THE UCD LAW REVIEW IS CURRENTLY SEEKING SUBMISSIONS
The deadline for submission to the 19th Volume is 30th March 2019
The Editorial Board seeks academic legal articles from both undergraduate/postgraduate students, recent graduates, and practitioners.
The Board welcomes contributions on a broad range of contemporary legal issues, in particular articles pertaining to Irish and European law; however, articles relating to the wider concepts of International law are also welcomed.
Criteria for Submissions
- Between 5,000 and 10,000 words in length
- Not published previously
- Formatted in Microsoft Word
- The University College Dublin Law Review house style of citation is OSCOLA Ireland (see http://legalcitation.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/OSCOLA-Ireland-2016.pdf for full citation details).
- Late submissions may be considered at the discretion of the Editor
By post: UCD Law Review Editorial Board, Sutherland School of Law, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
The email or letter should contain the Author’s name, year of study or graduation, and contact details. The selection process is entirely anonymous so please do not include any indicators of identity in the submission itself.
1. The UCD Law Review Editorial Board considers all submissions that reach us by our official deadline. All articles are reviewed anonymously by the entirety of the Editorial Board, with a democratic vote deciding whether an article will proceed for further consideration.
2. If an article does proceed, it will be subject to several more stages of review, including an examination by our Academic Advisors.
3. Due to the high volume of submissions that we receive, and the quality of material that we strive for, the review and selection process takes time.
4. The Editor of the Review will notify authors of the Board's decision by email.
Prize for Most Outstanding Article
All articles that are chosen for publication will be considered for The Most Outstanding Article Prize, which is accompanied by a monetary award of €500.
The University College Dublin Law Review seeks to create an interest in legal writing and encourages all students studying law at third level to write and submit articles. With this in mind, A&L Goodbody Solicitors sponsor a prize of €500 for the most outstanding article published in the current volume of the University College Dublin Law Review.
1. Only articles selected for publication are eligible for the prize.
2. The winner is announced at the launch of the University College Dublin Law Review.
3. The decision of the adjudication panel, which comprises of our Academic Advisors, shall be final.