The Call for Submissions is Currently Closed

The Student Comparative and European Law Review will soon open our call for Volume IV. We accept submissions from undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate law students on any area of law. To submit, please ensure you have read the submission guidelines, then proceed to complete the submission form below.

Submission Guidelines for Volume IV

The Deadline for Submissions to Volume IV will be released shortly.

All articles should be written in English. Articles should be no longer than 10,000 words. Case notes should be a maximum of 3,000 words. All word counts are exclusive of footnotes. The Editorial Board may consider longer scripts at its discretion. Authors are required to prepare their manuscripts according to the OSCOLA system of legal citation. The editorial process will be collaborative, with any edits made with the cooperation of the authors. Submissions should be written on the subject of comparative law, the law of the European Union, or the European Convention on Human Rights.

Please ensure compliance with the Style Guide and Rules prior to submission.

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