Queen Mary student appointed Editor-in-Chief to UK Law Students' Review
Jessica Robin Hewlett, a first year senior status law student, has been named Editor-in-Chief of the UK Law Students' Review, the flagship publication of the UK Law Students' Association (UKLSA).
The UK Law Students' Review law is a bi-annual publication, distributed to all UK universities. Articles range in topic and students from all levels of study have been published in the law review. Jessica was selected as Editor-in-Chief based on her post as Co-Managing Editor of the Queen Mary Law Journal this past year. Prior to joining Queen Mary, Jessica completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at York University, Toronto, Canada.
The UKLSA is a national organization that aims to provide students with a platform to network, increase career prospects and develop and share information and ideas. The Association organises several inter-university careers and equalities events and the largest annual mooting competition across the UK. Current Patrons of the Association are Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, President of the UK Supreme Court, and Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, former President of the UKSC.
On being appointed, Jessica said: "I am pleased to represent Queen Mary, University of London as Editor-in-Chief of the UKLSR. I look forward to this challenging leadership role and the opportunity to connect with students, practitioners and academics from across the country."
Jessica will fulfill this role while acting as Co-Editor in Chief of the QM Law Journal next year.