A peer-reviewed, edited collection of post-graduate and LLB essays, dissertations, and opinion pieces, written by LJMU Law students and recent graduates. Published twice annually, the Journal is double blind peer-reviewed by LJMU PhD students and by a wide range of guest editors. A variety of legal subjects and issues, both academic and practitioner-led, are included.
The LJMU Student Law Journal is a non-profit Law Review providing peer-reviewed publication opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate law students. Its Editorial Board comprises of doctoral candidates, LJMU alumni, and guest editors from the legal profession, overseen by Law School staff.