The Oxford Law Faculty presides over four important, but very different, scholarly journals:
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies is a peer-reviewed general law journal of major international importance, edited by members of the Law Faculty on behalf of the Faculty.
The Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal is a more recently established peer-reviewed journal edited by current Oxford graduate students on behalf of the Faculty.
The Oxford University Comparative Law Forum is a peer-reviewed electronic journal based at our Institute of European and Comparative Law. It includes online discussions of its articles.
The University of Oxford Legal Research Paper Series is the established electronic journal of faculty research hosted on the SSRN's Legal Scholarship Network
You can also access ...
- OSCOLA (the Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities), an extensive style guide for legal citations, as used by the OUCLJ and for all Oxford graduate dissertations in law.
- OPBP Reports completed research reports emanating from Oxford Pro Bono projects since 2001
- Public documents of various kinds issued by or about the Faculty, in pdf format: includes programme specifications, student handbooks, external examiners' reports ...
- The latest version of Oxford Law News, our alumni magazine (pdfs).