Journal of Aging Law & Policy - Meet the Editors
Keifer Exum is a third-year student at Stetson and serves as an Associate Editor. Originally from Mulberry, Florida, he graduated from Florida Southern College with a B.S. in Political Science, focusing on American political systems. His interests include elder law, civic education, conservation, and the development of public policy. Keifer enjoys reading, photography, spending time with family, and exploring his home state of Florida in his spare time.
Kelly A. Jackson
Kelly Jackson is a third-year student and a Senior Associate. She is from Lakeland, Florida, and earned a B.S. in International Affairs from Florida State University. Jackson previously worked at the Public Defender's Office 10th Judicial Circuit from January 2017 to August 2017 before beginning law school. Outside of law school, she enjoys reading, exercising, and thrift shopping.
Sarah E. Jacobi
Sarah Jacobi is a third-year student at Stetson and serves as co-managing editor. She is from Pensacola, Florida, and graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Legal Studies. In her spare time, Jacobi likes to spend time with friends, family, and her two dogs.
Jenna Kyle is a third-year student and an associate editor for the Journal. She is from Nova Scotia, Canada, and earned her Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Jenna currently works as a Law Clerk at a local law firm and as a Fellow in the Elder Law Centre. She is an elder law concentration student and looks forward to pursuing a career in elder and disability law. Outside of school, Jenna enjoys spending time with her friends and family, especially her pug Georgie.
Tory Landon is a third-year student at Stetson and serves as co-managing editor. Tory graduated from Florida State University with a B.S. in both Marketing and Real Estate. In her spare time, she enjoys kayaking, hiking, and listening to live music.
Philip Blake Layton is a second-year student and serves an associate editor for the Journal. He is from Middleburg, Florida, and earned a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Florida. Philip currently serves as the Treasurer of the Public Service Fellows at Stetson and is a Student Member of the Jacksonville Bar Association. Philip has previously worked at the Clay County Public Defender's Office and at Plata Schott Law in Jacksonville, Florida. Outside of law school, Philip enjoys reading and watching anything related to true crime, running, and watching movies.
Emeraude Lerebours is a third-year law student and serves as an editor of the Journal of Comparative and International Aging Law & Policy, while serving as the Executive Editor-in-Chief of Stetson Journal of Advocacy and the Law. Lerebours graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Criminology. Lerebours has previously served as the President of the International Law Society and the Programs Coordinator for the Florida Association for Women Lawyers at Stetson. In her spare time, Lerebours enjoys traveling, rock climbing, and trying out new recipes.
Nicholas Marler is a second-year student and an associate editor for the journal. He is originally from Austin, Texas, and graduated from the University of Central Florida with a B.S.B.A. in Finance. Prior to law school, Marler worked for the new home builder Taylor Morrison as a mortgage loan processor. Outside of law school, he enjoys trying new restaurants, drinking coffee, and reading fantasy/sci-fi novels.
Megan Marx is a second-year student at Stetson and serves as an associate editor. She is also an associate member of Stetson Law Review. She is from Seminole, Florida, and earned a B.A. in Legal Studies from the University of West Florida. In 2017, she lived abroad in Ireland for one year before beginning law school. Outside of law school, Megan enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, and craft breweries.
Angel Mathias is a third-year student at Stetson and serves as a senior editor. She is also the Treasurer for the Federal Bar Association at Stetson and the Public Relations chair for the Innocence Initiative. Mathias is from Tampa, Florida, and graduated from Florida State University with her B.S. in Criminology and Psychology. Outside of law school, she enjoys volleyball, reading, and volunteering with domestic violence shelters.