We invite submissions on the following:
o EU legal developments
o Book reviews
o Case notes
o Events/publications of interest
Length and format
o In order to increase readability and accessibility, we encourage submissions of articles between 800 and 1200 words.
o We are also happy to post longer essays of over 1,200 words if appropriate for the topic. Please do get in touch with the editorial team if you are interested.
o Please send us your draft article in Word format, along with your name and one or two lines about you (academic affiliation, university, employer, recent publications you would like to promote) at the following email address:
o We prefer hyperlinks rather than citations for references. Open access sources are preferred to those behind paywalls. Please insert the hyperlink directly in your word document.
o If there is no available online content, please insert a footnote reference using the OSCOLA style.
o No final bibliography is necessary.
o Please use British spelling (e.g. ‘government’ instead of ‘governement’).
o The editors will try to review your articles as soon as possible – and, if necessary, get back to you with comments to enhance readability for the blog’s audience.
o The editors’ role will be to check the articles for accuracy, correctness and plagiarism.
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We look forward to your contributions!
Irene Agnolucci (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Şimal Efsane Erdoğan (email@example.com)
KSLR EU Law blog co-editors
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