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Deputy editor sought for Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law


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The Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law (JIANL) is the only peer-reviewed journal on British immigration law. It is the official journal of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association and has a wide readership among interested academics, practitioners, NGOs and others. It publishes challenging, well-written articles with both a domestic and international focus from academic and practitioner authors. The editorial team is supported by a prestigious editorial board and excellent technical support from Bloomsbury/Hart.

The editor, Dr Helena Wray, is looking for a deputy to work with her in leading the journal and this is to ask those who might be interested to come forward. We would prefer someone with some experience in reviewing or editing and with an interest in immigration law and/or understanding of the UK’s legal system.

The role is part-time and involves no more than a few hours’ work per week. There is a small annual payment.

If you would like to be considered, please send a covering email and CV by 2 October 2020 to Helena Wray at h.wray@exeter.ac.uk.

Please also get in touch if you would like an informal conversation about the role.

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