LL.M. Program

Mercer Law's LL.M. in Federal Criminal Practice and Procedure is the only program in the nation designed for law school graduates seeking to prepare themselves for federal criminal practice as a prosecutor, Federal Defender, or private defense counsel.

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Nicholas J. Garcia
Editor in Chief

Chelsea M. Lamb
Senior Managing Editor

I. William Drought, III
Managing Editor

  Patrick N. Silloway
Managing Editor
  Tiffany Nicole Watkins
Georgia Survey Editor
Cameron H.A. Saunders
Lead Articles Editor

Karissa O'Keefe
Articles Editor


Erin Bittick
Eleventh Circuit Survey Editor

Elizabeth E. Lambert
Student Writing Editor
  Mary Kate Silloway
Administrative Editor

Natasha S. L. Banks
James F. Banter
Tyler P. Bishop
Ebony J. Brown
James D. Brown
Louie W. Carmon II
Melody L. Chapman
Thomas A. Chappell
Joseph Clark
Caitlin S. Colley
Brittany Dant
Laura DiBiase




James M. Dickie
Kathryn S. Dunnam
Emily L. Evett
Hillary L. Freesmeier
M. Elizabeth Gilchrist
David J. Greenberg
Lillian T. Hamrick
B. Camile Hart
Robert B. Herman
Harris K. Howard
Faith S. Hudson
John L. Johnson
Steven L. Jones




Tomiya Lewis
Danielle Matricardi
Alisa Myers
Larissa L. Ollivierre
Megan Patterson
Leonard Stanley Riepe
Lesley M. Rowe
Brittany M. Sammons
Henry T. Shaw
Rachel R. Turnbull
Patricia-Ann Upson
David M. Wolfe



Faculty Advisor
Mark Jones

Administrative Secretary
Cherie Shaw Jump
Publishing Coordinator
Yonna Windham Shaw

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