Welcome to the Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal (OUULJ), Oxford's only publication for undergraduate legal writing, edited and staffed entirely by students. Journal submissions for the 11th Edition of the OUULJ (2021-22) are now open. To submit, please email a word document of your article to email@example.com.
You can find the latest issue of the journal here.
Founded in 2009, OUULJ is the first, oldest and most distinguished solely undergraduate law journal in the UK. Under the auspices of the Faculty of Law, the OUULJ offers a unique opportunity for law undergraduates to publish their academic legal writing in a recognised law journal and a platform for discourse on legal developments.
We mainly accept submissions that come within the Oxford undergraduate law syllabus, but authors are also encouraged to tackle topics beyond the curriculum. Full details of our submission guidelines can be found here.
On top of our annual publications, we strive to promote a culture of academic legal writing in Oxford. We have relationships with various other law journals and reviews around the UK, and we are always keen to build new and stronger links. 2021 saw the publication of the 10th Edition of the Journal, and the launch of the Oxford Undergraduate Law Podcast, marking our anniversary. The judges for the prizes given to the best articles in the 10th Edition were Lord Neuberger and Lord Wilson, both of whom sit on our Honorary Board.
We do hope you find what you are looking for on this website. If you do not, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please note, this is not a branch of the Law Faculty admissions service.
The Editorial Board
Ben Coady - Editor-in-Chief
Lester Ho - Editor
Amy Hemsworth, Weronika Galka, and Sahil Thapa - Vice-Editors
Cheryl Bee - Secretary
Jackel Cheung - Treasurer
Victoria Goldstraw - Events Officer
Bianca Dammholz and Siobhan Tan - Podcast Editors
Benedict Stanley, Thomas Lim, Oliver Clement, Zofia Gajewska, Fang Wei Chua, Giacomo Bognolo, Jake Emerson, Grace Cheng, and Pearl Hong - Associate Editors
Pedro Lernyei, Joseph Murphy, Darren Leow, Harry Chan, Angel Chun, and Rhys Duncan - Blog Editors