The second issue of the Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal is now published. Founded in 2011, the Journal aims to reinforce the strong academic ethos in the study of law at Oxford by providing undergraduates with the unique opportunity to write scholarly articles on key areas of legal debate.

Articles featured in the latest annual issue include examinations of copyright offences and key areas of administrative law debate, as well as a look at Roman law.

Christy Rush, Editor-in-Chief, explains: “The journal is written by students for students. However, with our prestigious Honorary Board and connections with libraries worldwide the Journal is read by thousands of jurists, enabling students to gain real exposure of their work."
The issue is available on the Journal's website.