Volume 21

Letter from the Editor

by Philip H. DeVoe

Dear Reader,

The Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy is proud to present the final issue of Volume 21. This special issue contains a series of papers presented at “The Ethics of Effective Altruism and Social Entrepreneurship,” a symposium hosted by the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics.

We are publishing these papers in partnership with the Institute, which is a close friend of our journal. We are excited to partner with them again. This year’s symposium explores effective altruism. The issue includes papers by Ryan W. Davis, Amy Berg, Brian Berkey, Jeff Sebo, Joshua Stein, Bob Fischer, Christopher Freiman, Kathryn E. Joyce, and Brandon Warmke.

With Volume 21 now coming to a close, I believe the journal has succeeded in challenging legal academia’s heterodoxy with meaningful and entertaining work in the world of conservative and libertarian legal thought. Thank you for reading.


Philip H. DeVoe


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