Dear students and members of staff,
The Bristol Law Review is the University of Bristol’s premier journal of legal scholarship. It aims to promote legal research and provide a forum for the discussion of interdisciplinary and contemporaneous legal issues.
We are currently accepting submissions for our 2014 Edition, and would like to invite all interested parties to submit their work on any legal topic within the remit of UK, EU or international law for consideration. We are prepared to consider entries which do not adhere to this stipulation on a case-by-case basis, although preference will be given to those which do. Your work must adhere to the Style Guide, available at https://www.dropbox.com/s/mitmb3op98f5dj5/The%20Bristol%20Law%20Review%20Style%20Guide.docx?dl=0
Submissions need not be specifically written for the Review; all levels of undergraduate and postgraduate work previously produced and submitted to the author’s law school as part of their coursework are also welcome, subject to compliance with our Style Guide.
Please e-mail all contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org
, together with any questions you may have. In addition, please ensure that you have completed our submission form which can be accessed at https://www.dropbox.com/s/f9e98y3887w6n9y/Submission%20Form.docx?dl=0
The deadline for submission is Sunday, 30th November 2014 at 11:59pm. However, contributions will be evaluated on a rolling basis, so you are highly encouraged to make an early submission.
We have opened submissions to academics, legal practitioners and students from around the world, making this an excellent opportunity to showcase your work alongside other praiseworthy pieces on an international stage. We also intend on exhibiting pieces from a variety of qualification levels, so we encourage law students of all years to contribute, from first years to postgraduates and alumni.
We look forward to receiving your submissions.
The Bristol Law Review Editorial Board
University of Bristol Law School
Wills Memorial Building
Bristol BS8 1RJ
Tel +44 (0)117 954 5356 / +44 (0)117 33 15114
Office Hours: 10am-4pm
Posted on the Boalt Bulletin Board by
Vera Ann Yeh
Research Editor Bristol Law Review
University of Bristol LL.B, Year 2