The Wrongful Conviction Law Review is a non-profit, open access, peer-reviewed international journal focusing on wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice. While we are fundamentally a law review, we welcome submissions from other disciplines (e.g. criminology, sociology, psychology, criminal justice etc.). We aim to be the preeminent repository of articles, book reviews and case commentaries in our field of endeavour. We will publish high-quality, original, empirical and theoretical research.
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