About Us

Who We Are

The King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) is an independent, online peer-reviewed academic publication managed by the researchers and post-graduate law students based at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London. The KSLR seeks to publish high quality legal scholarship written by law students at King’s and other leading law schools across the globe. The Law Review publishes two issues per year, Volume I in the Spring and Volume II in the Winter. Our publications are listed on HeinOnline and our website.

By Students, For Students

The KSLR is an exclusively student-run enterprise, with emphasis on improving academic writing and legal knowledge among students. As such, the KSLR aims to provide detailed feedback and comments towards the improvement of the articles received and considered for publication.

Open Access Policy

The full content of all articles published in the KSLR are available for free. Authors are thus able to reach a worldwide audience and this increases the quantity of freely available legal scholarship.

Strong Online Presence

The KSLR has an active presence on social networking platforms including Facebook and Twitter. The KSLR is also listed on the international legal research database HeinOnline.

People

The Editorial Board

Membership of the King’s Student Law Review is open to all law students at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London.

The Current Board

Editor-in-Chief
Justin Yang

Managing Editor
Tasneem Ghazi

Social Media Manager
Emma Perot

Editors
Luigi Lonardo
Niccolo Ridi
Erin Kelly
Theodorus Stylianou
Christensen Woo
Kimberly Amrein
Koketso Lediga
Mireia Garces de Marcilla Muste
Estelle Marks
Maya Dabrowski
Cliodhna Ni Ghadhra
Irene Valones
Lubomira Balharova
Camille Menezes
Tadiwa Mandinyenya
Stefano Ghezzi

Open Call for Recruitment

In the past, recruitment cycles were open only during the beginning of the academic year. However, since the establishment of our new KSLR Forum, we are pleased to introduce a new policy with open recruitment all year round for the following positions:
(i) Senior Editors and Blog Contributors
(ii) Junior Editors
(iii) Proof-readers

If you would like to apply for one of the aforementioned positions, please submit an application in line with the following guidelines.

Should you have any questions regarding how the application process is conducted, or regarding the King’s Student Law Review’s current publications, please contact kslr.recruitment@gmail.com

Contact Details

The KSLR team may be contacted via Facebook, Twitter or by email.