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Law Review

The Caribbean Law Review publishes articles on any area of law relevant to the Caribbean region along with pertinent case commentaries and book reviews. The Journal will both assist interested persons in staying abreast with recent developments and provide extensive discussion on legal reform.

Frequency of publication: Bi-annually
Contents: Case commentaries, book reviews and articles accepted

Advisory and Editorial Committee 

Advisory Committee:
  • Dr Antonius Hippolyte, Dean (Acting), Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus (ex-officio)
  • Nicole D. Foster, General Editor, Caribbean Law Review (ex-officio)
  • Lt. Col Browne, Officer in Charge, Faculty of Law Library, University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus (ex-officio)
  • Professor Rose-Marie Belle Antoine, Principal and Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus
  • Professor Shazeeda Ali, Dean, Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus
  • Professor Emerita Velma Newton, Faculty of Law University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus
  • Professor Adelle Blackett, McGill University
  • Professor Larry Gostin, Georgetown University
  • Professor Richard Albert, Texas University
  • Justice Peter Jamadar, Caribbean Court of Justice
  • Rene Baptiste SC
  • Tonya Bastian Galanis, Principal, Eugene Dupuche Law School, The Bahamas
Editiorial Committee:
  • Professor David Berry, Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus
  • Dr Jason Haynes, Assistant Professor, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • Justice Jacqueline Cornelius, Judge, Barbados Supreme Court & Justice of Appeal, Turks and Caicos Court of Appeal (non-resident)
  • Tammi Pilgrim, Attorney-at-Law & Group Head of Litigation, Digicel Group

Contact Information

Mailing address
Faculty of Law,
Cave Hill Campus
University of the West Indies

Telephone:   1-246-417-4224

Information for Authors

  • Frequency of publication: bi-annually
  • Types of submissions: articles, case notes and book reviews.
  • Articles are to be less than 10,000 words excluding footnotes and should include an abstract of 100 words with 3 - 5 key words. Case notes and book reviews are to be less than 2,500 words excluding footnotes. The citation style for submissions is Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA). Available at
  • Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis and must be made electronically, in Microsoft Word format, by way of email attachment (to Personal details (name, academic and professional qualifications, institutional affiliation and current occupation of each author) are to be included as an asterisk to the author’s name at the foot of page one.
  • All submissions must be made exclusively to the Caribbean Law Review. The Caribbean Law Review does not consider articles, case commentaries or book reviews which have been submitted elsewhere. 
  • Submissions will be peer reviewed by at least two persons. Authors will be notified as soon as possible of the outcome of the peer review.
  • It is the Author’s responsibility to ensure that all citations are correct and that submissions do not infringe copyright. Submissions equally must not be obscene or defamatory.

Please direct queries to or  1-246-417-4224.