The Westminster Law Review
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The Westminster Law Review was founded and is run entirely by students and alumni of Westminster University. Its goal is to provide a resource for academics and legal researchers alike. The Review publishes two issues per academic year, in October and April, in addition to ad-hoc special issues.
Articles, comments and book reviews are selected by means of a blind peer review process. The editorial committee invites submissions from undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral law students, as well as academics and practitioners, from any institutions.
The journal strives to run various legal academic events, debates and workshops throughout the year and produces a podcast discussion on topical legal issues once a month.
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Here you can find the journal's style guidelines and details on how to submit papers can also be found.
Submissions and Enquiries
If you would like to make a submission, please email[email protected]
If you have any enquiries, please email [email protected]
The Westminster Law Review is an independent law journal run by Westminster Law School students and alumni. It was founded in 2011 by Saad Minhas, Shamima Chowdhury, Sherif Elgebeily and Pravin Jeyaraj.