The Monash University Law Review is a scholarly refereed law journal based at the Monash University Faculty of Law. Each issue contains articles by prominent academics, judges and legal practitioners, critically discussing a range of legal issues. The Review is held in law libraries and law firms all over the world. It is managed by an editorial committee of particularly high-achieving Monash University students who are assisted by two Faculty Advisors. Past editors include a number of now well-known legal professionals and academics, including a young Arie Freiberg. Editor from 1977–1979, Professor Freiberg served as Dean of Law at Monash University from 2004-2012.
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