KING’S STUDENT LAW REVIEW
This forum is a student-run blog which is part of the King’s Student Law Review. Whilst the Commercial and Financial Law Blog seeks to provide a quick, immediate and topical forum for debate, you may wish to seek publication with the KSLR if your submission is between 5,000-7,000 words and provides a detailed analysis of an area of law, this includes subjects beyond the scope of this blog.
Visit the website on the link above or read below for some further information;
What is the KSLR?
The King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) is an independent, online academic publication managed by students of the King’s College School of Law. The Review seeks to publish high-quality legal scholarship written by undergraduate and graduate students at King’s and other leading law schools across the globe.
By Students for Students
The KSLR is an exclusively student-run enterprise, with emphasis on improving academic writing and legal knowledge amongst students. As such, the Review aims to provide detailed feedback and comments towards the improvement of the articles received and considered for publication.
Open Access Policy
The KSLR makes the full content of all articles published in the Review 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 such as Facebook and Twitter. The Review is also listed on international legal research databases such as Hein Online
KSLR EU BLOG
Because we are enthusiastic about all types of legal debates, we also have a fantastic European Law Blog which has obtained interest from Supreme Court judges and practitioners worldwide. It is run by two dedicated academic editors, Adrienne Yong and Ermioni Xanthopoulou, please get in touch, or visit the website for details.