The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education

General Editor(s): Call for Applications

In 2024, Professor Chris Ashford and Dr Jessica Guth – the current Co-Editors of The Law Teacher – will stand down as General Editors following ten years leading the journal.

The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education is seeking to appoint a new General Editor or team of Editors to lead a team of deputy and section editors in running the journal from April 2024.  This is an exciting opportunity for creative and collegiate individuals with a dynamic global outlook and passion for legal education.

For over fifty years, The Law Teacher – the journal of the Association of Law Teachers – has sought to act as a focus for the sharing and promotion of excellent teaching practice and research.  The peer-reviewed journal includes work, theoretically engaged and/or empirical, that explores policy and pedagogy in legal education internationally.

More information about the journal can be found here: The Law Teacher | Taylor & Francis Online (

More information about the role of General Editor can be found here: Law Teacher General Editor(s) call April 2023

The deadline for applications is 5pm on 31st May 2023.

General Editors

Professor Chris Ashford – University of Northumbria, UK

Dr Jessica Guth – Birmingham City University, UK

The Law Teacher is a fully-refereed journal concerned with the teaching of law and issues affecting legal education at all academic levels. Whilst it is the journal of the UK-based Association of Law Teachers, both the Association and the journal are international in outlook and contributions from any jurisdiction are welcome in any section of the journal.
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Contributions generally address issues of legal education rather than substantive law as such. What falls within the concept of ‘legal education’ is broadly interpreted, and could include any issues which will be of interest to law teachers. The journal is particularly interested in reporting pedagogical developments, properly grounded in theory and effectively researched and analysed, and the results of empirical research into matters of concern to law teachers.

The Law Teacher is read by academics and teachers of law in Schools around the world, and members of the Association of Law Teachers receive copies as part of their membership.

You can read more about the journal, and view the guidelines on submission here.

The Law Teacher is a peer reviewed journal and the reviews are usually carried out by members of our Peer Review College. Details of membership can be found on the Publisher’s website for the journal and the following Documents set out details of our expectations and provide more information should you be interested in joining us as a reviewer.

Peer Review College and Reviewing Information (presentation)

Reviewing for The Law Teacher Guide 1.1

Sample Reviews

The Law Teacher team are conscious of the pressures of academia and life and that sometimes we all need a break for whatever reason. Rather than lose expertise, experience and enthusiasm from the team, we prefer to encourage people to take leave from their role for a period of time if this is appropriate. Our Leave policy can be accessed here: Law Teacher Leave Policy (Final Draft)


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