The Editorial Committee of the African Law Review Journal (ALR) invites submission of articles, legal opinions and case notes for the second issue of the Journal. ALR is a high-quality peer reviewed journal published under the auspices of the Black Lawyers Association-Legal Education Centre.
The ALR provides a platform to members of the legal profession ( law students included) to mould African Jurisprudence, offer critical comments and analysis on judgments of all superior courts, including the International Criminal Court ( provided the accused is an African ). The ALR editorial committee encourages contributors / writers to submit informative articles, legal opinions and case notes on the following areas and sub-areas:
- Constitutionality of parliamentary bills and statutes.
- Consumer law, constitutional and administrative law;
- Human rights and transformation;
- Administrative justice, constitutionalism and good governance;
- Separation of powers and the Rule of law.
Together with the above outlined areas of focus, articles and legal opinions along the following sub-themes/areas are encouraged for the second edition of the ALR.
- Expropriation of land without compensation;
- Judicial Review in South-Africa; and
- The constitutionality of the Prescription Act.