Strathclyde Law Review

First established in 2014, the Strathclyde Law Review is currently working towards the release of its 4th edition. Being the University of Strathclyde’s first student-run legal academic publication, the review provides an outstanding platform for undergraduates, academics and legal professionals alike to voice their opinion on legal related matters. This edition of the review will feature a comprehensive collection of articles which will encompass a variety of topics.

Now in its fourth year, the Law Review is seeking to expand its outreach to a more international audience which is evident in its recent interest from countries as far afield as Australia and Canada. The number of submissions we've received so far has correlated with the rapidly increasing number of volunteers; with each undertaking a unique role in the development of the review including editorial staff and graphic designers.

The Law Review is grateful for the support it has received from highly reputable law firms, with this granting students invaluable networking opportunities as well as the chance to attend events that will enhance their career prospects. Although the Review’s content is mainly of a legal nature, participation is not exclusive to students of the law school as we encourage submissions from all students, regardless of their discipline.

Since January 2018, the edition has undergone a change of editor-in-chief, with Savio Baptista recently stepping down to focus on his legal career in Canada. We are excited to welcome Stuart Jones to the role and look forward to the future of the publication under his leadership. The Strathclyde Law Review aspires to exponentially grow and flourish with each new edition, making conscious effort to provide valuable insight and analysis on contemporary legal issues. Our most recent issue (Volume 3, Issue 1) is now available to read online.