King’s Student Law Review and Commercial Law blog

King’s Student Law Review (KSLR)

Our parent body, the King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) is an online publication from King’s College London. Student-run and student-led, it accepts submissions bi-annually for review that are to express opinions and views longer than a blog post.

Please visit their website at for more information on submission!

Submissions are welcome from all current law students, of any level – undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral researcher. Submissions must be between 5,000-7,000 words in length, must address a particular area of law and be properly footnoted in OSCOLA style.

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KSLR Commercial and Financial Law blog

Check out our sister blog is the KSLR Commercial Law blog run by Christy Burzio of King’s College London.

If you have a passion for inspiring debate and innovative thinking, then the KSLR Commercial and Financial Law blog is a fantastic forum for your ideas and opinions. It is regularly visited and is a fantastic platform to get your voice heard.

We encourage contributions by students, professionals and academics. A legal background is not a prerequisite to submission.

Contact a member of the team if you have a working or complete article that you want to publish on the KSLR Commercial and Financial Law blog.

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