Call for Papers – Public Health/Housing Law

Thematic call on ‘Public health and emergency measures/Housing law’

For the next few months the King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) Forum will be encouraging submissions relating to public health and emergency measures, and recent developments in housing law.

Submissions relating to the broad theme of public health may address topics such as emergency legislation in times of crisis (such as Covid-19), examination of public health more generally, and the law’s place in ensuring this.

With regard to housing law, we ask for submissions engaging with recent developments in the rights of tenants. For example, those under Homes Act 2018 and Tenant Fees Act 2019 and the impact upon groups such as students.

This thematic call will end 26 June at 6pm (BST).

Submissions must be 500-2,500 words in length, comply with OSCOLA, and must reference relevant legal sources including any judgments, laws, treaties or other legal texts. Papers must be clear and concise, leaving out excessive jargon.

Please email your submission to Authors are asked to include their submission title and institutional affiliation. Further information about the KSLR and the KSLR Forum can be found on our website.

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