Thursday, March 18, 2010

Call for Submissions: Student Essay Competition - Tilburg Law Review

The Tilburg Law Review has issued a call for submissions for its annual student essay competition. Here's the call:

Starting this year, the Tilburg Law Review will announce a Student Essay Competition for each issue. This competition will offer students interested in international and/or European law an opportunity to submit an article on a predetermined topic. The Editorial Board will evaluate the submissions, and the winning piece will be published in the Journal.

Student essays should not exceed 5000 words in length (excluding footnotes), and they should be the student’s original work (co-authorship is permissible only with other students). Students must be enrolled in undergraduate or graduate law programs at the time of submission in order to be eligible. PhD and JSD students are not eligible for this Student Essay Competition, as they are eligible to submit articles for general consideration. All of the other guidelines apply (see “Guidelines” section).

Submissions to the Summer 2010 TLR Student Essay Competition are due by April 30th. The topic of the Student Essay Competition for the Summer 2010 issue is:

“The EU and International Law after the Lisbon Treaty: Challenges and Opportunities”