Editorial Board

Jabari Turner, Editor-in-Chief

Jabari graduated from Xavier University with an honors bachelor of arts in Philosophy, Politics, and the Public with a minor in Philosophy and a bachelor of science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Criminalistics. Before attending law school, he worked for the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio as a COVID-19 Project Coordinator. He also worked as a Community Health Coordinator for the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine- Infectious Diseases Research. Jabari will graduate from the College of Law in 2025. In his free time, Jabari enjoys Thoreauvian walks and chess.

Lee Walter, Managing Editor

Lee graduated from American University with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and will graduate from the College of Law in 2024. Before law school, he worked for three years as a paralegal in a boutique telecom firm in Washington, DC. He has a diverse array of interests and has not settled on a practice area. In his free time, Lee enjoys jogging, origami, and watching movies.

Natalie Boyd, Notes & Articles Editor

Natalie received her bachelor’s degree in History and Legal Studies from Chadron State College. Prior to law school, she interned with the Dawes County Public Defender in Chadron, Nebraska. Natalie will graduate from the College of Law in 2025. In her free time, she enjoys board games, karaoke, and attempting to perform stand-up comedy.

Doyeon Oh, Notes & Articles Editor

Doyeon graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and will graduate from the College of Law in 2025. Prior to attending law school, Doyeon served in the Republic of Korea Marine Corps and continues to serve in its reserve forces. His current interests lie in international arbitration and transactions. In his free time, Doyeon enjoys swimming, going to the gym, and an occasional game of poker.

Zack Stutler, Notes & Articles Editor

Zack received his bachelor’s degree in Finance and Economics and master’s degree in Finance from the University of Alabama. He is in the College of Law’s class of 2025. He is interested in the corporate and financial areas of law, including M&A, private equity, and financial derivatives. In his free time, Zack enjoys playing chess and watching sports and movies.