The Exeter Student Law Review is the University of Exeter’s first student-led legal academic publication.
The Review publishes outstanding pieces of legal scholarship produced by law students at all levels of study. Through the exposition of a wide variety of intriguing and insightful articles, the Review aims to reflect the high quality of student research and reaffirm the Law School’s tradition of legal excellence. Although the Review mainly accepts work done in the course of study, it also encourages students to make submissions on areas of law that are outside the syllabus.
Since its founding in 2014, the Review has grown to boast an editorial committee of twelve law students and an honorary board of advisors which comprise of distinguished legal academics and practitioners. In addition to selecting and curating articles for publication, the student editors also handle all of the Review’s administrative, marketing and outreach activities.
The inaugural volume of the Review was published in May 2015 and may be viewed on the Exeter Student Law Review’s website. Subsequent volumes of the Review are scheduled for annual release every September. The Review is also published on major international database HeinOnline.
More information, including submissions information and editorial positions, may be found on the Exeter Student Law Review’s website.