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Common Market Law Review
Ranked # 6 in the Top journals on International Law
Ranked # 1 in the Top journals on European Law
Ranked # 23 in the Journals Citation Report of Thomson Reuters 2015
COMMON MARKET LAW REVIEW PRIZE FOR YOUNG ACADEMICS 2017
The Editorial Board is pleased to announce that in 2017 there will be a Common Market Law Review Prize for an article submitted by a young academic. There will be a monetary prize of 500 euros, and the winning article will be published in Common Market Law Review. Submissions for the 2017 prize must be on a subject related to Mutual Trust in EU law, taken in the broadest sense; this could be in relation to AFSJ, internal market, external relations etc. The Editorial Board will be looking for originality of thought, a significant contribution to existing scholarship, quality of analysis and research, and excellence in presentation.
In order to qualify as a young academic, authors should in principle be aged 30 or under. Authors over the age of 30 are eligible if it is less than 3 years since they completed their PhD. The maximum number of words is 10 000, including footnotes. The submission deadline is 15 September 2017 – submissions will not be considered before September 2017. Submissions should be sent to the Managing Editor at the usual email address:
Alison McDonnell. Please indicate that this is a submission for the prize, and explain on which ground you come within the young academic category.
The Common Market Law Review has provided a forum for the keenest legal minds in the field of European Union law for over 50 years. Because of the international composition of its Editorial Board, and in view of the fact that it is able to attract contributions from all over the world, the Review is able to adopt a unique approach to capitalize European Union issues.
Each issue contains articles dealing with matters of current interest; the authoritative treatment given to each topic ensures lasting juridical value. This pre-eminent journal brings you detailed, in-depth examination of the most pressing and far-reaching issues on European Union Law such as:
• EMU and euro crisis
• State aid policy and practice
• Internal market
• Protection of fundamental rights
• The EU/WTO relationship
• Telecommunications and E-commerce,
• European consumer protection
• European Union Law in National Courts
Six times a year, subscribers receive vital information and analysis on trends and developments. The Review's easy-to-use format includes penetrating articles by outstanding practitioners and academics; annotations of cases from the European Court of Justice, as well as relevant cases from National courts, the WTO, the European Court of Human Rights, and other tribunals addressing European Union Law; book reviews; and a comprehensive bibliographical survey of pertinent literature.
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For over 50 years, Common Market Law Review has provided the leading forum for exploring and debating the most important issues and developments in European Union Law. The Editors welcome for review manuscripts that address topics drawn from across the entire and dynamic field of EU law, though we encourage authors to bear in mind the broad nature of our readership, as well as our goal to publish lasting contributions on the key questions facing our discipline. It can be especially useful, when writing on an apparently more specialized area or subject, or when writing from a particular national perspective, to identify and / or explore its potential wider significance, its relationship with cognate issues in other fields, or its value as an exemplar of more general trends etc. The Editors would also like to highlight the value of combining high standards of academic rigour in terms of research and critical analysis, with approaches that might enrich the perspectives also of our considerable readership working on policy and in practice at the national, European and international levels.
Please note that our Treaty citation rules have been adapted to take account of the Treaty of Lisbon.
Submission of Manuscripts
Manuscripts should be submitted, together with a covering letter, to the Associate Editor
Manuscripts not yet edited
We agree to authors publishing pre-edited manuscripts on SSRN or similar services, as long as the author clearly states that the article is a pre-edited work and has been accepted for publishing/shall be published in the common Market Law Review. Copyright of the last version must be transferred or an exclusive license must be provided to Kluwer Law International.
We always agree to authors publishing abstracts on SSRN or similar services. A reference should be made to the original source.
We agree to authors publishing edited and published manuscripts on SSRN or similar services if there is a delay of at least 6 months (from the official publication date). In exceptional cases, the author may negotiate with Kluwer Law International a shorter delay period.
Again, this assumes that copyright has been transferred or an exclusive license has been provided to Kluwer Law International.
Editors: Thomas Ackermann, University of Munich; Loïc Azoulai, Sciences Po (Institut d'études politiques de Paris); Marise Cremona, European University Institute; Michael Dougan, University of Liverpool; Christophe Hillion, University of Leiden; Niamh Nic Shuibhne, University of Edinburgh; Wulf-Henning Roth, University of Bonn; Ben Smulders, European Commission; Stefaan van den Bogaert, University of Leiden.
Managing Editor: Alison McDonnell, Europa Institute, University of Leiden.
Advisory Board: Ulf Bernitz, Stockholm; Kieran Bradley, Luxembourg; Alan Dashwood, Cambridge; Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochère, Paris; Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, Brussels; Giorgio Gaja, Florence; Walter van Gerven†, Leuven; Roger Goebel, New York; Daniel Halberstam, Ann Arbor ; Gerard Hogan, Dublin; Laurence Idot, Paris; Francis Jacobs, London; Jean-Paul Jacqué, Brussels; Pieter Jan Kuijper, Amsterdam; Ole Lando, Copenhagen; Miguel Poiares Maduro, Lisbon; Siofra O’Leary, Strasbourg; Sacha Prechal, Luxembourg; Gil Carlos Rodriguez Iglesias, Madrid; Allan Rosas, Luxembourg; Eleanor Sharpston, Luxembourg; Piet Jan Slot, Leiden; John Spencer, Cambridge; Christiaan W.A. Timmermans, Brussels; Ernö Várnáy, Debrecen; Armin von Bogdandy, Heidelberg; Joseph H.H. Weiler, New York; Jan A. Winter, Bloemendaal; Miroslav Wyrzykowski, Warsaw.
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