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Anglia Ruskin Law Review: Welcome

The Anglia Ruskin Law Review strives to promote academic excellence and is dedicated to addressing controversial or leading legal issues.

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About Us

The Anglia Ruskin Law Review is a peer review law journal for students and academics of ARU to exhibit outstanding research. The Review is run by students who carry out the editing and publishing of every issue. Our bi-annual releases will share some of the university’s finest legal writing with a view to encouraging and inspiring other students to push themselves to reach their academic potential.

The Review

Volume 1 Issue 1 - Download as a pdf

Write for us

If you are a current or former student of ARU, we welcome the submission of any written work for consideration. Ideally, this would be either case comments/law bulletins of 1,000-2,000 words, medium length articles of 2,000-5,000 words or longer articles/research papers of 5,000-8,000 words.

Please note intellectually property rights over articles chosen for publication will vest in the university subject to contract. We reserve the right to refuse publication of any content that may be seen as offensive or contrary to university policy.

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Submission Guidelines

  • All submissions must be in Gadugi, font size 12, spacing 2.0 and justified.
  • All footnotes should be in Gadugi 10, with no spacing and should conform to OSCOLA 4th Edition.
  • Word limits are exclusive of footnotes.
  • All submissions must be accompanied with an abstract of around 10% of the total word count.
  • The manuscript should be accompanied with the author’s name and email.
  • All entries should be submitted in .doc/.docx formats.

Contact us

If you have any questions regarding the ARLR, would like to write for us or join the editorial committee, please feel free to contact Hugo Haub, Editor in Chief, or Bethan Livingstone, Deputy Editor in Chief.