Call for Papers

The Exeter Law Review is inviting submissions of scholarly articles for publication in Volume 45 (2019).

The Editors of the Review encourage submissions from students and scholars in all fields of law on any topic of interest to the legal community that have not been previously published. All submissions will be double-blind peer reviewed on the basis of quality and originality. As such, authors are required to blind their manuscripts adequately before submission to ensure the integrity of the double-blind peer review.

An open-access publication ( that also is available on HeinOnline, the Exeter Law Review has a distinguished history stemming from its original inception as the Bracton Law Journal in 1967. It is committed to the highest academic standards and to making a meaningful contribution to the legal community.

Faculty advisors are Professor Michael Schmitt of Exeter Law School and Mr. John Hursh, Editor-in-Chief of International Law Studies.


Essays submissions should be in the range of 5,000 to 7,000 words, while submissions for publication as an Article should be between 8,000 and 20,000. The Review uses the OSCOLA format and citation style. The deadline for submission is the 27th of June 2018. Submissions should be made to the Editor-in-Chief at

SUBMISSIONS is our spotlight online publication for shorter and more contemporary articles.

Word Count:

500-1000 words

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