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Call for Papers

 The KSLR EU Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts for blog posts on

 any area of EU law

 (including but not limited to judicial protection, internal market, external relations, financial regulation, data-protection, environmental policies).

Submissions covering any of the following topics are particularly welcome:

  • The future of the EU: reflections and reforms
  • The external dimension of EU policies
  • The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and its application at EU and national level
  • Protecting and enhancing the rule of law in the EU
  • Issues of law or policy of Member States with relevance for the EU

We also invite submissions on:

  • Coverage of EU law-related events
  • Reviews of recently published EU law-related books as well as
  • Recent developments of EU case law

We are looking for 800 – 2000 words articles.

Please refer to our style guidelines.

Please send abstracts or full articles to giulia.gentile@kcl.ac.uk and luigi.lonardo@kcl.ac.uk by 20 February 2018.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The KSLR EU Law Blog Editorial Team

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Europe.think.again – Call for Ideas

Dear All,

The KSLR EU Law Blog is pleased to share with you a EU-related project managed by “Foraus Global”, a Swiss think tank on foreign policy.

In view of the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome establishing the European Economic Community on 25 March 2017, Foraus Global is publishing a short collection of ideas to reform European cooperation.

For more information, please visit the following page: europe.think.again project.

If you are interested in participating or you have further questions, please contact Laura Knopfel (laura.knopfel@kcl.ac.uk). 

We look forward to hearing from you!

The KSLR EU Law Blog editorial team

 

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KSLR Brexit Series

The KSLR EU Blog is pleased to announce that over the next few weeks it will publish a series of articles on the EU referendum and the possibility of Britain leaving the EU (‘Brexit’).  We’ll look at issues such as Ireland’s experience with referendums on EU matters, how other Union members and the USA view ‘Brexit’, the legal technicalities of the referendum which are causing arguments between the ‘In’ and ‘Out’ camps and a review of the new book Britain Alone: The Implications and Consequences of the UK Exit from the EU. 
We’ll kick off today with Anne Wesemann’s post : ‘IN or OUT – WIN or LOSE? Who is really going to feel the Brexit?’