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COMMON MARKET LAW REVIEW PRIZE FOR YOUNG ACADEMICS 2017
The Editorial Board is pleased to announce that in 2017 there will be a Common Market Law Review Prize for an article submitted by a young academic. There will be a monetary prize of 500 euros, and the winning article will be published in Common Market Law Review. Submissions for the 2017 prize must be on a subject related to Mutual Trust in EU law, taken in the broadest sense; this could be in relation to AFSJ, internal market, external relations etc. The Editorial Board will be looking for originality of thought, a significant contribution to existing scholarship, quality of analysis and research, and excellence in presentation.
In order to qualify as a young academic, authors should in principle be aged 30 or under. Authors over the age of 30 are eligible if it is less than 3 years since they completed their PhD. The maximum number of words is 10 000, including footnotes. The submission deadline is 15 September 2017 – submissions will not be considered before September 2017. Submissions should be sent to the Managing Editor at the usual email address:
Please indicate that this is a submission for the prize, and explain on which ground you come within the young academic category.