Erasmus Law Review

Aims and Scope

As was stated in the very first issue of the journal in 2007, the main idea of Erasmus Law Review is to provide and foster independent critical scholarship, relevant to the different disciplines of law. Erasmus Law Review does not only aim at stimulating cooperation among departments at Erasmus School of Law but also at establishing and strengthening connections beyond Rotterdam and beyond the Netherlands. As is also visible in the rich variety of expertise represented in our Editorial Board, among which international and European law, human rights, criminology, private law, corporate and financial law, criminal law and legal studies, we welcome articles from all legal fields. We are specifically interested in multidisciplinary and comparative legal research that addresses questions of relevance beyond one single national jurisdiction. 

The multidisciplinary and international focus of Erasmus Law Review has resulted in a rich variety of thematic issues that are well received. Moreover, Erasmus Law Review constantly renews its modus operandi: from a journal that has 4 thematic issues a year (for which particular articles are commissioned), we are now moving to 3 thematic issues and one open issue on submissions. The latter issue provides publication possibilities for cutting-edge manuscripts across the legal discipline, and other disciplines relevant to law. Moreover, by opening this issue to talented master students and PhD students, Erasmus Law Review aims to develop the academic community at the Erasmus School of Law.


ISSN: 2210-2671

Sign up for email alert

If you sign up for the free email alert from Erasmus Law Review, you will automatically receive a message when a new article is published on the website.