With permission, here is a recent email I received from the editors of the Hibernian Law Journal. You can contact the journal via email.
Established in 1999, the Hibernian Law Journal is a legal journal co-ordinated by trainee and qualified solicitors. Its multidisciplinary focus facilitates detailed argument and discussion on a wide range of topics such as e-commerce, environmental law, the European Convention on Human Rights, intellectual property, public private partnerships, criminal law, child law and financial services law. All legal topics of domestic, European and international law are considered provided that they are relevant in an Irish context.
The Editorial Committee is now accepting submissions for the 2013 edition. The Hibernian Law Journal offers an excellent opportunity for legal scholars to have their work published in an academic forum.
The following guidelines apply to submissions:
- Length should be between approximately 5,000 and 15,000 words.
- The article must not have been published elsewhere, although the article may be a thesis which is bound and catalogued in a university library.
- The topic should be thoroughly researched and footnoted.
- Articles may be on any legal topic of interest to the author.
- Articles are due by 31 October 2012 (although exceptions may be made in individual circumstances).