Editor and Business Manager applications are now open and close Sunday, 18 March 2018. Please email questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply to be an editor, complete the Application Form and email it to the Editors-in-Chief together with your completed extract, CV, academic transcript and legal writing (optional). Please read the instructions on the Application Form carefully.
The AULR offers training programmes covering the basic principles of legal research, writing, editing, style, grammar and punctuation. Sub-editors will be responsible for checking the accuracy and veracity of footnotes. Senior editors will assist authors with stylistic and argumentative clarity.
Editing for the Review is a great addition to your CV and many of our alumni are leaders in the legal profession today. Furthermore, the Review is well received internationally, particularly in the United States. There are also opportunities for paid editing work for the New Zealand Law Review. Other benefits include networking opportunities with our alumni, and free legal research and writing training.
Join the editorial team now.
The Application Form and extract (with errors) is available here.
Business Managers 2018
Students with practical business experience are encouraged to apply as Business Managers. The Business Manager is in charge of running our accounts, invoicing subscribers, organising the printing and worldwide delivery of the journal, and developing a pricing/sales strategy. He or she also helps organise the Contributors’ Symposium and Alumni Dinner. Ideally, the Business Manager will have some experience working in a financial role within other organisations or have some accounting and financial knowledge. This position would suit any reliable and hardworking student pursuing a BCom conjoint.
Business Managers will have an office at the Law School (801-106).
If you are interested in this position, send us an email with your CV and academic transcript. Please register your interest ASAP.