The Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics
The Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics is a student led peer-reviewed journal founded in 2012.
It enables selected pieces written by our students to be published on an annual basis, exhibiting the best academic work on both the undergraduate and graduate levels and showcasing the high quality teaching and learning at the School of Law.
Run through a partnership of the law faculty members and a board of student editors, the Manchester Review aims to continue in the footsteps of great legal journals like Harvard and Yale Law Reviews. It contributes to the development of essay writing as well as providing students with a unique outlook on potential academic and legal careers. Fully supported by University of Manchester staff and students, the journal strives to act as an academic beacon for the University, recognising and rewarding students for their work.
To purchase a hard copy of the Manchester Review, or to contact the team, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sixth edition was published in October 2017.
The fifth edition was released in October 2016.
The fourth edition was released in October 2015.
The third edition was released in October 2014.