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Edinburgh Student Law Review

The Edinburgh Student Law Review (ESLR) is an academic journal published by students studying at the University of Edinburgh; the journal is edited, written and peer-reviewed entirely by students. It has been sponsored by Herbert Smith and Balfour + Manson Solicitors since its inception in 2008.[1]

The honorary President of the journal is at current Lord Hope of Craighead,[2] Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, who himself studied at the School of Law in Edinburgh. The present Editor-in-Chief is Stephen Bogle.

See also

External links

  • Edinburgh Student Law Review
  • University of Edinburgh

References

  1. ^ [1] Edinburgh Student Law Review
  2. ^ [2] Editorial Board


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