The Law Review Anthology is a student-led digital project founded by the students of various law schools to provide a space for a discourse on law and society unconstrained by form, subject or genre.
We publish intelligent, thought-provoking and well-written original articles related to law and society. If you are interested in writing for us, we are keen to hear from you. If you have a topic that you would like to write about, email an outline of your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the idea is accepted, we will contact you to develop it further.
All posts are reviewed by two editors from the TLRA Editorial Board. If any changes are required, it will be sent back to the author for revisions at this stage. Once we have a final draft, the piece will be published.
Articles should be thought-provoking and accessible. We invite content in the form of articles, long-form pieces, interviews, political and legal commentary, media analyses, reports on current events, cultural critiques, and observations.
All pieces should be between 2500 to 3000 words, not including references.
Manuscripts should be written in academic language.
Joint submission of two co-authors is allowed.
Be wary of plagiarism. All sources should be reliable and referenced within the text and in a bibliography. Please use hyperlinks for acknowledging sources rather than footnotes or endnotes.
Hate language including but not limited to racist, sexist, anti-Semitic and homophobic speech will not be published. This includes the use of stereotypes and racial tropes, the denial of historical events.