‘Juris Illuminae’ is Latin for “the light of the Law”.
Juris Illuminae, the online supplement to our eponymous journal, features succinct and insightful articles penned by our in-house editors, students from the National University of Singapore, as well as a number of distinguished guest writers.
As its name suggests, Juris Illuminae aims to shed light on pertinent legal issues and prompt discussion amongst law students. Aside from discussions on the law, Juris Illuminae articles may also include summaries of recent case law, interviews with prominent members of the legal fraternity, as well as other non-traditional publications.
Unlike our eponymous Journal, Juris Illuminae is freely-available online and published on a rolling basis. All published articles are grouped according to their year of publication, and may be viewed by clicking on respective volume on the left sidebar.
If you wish to write for Juris Illuminae, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in the articles submitted to the Singapore Law Review Journal or Juris Illuminae are accurate, neither the Editorial Board nor the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. Responsibility for the opinions expressed in the articles rests solely with the authors, who are also responsible for the contents of their articles, the accuracy of all quotations and their correct attribution, the accuracy of all citations and bibliographic listings, and the legal right to publish any material submitted, in print or otherwise.
The opinions expressed in the articles are those of the authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Editorial Board or the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore.
The content on this website is for general information only. It is not intended to constitute or be relied upon as legal advice. You should consult a qualified lawyer if you require legal advice.