If you wish to submit a potential Article for the next edition of the Journal, please see our submission guidelines below:
We are looking for articles about any specific element of law, or even notes about a recent case, recent legislation or recent legal developments. Articles should be something more than a mere tutorial essay, both in terms of length and depth of academic treatment of the material The submission should concern any subject within the Oxford Moderations Syllabus or the Final Honours School syllabus. A comprehensive list can be found here.
Submissions should be no shorter than 3,000 words, and generally no longer than 6,000 words. If you have a longer piece of writing you may want to submit, feel free to contact us to discuss possible arrangements.
Writing an article or casenote for the Journal is an excellent way to deepen one’s understanding of the relevant subject area and develop crucial skills for academic writing or legal practice. Needless to say, having a “Publications” section in one’s CV is rare and has the potential to set oneself apart from the herd.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. We look forward to your submissions!