The Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal is a student-run, scholarly journal that publishes works by professors, judges, practitioners, and students. CPILJ's publications are subjected to a rigorous editorial process designed to sharpen and strengthen substance, tone, and accuracy.
CPILJ's primary purpose is to further the discussion of the legal aspects of public interest interest issues, and especially those confronting under-represented individuals. CPILJ is a forum for such intellectual discussion and is a force for change and progress.
CPILJ was recently named one of the top five civil rights law journals in the United States by ExpressO, a leading law review submission organization operated by the Berkeley Electronic Press.
Editor in Chief: Potoula Tournas
Managing Editor: Samantha Bova
Assistant Managing Editor: Jacob Multer
Administrative Editor: James Geisler
Senior Articles Editor: Quyen Truong
Articles Editors: Christopher Boyer, Jennifer Buckler, Daniel Chapple
Lead Executive Editor: Brendan McPherson
Executive Editors: Andrew Lerch, Andrew Mackinlay, Allison Conley, Jessica Espinoza, Daniel Byrd
Symposium Editors: Alyssa Crooks, Camden Weber
Membership Editor: Alexis Coudert
Tech Editor: Adam Ghalmi
Editor in Chief: Corinne Boesz
Managing Editor: Brendan Donahue
Assistant Managing Editor: Emma Hale
Administrative Editor: Emma Hale
Senior Articles Editor: Dylan Shaw
Articles Editors: Onya Brown, Maureen Sweeney
Note and Comment Editor: Maria Peralta Esquivel
Executive Editors: Sunny Chung, Anastasiya Collins, Daniel Hanley, Uriel Lloyd
Symposium Editor: Andres Jimenez-Franck
Membership Editor: Andres Jimenez-Franck