New Voices Prize 2021/22

Call For Papers New Voices Prize 2021/22   The EJLS is pleased to announce its New Voices Prize 2021/22. The €500 prize will be awarded to the author(s) of the best New Voices article included in issue 14(1) of the EJLS, due for publication in May 2022. New Voices articles are short-format contributions which offer […]

New Voices Prize 2020 Announced

EJLS is pleased to announce its New Voices Prize 2020. The €500 prize will be awarded to the author of the best New Voices article submitted by an early-career scholar by 31 December 2020. Early-career scholars are understood as LL.M., J.D., Ph.D. or equivalent (including J.S.D.) candidates, post-doctoral researchers, and other scholars who defended their […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

World Book Day 2018

Early Publication of Book Review by Raphaële Xenidis of Iyiola Solanke’s New Book ‘Discrimination as Stigma’ In celebration of World Book Day 2018 and as a sneak peek of our upcoming issue, EJLS is publishing a book review early. Raphaële Xenidis writes a thought-provoking and highly topical review of Iyiola Solanke’s new book ‘Discrimination as Stigma: […]

European Journal of Legal Studies ‘New Voices’ Prize 2017

The Winner of the First EJLS ‘New Voices’ Prize The EJLS Editorial Board is excited to announce the winner of the inaugural EJLS New Voices prize. The prize-winning New Voices article is ‘The Validity of Treaties Concluded under Coercion of the State: Sketching a TWAIL Critique’, written by Guilherme Del Negro, a Ph.D. candidate at […]

Collaboration with NoLesLaw and its First Annual Conference

On 25 and 26 January 2018, some members of EJLS participated at the First Annual Conference of NoLesLaw, which took place at iCourts in Copenhagen. The diverse contributions from scholars in law, political science and other disciplines made the event truly interdisciplinary and an all-round great success. On the first conference day, participants were challenged […]

Looking Back at the 10th Anniversary Conference of the European Journal of Legal Studies

60 Years of European Integration: Reflections from Young Legal Scholars On 16 November 2017 we celebrated the 10th anniversary of the EJLS with a conference organized around the theme ‘60 Years of European Integration: Reflections from Young Legal Scholars’. Many thanks to all the participants for making it such a successful event! We could not […]