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OBITER DICTA
The theme for Autumn Term is "International Perspectives on Law".
The deadline for articles is the end of week 6.
Note that this is an open theme. Other articles are also accepted.

Obiter Dicta is the University of Warwick Law Society's termly publication and is entirely student run. It provides a platform for students to voice their opinions on a variety of topics, each issue focuses on a theme but unrelated articles of interest are also published. Articles range from the informative to the controversial. Contributions also come from practitioners, trainees and academics.

The magazine is circulated to all leading UK law firms and barristers along with the entire law school student body and alumni.

Along with articles, features and interviews, the magazine contains the Purple Pages which provides comprehensive advice for students on what they can do post-study whether it be in the legal sector or advice on alternative careers. There is also a section on the Law Society that keeps students up to date with current events within the society.

Obiter Dicta is your chance to get published and have your say so get involved!

The themes for the editions and article deadlines will be posted on the Warwick Law Society website as soon as they become available.

Article Guidelines: articles are to be submitted to od@warwicklawsociety.com only.

  • In order to be considered for publication each article must be accompanied by the author's NAME, DEGREE TITLE, YEAR OF STUDY and WHERE THEY COME FROM and all articles must be given a title.
  • Articles should be submitted with full references and foot notes. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.
  • The Co-Editors reserve the right to publish or reject any of the submitted articles.

If you need any more information, help or advise please get in touch.

Your Co-Editors,

Mariam Akanbi and Zoe Brocket

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