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NUI Galway students launch law review and podcast

05 Jul 2021 / education Print

NUI Galway launches law review and podcast

Students at NUI Galway, in collaboration with the faculty of the school of law, have launched the NUI Galway Law Review.

This legal resource will include a podcast, as well as an annual peer-reviewed journal.

It also has a legal awareness section, and a student publication to amplify “the student voice”. 

Writing skills

The central goal is to encourage students in the development of practical legal writing skills, and to provide a platform for published material.

The website is currently in beta mode with full launch scheduled for August.

Podcast episodes will begin with the return of the college semester in September.

Managing Editor Matthew Mulrooney can be contacted on lawreview@nuigalway.ie 

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