Call for Contributors and Reviewers at the LUMS Law Journal

Thursday, June 20, 2019

LLJ is a peer-reviewed journal of Shaikh Ahmad Hassan Law School (SAHSOL) at LUMS, intended as a forum for scholarly debates amongst law students, faculty, lawyers, judges, practitioners, and experts on important legal issues. The Journal is currently inviting applications for the position of Contributors and Reviewers.

LLJ aims to understand, analyse and, in the process, inform legal discourse, in Pakistan and beyond, which may lead to policy reforms. If selected, you will work with the LLJ editors for one-year, renewable subject to performance, and will be expected to periodically contribute, review and edit scholarship on contemporary legal issues, with a particular focus on Pakistan and abroad. These contributions might take various forms including journal articles, case-notes, legislative reviews, and book reviews on pertinent legal issues.


You should have a background in law with excellent research, writing, and analytical skills. Law faculty, legal practitioners, and doctoral students are encouraged to apply for this position.  Selected candidates will have their profiles displayed at the webpage of the LLJ. 

How to Apply?

Please send a cover letter stating your qualifications and experience, and a writing sample of not more than 2,000 words, that shows your research and analytical skills in law, at


The deadline to apply for this position is 30 June 2019.