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Strathclyde Law Review: Call for Submissions.

Strathclyde Law Review are accepting submissions for their third edition. The deadline for submissions is the 15 December 2016.

Submissions from students at all stages are welcome. You can submit a piece of work, which has been written for part of your degree, or you can write something specifically for the Review.

Your article must provide a critical analysis of a particular area of law, publication or judicial decision. Your comment should be original, relevant and aim to make an interesting contribution to the academic debate.

The following types of submissions will be considered:

  • case notes (500 to 1500 words on a recent judicial development)

  • book reviews (500 to 1500 words on a recent publication)

  • essays & short articles (1500 to 4000 words)

  • long articles (4000 to 10,000 words)

Students and academics are encouraged to write about current legal issues; original and contemporary papers will be highly regarded.

All submissions are compiled anonymously and reviewed by the Editorial Board.

For more details please click here.


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