Welcome to the Edinburgh Napier Student Law Review. We are a small team of Editors working hard to spark debate on the law and current issues in the minds of students, as well as legal professionals.
We aim to engage more students to think critically about the law. We strongly encourage all students, regardless of academic ability or level, to write an article for publication in our Journals.
Our blog will feature guidance on issues that, as law students ourselves, we have experienced first-hand. These include mental health, exam stress, revision tips, commercial awareness, and much more.
In addition, we conduct interviews with lawyers and trainees to help students learn more about the specific legal careers available. If you would like to participate in an interview for the Law Review, please contact us and we will organise an interview.
We hope that you enjoy reading our blogs, articles, and Journals. We love to hear from our readers. If you have any suggestions, queries, or corrections, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We have launched our Book Exchange service to help make study resources more accessible to all students, regardless of economic circumstances. We can advertise your book on our website and social media for free or we can donate your book straight to the Napier Law Library on your behalf and we will ensure you take the credit. If you would like to sell/donate a textbook using our service, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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