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We are no longer accepting submissions for Volume 75, thank you to everyone who submitted their work for consideration. Volume 76 will be accepting submissions later in the year.

The Law Review accepts submissions from eligible students worldwide. The Law Review welcomes the submission of articles, case comments, book reviews, notes and letters. Before submitting, please remember to remove all identifying information (i.e. your name, university, etc.) from your paper. See Information for Authors for more information and further submission requirements for the Law Review.

Along with the Torys Fellowships, the Law Review also awards two writing prizes annually. The Martin L. Friedland Prize is awarded to the best article article written by a student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. The Bill Scadding Essay Prize is awarded to the student registered in the University of Toronto Faculty of Law who submits the best essay in Family Law to the Law Review.

All submissions must comply with the requirements on the Information for Authors page to be considered for publication.  If you have any questions about our submissions requirements or the review process, you may e-mail our Editorial Manager at