EJLS Launches Online First

As part of our commitment to reduce the time it takes for academic discoveries to reach the research community, EJLS has decided to launch its new service, Online First. Online First are newly published academic articles yet to be assigned to a specific EJLS issue, allowing readers to access peer reviewed articles prior to the publication […]

EJLS Hosts Prize-Winner Talk at European University Institute

EJLS was delighted to host a talk by Laura Henderson, winner of the EJLS (Young Scholars) General Article Prize 2018/19, at the Law Department of the European University Institute (EUI) on Tuesday 12th November. Laura, who is currently a visiting fellow at the EUI, presented her prize-winning article ‘Deciding to Repeat Differently: Iterability and Decision in […]

The Brexit Negotiations and the May Government Special Issue

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-026-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Guest Editor’s Introduction The Brexit Negotiations and the May Government By: Federico Fabbrini Download pdf   General Articles The Negotiations: Hampered by the UK’s Weak Strategy By: Emily Jones Brexit negotiations were always going to be incredibly tough given the complexity of issues and the deep political divides among […]

EJLS (Young Scholars) General Article Prize 2018/19 Winner Announced!

We are delighted to announce that Laura Henderson (Utrecht University) has been awarded the EJLS (Young Scholars) General Articles Prize 2018/19 for her article ‘Deciding to Repeat Differently: Iterability and Decision in Judicial Decision-Making’ (Volume 11, Issue 1). The prize-winning article can be read here. The selection committee was composed of faculty members from the Department […]

Spring 2019 – Volume 11 – Issue 2

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-025-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial From Inclusivity to Diversity: Lessons Learned from the EJLS’ Peer Review Process By: Olga Ceran and Anna Krisztián Download pdf   New Voices Freedom of Panorama: The EU Experience By: Anna Shtefan Freedom of panorama allows creating and using images of works which are permanently located in public places […]

Network of Legal Empirical Scholars (NoLesLaw) Special Issue

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-024-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial A Method of (Free) Choice By: Urška Šadl Download pdf   General Articles Philosophical Questions at the Empirical Turn By: Jakob v. H. Holtermann Adopting a meta-perspective, this introductory contribution focuses on the ongoing empirical turn in legal scholarship as such. A recurrent issue of controversy and […]

Autumn 2018 – Volume 11 – Issue 1

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-023-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial Changing Times By: Anna Krisztián Download pdf   General Articles Current Practices with Regard to the Interpretation of Multilingual EU Law: How to Deal with Diverging Language Versions? By: Stefaan van der Jeught European Union (EU) law is equally authentic in 24 language versions. While this multilingualism […]

10th Anniversary Conference Special Issue

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-022-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial No Journey is a Straight Path By: Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi Download pdf   Conference Articles Multilingual EU Law: A New Way of Thinking By: Lucie Pacho Aljanati This study addresses an essential characteristic of the EU legal order: its legislation is multilingual and equally authentic in all language versions. […]

EJLS Young Scholars Prizes 2018/2019

EJLS is happy to announce two young scholar prizes for the academic year 2018/2019. We are continuing the tradition of the annual ‘EJLS New Voices Prize’ (€300) and introducing a new prize for the best ‘EJLS (Young Scholars) General Article’ (€300). All articles by young scholars accepted for publishing with EJLS in Autumn 2018 and Spring 2019 Issues are […]

Spring 2018 – Volume 10 – Issue 2

Catalogue no.: QM-AZ-19-021-EN-N Download full issue pdf   Editorial Talking About My Generation By: Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi Download pdf   General Articles Two Types of Legal Uncertainty By: Orlin Yalnazov Law-and-economics scholars analyse legal uncertainty as a choice between rules and standards. In doing this, they focus on individual laws that regulate and sanction conduct, or what […]