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Journals and Literature

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Students at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law play a central role in the development and publication of journals and other literary works that embody the law school’s core pillars. 

TMU Law Review
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Founded in 2022, the TMU Law Review is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal published annually through the Lincoln Alexander School of Law at Toronto Metropolitan University. Currently operating as a faculty-led model with the support of a student editorial and operations team, the TMU Law Review is dedicated to publishing high-quality and cutting-edge scholarly and creative work that speaks to some of the most important issues affecting the contemporary legal and social landscape, both in Canada and beyond.

Wrongful Conviction Law Review
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The Wrongful Conviction Law Review (WCLR) is a non-profit, open access, peer-reviewed international journal focusing on wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice. Lincoln Alexander Law students make up the entire student editorial board and play a key role in publishing high-quality and preeminent literature alongside experts in the field. 

Legal Innovation Zone Blog Posts
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Lincoln Alexander Law students are provided with the opportunity to write an article for the Legal Innovation Blog (opens in new window) ! The Legal Innovation Zone is a global hub focused on building better legal solutions for the consumers of legal services. The LIZ helps support, foster and develop solutions and techniques to improve legal services and the justice system and was the world’s first legal tech incubator.

Check out an article about the legal implications of robot drivers (opens in new window)  written by one of our students, Naime Isja.