KSLR European Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts on the topic of “The Thousand Faces of the Four Freedoms”
The EU internal market – the embodiment of the four fundamental freedoms of goods, services, persons and capital – has arguably been one of the EU’s most successful and indeed influential constructs. However, like most EU concepts, it is troubled by divergent interpretations. This has led to great debate by various commentators, and it is these plentiful widespread arguments to which we seek discussion for the blog. Articles and case comments on any areas related, directly or indirectly, with any one of the EU’s four freedoms are welcomed.
Authors of selected abstracts will be informed within two weeks. A full paper (1,500 to 2,000 words) should be submitted by 9 December 2013. The style guidelines may be found at http://kslr.org.uk/blogs/europeanlaw/about-us/. The articles resulting from selected abstracts will be posted on KSLR European 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.
Please email the above addresses if you have any further questions. We look forward to hearing from you!
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