About the Westminster Law Review
The Westminster Law Review is an interdisciplinary law journal run by an unincorporated association of university students and alumni. Its aim is to provide a publishing platform for undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students, early career researchers (up to 5 years after PhD) and trainees in legal practice, empowering them to contribute to the legal research environment.
The Review publishes two issues per year, in November and May, in addition to ad-hoc special issues. The Editorial Board invites submissions of scholarly articles, legal commentary and book reviews. These will go through a blind peer review process by the academic editors, who are PhD students.
The Westminster Law Review was co-founded in 2011 by Westminster Law School students Saad Minhas, Shamima Chowdhury, Sherif Elgebeily and Pravin Jeyaraj.
Pravin Jeyaraj, Editor-in-Chief
Pravin Jeyaraj completed his PhD in a sociolegal approach to waste policy at the University of Westminster. He has previously worked in property law, corporate social responsibility and as a journalist and has an MA in Journalism from the University of Westminster, a Graduate Diploma in Law from Brunel University and Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice from City University London. He became Editor-in-Chief in 2015, having served in the role of academic editor since 2011.
Shamima Chowdhury, Executive Director
Shamima Chowdhury has recently graduated with a 2:1 in an LLB Law from the University of Westminster. She has completed numerous work experience and internships with major law firms, including Pinsent Masons LLP and 29 Bedford Row Chambers. She is continuing in the role of Executive Director for a second year as an alumni.
Anthony Meacham, Academic Editor
Tony completed his PhD in constitutional law relating to secularism and freedom of religion at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia. He also holds an LLM from the University of New England and an LLB from Macquarie University, both in Australia. He has worked for more than thirty years for the Australian government developing policy and legislation in the fields of welfare and also in higher education. He has taught in Australia, and recently in China, and is currently a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster commencing soon as a lecturer at Coventry University. His research interests lie in the constitutional freedoms and treatment of religious practitioners, as well as those who profess no religion.
Hassan Chowdhury, Website Developer and Maintenance
Hassan Chowdhury is a graduate in Computer Science at Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Sherif Elgebeily, (Editor-in-Chief 2012-2015)
Research Officer and Visiting Lecturer, Centre for Comparative and Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong
Professor Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos
Director of the Westminster Law and Theory Labs, University of Westminster
Professor Lisa Webley
Professor of Empirical Legal Studies, University of Westminster
Saad Minhas, Joanna Econompoulos, Florina Pop, Fran Arguinarena, Anna Vye, Marloes Spreeuw, Victoria Brooks.SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS
The Westminster Law and Theory Lab