Queen's Law Journal

Queen's Law Journal
Queen's Law Journal

  • Previous QLJ Issues

    Previous Issues of the Queen's Law Journal.

  • QLJ Office Meeting

    Editors meeting to discuss a new submission in the Queen's Law Journal office.

  • Reading in the Lederman Library

    An editor searching for sources in the Lederman Library. 

  • Volunteer Training Session

    Volunteers attending their first training session on the McGill Guide.

  • An editor reading a published version of the Queen's Law Journal.

    An editor reading a published version of the Queen's Law Journal.

 

QLJ / CLELJ / CJCA Applications

The joint application for the Queen's Law Journal, the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal, and the Canadian Journal of Commercial Arbitration can be found here

About Us 

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 interdisciplinary 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 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, and EBSCO.