16 April 2012
The Queen Mary Law Journal is an independent collection of essays and academic articles published annually by the Queen Mary Law Society. It is an entirely student-run publication, with both its leadership and editorial board drawn from the undergraduate and postgraduate student body at Queen Mary, University of London.
Volume 2 (Spring 2012) includes contributions from undergraduate and postgraduate students at universities across the UK. Articles include a look at the relationship between Article 10 ECHR and the rationales for restrictions on pornography, discussion of the political function of the judiciary, and a comparative analysis of retention remedies in Scots law.
Undergraduate law student Katelynn Schoop, Editor-in-Chief of Queen Mary Law Journal, said:
"It's been a productive year at the QMLJ with new sponsorship from Clifford Chance and we're pleased at the high quality, exciting student work included in Volume 2. Members of the editorial team brought enthusiasm and professionalism to all levels of production, from selecting submissions to revamping our design. I'm very proud of the end product and thrilled to hear positive feedback from students, staff, and professors in the School of Law. We're looking forward to keeping up the QMLJ's progress over the next year by collaborating with the School's postgraduate conference for a fall volume and holding social launch events. I strongly encourage students interested in challenging and expanding their legal education to become involved with future editions of the QMLJ."
Read more about the Queen Mary Law Journal on our undergraduate pages.
The Journal encourages students to become involved as part of the editorial team or as a contributor. You can follow QMLJ on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated on opportunities for involvement and calls for papers.