The City Law Review is the student-led publication of legal scholarship at City, University of London, operating with the support of the City Law School.
The Editorial Board is comprised of City Law students from all programmes and years of study. The Editorial Board makes all decisions, at the prerogative of the Editor-in-Chief, except those concerning financing, academic review, and unprecedented operations.
The City Law Review has the privilege of having an Academic Advisory Board of City Law School scholars, supervised by Dr. David Seymour, who offer input during the final stages of the process. They act in an advisory capacity, and are not responsible for final decisions.
The City Law Review, published annually in March, is proud to be stored in collection in the City Law Library, the British Library, and the Gray's Inn Library Collection.