There are two ways to get involved with the CJHR:
Editors are appointed each spring. Positions are open to students entering their second and third years of law school. The Editorial Board assists the Faculty Editor-in-Chief with article selection and editors are responsible for ensuring that articles make their way through the editorial process. Editors are responsible for the bulk of the editing in addition to overseeing junior editors throughout the year. Editors are also eligible to receive academic credit for their work.
Junior editors are appointed early in the school year following an orientation session. Students volunteering as junior editors are normally in their first years of law school. Junior editors will be involved in many stages of the editorial process and gain valuable experience and insight into how an academic journal operates. They will also have the opportunity to gain increased familiarity with the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 8th Edition (McGill Guide).