2017 Call for Papers

Dear All,

the KSLR EU Law Blog hereby invites you to submit blogposts in any field of EU law.

We are looking for papers between 1000 and 1500 words focusing on EU law related issues such as the implications of the UK referendum, possible reforms of the EU constitutional framework ad the role of the EU as a global actor.

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.

Please submit abstracts or articles to giulia.gentile@kcl.ac.uk and giorgia.sangiuolo@kcl.ac.uk.

The deadline for the submission is the 1st of June 2017.

Please refer to our style guidelines.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Giulia Gentile                   Giorgia Sangiuolo

Konstanstina Perifanou    Angel Kaloyanov



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 internal market, financial regulation, human rights, data-protection, environment).

Submissions covering any of the following topics are particularly welcome:

  • UK Referendum’s effects on EU law and European integration
  • EU migration law and refugees’ crisis
  • EU law and institutional balances
  • Developments on the relationship between EU law and International law
  • Recent developments of EU social policies

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

Ideally we are looking for 1000 – 1500 words articles.

Please refer to our style guidelines.

Please send an abstract or full articles to giulia.gentile@kcl.ac.uk and giorgia.sangiuolo@kcl.ac.uk by 31 January 2017.

We look forward to hearing from you!


The KSLR European Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts on the topic of

                                        ‘Reforms and Referendums’

David Cameron has promised the United Kingdom a referendum on its membership of the European Union by 2017. Prior to this he seeks to renegotiate the UK’s current position within the EU. Both of these developments have generated much commentary and speculation on issues such as what areas of EU law are ripe for re-negotiation and what the consequences of ‘Brexit’ would be.

Any articles or commentary on ‘Brexit’ or the renegotiation are welcomed. We only accept abstracts relating to EU law.

Please submit abstracts of no more than 250 words by 20 November 2015 to ioanna.hadjiyianni@kcl.ac.uk and amanda.spalding@kcl.ac.uk

Authors of selected abstracts will be informed within three weeks. A full paper (1,000 -1,500 words) should be submitted by 11 January 2016. Please refer to our style guidelines.

The articles resulting from selected abstracts will be posted on the KSLR EU Law Blog website.

The call for papers is open to submissions from students and professionals from the UK and abroad but only specific to EU law.

The KSLR EU Law Blog is also interested in receiving submissions on other topics relating to EU law. Please send an abstract or full paper to the above email addresses.

Please email the above addresses if you have any further questions.

We look forward to hearing from you!




King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) Call for Papers 2015

For the attention of LLB, LLM/MA and PhD students

Dear all,

The King’s Student Law Review is currently looking for students to submit articles between 5,000 and 7,000 words (excluding footnotes). The King’s Student Law Review (KSLR) is a King’s College London publication. It is edited by King’s College London PhD students, and seeks to publish the very best of legal scholarship written by students at King’s and other leading law schools. The KSLR is a prestigious publication that has a wide online presence and is listed in the international database HeinOnline.

The KSLR is an exclusively student-run enterprise, with emphasis on improving academic writing and legal knowledge amongst students. As such, the KSLR aims to provide detailed feedback and comments towards the improvement of the articles received and considered for publication.

Submissions are welcome from all law students, whether at the undergraduate or postgraduate level. It is possible to submit appropriate work that was written as coursework.  Students from all universities are invited to submit papers for consideration by the Editorial Board in the following areas:

Public and Constitutional Law, Human Rights, Tax Law, Financial Law, Commercial Law, Business Law, International Public Law, International Private Law, Legal Theory, Criminal Law, Criminology, EU Law, Tort Law, Competition Law, and Intellectual Property Law

Editors, based on the quality of writing, research and analysis, will make selections for the publication through a blind double peer review. The first issue of 2015 will be published in April.

Submissions for the next issue of the King’s Student Law Review are due by 6th March 2015.

Please submit one article between 5,000 and 7,000 words and an abstract (300 words maximum) using the submission form. For style guidelines and citation format refer to our website.

If you have any queries, please contact the editorial team at: kclstudentlawreview@gmail.com