the form and the submission to a Senior Editor, or to the Senior Board directly.

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