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The Law Journal was, at the time, the first and only local legal publication on our island. Its existence was indicative of a lacuna, one which academics would not fill. It took a group of law students, balancing their studies and other commitments, to organise such a publication.

This journal was not long lived, with only three volumes being published, however it set a precedent. A precedent which was only fulfilled after twenty years of absence, when the law students resurrected the project, rebranding it to Id-Dritt, where it has continued to this day, becoming an annual publication which is the crown jewel of the Malta Law Students' Society.


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