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Public Procurement Law Review

Public Procurement Law Review
Product ID: 0963-82BV
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
Subscription Information: 6 Issues a year, Any Time Start
Format: Journal, Hardback
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Public Procurement Law Review is a world-leading, blind peer-reviewed journal providing up-to-date information and analysis on UK, EU and international public procurement regulation. It is edited by a globally representative and diverse Editorial Board comprising expert academics and practitioners from the UK, North America, Africa and Asia. Dedicated Articles, News and Analysis sections provide original and comprehensive coverage of: international instruments (WTO Government Procurement Agreement, EU law, UNCITRAL Model Law); legislative and policy developments in national procurement systems; and case law. In addition to analysis of ongoing legal developments, it offers cutting-edge legal research on topical regulatory policy issues.

Forthcoming coverage will include:
  • New UK public procurement legislation and policy following Brexit
  • UK case law on domestic legal issues, including single-source awards in response to COVID-19, interim remedies, and public law claims
  • EU Court of Justice and General Court case law updates
  • Access and coverage issues under existing and new international trade agreements
  • Coverage of developments in countries undergoing procurement reform (e.g. Brazil)
  • Sectoral coverage in areas such as defence (e.g. in the UK and Saudi Arabia), health and social care

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  1. Papers must be in English.
  2. Articles for consideration should be sent to Dr Luke Butler, School of Law, University of Nottingham, University Park, NG72RD, Nottingham. Email: Luke.Butler@nottingham.ac.uk. The preferred length for articles is between 1,000 and 10,000 words although longer articles will be considered. Contributors should specify the number of words in their article. Hard-copy submissions are not required and all submissions must be sent in Word format.
  3. The Public Procurement Law Review is a refereed journal. Submission for the Articles section are subject to peer review, and will be accepted only after the review process is completed. We endeavour to complete this process speedily and aim to give a decision on acceptance or rejection within one month, but this cannot be guaranteed. Contributions for the News and Analysis section are not subject to the peer review process.
  4. Much of the News and Analysis section of the Review is written by correspondents, but contributions from others for the News and Analysis section are welcomed. Before submitting a contribution, prospective contributors should contact Professor Sue Arrowsmith, School of Law, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD. Email: Sue.Arrowsmith@nottingham.ac.uk
  5. Submission of articles or other contributions will be held to imply that they contain original unpublished work and are not being submitted for publication elsewhere. No liability is accepted for loss or damage to material submitted for the Review.
  6. Manuscripts should be typewritten on one side of the paper only, and double spaced (including footnotes) with wide margins. Articles should contain short useful headings. There should be preferably at least two, but not more than four, levels of heading. References to cases and egislation should be in the footnotes, and where possible, a full list of all cases and statutes mentioned, with references as required, should be supplied.
  7. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively throughout the text with superscript arabic numerals.
  8. Cross-references should not be to page number but to the text accompanying a particular footnote.
  9. Authors should state clearly the biographical information which is to appear in the Review. An address for delivery of proofs must be supplied.
  10. Proofs will be sent to authors who undertake to check them and return them to the publisher without delay. One free pdf offprint and two free copies of the journal will be issued to Article contributors.
  11. Copyright in all contributions remains with the contributors. The publishers acquire publication rights.
  12. The current house style guide is at: https://www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/downloads/house-style-guide-authors.pdf.


PROFESSOR SUE ARROWSMITH QC (HON), Professor Emerita, University of Nottingham
DR LUKE R.A. BUTLER, Associate Professor in Law, University of Nottingham 

Assistant Editors:
ADRIAN BROWN, Of Counsel, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
PROFESSOR STEEN TREUMER, Professor of Public Procurement Law, University of Copenhagen
DR KAMALA DAWAR, Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law, University of Sussex

Reviews Editors:
DR PAULA BORDALO FAUSTINO, Teaching Associate, University of Nottingham
DR ASTGHIK SOLOMONYAN, Technical Assistance Officer, World Trade Organization

Editorial Board:
ROBERT ANDERSON, Honorary Professor of Law, University of Nottingham
ROGER BICKERSTAFF, Joint Head of the IT Sector Group, Bird & Bird
PETER CURRAN, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland
DR AMA EYO, Lecturer in Public Procurement Law, Bangor University
DR MIHÁLY FAZEKAS, Assistant Professor, Central European University
KATE GOUGH, Counsel, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
DR ARIS GEORGOPOULOS, Assistant Professor in European and Public Law, University of Nottingham
PROFESSOR LAURENCE W. GORMLEY, Professor, College of Europe
PAUL HENTY, Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
DR BAUDOUIN HEUNINCKX, Head of Legal and Financial Affairs, Belgian Defence Procurement Division
DR TOTIS KOTSONIS, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP
PROFESSOR WILLIAM E. KOVACIC, Global Competition Professor of Law and Policy, George Washington University
PÁLL RÚNAR M. KRISTJÁNSSON, Supreme Court Attorney, MAGNA / Reykjavik Legal 
PROFESSOR ANNAMARIA LA CHIMIA, Professor of Law and Development and Director of PPRG, University of Nottingham
PROFESSOR JOHN LINARELLI, Professor of Law, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
COLIN MAUND, Chief Executive Officer, Hellios Information
DAVID MCGOWAN, Counsel, Dentons UK and Middle East LLP
PATRICK MCGOVERN, Retired Partner, Arthur Cox
CESAR PEREIRA, Partner, Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini
PROFESSOR GEO QUINOT, Professor in the Department of Public Law, Stellenbosch University
BEN RAYMENT, Barrister, Monckton Chambers
PROFESSOR STEVEN L. SCHOONER, Nash & Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, George Washington University
DR MARI ANN SIMOVART, Associate Professor, University of Tartu
DR GRITH SKOVGAARD ØLYKKE, Commercial Law Consultant, Poul Schmith
SUSIE SMITH, Consultant, Bevan Brittan LLP and freelance advisor/trainer
DR PETER TREPTE, Barrister, Senior Research Fellow, University of Nottingham
DR PING WANG, Professor of Law, Changchun University of Science and Technology
RHODRI WILLIAMS QC, Barrister, Henderson Chambers
PROFESSOR SOPE WILLIAMS-ELEGBE, Professor and Head of Department of Mercantile Law, Stellenbosch University
LAURA WISDOM, Director, Burges Salmon LLP


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Public Procurement Law Review is included in the following indexing and abstracting services:
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