Saturday, 30 March 2013

Writers wanted for Medway Law Journal

One of Medway’s newest societies is appealing for writers to provide legal news, academic work, analysis and court reports for their website.
The Medway Law Journal, which was the idea of third year journalist student Jemma Rogers, is an online academic journal similar to the National Law Journal and hopes to rival Cambridge and Harvard.
Already live and just a click away, Jemma has had help from other students including Harriet Lythgo- Smith and Anthony Toma in setting up the website, and is now hoping that other students will get involved and start to write and post content.
Talking about what the journal will offer to students, Jemma said: “It is primarily for people who are interested in really beefing up their CV, as writing for a law journal is highly recognised by employers in any sphere.”
Although the journal has not yet applied to UMSA to become a society, it is hoped to be approved in the near future.
You can find out more by visiting  the group’s Facebook page, or visiting their website. Anyone interested in writing for the journal should email

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