De Lege Ferenda welcomes contemporary submissions on English law, the law in other common law jurisdictions, European law, and international law which typically fall within the ambit of a typical undergraduate law programme. However, do note that submissions need not necessarily be strictly confined to an undergraduate area of study; the undergraduate focus serves to make the journal more accessible to undergraduate authors.
Submissions of a comparative nature are accepted as well. We do also consider purely jurisprudential pieces, but given the focus of the journal, only if they address a broader contemporary or topical issue. Despite being an England-based journal, we do not evince a preference for submissions relating to English law; our most important criteria for publication is that your submission relates to a contemporary legal issue and provides critical insight into the area of law you have chosen. More details can be found in our submission guidelines here.
The window for submissions to Volume III will be open until 30 August 2020and should be made using the Form below. Submissions made before the window will only be considered during that period.
Only Microsoft Word documents (.docx, .doc), not Pages documents (.pages) or .pdf files.
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