The British Undergraduate Law Review – Editorial Committee Recruitment

The British Undergraduate Review is currently recruiting for a team of reviewers and editors for its inaugural Law journal!


The British Undergraduate Review is a non-profit, student run organisation which provides university students across the United Kingdom with a platform for research and discussion. The Review is a forum for academic excellence and debate among undergraduates and celebrate outstanding undergraduate work across the subjects of Philosophy, Politics, Law, and History.


We are recruiting for the following positions:


Peer Review:

Referees are sent submissions – in which they possess knowledge – to review and assess. Peer Reviewers send their assessment to the Editor-in-Chief. Once papers have been shortlisted the peer reviewer is then asked to vote on the selected papers for publication.


Commissioning Editor:

The Commissioning Editor is responsible for anonymising the papers submitted to the Review. Alongside the Editor-in-Chief, the Commissioning Editor also organises and oversees the review process by selecting suitable peer reviewers for each submission.


Typesetting Editor:

The Typesetting Editor is responsible for formatting the Review so that it meets its grammatical and stylistic requirements. Together with the Editor-in-Chief, the Typesetting Editor receives the papers that have been accepted for publication. To be considered for this role you must be able to use LateX.


If you are interested in any of the roles listed below, do register your interest at and we will be in contact with next steps shortly!


More information about the Review can be found on