Erasmus Law Review: Open Call for papers

The Erasmus Law Review seeks to foster independent, critical scholarship as relevant to the discipline of law.

Every year, Erasmus Law Review dedicates one issue (more particularly the fourth and last one of the year) to submissions. The Editorial Board encourages the submission of cutting-edge manuscripts by legal scholars and practitioners, as well as those versed in other disciplines relevant to law, such as criminology, sociology, political science and economics.

The deadline for submission for this call is 15 May 2018.

Submissions will first be screened by the Editorial Board; those selected will go through the regular double-blind peer review process (two reviews per article).

In handling articles, Erasmus Law Review makes use of an online submission system called the Editorial Manager. Articles are to be submitted through this system at: Before submitting, please make sure that your article conforms to our Authors’ Guidelines. These can be found on our website.

For more information, please contact Yasmin Batenburg (primary contact) and Margaux Raynaud, or visit us at

We are looking forward to your submissions!