Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform

Appeal Law Journal

Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform is a double-blind, peer-reviewed law journal published through the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada).

Appeal publishes articles, case commentaries, and book reviews that offer insightful commentary on Canadian and comparative law. This law journal also promotes legal scholarship in its political, philosophical, and social contexts. Appeal is student-run, and its Editorial Board aims to publish primarily student compositions.

Submissions:

The deadline for submissions for Volume 24 is October 9th, 2018. 

Please send submissions electronically to appeal@uvic.ca. All submissions must be saved as Microsoft Word documents, and they must adhere to the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 8th Edition (the "McGill Guide").

Submissions may be any length, but a 3,000 to 9,000 word limit is suggested. The Editorial Board will consider the content of a submission and the form of the submission when assessing word limits (book reviews should contain fewer words than essays, as an example). 

Papers should have been completed while studying at the undergraduate or graduate law student level, and submissions must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. 

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Publications:

Appeal is an annual publication, published electronically through this website, HeinOnline, CanLII, and LexisNexis QuickLaw.

Volume 23 of Appeal was released in March 2018.

WANT TO READ APPEAL? DOWNLOAD VOLUME 23 (2018).

Print subscriptions are available for CAD20.00. To subscribe to Appeal, email the Editorial Board at appeal@uvic.ca.

Contact Appeal:

appeal@uvic.ca

Appeal Publishing Society
University of Victoria
Faculty of Law
PO Box 1700 STN CSC
Victoria, British Columbia
V8R 4N3
Canada

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Contact Appeal’s Editorial Board:

Editor-in-Chief

Rachael Gardner

Submissions Department

Caroline Grady
Amanda Johnson

Business Department

Chris Barran

Publication Department

Michelle Wong
Kara Ellison
Laura Churchman

Public Relations and Fundraising Department

Brian Reigh
Emily Harrison

Podcast Department

Nico Bernardi