Keele Law Review
The Keele Law Review (KLR) is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed, general law journal, published by the School of Law, Keele University.
The KLR is committed to high-quality research and free access to knowledge.
The KLR applies an open-access policy, to enhance academic inclusion, diversity and accessibility. This policy reflects the Law School’s emphasis on building an inclusive legal community.
On top of applying a double-blind peer-review process, the KLR also has a Student Editorial Team that includes a selective group of current Keele law students.
The KLR was founded in 2020 by Prof Yossi Nehushtan, as a forum for critical legal commentary that also gives students a valuable learning opportunity.
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