The Aston Student Law Review is a journal created by Aston Law School to showcase the best essays from current Aston Law students, as well as any other pieces of work that they may contribute.
The Aston Student Law Review features essays written by Aston Law School students on a variety of issues. As explained by Dr Daniel Cash, Editor-in-Chief:
"The Review enables us to celebrate the excellent work of our students. Previous editions have included essays on many different topics, addressing issues of law that students have come across as part of their studies and other issues of practical significance that students have found to be of interest to them."
In this seventh edition of the Aston Student Law Review, we have three articles submitted by law students, focusing on issues within Commercial Law. Then a further two articles have been submitted by law students looking at Company Law and Legal System.
You can download the seventh issue below.
In this sixth edition of the Aston Student Law Review, we have three articles submitted by law students. The first two articles build upon first year studies in Jurisprudence. The third article builds upon the research taken for a final year dissertation.
You can download the sixth issue below.
In this Special Edition, there are articles that focus on issues such as the development of black women within the legal arena, and also the potential future for the legal field with regards to the progression of women within it. To accompany this critical analysis, there are biographies of famous figures such as Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We also have an interview with a practicing lawyer, together with fascinating insights into the lives of inspiring women outside of the UK.
You can download the fifth issue below.
In this fourth issue of the Aston Student Law Review, there are a number of pieces that aim to examine important issues ranging from the development of Fraud-related regulation from two very different fields, to an analysis of legislation in the digital age.
You can download the fourth issue below.
The third issue is a special edition containing essays on alternative dispute resolution and arbitration. The essays are written by students on Aston Law School’s Commercial Law module in 2017-18. The Foreword is written by Lord Thomas, the former Lord Chief Justice.
You can download the third issue below.
This second issue contains articles on Equity and Trust Law, Legal Theory, Comments on Brexit and Corporate Governance, and finally a review of a recent conference on Insolvency Law that took place in Aston in November.
You can download the second issue below.
April 2018 marks the first volume of the Aston Student Law Review.
The publication features the works of current students within Aston Law School, and is designed to both showcase the work of the students, but also provide interesting and thought-provoking reading for students.
This review contains articles on Commercial Law, European Union Law and Legal Theory, as well as a Q&A with Mary Prior QC.
You can download the first issue below.