Edinburgh Student Law Review

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The Edinburgh Student Law Review (ESLR) is an academic journal published at the University of Edinburgh; it is edited, written and peer-reviewed entirely by students.[1]

The ESLR was established in 2008 and was the first journal of its kind in Scotland. It is currently sponsored by BARBRI International, DLA Piper LLP, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Thomson Reuters and Turcan Connell.[2]

The Honorary President of the journal is Baron Hope of Craighead, former Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, who previously studied at the School of Law in Edinburgh. The Honorary Secretary is Dr Andrew Steven,[3] Scottish Law Commissioner. The present Editors-in-Chief are Alisdair MacPherson and Alasdair Peterson.

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  1. ^ "Edinburgh Student Law Review". 
  2. ^ "Edinburgh Student Law Review". 
  3. ^ "Scottish Law Commission".