LSE Law Review: call for submissions
The LSE Law Review has just released a summer call for student submissions of legal research papers, case notes and blog articles. This could be a great opportunity for law students to potentially have their work published in an academic law journal and win generous cash prizes on offer.
The LSE Law Review is now accepting submissions for publication in our Summer Issue. The deadline for submission is 15 August 2021, 11.59 pm BST (GMT+1).
Submissions should be made electronically through our website under Houghton St Press, https://lawreview.lse.ac.uk under “start a submission”. Writings can be in the form of an article (4,000-20,000 words); case note (1000-4000 words); or letter to the editor addressing current legal developments or drawing attention to a legal issue that the author considers important (up to 2000 words). All word limits exclude footnotes.
Submissions should be on an area within UK, EU, and/or International Law. Submissions on Foreign Law may be accepted where there is a strong comparative analysis with UK, EU, and/or International Law.
For more information, please see our submission guidelines to ensure that your piece is within acceptable parameters https://lawreview.lse.ac.uk/about/submissions. Any further queries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The best submissions for 2021-2022 stand to win a £250 (or potentially more) cash prize sponsored by 3 Verulam Buildings.