Call for Submissions - deadline: 16 February 2014
The Editorial Board of the UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence now invites submissions from academics, researchers, registered postgraduate students and practitioners for the Journal's 2014 issue.
The Board welcomes submissions concerning all areas of law and jurisprudence. Articles must be 9,000-12,000 words in length, case notes between 4,000 and 6,000 words and book reviews 1,000 to 2,000 words. All submissions must comply with the Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA). Contributions that have already been published or that are under consideration for publication in other journals will not be considered.
Please email your submission to Eleni Frantziou (firstname.lastname@example.org),with your name, institutional affiliation, email address adn postal address.
The deadline for submissions is midnight on Sunday, 16 February 2014.
About the UCL Jurisprudence and Law Journal
The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence (UCLJLJ) is a journal of legal scholarship edited and published by postgraduate students of the Faculty of Laws at UCL. The Journal is published annually in October and includes articles from scholars, academics and practitioners, as well as showcasing the outstanding research being undertaken by students at UCL. In keeping with UCL’s distinguished tradition of legal philosophy, the Journal’s name and content reflect the continuing vitality of jurisprudence in the Faculty. But, as in the Faculty itself, alongside the theoretical work, there is innovative, vibrant work on a rich variety of topics.
The primary purpose of the Journal is to bring the excellent research produced by students of the UCL Faculty of Law to the attention of a wide readership. Without journals like this, such work would only be known to the student’s supervisor and examiner. Its second main purpose is to give students in the Faculty of Laws the opportunity to be involved in the creation and production of a law review, thereby giving them experience of both the academic and entrepreneurial roles involved. The third main aim is broader: it is that the Journal will add to the vibrant intellectual life of the Faculty of Laws at UCL, as a place where originality and innovation are highly prized, and where the shared pursuit, development and dissemination of ideas – by both Faculty members and students – remains fundamental to the Faculty’s continuing successes and achievements.
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Editorial Board – Volume 3, 2014
Academic Editor: Eleni Frantziou firstname.lastname@example.org
Managing Editor: Eliot Olivier email@example.com
Faculty Editor: Dr Ioannis Lianos
Board of Editors
Erika Barros Sierra
Larissa Verri Boratti
Volume 2, 2013
- The Enigma of the Quistclose Trust, Brandon Dominic Chan
- Good Faith in International Law, Steven Reinhold
- Protection of Reputed Trademarks and Keywords: Looking for Ariadne’s Thread Among Flowers, Perfumes and Bags, Elisa Moro
- The European Patent with Unitary Effect - a Unitary Patent Protection for a Unitary Market? Katharina Kaesling
- Regulation of Securitised Products post the Financial Crisis, Hans von Reden
- Toward a Bank Shareholder-Orientated Model: Using Double Liability to Mitigate Excessive Risk-Taking, Richard Ridyard
- Deconstructing the Industrial Emissions Directive’s (2010/75/EU) Regulatory Standards: A Tale of Cautious Optimism, Aliki Zeri
- Corporate Liability of Energy/Natural Resources Companies at National Law for Breach of International Human Rights Norms, Olivier Salas-Fouksmann
- ‘Personal Autonomy’ and ‘Democratic Society’ at the European Court of Human Rights: Friends or Foes? Begum Bulak and Alain Zysset
- Honour Crimes as Gender-Based Violence in the UK: A Critical Assessment, Nootash Keyhani
- Legal Sentience and the Problem of the Instant: A Critical Assessment of the Temporal Structure of Precedent and its Implications for Legal Authority, Pawel Wargan
- Carolene Products Redux: An Argument for Judicial Review of Legislation, Against the Future Prejudice of Discrete and Insular Minorities, John Crook
- Case Note: ‘Chris Van Hollen, Jr., v Federal Election Commission (30.03.2012)’, Antonios Kouroutakis
- Book review: Stuart Sime & Derek French, Blackstone’s Guide to The Civil Justice Reforms 2013 (OUP, 2013), Dr John Sorabji
Volume 1, Part 1, 2012
- Selling Organs Ethically: Disentangling Exploitation Arguments, Hui-Min Loh
- Our Brain "Kant" Tell Us? A Kantian Perspective of how Neuroscience Challenges our Notions of Moral Responsibility and the Legal Implications, Joel Quek
- Manners Maketh Man: A Comparison of The Ethics of Anencephalic and Baboon Organ Donation, Aaron Moss
- The Use of Therapeutic Cloning in Transplantations: An Aristotelian Perspective, Christos Labrou
- The Contagious Diseases Acts and The Prostitute: How Disease and the Law Controlled The Female Body, Kimeya Baker
- Bridging the Conceptual Gap Between Law and Morality: A Critical Response to H.L.A. Hart's The Concept Of Law, Kaila Morin
- Libertarian Critiques of Consent in Sexual Offences, Stephen Knight
- Judicial Review of The Right to Health and its Progressive Realisation: the Case of the Constitutional Court Of Peru, Illaru Aragon Noriega
Volume 1, Part 2, 2012
- Is Intellectual Property the Grit in the Wheels Of Industry?, Sir Robin Jacob
- Specific Performance in the Draft Common Frame of Reference, Hayk Kupelyants
- Control of Trustee Discretion: The Rule in Re Hastings-Bass, Simon Kerry
- An Economic Analysis of the Fiscal Policy Framework in the EMU, Kirill Albrecht
- Is the Doctrine of Deviation only a Historical Record Today?, Sarunas Basijokas
- Antitrust Treatment of Bundled Discounts and Rebates in the United States and Europe: Mapping Uncharted Territories, Hui Hua
- Shareholder Remedies: Demise of the Derivative Claim?, Julia Tang
- The Past and Future of English Insurance Law: Good Faith and Warranties, Peter Macdonald Eggers QC