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Partner Journals

In an effort to create greater collegiality amongst student law journals and editors, the TCLR has teamed up with some excellent partner journals from the USA and the UK. These partnerships aim to further promote the work of all of our journals, support student academia, and improve the quality of our work.

King's Student Law Review | King's College London

The King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) in an independent, online academic publication managed by the law PhD students of the Dickson Poon School of LawKing’s College London. The KSLR seeks to publish high quality legal scholarship written by law students at King’s College and other leading law schools around the globe. The KSLR publishes two issues per year, Volume I in the Spring and Volume II in the Winter. The KSLR's publications are listed on HeinOnline and on its website. The KSLR also has two blogs – the KSLR EU Law Blog and the KSLR Commercial Law Blog.

Penn Undergraduate Law Journal | University of Pennsylvania

The Penn Undergraduate Law Journal (PULJ) was founded in 2012. The journal's principal objective is to publish exceptional undergraduate works, drawn from an array of disciplinary perspectives, that evaluate and elucidate the intricacies, vagaries and nuances of law as they relate to domestic and international affairs, business, academia, and society.

University College Dublin Law Review | University College Dublin

The University College Dublin Law Review (UCDLR) is one of Ireland's leading student-edited law journals. The Review is published on an annual basis, and features articles on a variety of legal topics by undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as practitioners, from Ireland and abroad. Previous editions of the UCDLR are available from the Editor or on HeinOnline.

Columbia Undergraduate Law Review | Columbia University

The Columbia Undergraduate Law Review is Columbia's premier undergraduate legal publication, staffed by students from Columbia College, SEAS, GS, and Barnard, and publishing pieces from undergraduate students across the globe.