About the KSLR Forum

The King’s Student Law Review also manages a series of academic blogs that provide an in-depth exploration of various areas of the law. All blogs are managed by postgraduate law students at the Dickson Poon School of Law and publish works of a high standard of legal scholarship.

In January 2019, the KSLR launched a new, generalist blog – the KSLR Forum. This blog focuses on analysing timely legal issues. Through the Forum, KSLR seeks to facilitate a platform for student response to current legal debates.

To visit our other site, the KSLR Commercial and Financial Law Blog, a specialist platform focusing on topical issues and developments in the field of commercial law, click here.

Forum Managing Editor

Wendy Carazo Méndez

Forum Coordinating Editor

Senara Eggleton

Senior Editors

Amit Anand

Campbell Whyte

Darragh Sheehy

Jack Bickerton

Juan Li

Martina Pace

Mateusz Blaszczyk

Nadia Mikail

Nilaza Adhikari

Plamena Markova

Pranjali Sahni

Preethi Lolaksha Nagaveni

Sarthak Makka 

Proofreading Editors

Andreas Giannakopolous

Claire Song

Nadia Mikail

Kelly Ng

Luca Erhart

Mrudula Dixit

Nafisa Ehsan

Rohit Doad

Sarina Yamahata

Verner Paavola

Imran Mohammad Malik

Maria Nicolaou

Previous Forum Management 

Charles Mak (Managing Editor 2020-2021)

Rebecca McKittrick (Coordinating Editor 2021-2022)

Jack Bickerton (Coordinating Editor 2020-2021)

Malcolm Jingxuan Wu (2019)

Ariana Foley (2018-2019)


To read our latest article, please click here. For information on how to submit a post for the Forum, please click here.

Disclaimer: This blog has been created for educational and information purposes only. It is not intended to constitute legal advice and must not be relied upon as such. All information is believed to be correct at the date of publication but may become obsolete or inaccurate over time. Any opinions expressed in the blog posts are those of the authors and do not purport to reflect the opinions and views of the King’s Student Law Review or King’s College London as a whole.