The inaugural edition of the NILS UK Law Review is one of the first student-led national law journals aimed at every level of legal study and practice in the UK. NILS UK Law Review was founded in furtherance of a primary aim of NILS International: to contribute to legal education internationally. NILS International is the world’s fastest-growing law students’ association, with over 5,000 members in 26 countries across 6 continents.
This issue contains the following articles:
- Toby Goodman (University College London), ‘The Criminalisation of Incest’.
- Matthew Finnie (University of Aberdeen), ‘The Right to Unilateral Humanitarian Intervention in Public International Law’.
- Michelle Medeiros (University of Southampton), ‘Reforming the Parliamentary and Health Services Ombudsman’.
- Emma Pettifor (University of Nottingham), ‘Managing Climate Migration’.
- Andrew Macsad (University of Bristol), ‘Cybercrime: Which Jurisdiction Should Prosecute?’.
- Blessing Park (City University), ‘“Is it Because I’m Black?” Reforming the Immigration Act’s Discriminatory Stop and Search Powers’.
- Mohammed Subhan Hussain (BPP Law School), ‘Islamic Law on Child Marriages: A Transnational Critique’.
- Lucie Collins (SOAS, University of London) ‘The European Union’s Response to the Migration Crisis’.