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call for submissions

Following the successful publication of Volume 1 of the Toronto Metropolitan University Law Review (TMU Law Review), we are currently working towards publishing Volume 2, expected in Spring/Summer 2024. 

Though we typically accept submissions on a rolling basis throughout the year, submissions are currently on pause. We anticipate that a formal Call for Submissions for our next volume will be released in late Summer 2024. 


The TMU Law Review welcomes contributions from academics, practitioners, members of the judiciary, students, and recent graduates related to any area of law and legal practice, both public and private, but is especially interested in scholarly and creative work that engages with questions and issues relating to:

  • Social and racial justice

  • Access to justice and justice reform

  • Municipal governance and city building

  • Corporate law and accountability

  • Legal education and pedagogy

  • Developments in legal practice and the legal profession

  • Technology and innovation

  • Indigenous legal orders and decolonization

We are accepting both original research articles (peer-reviewed) and special features (non-peer-reviewed) for consideration. Please see our Submissions Page for detailed submissions requirements and to submit using our online form. Please direct submissions-related questions to

about the tmu law review

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. In addition to our knowledge mobilization efforts, the TMU Law Review also provides valuable opportunities for its student members to develop key skills for their academic and professional careers and enrich their legal education through exposure to a greater breadth of scholarly discourse.

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