The Law Review accepts submissions from current law students (LLB/JD), graduate students (LLM/SJD), articling students, students clerking at a court in any jurisdiction, and recent law school graduates. The Law Review does not have a particular thematic focuswe consider for publication any piece of student scholarship containing novel subject matter related to legal thought or debate that may be of interest to Canadian readers. Articles with an international focus, however, must have a clear application to Canadian legal literature. The Law Review reviews submissions in September and January for Issue 1 and Issue 2, respectively.

Submissions to Issue 1 or Issue 2 of the Law Review will be automatically considered for our Torys Fellowships. If your paper shows promise but cannot be developed for publication within the timeframe for production of the Winter or Spring issues, your paper would make for an excellent candidate for a Torys Fellowship and for subsequent resubmission to the Law Review.

For more information, please visit the Information for Authors page, or e-mail our Editorial Manager at