Call for Papers

The Trinity College Law Review: Call for Submissions

The Trinity College Law Review (TCLR) is Ireland's oldest and leading student law journal. The TCLR is now accepting submissions for Volume XXIV of the print edition and the TCLR Online, our online companion to the print edition. The Editorial Board accepts papers in English, French, German or Irish.

Publication in the Trinity College Law Review represents the culmination of valuable legal research and writing and is widely recognised as a significant achievement. We gladly accept articles and case notes from undergraduates, postgraduates and graduates, on all areas of law. Numerous prizes are available for successful authors: see our website for further details.

The submission deadline for Volume XXIV is 22nd January 2021 at 17:00. Submissions for publication in the TCLR Online will be accepted throughout the year.

Submission Guidelines:

English articles should be no longer than 10,000 words excluding footnotes. French, German and Irish articles should be no longer than 5,000 words. Case notes should be a maximum of 4,000 words. The Editorial Board may however consider longer scripts.

TCLR Online: papers should be no longer than 5,000 words excluding footnotes.

Authors are required to prepare their submissions in the OSCOLA style which can be found in the Authors' Guide. The Authors' Guide also contains a summary of all selection and editing procedures.

Papers should be submitted by email in .doc/.docx format to:

The e-mail should contain the author's name, year of study, course and contact details (e-mail, phone number and postal address) in the main body of the e-mail with the article attached. The selection process is entirely anonymous. Do not include any indications of your identity in your submission.

Access to the submission form can be found here

If you encounter issues with the submissions form, please email your submission to Please include your level of study, university, and submission title.

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