Theme for Pamfil’s printed issue 2018/19 is European union. Send us your papers till 15. February 2019.
With the upcoming elections to the European Parliament, we are cooperating with the European Parliament and their campaign This time I’m voting:
to present the significance and achievements of the EU,
to draw attention to existing problems and challenges, and
emphasize the importance of citizens' participation in decision-making.
All interested in writing an article related to the European topic are invited to submit their manuscripts to us by 15 February 2019.
For any questions about writing an article, we are available via our e-mail: email@example.com.
For publishing in Pamfil Law Review, carefully read the following instructions:
For each printed issue the editorial board selects a central legal theme and although it is recommended to write about the given subject, articles with different topics are also accepted.
The length of a manuscript has to be between three and five pages including footnotes but excluding the extract, summary and the list of references (sources).
Articles in Pamfil are published in Slovenian and English language.
The Pamfil Law Review advocates student writing and strives to shape discussion of important legal issues and relevant student matters. Founded in 1993, Pamfil is a law journal edited and published entirely by students at University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law.
Pamfil’s editorial board invites Erasmus students to seize the opportunity and present their thoughts on law as well as their stay at our Faculty.
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