CfP: Birkbeck Law Review, Deadline 18 January 2015

by | 8 Jan 2016


Call for Submissions

The Birkbeck Law Review is pleased to announce a call for submissions for the first issue of its fourth volume, to be released in April 2016.

The Editorial Board invites submissions from all areas of law. As part of the selection process, priority will be given to articles presenting a critical or interdisciplinary approach to legal questions. We especially encourage submissions which are original and innovative, and those which provide some added value to on-going legal debates both in the UK and internationally.

Submissions Guidelines

Article selections will be made by our Editorial Board through a double-blind review process based on the clarity, accuracy, originality and academic merits of each piece. We encourage submissions from students, scholars and practitioners in all legal disciplines.

Deadline for Submissions: 18 January 2016

Notification of Acceptance: 8 February 2016

Date of Publication: April 2016

Submissions Criteria

Articles, book reviews, case studies and commentaries are acceptable material for submission. All articles submitted should be between 4,000 and 10,000 words (book reviews and commentaries should be between 3,000 and 5,000) and must be submitted online through our electronic submissions system at Documents must only include identifying information on the cover page.

For more information, including submission guidelines visit:


The Birkbeck Law Review is bi-annual law journal run by law students from Birkbeck, University of London and published by the Birkbeck Law Review Trust. We publish thought-provoking articles and features written by students, scholars and legal practitioners.

The Birkbeck Law Review is committed to open-access scholarship. Publications and their content are licensed under Creative Commons (BY-NC-ND 3.0) and are available for free on our website, as well as in print.


The BBKLR is also seeking new members for its editorial board. If you are a Birkbeck student or alumnus, visit for more details.


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