The new Editorial Board of the King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) now invites submissions from undergraduate and postgraduate law students as well as practitioners and legal professionals for its tenth volume.
The Review publishes a diverse range of articles on a variety of topical legal issues that critically analyse existing and nascent areas of law, offer insight on contentious points and aim to substantively contribute to legal scholarship by offering fresh ideas and perspectives.
Deadline for submissions is Friday 15 February 2021.
For this special 10-year anniversary volume, a prize of €500 will be awarded to the best article submitted.
While we accept articles on all areas of Irish, European, and International Law, we particularly welcome submissions related to this year’s theme of ‘The Irish Administrative State’.
A further prize of €500 will be awarded for the best submission on this theme. A further prize of €500 will be awarded for the best submission on this theme.
Submissions of articles, case-notes and commentaries on areas of law with reference to Irish and/or European or International Law will be considered for publication and should be sent to email@example.com. Prizes will be awarded to submissions of particular legal significance.
- Articles must be between 5,000 and 12,000 words (incl. footnotes)
- Case-notes and commentaries must be between 3,000 and 6,000 words
- Submissions should incl. some reference to Irish, European or International Law
- All submissions conform to the OSCOLA Ireland Referencing Format and be submitted in .doc or .docx format.
Further guidelines on submissions are available on the Review’s website at www.kingsinnslawreview.ie/
About King’s Inns Law Review
The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is an annual law journal published by the students of The Honorable Society of King’s Inns, dedicated to the publication of Irish, European and international legal scholarship. The core ethos of the Review is the promotion and fostering of legal scholarship, both in the King’s Inns and across Ireland.
The King’s Inns Law Review is grateful for the generous and kind support of its friends and benefactors, without whom Reviews would not be possible. The Editorial Board welcomes donations and contributions to fund the longevity of the Review, and all sponsorship queries should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cian Henry & Ursula Quill
King’s Inns Law Review Volume X