Legal Studies Undergraduate Journal

The Legal Studies Undergraduate Journal (LSUJ) is a peer-reviewed undergraduate project hosted by the University of Waterloo Legal Studies Society. LSUJ is created and managed by undergraduate students, with assistance from graduate students and faculty, and is published annually. It is intended to showcase exemplary works completed by undergraduate students. We aim to promote the field of Critical Legal Studies while celebrating undergraduate work. The essays that have been selected highlight the vast areas of study within the Legal Studies realm with a variety of topics being covered. 


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Vol 1 (2016): Legal Studies Undergraduate Journal

The Legal Studies Undergraduate Journal seeks to showcase and promote undergraduate essays and research at the University of Waterloo by providing an open-source forum. This is a student-lead project that aims at showcasing undergraduate work while promoting the field of Critical Legal Studies. 

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Articles

Landon Jennings, Amanda Spitzig, Sukhraaj Shergill, Ryan Kinghorn, Tariq Khan, Raquel Damiao
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Landon Jennings
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6-12
Amanda Spitzig
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13-32
Sukhraaj Shergill
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33-45
Ryan Kinghorn
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46-58
Tariq Khan
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59-85