ELSA UK and ELSA Ireland, in partnership with Sheffield Centre for International and European Law, are delighted to launch the call for submissions for the second edition of the Student Comparative and European Law Review (SCELR).
Submissions are invited from all students who are studying at a higher education institution in the United Kingdom or Ireland. This includes those enrolled on law conversion courses and those who are studying for professional training courses such as the LPC or the BPTC. Submissions should be written on the subject of comparative law, the law of the European Union, or the European Convention on Human Rights. Articles should be 4,000 to 10,000 words. Case notes should be 1,000 to 4,000 words. We warmly encourage submissions from students who are writing legal dissertations or legal research projects as part of their undergraduate or postgraduate degree courses, provided these articles have not been and will not be published elsewhere.