Editor's Note

CitationVol. 74 No. 2
Publication year2023

Editor's Note

John D. Flowers

Editor's Note


John D. Flowers

The Mercer Law Review is excited to celebrate the publication of Volume 74 of the Articles Edition, an edition that proudly commemorates the 150th anniversary of Mercer Law School. This year, the Articles Edition explores a broad swath of legal issues ranging from critical commentary on Georgia Uniform Superior Court Rule 43.6 to a valuable survey of persuasion principles that every trial lawyer can use to hone their craft.

Volume 74 of the Articles Edition also features several articles that look to the past and offer a unique historical perspective. Much has changed in the years since the publication of Volume 1 of the Mercer Law Review in 1949. Then, a single copy of the Mercer Law Review could be purchased for $1.00. Now, for the first time in its history, the Mercer Law Review will publish all four books entirely online. Times have changed, and we celebrate the progress that the passage of time has yielded. With that same spirit, The Path to Coleman Hill traces the history of Mercer Law School from its first formal classes, split between the local courthouse and professors' law offices, to its current home occupying the stately Insurance Company of North America building atop Coleman Hill. Within the realms of social criticism and legal history, The Flag in My Drawer offers a sharp—and...

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