No. 16-22, March 2017: Special Edition, 'The Future of Refugee Law?', RLI 1st Annual Conference.
No.14, July 2015: The true human rights situation in Eritrea: the new UK Home Office Guidance as a political instrument for the prevention of migration. Sara Palacios Arapiles, LLM (Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussels).
No.13, May 2015: Access to citizenship in transitional Myanmar: Seeking Rohingya rights the wrong way?. Laura Parker, BA (Cantab), MA (London).
No. 12, April 2014: The Eye of the Beholder: Asylum Adjudication by Diplomatic Authorities in Latin America. Nicolás Rodríguez Serna.
No. 11, March 2014: Protection of Refugees in India: Quest for National Refugee Law. Shuvro Prosen Sarker, PhD Candidate, The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, India
No.10, October 2013: The ‘Left-to-Die Boat’ incident of March 2011: Questions of International Responsibility arising from the Failure to Save Refugees at Sea. Efthymios Papastavridis, Part-time Lecturer, Democritus University of Thrace
No.9, October 2013: Country Guidance in Asylum cases: Approaches in the UK and Sweden. Rebecca Stern, Senior Lecturer in International Law, Faculty of Law, Uppsala University
No.8, August 2013: Undocumented Migrants in Resistance against Detention: Comparative Observations on Germany and France, Christoph Tometten, Preparatory Judicial Trainee at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin
No.7, August 2013: Narrating Atrocity: Obstacles to Proving Credibility in Asylum Claims, Carol Bohmer (Dartmouth College) and Amy Shuman (Ohio State University)
No. 6, July 2012: Judicial Checklist of Country of Origin Information and Due Process in the Light of EU (Fundamental) Law. Boštjan Zalar, High Court Judge of the Republic of Slovenia
No. 5, June 2012: Smuggling of Asylum-seekers and Criminal Justice. Vladislava Stoyanova, Lund University Sweden
No. 4, May 2012: Rights Displaced: The Effects of Long-term Encampment on the Human Rights of Refugees Svetlana Sytnik, London School of Economics and Political Science
No. 3, January 2012: The Interpretation of the Convention Ground of `Membership of a Particular Social Group´ in the Context of Gender-related Claims for Asylum. A critical analysis of the Tribunal’s approach in the UK. Christel Querton, the Women’s Project at Asylum Aid
No. 2, December 2011: State of Exception: An Agambenian perspective on the detention of North Koreans in South Korea. Darren Southcott, School of Advanced Study, University of London
No. 1, November 2011: Authority and inclusion: Reconsidering Integration in a Fragmented Age. Professor Loren B Landau, University of Witwatersrand (South Africa).