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The Bristol Law Review is proud to be partners with the below Law Review and Journals.

I. Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal

Founded 10 years ago as the UK’s first undergraduate law journal, the OUULJ is independent and entirely student-run. The OUULJ publishes a print journal annually with a focus on English law, with submissions from domestic and international undergraduate law students. The journal is Oxford’s only publication for undergraduate legal writing. Its Honorary Board comprises distinguished members such as Lord Neuberger, Lord Phillips, Lord Wilson as well as various notable legal academics and professionals. The Journal appears in print as well as on HeinOnline and LexisNexis, and submissions are accepted on a rolling basis from undergraduate students (and recent graduates) at all universities. 


II. The Cambridge Law Review 

The CLR is an independent legal publication run by students of the University of Cambridge which aims to provide a forum for the discussion of contemporary and cutting-edge legal issues. The journal welcomes contemporary submissions on issues relating to all common law jurisdictions, or those with a former connection to the English common law; European law; international law; comparative pieces; as well as interdisciplinary legal scholarship that has regard to economics and political studies.


III. De Lege Ferenda 

DLF is the CLR’s supplementary undergraduate law journal introduced in 2017, inviting discussion on contemporary issues relating to undergraduate law topics. The journal serves as a platform for students to make their first entry into academia. All published articles are made available on HeinOnline.

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IV. King's Student Law Review

The King’s Student Law Review (KSLR)  seeks to publish the very best of legal scholarship written by PhD students and Early Career Researchers from KCL and other law schools. The KSLR Journal is a peer-reviewed academic publication and two issues are published per academic year. The KSLR Journal is listed in the Institute of Advanced Studies (IALS) Library Catalogue, King’s College London Library E-Journal Catalogue, Google Scholar, and the international legal research database HeinOnline. In January 2019, the KSLR launched the Forum in recognition of the fact that academic scholarship pertaining to recent legal developments needs be published expeditiously if it is to achieve maximum impact. 

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V. Columbia Undergraduate Law Review

The Columbia Undergraduate Law Review (CULR) is Columbia University's premier undergraduate legal publication. CULR publishes long-form pieces by undergraduate students from across the globe in its print journal, as well as original pieces by Columbia and Barnard undergraduates in its online journal and its roundtable, current events, and podcasting initiatives. The goal of CULR is to provide Columbia University and the public with opportunities for the discussion of law-related ideas and the publication of undergraduate legal scholarship.


VI. Durham Law Review

The Durham Law Review (DLR) has been in existence since 1992. Over the years, the DLR has become recognised as a legal journal that aims to stimulate lively discussion and debate on topical legal, social, and political issues. The DLR publishes an annual hard and soft copy journal with contributions from students, leading academics, and practitioners whose entries provide exceptional scholarship across all areas of the law. The DLR also issues weekly feature articles and shares daily updates on developments in the legal and commercial press. 

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