York Law School
Welcome to the York Law Review, York’s only publication for undergraduate and postgraduate legal writing, edited and published by students.
The York Law Review (YLR) is a student-led academic publication managed by students and staff at the York Law School (YLS). We publish legal scholarship written by undergraduate and postgraduate students at YLS.
Established during the 2019/20 academic year, the York Law Review published its first volume in May 2020. Our second volume launched in June 2021, containing a series of papers adapted from YLS undergraduate and postgraduate (taught) dissertations from the 2019/20 cohort, as well as the winning papers from competitions run by the journal throughout the year.
A new volume of the York Law Review is released annually in the summer of each academic year. The latest volume and all previous volumes are available online here.
A small number of print copies of the latest volume will also be made available. The journal can also be accessed via White Rose Research Online and HeinOnline.
YLR is led and managed by a team of YLS students. The Student Editorial Team manage the day-to-day operations of the journal and are ultimately responsible for its content and production.
Shivangi is a PhD student at York Law School researching the design of constitutional law judgments
Atoosa is a second year PhD student at York Law School.
Lucia is an International Law LLM graduate, and a PhD candidate at York Law School and the Centre for Applied Human Rights, researching reproductive rights as human rights.
Megan is a third year BA student in English and Linguistics.
The York Law Review Editorial Board consists of student and staff members. The board is chaired by the Head of School, Professor Caroline Hunter. The role of the board is to provide strategic direction to the student editors and ensure quality and continuity in the development of the journal.
Members of the Editorial Board:
Every year, the York Law Review hosts an abstract competition for YLS undergraduate and postgraduate (taught) students. Authors of the selected abstracts will be invited to further develop their work into an article that, subject to editorial review, will be published in the next edition of the journal.
We usually launch our competitions late in the Autumn term of each academic year – keep an eye out for updates posted on this webpage and our social media.
York Law Review looks to recruit new members to its Student Editorial Team regularly. Keep an eye on our social media feeds for more information.
If you’re interested in joining the team, please email: email@example.com