Exeter Law Review
Exeter Law Review
Welcome to the Exeter Law Review, a peer-reviewed law journal which publishes leading legal research from law students, law academics and external researchers from around the world. Topics are broad, covering domestic and international law and legal theory. It operates a blind peer-review process.
Back-issues are published in HeinOnline under both ‘Exeter Law Review’ (2017) and its previous name ‘Bracton Law Journal’ (1965-2011).
Our most recent print edition Volume 47, Academic Year 2021-22 contains the following articles:
- The IMF Loan Conditionalities and Neo-Colonialism: Understanding Through the Third World Approach to International Law - Chloe Cain;
- An Appeal for Abolishing the Sudden Shock Requirement - Leonie Stüssi;
- The Success and Legitimacy of UN Treaty Bodies and UN Special Procedures in Clarifying the Content of Human Rights - Sam Myer;
- Legal Analysis on the Accession of the European Union to the European Convention on Human Rights: Towards a Marriage or a Divorce? - Giselle Vega;
- Filtering Through the Chaff: A Critical Discussion Surrounding Article 17 of the EU Copyright Directive and the Commercial Suitability of its Implementation - Ho-Man Tang.
To view the full articles click on the 'Download Editions' section for Volume 47.
Student Managing Editors:
Student Associate Editors:
Lisa Cherkassky (Senior Lecturer)
Dr Faye Bird
Professor Clair Gammage
Dr Ben Hudson
Dr Craig Newbery-Jones
Ethan O’Gorman Davies
Professor Robin Pierce
Dr Peter Underwood
Dr Helena Wray
Dr David Yuratich
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