The ESLR encourages the submission of research and commentary from broad and diverse perspectives. It is the aim of the ESLR to include individuals, both in terms of the make-up of the Editorial Board and the content of the publication, from a variety of academic and personal backgrounds.
The Editorial Board will treat all submissions and applications for membership fairly and with respect. The ESLR does not discriminate on any ground other than academic merit.
We are committed to an open and inclusive review process. To ensure that peer reviewing is conducted fairly, we anonymise submissions before sending them to reviewers.
The ESLR particularly welcomes involvement from members of groups who may in the past have experienced barriers to participation in law or academia.
For further information, please contact the Editorial Board.