European Review of Public Law – Call for Papers

Last September, the European Group of Public Law was proud to celebrate its 30th Anniversary. One of the first initiatives of the EGPL has been the European Review of Public Law (ERPL), which is this year publishing its 32nd volume, thus being continuously published for more than 30 years. Its characteristic of being supported by a multinational European network, the European Group of Public Law, allowed the ERPL to continuously serve throughout these years its objective to present substantial and quality works in the field of public law in Europe and worldwide and to successfully represent a wide forum of discussion.

The European Group of Public Law invites to submit articles to the European Review of Public Law and to communicate its activities to all colleagues specializing in the wider area of public law and interested in presenting their work to a multinational audience by submitting an article on a subject falling within the subject-matters dealt with by the ERPL.

As a general note, articles should not normally exceed 12,000 words including footnotes and they should begin with an indented and italicised abstract of around 150 words which sets out the main arguments and conclusions of the article. Authors writing in a language other than English or French should provide an English translation of the article’s title and abstract.

Submissions – in one of the abovementioned languages – or requests for any further information on the ERPL should be forwarded to the attention of Ms. Katerina Papanikolaou, Director, Editions Department, at: