Partners Reviews

A true European collaboration between university newspapers is underway, and we are proud to be part of it and represent our beloved French university, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.We are currently maintaining a reciprocal relationship to ensure that readers of each journal are regularly informed about the other publication’s forthcoming projects, Calls for Submissions, and events. The aim of this partnership is to further transnational and bi-lingual legal scholarship.

Now in its 7th year of publication, the LSE Law Review is an academic law journal that publishes articles written by law students from top law schools around the world. They have a main journal dedicated to research articles and essays (, as well as a blog site for case notes and shorter articles ( The LSE Law Review is one of the only student-run academic law journals in the UK, operating year-round and actively encouraging submissions on almost any legal topic from undergraduate and postgraduate students, regardless of their university.

De Jure is the legal journal of ELSA Athens, which is published three times a year. The journal's publication site is part of ELSA Athens' overall effort for varied and quality academic activities which, combined with STEP and the department of seminars and conferences, constitute the fundamental portals of ELSA's activity.  ELSA Athens is the European Law Students' Association of Athens, as well as the European Union of Young Lawyers.

The University of Bologna Law Review is a legal journal run by University of Bologna School of Law students and published by the Department of Legal Studies. Its main purpose concerns being a qualified research tool for practitioners, scholars, students, legislators, and others interested in legal studies.




The King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) is an independent online academic publication managed by the postgraduate research students at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London. The KSLR seeks to publish high-quality legal scholarship written by the law students at King’s College and other leading law schools around the globe. The KSLR publishes two issues per year. Moreover, the Journal also publishes several thematic special editions and manages two academic blogs: the KSLR Forum Blog and the KSLR Commercial and Financial Law Blog. The KSLR’s publications are listed in the international database HeinOnline and can be accessed via its website.

The KSLR team may be contacted via email at

                                                           Revue juridique étudiante de l'Université de Montréal

The Revue Juridique étudiante de l'Université de Montréal (R.J.E.U.M.) is an electronic scientific journal dedicated to the dissemination of student research in law. Managed by students, for students, the Revue is a publication space that is both rigorous and accessible. Rigorous, because the selection of content is ensured by an anonymous peer-review process, the cornerstone of scientific publication, with our reading committee drawing on the knowledge of some forty law professors and experts. Accessible, because the exclusion of contributions from professors lowers the level of competition, as the Journal seeks to publish promising authors who stand out from the crowd.

                                                           USFQ Law Review

USFQ Law Review is a free-authored, peer-reviewed and indexed academic law journal that will be published twice a year starting in 2021, with the first issue of this volume published in May and the second in October 2021. The journal was born in 2012 from a student initiative. Since then, it has been the first legal periodical in Ecuador entirely developed, managed and edited by undergraduate students at the College of Jurisprudence of the University of San Francisco in Quito, Ecuador. Its aim is to provide a space for national and international experts in various fields of law, such as students, professionals and academics, to publish legal research articles in which different perspectives and critical opinions on current legal issues are raised. In addition, it seeks to be a source of research for its high-level academic content and to improve the quality of legal debate in Ecuador and throughout the region, responding to the needs of the legal community, both nationally and internationally.