The Editors of Judicial Review are looking to appoint a new Assistant Editor. The journal publishes four times a year, with articles being published on-line first, and covers developments of particular relevance to practitioners across the full spectrum of judicial review work. The role will involve reviewing and proof-reading draft articles, maintaining ongoing work lists and other administrative tasks relating to the journal. The successful applicant will be expected to liaise regularly with the Editors; attend occasional meetings with the publishers and Editors; will have an opportunity to discuss proposals for articles and potential areas of work with the Editors; and will be able to work more generally on the strategic direction of the journal. The position comes with a modest, annual payment.

The position will be of particular interest to junior practitioners in the public law field, looking to increase their exposure to contemporary discussion of developments in judicial review case-law. Assistant Editors have on two previous occasions subsequently been appointed Editors, although there is no guarantee of this. Applications, by way of CV and covering letter detailing applicants’ relevant experience and explaining their interest, should be made by e-mail to and by no later than 4.30pm on 28 October 2022. The Editors anticipate making the appointment soon thereafter with the position to start before the end of the Michaelmas term.