An academic journal showcasing the legal scholarship of Western Australian law students

Meet the Team

The team behind the WA Student Law Review.

The Western Australian Student Law Review is run by Editors hailing from different Western Australian law schools. 


CLAUDIA CARR, FOUNDER AND EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Claudia holds a Bachelor of Laws with Distinction from Curtin University. In 2018, she is completing Honours in law as a postgraduate year, writing her dissertation on lawful act duress. She has previously served as a Student Editor and worked as an Editorial Consultant for the International Trade and Business Law Review. Claudia is interested in equity, trusts, and commercial law. 

CASSANDRA LEE, EDITOR

Cassandra holds a Bachelor of Laws with Honours from the University of Western Australia. She is currently working as an associate at the Court of Appeal in the Supreme Court of Western Australia. Cassandra previously served as a research assistant to a professor of law. She is interested in commercial law, particularly intellectual property law.

meika atkins, editor

Meika is in her fourth year of a combined Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts at Curtin University. She previously served as a Student Editor for the International Trade and Business Law Review. Meika is interested in tort law, human rights law and consumer law.

ALEXANDRA MARTIN, EDITOR

Alexandra holds a Bachelor of Laws from Curtin University. She is currently completing Honours in law as a postgraduate year while working as a graduate at EY. Alexandra is interested in corporate law and tax law.


JUNIOR EDITORS

Lewis Pope
Madeleine Durand
Tessa Murabito
Xavier Hazard


JOSHUA HAINES, MEDIA & MARKETING

Joshua is in his second year of law at the University of Notre Dame Australia, having previously completed a degree in Media & Communications at the WA Screen Academy via WAAPA and ECU; he has worked within the film, television, and marketing sphere for near three years. Josh is interested in media arts law, intellectual property, and tort law.


get involved

Generally, the Western Australian Student Law Review recruits new editors at the beginning of each year, but positions may arise throughout the year. Positions are advertised via our website, social media, and through Western Australian law schools and law student societies.