UCL Jurisprudence Review on Westlaw UK!

All papers of the UCL Jurisprudence Review, from 1994 to 2009 will be available on Westlaw’s electronic database by early November 2009. This achievement shows the recognition of the journal and is testament to the editorial board’s hard work.

Calls for Submissions

The UCL Jurisprudence Review is now accepting papers for submission.

For more information, click here.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Applications for the Review Editorial Board

If you are interested in becoming part of the UCL Jurisprudence Review’s editorial board, please send your CV, together with a short cover letter to Dimitris Katsikis, current Editor-in-Chief. Please email Dimitris at General information on the various positions available in the board is set out the Guide to Participation, which can be downloaded here.

Both undergraduate and postgraduate students reading law at UCL are eligible to apply. Applicants outside UCL’s Laws Faculty will be considered only in extraordinary circumstances.

Applications for 2009/10 editorial board open on the 5th of October. The deadline for applications is the 16th of October. The week from 19th to 23rd of October will be devoted to short interviews with selected applicants, if the Faculty Editor or the Editor-in-Chief deem necessary. We expect the new team to be announced by Monday the 26th of October, 2009. 


  1. Just to clarify: the Editor-in-Chief position is open as well!


  2. Hi everyone

    I wanted to confirm that I have received all the applications for the Editorial Board of the UCL Jurisprudence Review, for the academic year 2009-2010.

    I wanted to thank you all for applying and to inform you that I will now be passing your CVs and Cover Letters to Dr Prince Saprai, our Faculty Editor. You will know whether you will be joining the team by Friday the 30th of October. News will be posted on the website, and successful applicants will be notified by email. Please note that whilst we are extremely grateful for your applications, it is impossible to select everyone, and we will not be contacting you if you are unsuccessful. Consequently, if you find your name here by the 30th of October, congratulations!

    If you have applied for an Editor-in-Chief position, please be ready for an interview (15-20 minutes) this coming Thursday, the 22nd of October. Integral for you is to have a clear plan of what you think the Review should achieve under your editorship.

    The Editor-in-Chief will be chosen by Friday the 23rd of October and has to select his/her team within a week, by Friday the 30th of October. The Faculty Editor is always entitled to look at the applications and suggest additions to the team, but customarily the Editor-in-Chief has considerable discretion over appointing his/her team.

    I hope all this helps to clarify matters.

    All the best