Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Call for Submissions: European Investment Law and Arbitration Review

The European Investment Law and Arbitration Review has issued a call for submissions for its inaugural issue. Here's the call:

Submissions on European investment law and arbitration requested

Call for Papers 2016

The Editorial Board invites submissions for publication for the 2016 issue.

The deadline for submission is: 15 May 2016.

​Submissions should be in English and must be in conformity with the house style of the journal. ​All submissions must be unpublished and original material.

​Submissions should be send as MS-WORD doc to:

​All submissions will be peer-reviewed. The Editorial Board reserves the right to accept, reject a submission or make publication conditional on modifications, which have been suggested to the author.

Download the house style sheet here.

Long scholarly articles

Scholarly articles should provide an in-depth analysis of a topic. They should comprehensively cover the relevant case-law and literature. The maximum length should be 20,000 words.


Case-notes should provide a concise analysis of recent arbitration awards or decisions by national courts. The case-notes should include a summary of the facts and main points of the decision as well as an analysis regarding their general importance for the practice. The maximum length should be 5,000 words.

Shorter articles

Shorter articles should offer a compact analysis of a topical issue combined with innovative views, which stimulate the debate. The maximum length should be 8,000 words.

Book reviews

Book reviews should offer a critical summary of the main aspects of the books reviewed. The maximum length should be 3,000 words.