The Trinity College Law Review is now accepting submissions for publication in Volume XV. TCLR is Ireland’s leading and oldest student edited law journal. It is circulated across the English speaking world and throughout mainland Europe. Submissions of both articles and casenotes are open to all undergraduate, postgraduate and recent graduate law students of all universities.
The Submission Deadline for Volume XV is Friday 13th January 2012 at 12pm (noon) GMT.
Submissions may be in English, French or German.
Maximum Word Counts:
English article: 8000 words
French or German article: 5000 words
Casenote: 2000 words
Authors are required to prepare their manuscripts in the House Style of the TCLR, which can be found in the Author's Guide (available on www.trinitycollegelawreview.org). The editorial process will be collaborative, with any edits or preparations made with the cooperation of the authors. We regret that manuscripts cannot be returned. Article selection and editing procedures are summarised in the Author’s Guide. Articles should be submitted by email in DOC or DOCX format to: email@example.com.
The email should contain the author’s name, year of study or graduation, course and contact details (email, phone number and postal address) in the main body of the email with your article attached. The selection process is entirely anonymous. Other than in the email, please do not include any indications of identity in the submission.
Publication in the Trinity College Law Review represents a significant achievement and the culmination of valuable legal research and writing. As well as this, there are both monetary and internship prizes for the best articles. The Editorial Board looks forward to working with all prospective authors.