The Queen's Law Journal
The Queen's Law Journal is one of Canada's leading peer-reviewed legal publications.
Since 1971, the Queen's Law Journal has been a vehicle for high quality research, analysis and critical commentary by legal scholars, practitioners and students.
The Queen's Law Journal strives to foster diversity of opinion on a wide variety of legal issues by publishing inter-disciplinary perspectives on legal topics and encouraging submissions from a range of writers and students. It is run by a student board of editors under the supervision of Professors Jean Thomas and Grégoire Webber.
As a fully refereed and bilingual law review, the Queen's Law Journal has become a respected academic publication with an international audience. The Queen's Law Journal can be accessed in numerous legal databases, including LexisNexis, HeinOnline, Gale, WestLaw, EBSCO.
The Queen's Law Journal is delighted to announce that Professor Sean Rehaag was awarded the Canadian Association of Law Teachers' Scholarly Paper Award for his article in the Fall 2012 edition of the Queen's Law Journal titled "Judicial Review of Refugee Determinations: The Luck of the Draw?" The award is distributed annually to recognize the work of new scholars who have made a substantial contribution to legal literature.