Statute Law Review


The principal objectives of the Statute Law Review are to provide a vehicle for the consideration of the legislative process, the use of legislation as an instrument of public policy and of the drafting and interpretation of legislation.

The Statute Law Review, which was first established in 1980, is the only journal of its kind within the Commonwealth. It is of particular value to lawyers in both private practice and in public service, and to academics, both lawyers and political scientists, who write and teach within the field of legislation.

Online ISSN: 1464-3863
Print ISSN: 0144-3593

Volume 44, Issue 2, 1 AUGUST 2023

Statute Law Rev (2023) 44 (2): 1



Legislative Regulation of Criminal Liability for Environmental Crimes in the BRICS Countries
Civil Liability Institution in Ukraine through the Lens of Reform and European Integration Processes
Legal Gaps: Concept, Content, Problems of the Role of Legal Doctrine in Overcoming them
Surveillance within the Law: A Critique of the Legal Framework for Surveillance of Digital Communications by Law Enforcement Authorities in Botswana
Legislating Through Policy Statements: The Authority of National Visions in the Arabian Gulf
Balancing Privacy and Competition: Evaluating the Competitive Effects of India's Data Protection Bill
Legislative Design of Director's Responsibility in India: In Search of Clarity
A Thankfully Wide Sea between England and Apprendi-Land


 A Samuels Editorial board member
 D R Miers Editorial board member
 G R Drewry , University of London, UK Deputy editor
 Professor T St. John N Bates Editor
 Rt Hon Lord Renton Editorial board member
 T D Pope Editorial board member