Information for Students
What does the Adelaide Law Review mean for students?
The Adelaide Law Review (ALR) course introduces students to legal publishing and editing. Students will consider the legal journal as a means of legal education, involving them in the production of the annual editions of the ALR. Students will also consider the role of legal publications, critically analyse submitted material and comment upon a diverse range of legal scholarship. Finally students will develop skills in advanced legal writing, copy-editing and journal production.
Further information on the course: Adelaide Law Review Part A and B (LAW 3506 A/B).
Those students interested in the Adelaide Law Review Subject are asked to contact Corinne Walding.