Recruitment of Melbourne Law School Copy Editors


The Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness  is currently seeking law students to assist in the copyediting of  the Statelessness and Citizenship Review. Melbourne Law School students of the JD or LLM programs are invited to apply.

The Review is the first academic journal worldwide to entirely focus on statelessness and citizenship. It is jointly published by the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness and the Institute of Statelessness and Inclusion.

Each copy editor is expected to work on a minimum of one piece per semester, with work capable of being completed in over two weeks. We work with students to ensure that they do not receive pieces during exam periods.

How to apply

Email the following documents (as one combined PDF) to by 5pm (AEDT) on Friday 10 March 2023:

1. A cover letter addressed to Ashley Blanch (Production Editor), demonstrating experience or interest in the topics of editing, statelessness or citizenship, or interest in pursuing a career in academia/publishing; and

2. A Curriculum Vitae (CV).

Please email if you have any questions. Please include ‘FOR PRODUCTION EDITORS’ in the subject line.

A position description can be accessed here.