The Singapore Law Review (SLR) is managed exclusively by the students from the Law Faculty of the National University of Singapore. The aims of the Review are three-fold:
- To enable students to be more aware of current legal issues;
- To promote legal thinking, legal writing and discussions amongst the students of the Law Faculty; and
- To provide a forum of discussion for the students, academics and members of the legal fraternity.
The Review publishes a newsletter, Juris Illuminae, and a journal, the Singapore Law Review. The journal was first published in 1969 but ceased publication in 1972. In 1983, the Singapore Law Review Journal was revived and published annually.
In addition to its publications, the Review also organises the annual Singapore Law Review Lecture.
Read our Archives to find some writeups on the activities we have organised.