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European Competition Law Review

European Competition Law Review
Practice Area: Competition Law
Product ID: 0144-30BV
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor: Julian Maitland-Walker
Subscription Information: 12 Issues a year, Any Time Start
Format: Journal, Hardback
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A subscription to ECLR brings together regular summaries of national competition cases, unavailable in this format elsewhere. It is full of interesting and occasionally controversial opinions on topical issues and provides practical commentaries by leading practitioners, showing how current issues and legal developments impact your work.

European Competition Law Review provides a comprehensive updating service for the competition or antitrust lawyer covering developments in EU law and the national laws of EU Member States, as well as the other major trading nations. ECLR has an international network of correspondents, all leading practitioners in their jurisdictions, who provide expert analysis of key areas of competition law.

Now you can join this monthly forum and keep up to date with the matters that affect you.

What’s included in your subscription?
  • Opinion pieces by key commentators
  • Articles examining important competition law issues and cases and their implications, also giving coverage of economic issues where relevant
  • Analysis by leading practitioners looking at topical developments in case law, legislation and regulations
  • Thorough coverage of the latest Brexit and Covid-19 developments as they relate to competition law
  • Expanded news section covering anti-competitive practices, abuse of dominant position, mergers and legislation from the EU and major trading countries around the world
  • Summary of national competition law cases – unavailable in this digestible format elsewhere
  • Book reviews providing fellow practitioners’ views on the latest published titles

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The European Competition Law Review welcomes all contributions on current and topical issues of competition law which may take the form of:
  • a short 1,500-3,000 word case comment/opinion
  • a medium length, 3,000-5,000 word paper on a  topic of competition law, case analysis or regulatory change
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We would be delighted to hear about your ideas for publication.

For those who may not have published before, our editorial team is on hand to answer your questions, and we stand ready to discuss contributors’ ideas for articles at an early stage. If you are a student wishing to submit, we will consider submissions from those doing their Masters, if recommended, and will continue to consider submissions from PhD students. Please contact Commissioning Editor Jen Martyres jen.martyres@googlemail.com, or Publisher Stephen Clausard stephen.clausard@thomsonreuters.com with your ideas and questions.
All correspondence and contributions should be emailed, with attached documents in Word, to Stephen Clausard at stephen.clausard@thomsonreuters.com
Book review proposals can also be sent to lucy.gardner@thomsonreuters.com

Journal submission & acceptance

The time from initial article submission to final publication can be split into 2 stages: the decision process and the editorial process.
This is a guideline and is for information only.
Stage 1: The decision process
  • Article submitted - acknowledgement email sent and the article is sent to the Editor for consideration (up to one week)
  • Editorial consideration of journal (1-3 weeks)
  • Contributor is informed of the outcome of their submission
  • Article is sent to editorial and is allocated to a particular issue. In some circumstances, this could be the current issue in production but generally, it’s 2-3 months in advance.
  • Once a schedule is confirmed, the contributor is informed.
Stage 2: The editorial process
  • The article is sent to the copy-editor (1 week)
  • Articles are keyed in to our content management system (2 weeks)
  • Proofs sent out to authors for checking (1 week)
  • Final checks, cover preparation, clear to press (1 week)
Currently the end-to-end process from submission to publication averages at six months.

Contributors must supply their full contact details for further correspondence and are responsible for complying with the house style guide before making a submission.


Julian Maitland-Walker, Editor
Adrian Wood, News Editor

Michael B. Hutchings, Editorial Board
K.P.E. Lasok, QC, Editorial Board
Aidan Robertson, QC, Editorial Board
Derek Ridyard, Editorial Board
Alex Nourry, Editorial Board
Alexander Waksman, Editorial Board
James Harvey, Editorial Board

Gordon Blanke, Book Review Editor


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General Editor:
Julian Maitland-Walker
22 The Parks
TA24 8BT
Commissioning Editor:

Jennifer Martyres

Stephen Clausard
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