Focus and Scope
Tilburg Law Review promotes legal analysis of current societal problems arising at European and International levels, and aims to contribute to the search for sustainable solutions. The scope of the journal is purposefully broad in order to capture the latest developments in a wide range of issues at the intersection of International and European law. In order to make cutting edge research available to its readers, the TLR occasionally makes itself available as a platform for debate on an original or pressing issue. The Global Law Special Issue and the Statelessness Special Issue are examples thereof. Scholars with an interest in developing a particular theme within the context of the journal are encouraged to contact us with details of their suggested proposals at firstname.lastname@example.org
The journal is published online in volumes with two thematic issues twice per year.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. There is no embargo on the journal’s publications. Submission and acceptance dates, along with publication dates, are made available on the PDF format for each paper.
Authors of articles published remain the copyright holders and grant third parties the right to use, reproduce, and share the article according to the Creative Commons license agreement.
Authors are encouraged to publish their data in recommended repositories. For a list of generic and subject specific repositories that meet our peer review criteria, see here.
The journal’s publisher, Ubiquity Press, focuses on making content discoverable and accessible through indexing services. Content is also archived around the world to ensure long-term availability.
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Founded in 1991, Tilburg Law Review was one of the first student-run law journals in Europe, and continues to be run by (graduate) students of Tilburg Law School. As of its 20th anniversary, the journal is read on both sides of the Atlantic, and has the ambition of expanding its readership beyond. The journal benefits from the large international network and dynamic research environment within Tilburg Law School.