The BU Law Review (BULR) is Bournemouth University’s first open access legal journal, showcasing high quality legal analysis, debate and case comments written by Bournemouth University law students. The journal is co-created and edited by students and academics of the Department of Humanities and Law within the Faculty of Media and Communication at Bournemouth University, for the purpose of encouraging research and understanding of the law beyond the syllabus.
The journal is based on an annual publication, with each issue including a central article relating to a unique theme. The main articles are complemented by blog posts and book reviews. For more information on how to submit your work, please see the submission tab.
BULR was founded by Professor Dinusha Mendis and Dr Jeffrey Wale during academic year 2016-2017 with Issue 1 being launched in September 2017. Apart from being a founding member, Dr Jeffrey Wale also acted as Assistant Editor during 2016-2020.
Editorial Board (2019-2020)
Nezhat Habib, LLM Student, Co-Chair
William Bradshaw, First Year Student, Editor
Joseph Dance, Final Year Student, Editor
Sajif Devapalan, Final Year Student, Editor
Dukki Hong, PhD Candidate, Senior Editor
Kenneth Kang, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Senior Editor
Elliott Pardoe, Second Year Student, Editor
Divya Varghese, Second Year Student, Editor