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The Plassey Law Review

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The Plassey Law Review is a student-run law review established at the University of Limerick. The Review will publish articles and case notes on legal topics submitted primarily by law students or graduates from UL and other universities. The Review is established in conjunction with the School of Law at the University of Limerick and will be overseen by an Editorial Board comprising students and an Advisory Board comprising members of the faculty.

The Editorial Board

The Editorial Board of the Plassey Law Review consists entirely of students of the University of Limerick. The Board is responsible for analysing and editing submissions for publication in conjunction with the Advisory Board. In addition to the Board's core editorial duties, individual members have a variety of different responsibilities related to the administration of the Review.

Editorial Board of the Second Edition:

Áine Crowley - Editor-in-Chief

Molly Kavanagh - Deputy Editor

Rachel White - Deputy Editor

Helen Keeley - Secretary

Steven Marren- Senior Editor

Niamh Byrne - Senior Editor

Adam Croker - Junior Editor

Cian Cremins - Events Coordinator

Emma Worrall and Aoife Glennon - PRO

Grace Egan and Katie Fleming - Sponsorship officers

Submissions

The submission opening dates and closing dates are available through the UL Plassey Law Review LinkedIn and Instagram.

Social Handles

Instagram - @ulpasselawreview

Linkedin - UL Plassey Law Review

Prizes

The University of Limerick School of Law has kindly sponsored the Review with a prize of €100 for published case notes and Law firms have kindly sponsored €150 each for individual essay prizes.

 

1st edition Prizes

University of Limerick Law Society Prize for each individual essay.

 

2nd edition Prizes

McCann FitzGerald Law and Technology prize

William Fry Diversity and Inclusion prize

Arthur Cox Public Law Prize

Community Law and Mediation Environmental Prize

 

Publications

Plassey Law Review (2nd edition)

Plassey Law Review (1st edition)