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Lund University Student EU Law Review: Call for Papers

This is a postgraduate student initiative at the University of Lund to enhance discussion and dissemination of information on the European Union. The Review aims to provide a platform for academic and professional discussion in the fields of EU law and policy and is a purely online resource and is not published in a hardcopy version at all. The Review is published in two Volumes on an annual basis. The Review endevours to accept submissions on an on going basis and in conjunction to the two annual Volumes will also offer special editions from time to time where such changes in the law and or policy justifies it. The Review is committed to open access and as such all articles will be made available for online access. The Review operates purely on a not-for-profit basis.

Call for Papers:
The Editorial Board of the Lund University Student EU Law Review invite submissions for its upcoming spring 2012 Volume. The Volume will consist of a selection of full and short articles and case notes. The Review focuses on issues of 'European Union law and policy' and all authors should bear such focus in mind when making submissions.

Deadline: The last date for the submission of papers is 30th June, 2012.

Submission Guidelines:
The submission criteria vary depending on the nature of the submission and should in any event accord with one of the three categories listed below:

Full Article (8,000 10,000 words): Submissions in this category are expected to engage with the chosen topic providing a novel and advanced contribution to scholarly debate more than a simple narrative of the already existing literature.

Short Article (4,000 8,000 words): Submissions in this category should provide critical analysis on a matter of a particular debate. Articles of this type should achieve a comprehensive and evaluative account of the particular issue addressed and should aim to critically assess the state of the art, rather than to simply provide a descriptive account of a particular debate or issue.

Case Note (1,000 2,500 words): Submissions in this category should offer clear precise detail and critical evaluation of or comment about current legal developments whilst assessing their significance and importance for future application or development.

Interested candidates are requested to submit the articles via email: containing the word 'Submission' in the subject line.


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