The Leeds Journal of Law & Criminology aims to establish a permanent showcase of outstanding peer-reviewed work.
Simultaneously it provides University of Leeds School of Law students the opportunity to acquire experience in an academic editing process.
We seek to strengthen the student-led academic discourse within the School and contribute to collective knowledge.
“The range of articles in the first volume offers a fascinating foretaste of what we can come to expect from the journal. The articles range over subjects as diverse as Islamic finance law and fairness in English contract law to the medical law on infants. Most importantly it showcases what law students at Leeds are capable of.”
Professor Alastair Mullis, Head of School
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