Editors’ Comment

We are proud to present the new Student Law Review for Edinburgh Napier University. We are unable to brag decades of existence like most other student law reviews, however, we aim to take advantage of its youth.

Our first aim is to engage more students with the law, regardless of their academic ability. We invite students to write thought-provoking articles, case notes, and reviews on the law for publication in our Law Review Journals. This will allow students to improve their research and written communication skills for their academic progress.

We also aim to modernise the Student Law Review by including a blog discussing the life of a law student. Our team writes high-quality blog posts to provide tips for law students across the UK on matters such as mental health, coursework and exam tips, commercial awareness, careers, interviews with trainees and lawyers, and much more.

We have just launched our very own Book Exchange Service to help make study resources more accessible to all students, regardless of economic circumstances. We 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. Our aim is to ensure that every student has access to a textbook.

It has been a pleasure starting the Law Review and we look forward to seeing it progress in years to come.

Best wishes,

Edinburgh Napier Student Law Review