Call for Submissions for Volume IV opens on 27th February 2014
The KISLR Journal requests that contributors comply with the following standards:
Articles must be between 5,000 and 12,000 words (including footnotes) and should contain some reference to Irish and/or European Law. Articles must conform to the OSCOLA Ireland Referencing Format which can be found at www.legalcitation.ie/page5/
- Email Submission: Please note that we strongly encourage submission by email to email@example.com
Alternatively, you may still submit a hard copy if you absolutely must. Please address all manuscripts to: King's Inns Student Law Review, King's Inns, Henrietta Street, Dublin 1, Ireland.
- Length Limitations: Articles must be between 5,000 and 12,000 words (including footnotes) and should contain some reference to Irish and/or European Law. We will not publish longer articles except in extraordinary circumstances.
- Citation & General House Style: Submissions should conform to the OSCOLA Ireland standard. For further information and guidelines on its use please see the following: http://www.legalcitation.ie/page5/files/OSCOLA%20Ireland%202011.pdf
The King's Inns Student Law Review carefully considers all submissions that it receives. Our selection process is done through a student peer-review and a vote by the Editorial Board of the KISLR. There is no "best" time to submit a manuscript to the KISLR. All submissions received by the deadline will be considered in like manner. No correspondence (other than an acknowledgement of receipt) will be entered into before the close of submissions.
We notify authors of our decisions by email. We normally do not inform authors of the status of their submissions other than through email. As a matter of policy we do not discuss the reasons for our publication decisions.
We hope to respond within four weeks of the close of submissions, and to publish by October 2014.
Thank you for your interest in the Kings Inns Student Law Review.
Prize for Best Article
There will be a prize for the best article in Volume III of the King's Inns Student Law Review and the winning student will receive special mention for their excellence in the journal.