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European Law Review

European Law Review
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The European Law Review is the principal English-language journal covering the law relating to European integration and the Council of Europe. While preserving the highest academic standards, the Review also caters for the needs of those involved in the practice and administration of the law. It carries authoritative and thought-provoking articles on all aspects of European law and incisive commentaries on current developments in its field.
  • Provides crucial coverage of the law relating to European integration and the Council of Europe
  • Features articles on all aspects of European law
  • Includes expert opinion on current developments

Top 10 articles of The European Law Review via Westlaw UK
(abstracts of each article can be found on the 'Sample Issue' tab):
  1. The Legal Effect of Directives: Policy, Rules and Exceptions
  2. Brexit: A Drama in Six Acts
  3. Leaving Keck behind? The free movement of goods after the rulings in Commission v Italy and Mickelsson and Roos
  4. In Memoriam Keck: the Reformation of the EU Law on the Free Movement of Goods
  5. Inconsistencies and Misconceptions in the Free Movement of Goods
  6. R. (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union: Thriller or Vanilla?
  7. Twenty years after Von Colson: the impact of "indirect effect" on the protection of the individual's community rights
  8. Selling arrangements, keeping Keck
  9. Reversing a withdrawal notification under article 50 TEU: can a Member State change its mind?
  10. The Doctrine of "Direct Effect": An Infant Disease of Community Law

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    CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

    Guide for Contributors to the European Law Review:

    1. Please follow these guidelines when submitting material to the journal. It will avoid delays in acceptance of your material.
    2. All contributions must be in English. Copyright in all contributions remains with the contributors; the publishers acquire the right to publish accepted contributions both in hard-copy and in electronic form.
    3. No liability is accepted for loss of or damage to material submitted to the journal. Unless otherwise agreed with one of the Editors, submission of a contribution will be held to imply that it contains original work and has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere, whether in print or electronic form.
    4. All contributions are peer-reviewed prior to publication by qualified experts who are independent of the author(s). The Editors aim to notify authors of the outcome of the review within four to six weeks. Once material has been accepted for publication in the journal, it should not be submitted for publication elsewhere, either in print or electronic form, without the consent of one of the Editors. In cases of doubt, contributors are encouraged to contact one of the Editors for clarification.
    5. The preferred extent of articles is between 8,000 and 12,000 words including footnotes. The preferred extent of contributions to Analysis and Reflections is between 4,000 and 8,000 words including footnotes. Contributors must specify the number of words including footnotes in their contributions. A summary of around 150 words must be submitted with the manuscript.
    6. Manuscripts should be word-processed and presented double-spaced throughout (text and footnotes) with generous margins. The text must be submitted in Word via email.
    7. Manuscripts should include the author’s affiliation as well as biographical information in an asterisked footnote attached to the name of each author. An address for delivery of proofs must be supplied. Where a contribution advances an argument which might be perceived as serving the interests of someone for whom the author acts in a professional capacity, or with whom the author has a commercial connection, an appropriate declaration should be added to the biographical information supplied.
    8. Footnotes should be brief and informative, kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals. Footnotes must not be attached to the title of the article, summary or any headings.
    9. Cross-references should be to the text accompanying a particular footnote and not to a page number.
    10. Proofs will be sent to contributors who undertake to check and return them promptly. Excessive changes cannot be accommodated. Contributors to the Articles/Analysis and Reflections sections of the journal will be supplied with a free pdf offprint of their contribution together with two free copies of the issue in which their contribution is published.
    11. A more detailed guide to writing for the journal, including advice on levels of heading, is available here.

    Citations and Abbreviations to be used
    Citing Treaty provisions following entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon on 1 December 2009.
    Where a provision is new
    art.10 TEU    
    art.2 TFEU
    Where a provision has been substantially amended  
    art.24 (ex 11, as amended) TEU or, if the context requires, art.11 (now as amended 24 TEU)
    art.16 TFEU (ex 286 EC, as amended) or, if the context requires, art.286 EC (now as amended 16 TFEU)
    Where a provision has been left essentially unchanged
    art.3 (ex 2) TEU or, if the context requires, art.2 (now 3 TEU)
    art.32 TFEU (ex 27 EC) or, if the context requires, art.27 EC (now 32 TFEU)
    Where a provision has been repealed
    art.3 TEU (repealed) or art.3 TEU (repealed at Lisbon), as appropriate     
    art.293 EC (repealed) or art.293 EC (repealed at Lisbon), as appropriate
    Provisions of the EAEC Treaty  
    art.3 Euratom.
    Cases should be cited
    using the ECLI and, where possible, C.M.L.R. citations, e.g. Z v A Government Department (C-363/12) EU:C:2014:159; [2014] 3 C.M.L.R. 20.
    Unreported cases should be cited using the date of the judgment.
    References to the Offcial Journal should be given as follows: [2001] OJ L1/1 or [2001] OJ C1/1.

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    EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

    General Editors Panos Koutrakos; Alicia Hinarejos
    Consultant Editor Anthony Arnull
    Book Reviews Editor Thomas Horsley

    Editorial Board Fabian Amtenbrink, Alan Dashwood, Laurence Gormley, Trevor Hartley, Francis Jacobs, Koen Lenaerts, Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Konrad Schiemann, Jukka Snell, Erika Szyszczak, Verica Trstenjak,  Christopher Vajda, Stephen Weatherill, Mark Dawson, Eleanor Spaventa, Niamh Moloney, Paul Craig and Tim Eicke

    SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION

    All Calendar Year and Any Time Start (ATS) subscriptions are subject to a continuous subscription agreement. This means that your subscriptions will automatically renew in future years, unless you tell us otherwise.

    Before each renewal period we will send you an annual subscription statement to enable you to review your subscriptions. You must tell us about any changes within 30 days of the subscription statement date after which you will be invoiced and your subscription(s) will continue for a further year.
     
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    INDEXING & ABSTRACTING SERVICES

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    • Web of Science
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    CONTACT US

    Submitting material
    Articles should be sent to:
    Professor Panos Koutrakos
    Professor of European Union Law
    City Law School
    4 Gray’s Inn Place
    London
    WC1R 5DX
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7400 3601
    Email: Panos.Koutrakos.1@city.ac.uk.

    Queries concerning Analysis and Reflections
    should be sent to:
    Dr. Alicia Hinarejos
    Faculty of Law, McGill University
    Chancellor Day Hall
    3644 Peel Street
    Montreal, Quebec
    Canada H3A 1W9

    Email: alicia.hinarejos@mcgill.ca

    Queries concerning book reviews should be sent to:
    Dr. Thomas Horsley
    School of Law and Social Justice
    University of Liverpool
    Chatham Street
    L69 7ZR
    Email: Thomas.Horsley@liverpool.ac.uk.

    Publishing Editor: Peter Chare

    House Editor: Laura Harrison
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